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chazzed said:

The DoJ won't share their reasoning for not prosecuting trumputin for obstruction of justice:

https://www.citizensforethics.org/doj-non-prosecution-memo/
Because there was no obstruction of justice.
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Jim Comey, it's only a matter of time.
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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/05/us/politics/sally-yates-flynn-investigation.html
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Apparently the Director of National Intelligence gave a briefing on the Hill which said that Russia is actively engaged to efforts to disparage Biden. What makes this more incredible is that everybody knew what they were going to do and warned Captain Catastrophe that this was coming and still he has not addressed Russian interference in the election with Putin. He has not warned Russia that their interference would not be tolerated. The Russian's are using social media to tear down a U.S. candidate for POTUS. The incompetence of Captain Catastrophe is just absolutely astounding. This time Russian interference could cause a backlash and cause more people to get out and vote causing wide margins in favor of the Dems.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/07/politics/us-intelligence-russia-election-interference-biden/index.html
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BearNIt said:

Apparently the Director of National Intelligence gave a briefing on the Hill which said that Russia is actively engaged to efforts to disparage Biden. What makes this more incredible is that everybody knew what they were going to do and warned Captain Catastrophe that this was coming and still he has not addressed Russian interference in the election with Putin. He has not warned Russia that their interference would not be tolerated. The Russian's are using social media to tear down a U.S. candidate for POTUS. The incompetence of Captain Catastrophe is just absolutely astounding. This time Russian interference could cause a backlash and cause more people to get out and vote causing wide margins in favor of the Dems.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/07/politics/us-intelligence-russia-election-interference-biden/index.html

Why would he do something about anything that helps him? He has broad support from Republican senators to permit foreign interference in the election that helps him (and them). Rest assured, he wouldn't take kindly to any election interference that would damage his chances.
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Putin after the 2020 Election:

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Now, it seems like so long ago, but I remember a time when Republicans weren't quite so pro-Russia.
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You know it's bad when, relatively speaking...

Nixon seems principled.
George W. Bush seems like a statesman.
Reagan seems competent and compassionate.
George H.W. Bush seems like he was a good President.

Notice that I said "relatively speaking" and "seems".
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The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
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Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.

It is exactly what we thought happened and was likely the reason Roger Stone was pardoned as Stone had enough information to sink the Idiot in Chief. The only question I have is does the pardoning of Roger Stone constitute criminal activity as the Idiot in Chief used the pardon to avoid further investigation into Russia, Trump, and the 2016 election? Due to the White House's efforts to obstruct the discovery of factual evidence can the pardon of Roger Stone be overturned?
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Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.

Let's just wait for helltopay and barelyamazing to clear this all up.

No, they won't have any actual evidence unlike this Senate Report and Mueller Report that are bipartisan, final filed reports that cite all evidence and use actual national intelligence, sworn testimony, and cross-referencing. What they will have is conjecture. Opinion from their "trusted sources" with promises of the forthcoming Durham Report that will blow our minds (oh, it probably will in its audacious lawless effort at a last minute misinformation Hail Mary to throw the election).

So, time and time again actual legal processes show the presidential campaign lied and coordinated with and used Russian intelligence; had the motive of winning an election, financial gain through known business dealings, forgiveness of debt, covering previous criminal activity, and highly likely use of blackmail/kompromat; and has used right wing and social media for the purposes of propaganda and gaslighting aimed at creating confusion around the facts of their actions and sowing divide and mistrust in American electorate.

But let's ignore all of that.

The truth is that the man who lies all the time and has every incentive to keep lying to be re-elected, continue to profit, cover up crimes, and do his master Putin's bidding is the one to believe. And the posters who write like the Unabomber in inward spiraling diatribes are the rational ones, not the coherent and ethical. No, the people who make sense and have a problem with the destruction of the Republic suffer from TDS.

