Sunday, February 18, 2018

Collusion/Conspiracy Takes Two -- When Will Mueller Indict Likely Co-conspirators Hillary, DNC, FBI & Friends?

THE REAL NEWS ABOUT MUELLER'S RUSSIAN INDICTMENTS. The most interesting fact about these indictments is that all the defendants are in Russia and will most certainly not be extradited to the United States to stand trial. Special counsel Robert Mueller knows that, so he is getting bigtime mainstream media coverage for indictments that will lead nowhere, unless he decides to try them in absentia, which is not generally a good idea because they look a lot like one-sided show trials. • • • THE INDICTMENT FACTS. A federal grand jury in the District of Columbia on Friday indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of interfering in US elections. They are accused of having a “strategic goal to sow discord in the US political system, including the 2016 presidential election.” They are also accused of spreading derogatory information about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, denigrating Republican candidates Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio -- and supporting Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and then-Republican candidate Donald Trump -- BUT at least half of the ads are pro-Hillary. And Russia AND FACEBOOK claim half of their paid ads ran after the election and 25% never ran at all. The indictment says the defendants spread derogatory information about various candidates throughout the 2016 campaign and by “early to mid-2016” were supporting Trump’s presidential campaign.The indictment accuses the defendants of purchasing political advertisements on social media in the names of US persons and entities, and it also accuses them of staging political rallies inside the United States while posing as US grassroots groups. The indictment charges the defendants with conspiracy to defraud the United States, three defendants with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud and five defendants with aggravated identity theft. The indictment states : "Defendants conspired to obstruct the lawful functions of the United States government through fraud and deceit, including by making expenditures in connection with the 2016 US presidential election without proper regulatory disclosure." [OMG --this could put the Russians in the same category as disgraced FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe !] The budget of the disinformation activities of the Russian intelligence is tiny -- several million dollars. For comparison, to seriously affect the election of just one congressman in an uncharted rural district in New Jersey, you need to spend five to ten times more. Also, the Russian internet trolls illegally used the stolen Social Security numbers and the dates of birth of real American citizens to open bank accounts and PayPal accounts and organize political rallies in the United States (as an example, Rosenstein said in his announcement that two rallies were held in New York City on the same day, one pro-Trump and one pro-Hillary). • That's it. Neither Trump nor his staff, as expected, is tarnished. On the election results, the activity of the trolls did not affect the outcome of the election, according to Rosenstein -- how could it with the laughable penetration of the entire US political advertising market of 0.001%? • The three entities charged are Internet Research Agency LLC, Concord Management and Consulting LLC and Concord Catering. The 13 Russians charged are : Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin; Mikhail Ivanovich Bystrov; Mikhail Leonidovich Burchik; Aleksandra Yuryevna Krylova; Anna Vladislavovna Bogacheva; Sergey Pavlovich Polozov; Maria Anatolyrvna Bovda; Robert Sergetevich Bovda; Dzheykhun Nasimi Ogly; Vadim Vladimirovich Podkopaev; Gleb Igorevich Vasilchenko; Irina Viktorovna Kaverzina and Vladimir Venkov. • Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein held a press conference on friday to announce the news of the indictment as if to suggest that the Progressive obsession with election meddling by Russia has somehow been justified. The New Yorker went so far as to use a headline that read "The End of Trump's 'Hoax' Myth." • Some of the 13 Russians who obtained a tourist visa to the United States provided false information about their employment and the purpose of their visit. If this allegation is proven in court, they will be banned from entering the US forever -- BUT, it was the Obama-Kerry State Department that approved the visas for the Russian operatives to travel the US in 2014 through 2016 and attempt to interfere with the US election process. And, the FBI under the direction of Obama did not act at all in this matter, although the organized activity of Russians on the English-speaking internet had been known since 2015. • Rosenstein noted during his remarks that the Russians had posted 176,000 tweets in ten weeks, and that 50,258 accounts had been created and tweeted a million times. The tweets presumably were slanted with anti-Hillary bias, it seems, because Rosentein said the "interference" began during the nomination season, and the Russians preferred Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump. American Thinker put the "tweet" charge into perspective : "There are 500 