If Cal Thomas wants to drink President Donald Trump’s Kool-Aid, then that’s his right. He doesn’t have the right to change the facts, as he does in his June 5 column (“Upside-down justice from Robert Mueller”).

The Mueller investigation was about Russian interference in the 2016 election (yes, there was) and if anyone in the Trump campaign knew or aided that interference (yes, they did).

The drumbeat of “no collusion!” doesn’t even begin to be truthful about the mission of Mueller or his findings, especially in light of the limitations the Department of Justice had placed on Mueller (no indictment of a sitting president).

There are numerous grounds for opening articles of impeachment against Trump, such as the issue of the emoluments clause, the accusations of numerous civil and criminal complaints against him, and the endless obstruction charges — not the least of which is Trump instructing informants to break the law by ignoring subpoenas.

Thomas can certainly have his own opinion, but he’s not entitled to his own facts.

Charles Gordon