A recent study found that the United States is an oligarchy, with the interests of the majority failing to affect policy change, due to large political donors sponsoring those in power to pass policy to the benefit of private interests. It is in this ill state of affairs that people like Trump are allowed to avoid prosecution despite those around him obviously being guilty of covering for his crimes, and Trump himself being directly responsible for obstruction of justice. Mueller was limited to charging Michael Flynn, Roger Stone, Rick Gates, George Papadopoulos, Alex van der Zwaan for lying to investigators, and Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort for lying as well as financial crimes. Now that the Mueller report is over it is clear from all those prosecuted around Trump that he is at least operating in a corrupt environment, and most like involved in corruption directly.
In this atmosphere of systemic corruption Cohen has even pointed out that the Trump administration may be planning to bypass democracy altogether in the 2020 elections, in order to hold on to power. This, coming from someone so close to Trump, really displays his clear disingenuous intentions regarding law and democracy, and points to how bad the state of endemic corruption has become in the United States. These damning findings may take a new government to properly go through, especially considering the amount of additional redacted evidence, in order to fairly prosecute obstruction of justice, and to hopefully set up a future more effective oversight procedure for the presidential office.