million tweets on average generated every day on Twitter. If the total number of Russian tweets were concentrated on one day, that would still come to only 0.00352% of all the tweets on that day. If it were one million tweets over a five-month period, that would come to 0.0000235% of all tweets over that period." Impact?? Not likely. • Rosenstein also told us that the massive Russian interference generated 129 real-world events that drew 340,000 Facebook users. Again, American Thinker points out the insignificance of this : "If we look at the number of mobile active Facebook users for December 2016, we see that there were 1.74 billion. Thus, the Russians commandeered 0.000195402% of the Facebook users for that one month. The figures are so ludicrous that one can only wonder why the Russians ever believed that they could have a significant impact." AND, in order to come up with these miniscule charges, the Mueller investigation spent $6.7 million of US taxpayer money during his first 4.5 months. • • • WASHINGTON REACTS TO THE INDICTMENTS. Washington Swamp Creatures have used almost all their political capital in trumpeting the story of Trump's criminal conspiracy with Vladimir Putin. Their lapdog MSM propagandists and the Deep State leaders of the American intelligence agencies joined them. They secured, with the key help of former FBI director James Comey and his Columbia law professor friend, the appointment of special counsel Mueller to hold Trump "accountable." Mueller's investigation was to be the righteous sword that would end President Trump's unacceptable stay in the White House. • The result, as we Deplorables expected, was that Mueller has fallen on the sword himself. His investigation seems now to be fast-forwarding to a fully vindicated Trump. So, the indictment of the Russians was organized to make them the scapegoats for a monumental ProgDem Deep State political error. Political opposition is legal in America, but the delegitimization of a legally elected President is not. Robert Mueller will finish his investigation as a Lilliputian, victorious but tiny, without the Trump scalp he sought. The word "impeachment" will probably disappear from the lips of all Washington Swamp Creatures, with the exception of Representative Maxine Waters, whose lips will go on saying the word as long as a TV camera is present. • Democrat leaders in Congress argued that the indictments provided clear evidence of the Russian government's use of an aggressive social media campaign to sway US voters to back Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton, though they made no mention of the pittance Russia put into its "campaign." House Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said details in Mueller’s indictment directly refute Trump’s assertion that Russia neither meddled in the election nor aided his successful campaign : “As desperately as President Trump insists that the Special Counsel investigation is a ‘hoax,' these latest indictments build on multiple guilty pleas and indictments of several Trump campaign officials, demonstrating the gravity of the Trump-Russia scandal.” [Watch for this to hamper Pelosi's continued House minority leadership position.] Representative Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee that is probing Russian meddling, agreed with Pelosi : “The indictment reaffirms what our Intelligence Community concluded, what our Committee's investigation has borne out, and what President Trump denies : that Russia interfered in our election in an effort to assist his presidential campaign and harm Hillary Clinton’s campaign." Schiff, Swamp Creature par excellence, added that whether or not Mueller determines that President Trump's collusion reaches the level of being a crime beyond a reasonable doubt, there was sufficient collusion to warrant Trump's being called "unpatriotic" or "immoral." Democrat Senator Mark Warner, vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee that is also probing Russia, called the indictment vindication for his panel’s work : “With this indictment, the Special Counsel and his team have taken an important step to hold Russia accountable." Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer called on Trump to implement sanctions against Russia that have already cleared Congress. Trump has delayed acting on those sanctions, which came in response to Moscow’s election interference : “The indictments are also a reminder that Russia will continue to try to interfere in our Democracy. The administration needs to be far more vigilant in protecting the 2018 elections, and alert the American public any time the Russians attempt to interfere." • Republican reaction was more tempered, making no mention of either Trump or Hillary. House Speaker Paul Ryan said : "We have known that Russians meddled in the election, but these indictments detail the extent of the subterfuge. These Russians engaged in a sinister and systematic attack on our political system. It was a conspiracy to subvert the process, and take aim at democracy itself. Today’s announcement underscores why we need to follow the facts and work to protect the integrity of future elections.” In a tweet, GOP Representative Kevin Yoder reaffirmed his confidence in Mueller, saying he’s convinced the former FBI director will do