I don't see this as even a question. Neither impeachment trial had any articles pertaining to Mueller's findings. He could certainly be prosecuted at this time. I also don't think that even if his impeachment were related to these findings it would attach any sort of legal jeopardy. The function of criminal prosecution and impeachment are separate especially considering the DOJ policy (? legal ambiguity) of not charging a sitting President. But at least I could see something worth pursuing in court. As it stands, Barr seems to have committed obstruction of justice in order to prevent even impeachment as a consequence for Trump's obstruction findings. No way he is legally in the clear here.Thats what Im curious about.