I eagerly await ignoring their soon-to-come, run-on sentence laden, ellipses strewn, grammatically regressive, misspelled rants of irrational cultism.
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We're going to need one hell of a large Truth & Reconciliation Committee once Trump is ousted.
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Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
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NYCGOBEARS said:

We're going to need one hell of a large Truth & Reconciliation Committee once Trump is ousted.
I'm more worried about the Truth and Mental Reconditioning Committee after Trump is safely in office for another term life.
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Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.

You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
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This latest report cannot be accurately interpreted until it has passed through the human Cuisinarts known as Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.
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But anarchistbear told me it was a conspiracy theory. Sheesh. If you can't rely on anarchists for accurate information who can you rely on?
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bearister said:

This latest report cannot be accurately interpreted until it has passed through the human Cuisinarts known as Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.
There will be no strong self-assured opinions from Trumpers for at least 24 hours until they are told the counter narrative to believe, which they will then spout as their own with 100% conviction.
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dajo9 said:

But anarchistbear told me it was a conspiracy theory. Sheesh. If you can't rely on anarchists for accurate information who can you rely on?
It's both a Liberal conspiracy and obsession, because having your election interfered with and having your president elected through conspiring with your enemy is clearly no big deal and not true even when proven beyond any reasonable doubt.

And all of this is, of course, exactly how any patriot would want the country to be run and what so many American soldiers gave their life for. Who wants a free and fair election where criminals are not put in place? And trust me, if Hillary were president it would be so much worse...right?
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NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.

You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
It would be difficult for the Idiot in Chief to dispute a report that indicated that he was in contact with Stone who was in contact with Wikileaks and say that he couldn't remember talking to Roger Stone about foreign help in 2016 when the Idiot in Chief just got done touting what a memory he had based on the memory test that he took. It might be called a lie. Andrew Weissman basically called the written answers concerning the contact between the Idiot in Chief and Stone that were provided to the Special Counsel a lie.
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dajo9 said:

But anarchistbear told me it was a conspiracy theory. Sheesh. If you can't rely on anarchists for accurate information who can you rely on?


How QAnon works like a video game to hook people - Axios


https://www.axios.com/qanon-video-game-cbbacb1e-969c-4f07-93cd-69e41bc6feeb.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axiosam&stream=top



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NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
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Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.


DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
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dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
Unfortunately for you, it wasn't. I've shown you this multiple times. You can't show it because it doesn't exist.
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Matthew Patel said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
Unfortunately for you, it wasn't. I've shown you this multiple times. You can't show it because it doesn't exist.


You make claims about the reports that are not backed up by what the reports say. Then you wonder why people here question your credibility and motives.
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It is not only inherently unbelievable, it flies in the face of logic and reason that tRump would have participated in any capacity in the selling out of his country for personal gain.
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dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
Unfortunately for you, it wasn't. I've shown you this multiple times. You can't show it because it doesn't exist.


You make claims about the reports that are not backed up by what the reports say. Then you wonder why people here question your credibility and motives.
I guess Reuters is fake news now too?

Quote:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia used Republican political operative Paul Manafort and the WikiLeaks website to try to help now-U.S. President Donald Trump win the 2016 election, a Republican-led Senate committee said in its final review of the matter on Tuesday.

WikiLeaks played a key role in Russia's effort to assist Republican Trump's campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton and likely knew it was helping Russian intelligence, said the 966-page report, which is likely to be the most definitive public account of the 2016 election controversy.

The report found President Vladimir Putin personally directed the Russian efforts to hack computer networks and accounts affiliated with the Democratic Party and leak information damaging to Clinton.
Asked about the report at an event in Yuma, Arizona, Trump said: "I don't know anything about it. I didn't read it."

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Unit2Sucks said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
Unfortunately for you, it wasn't. I've shown you this multiple times. You can't show it because it doesn't exist.


You make claims about the reports that are not backed up by what the reports say. Then you wonder why people here question your credibility and motives.
I guess Reuters is fake news now too?

Quote:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia used Republican political operative Paul Manafort and the WikiLeaks website to try to help now-U.S. President Donald Trump win the 2016 election, a Republican-led Senate committee said in its final review of the matter on Tuesday.

