That's almost a year old Roxas, things have changed. Mueller is looking at finances long before the campaign.
A lot of people have business with Russia, if Mueller had campaign collusion he would have dropped it by now. Muller's big reveal is 13 Russians who made a meme factory, I'm somewhat confident at this point that he's just dragging this out till midterms
Yes, that article is a year old, and yet it still holds true, so nothing has actually changed. Mueller looking at finances before the campaign is well within his authority, and that is not the least bit wrong. Read the article this time, and you'll see where it mentions that.
He hasn't just indicted those thirteen Russians. Have you forgotten about Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos, Richard Gates (Who pled guilty), and Paul Manafort?
If this does take until the midterms, I see no reason to believe he's purposefully dragging this out. This seems more like he's going after small fry and working his way up to the top, because if he did just drop evidence of collusion that hit straight at the top without establishing a precedence from the other people, would you honestly believe him right now?
There's very likely financial corruption that leaves Trump beholden to Russian oligarchs, but such things are so pervasive throughout politics that it's pointless to even try to nail him for it. Sure, it's bad, but he's just a figurehead for the country, and the true problem lies in congress doing such things.
I just want this investigation to end already. It's not going to get anything productive done unless something legitimately huge is discovered.
The GOP's desperation to end this investigation through their own rather half-assed investigations seems like they are afraid that something huge will be discovered. If Trump is beholden to Russian oligarchs, then even if the problem lies in Congress, that doesn't mean Trump cannot also be dealt with as well.