a “strong job” in getting to the bottom of the Russian interference : “Today, [Mueller] sent an important message to the Russians that those responsible for attempted interference in our elections will be brought to justice.” Yoder is whistling in the dark. • • • PRESIDENT TRUMP'S REACTIONS. The indictment said that the objective of the Russians was to back Trump's campaign and harm Clinton’s. BUT, the indictment also says that some of the Russians posed as US people and communicated with “unwitting individuals associated with the Trump Campaign and with other political activists to seek to coordinate political activities.” Rosenstein noted in his announcement that there is no allegation in the indictment that Americans had any knowledge of the operation. • AND, the indictment does not charge that Russians colluded or conspired with Donald Trump or the Trump campaign or that Russia affected the results of the election. The indictment does charge that Russia started its campaign in 2014, before Trump announced, so that its intent to interfere was not focused on any particular candidate. • President Trump on Friday stated that the indictment shows that his campaign “did nothing wrong” and prove there was “no collusion” with Russia. Trump tweeted : “Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President. The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong -- no collusion!” • White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the President "has been fully briefed on this matter and is glad to see the special counsel’s investigation further indicates -- that there was NO COLLUSION between the Trump campaign and Russia and that the outcome of the election was not changed or affected." Federal investigators have not reached a conclusion about whether Russian meddling impacted the result of the election. • President Trump released his own White House statement, in which Trump said it is time "to come together as Americans. It’s time we stop the outlandish partisan attacks, wild and false allegations, and far-fetched theories, which only serve to further the agendas of bad actors, like Russia, and do nothing to protect the principles of our institutions. We must unite as Americans to protect the integrity of our democracy and our elections.” • • • WHERE ARE WE IN THE MUELLER PROBE LIFELINE? After 16 months of investigation and 18 months of the FBI and Obama administration spying on Donald Trump, his family, his business, his campaign, his transition team and his administration -- special counsel Robert Mueller dropped an absolute goose egg in announcing charges against Russian operatives who tried to influence and destabilize the US election process. • Mueller has apparently not yet looked at -- or at least not decided what to do about -- Saudi donations to Hillary Clinton, Clinton campaign collusion with Russia, the “hacked” DNC servers, or tried to talk to Julian Assange about what he may know concerning the origin of the emails leaked by Wikileaks. • Mueller has also given no indication that he is investigating either Hillary or British ex-MI6 spy Christopher Steele for aiding the Russians in their interference against the Trump campaign by paying for and circulating the Steele Russia Dossier, including to the FBI that used the Dossier to illegally obtain electronic surveillance warrants against Carter Page, a Trump campaign volunteer. Hillary paid foreign agent Christopher Steele to compile an "unverified and salacious" document, based on paid Russian informants, and information from Hillary's dirty tricksters, Blumenthal and Shearer, to damage Trump, and Hillary also paid Steele to submit the "salacious and unverified" dossier to the FBI to be used to get warrants to spy on Trump. There is no question that Steele, a former British MI6 agent, worked to interfere with the 2016 election to damage Trump and help Hillary. Was Steele, with contacts with Russian informants and reliance on Russian informants, acting as a foreign agent? If so, did Steele register as a foreign agent? Was Steele acting on behalf of Russia in addition to acting on behalf of Hillary? These are questions that a special counsel should be investigating. • American Thinker points out that Steele was acting on behalf of Russia within the meaning of the Foreign Agent Registration Act, 28 USC 61. Steele was, states American Thinker : "also acting on behalf of Hillary. Further, if Russia went to the extent alleged by Mueller and the Democrats to interfere with the 2016 election, it is reasonable to assume that Steele was used by Russia as part of its interference. Steele's interference is more serious because it also involved Hillary and the DNC. Hillary paid Steele, which makes her a co-conspirator with Steele. The Steele report, paid for by Hillary, also relies on Russian informants, which means that Hillary and Steele conspired with paid Russian agents to interfere with the election to help Hillary and damage Trump. This indictment raises the obvious question of why Mueller has not indicted Christopher Steele, who is involved in carrying out political activities in the USA, and why Mueller has not indicted those who assisted Steele, such as Hillary, the DNC, Blumenthal, Shearer, and others. A real prosecutor can make a persuasive argument that Steele's