WikiLeaks played a key role in Russia's effort to assist Republican Trump's campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton and likely knew it was helping Russian intelligence, said the 966-page report, which is likely to be the most definitive public account of the 2016 election controversy.

The report found President Vladimir Putin personally directed the Russian efforts to hack computer networks and accounts affiliated with the Democratic Party and leak information damaging to Clinton.
Asked about the report at an event in Yuma, Arizona, Trump said: "I don't know anything about it. I didn't read it."

Paul Manafort is in prison for it.

There is no new news on Russiagate. Collusion was not there. Russia did what Russia was always going to do, regardless of the happiness it gave Trump and his operatives, many of whom are in jail.

You keep pretending that some new information has come out when it's just regurgitated old information.
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Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

dajo9 said:

Matthew Patel said:

NYCGOBEARS said:

Matthew Patel said:

Unit2Sucks said:

The senate released it's 5th and final bipartisan report on Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Among many other things, it provides further support that Trump lied in his written answers to Mueller. Of course, Republicans will distance themselves from the report because it doesn't exonerate Trump or his associates - far from it or gaslight that the report does exonerate Trump and his associates.

This is a 1,000 page report so a lot will be coming out about this in the next few days.

Some highlights from Axios:

Manafort: "Taken as a whole, Manafort's high level access and willingness to share information with individuals closely affiliated with the Russian intelligence services, particularly Kilimnik and associates of Oleg Deripaska, represented a grave counterintelligence threat," the committee wrote.

Roger Stone/WikiLeaks: The committee found that then-candidate Trump and senior campaign officials attempted to obtain advance information about WikiLeaks' release of damaging emails from Roger Stone, who they believed had inside information. It also assessed that Trump spoke with Stone about WikiLeaks on "multiple occasions," despite the fact that the president said he did not recall doing so in written answers to special counsel Robert Mueller.

Michael Cohen/Russia business deal: The report found that by the end of 2015, Trump's former personal lawyer had "reached out to the Kremlin directly to solicit the Russian government's assistance" about building a Trump Tower in Moscow.
It continues to amaze how hard you all still cling to Russiagate.
You call reacting to a bipartisan, GOP led investigative report that basically confirms criminal behavior by the Trump Administration "clinging"? Got it. You have zero credibility, even as a troll.
The criminals were found guilty. Were you expecting the non-criminals to be found guilty as well? If so, that's your problem.
DOJ policy is that the President can't be indicted. Mueller followed that policy. So, the question of Trump crimes is unanswered. The question of Trump campaign collusion with Russia has been answered and it happened.
Unfortunately for you, it wasn't. I've shown you this multiple times. You can't show it because it doesn't exist.


You make claims about the reports that are not backed up by what the reports say. Then you wonder why people here question your credibility and motives.
I guess Reuters is fake news now too?

Quote:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia used Republican political operative Paul Manafort and the WikiLeaks website to try to help now-U.S. President Donald Trump win the 2016 election, a Republican-led Senate committee said in its final review of the matter on Tuesday.

WikiLeaks played a key role in Russia's effort to assist Republican Trump's campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton and likely knew it was helping Russian intelligence, said the 966-page report, which is likely to be the most definitive public account of the 2016 election controversy.

The report found President Vladimir Putin personally directed the Russian efforts to hack computer networks and accounts affiliated with the Democratic Party and leak information damaging to Clinton.
Asked about the report at an event in Yuma, Arizona, Trump said: "I don't know anything about it. I didn't read it."

Paul Manafort is in prison for it.

There is no new news on Russiagate. Collusion was not there. Russia did what Russia was always going to do, regardless of the happiness it gave Trump and his operatives, many of whom are in jail.

You keep pretending that some new information has come out when it's just regurgitated old information.


It must be new to you. You were denying Roger Stone was connected to WikiLeaks just weeks ago.
An old white dude
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bearister said:

It is not only inherently unbelievable, it flies in the face of logic and reason that tRump would have participated in any capacity in the selling out of his country for personal gain. /S
fixed for you, again B,, #1 BS'r who can't be bothered replying (specifically) to whomsoever they're replying to.
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