association with Russian informants makes him a foreign agent." American Thinker quotes 18 USC 2, one of the statutes in the indictment : (a) Whoever commits an offense against the United States or aids, abets, counsels, commands, induces or procures its commission, is punishable as a principal." Do we hear Hillary in that?? • • • WHAT DID THE OBAMA TEAM DO TO KEEP THEIR INVESTIGATINON OF HIM FROM TRUMP? Hillary paid Steele to assemble a "salacious and unverified" dossier, with help from Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer, and paid Russian informants. Mueller should have, or must soon, indict them, too. • American Thinker's Thomas Lifson wrote on Sunday that the Facebook VP of advertising Rob Goldman has tweeted that Russian ads couldn't have affected election, because most came after the vote occurred. But, that did not stop the perjured Obama head of the CIA John Brennan from claiming that the Russians -- who were not stopped by Brennan’s CIA from starting their mission to sow chaos in the election starting in 2014, according to the just released Mueller indictments -- did indeed influence the election, and maybe hand the presidency to Donald Trump, making his term illegitimate : "DOJ statement and indictments reveal the extent and motivations of Russian interference in 2016 election. Claims of a 'hoax' in tatters. My take : Implausible that Russian actions did not influence the views and votes of at least some Americans.— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) February 16, 2018." Brennan has plenty of questions about his own involvement in the use of the Fake Steele Russia Dossier to spy on the Trump campaign. Lifson says : "An implicit rebuke of the ex top spy came from an unexpected source, Rob Goldman, Facebook’s VP of advertising : 'Very excited to see the Mueller indictment today. We shared Russian ads with Congress, Mueller and the American people to help the public understand how the Russians abused our system. Still, there are keys facts about the Russian actions that are still not well understood.' " • Former national security advisor General Michael Flynn's guilty plea was likely to be set aside, even before the indictments announced yesterday, but Deputy AG Rosenstein made it implicitly official when he said during his announcement : "There is no allegation in this indictment that any American had any allegation in the indictment of any effect on the outcome of the election." Rosenstein's imprimatur on General Flynn's innocence came, suspiciously, on a Friday afternoon ahead of a federal 3-day weekend -- a tried and true tactic for 'hiding' negative government news. • Lifson asked : "Why indict Russians, whom you can never bring to justice because there is no extradition treaty between the United States and Russia?" His answer is that : "The crimes alleged and the people indicted are immaterial to it all. In fact, it's better for Mueller that none of those charged will ever see a day in court. Fake identities on Facebook and Twitter and organizing rallies (mostly for Trump but also for Hillary) are not Earth-shattering crimes, and fake Facebook and Twitter accounts are not exactly rare. It's not as if Russia hasn't always meddled in our elections. Didn't Barack Obama try to meddle in Israel's election a few years ago? Maybe Mueller should indict him -- or maybe the Israelis should. Oh, and let's not forget : they also spent $100,000 on political advertising on Facebook and Twitter. Please, give me a break -- a hundred grand? The coffee budget for the Clinton campaign was probably a lot more than that. Are we supposed to believe that a hundred grand tipped a multibillion-dollar election? Maybe Mueller should have indicted every American who has ever used a fake identity on Facebook and Twitter for political purposes. Maybe Mueller should mobilize the Army and arrest everyone wearing a mask to hide his identity at an Antifa rally, done for political purposes and to raise money anonymously." • So -- why now, why Russians? Lifson says it's because Mueller needed Russians to "give the media a basis to argue that the investigation is not the "witch hunt" it has increasingly been looking like, and...he is about to lose his prize : Flynn's guilty plea : Mueller's no dope; he knows that his Flynn guilty plea is going to fly away. After all, who would know better that if he can't withhold or redact, he has no case? He is also aware that without Flynn's guilty plea and without these new indictments seeming to be more than they are but also bounteous in nature, his entire investigation will fold like the house of cards it is. Lies and innuendo can get you only so far." • Mueller has been investigating meaningless, insignificant crimes to shore up a meaningless, insignificant investigation. American Thinker's Clarice Feldman quoted Power Line blog notes on the indictment : "But when all the details are added up a much murkier picture emerges. First, the effort apparently began taking shape as early as May 2014 (and perhaps as early as 2013), an entire year before Trump became a candidate. Then, as they got underway during the primary season, the indictment says (p. 17) that 'They engaged in operations primarily intended to communicate derogatory information about Hillary Clinton, to denigrate other candidates such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, and to support Bernie Sanders and then-candidate Donald Trump,' and instructions to their online 'specialists' to 'use any opportunity to criticize Hillary and the rest (except Sanders and Trump -- we support them).' It didn't take any kind of special intelligence to perceive that Sanders and Trump represented the two most disruptive candidates in the field. Just think of how the political establishments of both parties would have regarded a Sanders-Trump general election in 2016. Third, the Russian operation organized and promoted numerous pro-Trump rallies, but also attempted to manipulate anti-Trump groups and organize anti-Trump events, especially after the election. On p. 23, for example: 'At the same time, Defendants and their co-conspirators, through another ORGANIZATION-controlled group, organized a rally in New York called 'Trump is NOT my President' held on or about November 12, 2016. Similarly, Defendants and their co-conspirators organized a rally entitled 'Charlotte Against Trump' in Charlotte, North Carolina, held on or about November 19, 2016.' This is all classic disinformation and grassroots manipulation tradecraft going back to the Soviet era, when we know the Soviets worked diligently and spent lavishly to gin up anti-nuclear grassroots groups in the West, but also manipulated anti-Communist groups behind the Iron Curtain, the better to be able to sow chaos among its enemies. So let's restate the likely explanations. Why did the Russians do this? Because they could. It was useful for them to discover how much they could infiltrate the political process in the U.S., and above all to sow chaos. Actually favoring a Trump victory over Hillary makes little sense on substance, because most of Trump's foreign policy positions -- cheaper energy, expanded defense spending by us and NATO, more missile defense -- are averse to Russian interests. But an election result that leaves chaos in its wake works perfectly well whether Hillary had won or Trump." • Feldman also notes that her "online friend 'daddy' posts, 'I wonder if Putin is gleefully having his comrades combing thru that list of indictees to see if he can get a photogenic and talkative one to come over to the States and agree to a trial, in hopes of making this whole Keystone Cop's [sic] prosecution Team be seen as the total fools they are. I hope he sends one over who leaked dirt to Steele and Simpson, and who also was tied in to the Uranium 1 deal and met Mueller when he took Uranium samples to Russia for Hillary.' " • Perhaps, says Feldman : "if Mueller really wanted to investigate improper interference with our elections, he should look in the mirror, for it was he who worked with Lois Lerner and the IRS to hamstring and target the Tea Party to Obama's benefit in the 2012 election. Indeed, one might plausibly argue that releasing these ridiculous indictments on a Friday before a holiday to be twisted by headers in the usual mainstream media, which created so much chaos for the new administration, is part of a continuing Deep State resistance." • Andrew McCarthy's analysis, beginning with an analysis of the email Susan Rice sent to herself hours after Trump was inaugurated, draws a disturbing picture of the Deep State plotting to continue investigating the president, while keeping from him the knowledge of what they were doing, a plot in which FBI director Comey played a key part, showing that Susan Rice revised the record of the decision to keep from the the inclming President the knowledge that the Deep State was investigating him. The FISA warrant was running out, and they wanted to continue probing, even though the central figure was the new President. That, says McCarthy, is what Rice's email is really about -- not sharing with the incoming Trump administration classified information about the Trump-Russia investigation, such as the basis for seeking a FISA warrant on Carter Page. The dilemma, says McCarthy, was that the Obama administration had placed "the incoming team" -- in particular, President-elect Trump -- under investigation : "So we arrive at the knotty question for Obama political and law-enforcement officials : How do we 'engage with the incoming team' of Trump officials while also determining that 'we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia'? How do we assure that an investigation of Trump can continue when Trump is about to take over the government?....And since counterintelligence investigations are conducted to inform the President -- the constitutional officer responsible for national security against foreign threats -- it is worth asking: What was the difference between what the FBI told the FISA court about the Trump-Russia investigation and what they told the President of the United States about it?" • Feldman says : "McCarthy's questioning is echoed in the requests -- still pending on jurisdictional issues -- by top congressional committee chairs Devin Nunes and Bob Goodlatte [that] the FISC to turn over the actual FISA requests, obviously because they question whether those they were given by the Department of Justice match what was filed with that court to permit the snooping. Did DOJ modify to hide from Congress the requests it made to the FISC 'in order to hide from Congress the trail of a conspiracy against a presidential candidate and an incoming administration'? " • • • WHO IS "COLLUDING" WITH RUSSIA? Scholar Michael Curtis, now in his 90s, wrote for American Thinker this weekend an essay titled "Beware of the Real Russian Threat." Curtis is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Rutgers University, and author of the book, "Should Israel Exist? A sovereign nation under assault by the international community" and "Jews, Antisemitism, and the Middle East" His textbook on the great political philosophers published in the 1960s is still in print and used throughout the United States. • The point Professor Curtis makes in his essay is this : "The cast of characters in the collusion drama changes almost daily. Some remain in the shadowy background : Carter Page, Bruce Ohr, Sidney Blumenthal, Cody Shearer. More central is Oleg Deripaska, the 50-year-old Russian self-made billionaire; the founder and owner of the Basic Element group of companies, one of the largest diversified industrial groups in Russia; and the president of number of other companies, including United Company Rusal, the second largest aluminum company in the world. He was denied entrance to the US because of alleged links to the mafia. Whether those mafia connections are real or not, Deripaska does have numerous links....Deripaska has international connections....He hosted and tried to cultivate British politicians Lord Mandelson and George Osborn, former chancellor of the Exchequer." BUT, states Curtis : "his most pertinent dealings are with Christopher Steele, a key player in the collusion comedy of errors. Steele was recruited by British MI6 immediately on graduation from Cambridge, where he was president of the debating society, and became head of its Russian desk. In 2009, he founded his own private investigation agency, Orbis Business International, and in 2015 began working with the Democratic National Committee, creating the 'Steele Dossier' and planting information on journalists and others....the enigma remains : what are its contents, and what or who is the source of the information, true or false, in the Dossier? One intriguing puzzle is whether Steele worked with Paul Hauser, an American lawyer in London, who represents Deripaska....Part of it is the link between Steele and Mark Warner, ranking Democratic member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, through a man named Adam Waldman, a Washington lawyer who in 2009 registered as a US agent for Deripaska 'to provide legal advice on issues involving his US visa as well as on commercial transactions.' A year later, he was also an agent for Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. Waldman is said to receive $40,000 as a monthly retainer for these services. It was Waldman who on March 16, 2017, texted Warner that 'Chris Steele asked me to call you.' " • • • DEAR READERS, it is time to take note of what is not present in the Mueller indictment. That has been assiduously avoided by the media that continues to cry "Trump colluded" while attacking him for calling the Mueller investigation by its rightful name -- "a hoax." What is absent in the Mueller indictment is any allegation that a Trump team member or even any Republican, had any contact with the 13 Russians indicted or with any Russians. We have been saying for more than a year that there is No Evidence. Mueller's 37-page indictment fairly shouts "No Evidence." • What does this mean -- General Flynn will surely, in a perfect world and if Judge Sullivan continues in charge, be exonerated. But, it also means that the ProgDem Deep State is colluding with Russia to overthrow a duly elected US President. That is sedition. • If we put together the only real evidence of connections with Russia -- that of the Hillary campaign committee, the Democratic National Committee, the FBI and the DOJ both under Obama and as the Deep State in the Trump presidency, Senator Warner, and the nefarious Blumenthal and Shearer -- there is a pattern of Democrats "colluding" -- "conspiring" is the accurate legal term - to subvert the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, and his presidency after he was elected. Special counsel Mueller's pointing the finger at the Russians in his indictments calls out only half the "conspiracy" -- the other half is being ignored. Hillary, the DNC, Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Lynch, Rice, Brennan, Clapper, Obama -- and their minions Blumenthal, Shearer, Steele, Fusion GPS, the lawyers at Perkins Coie, and Mueller himself -- they are the other half of the conspiracy. When is the DOJ going to indict them? There is sufficient evidence in the public domain right now to support indictments. When will Attorney General Sessions act? • President Trump got it right in his weekend tweets : "If it was the GOAL of Russia to create discord, disruption and chaos within the U.S. then, with all of the Committee Hearings, Investigations and Party hatred, they have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. They are laughing their asses off in Moscow. Get smart America!” And, his surprising target was national security advisor General H.R. McMaster, who spoke at length at a conference in Munich about threats posed by Russia : “General McMaster forgot to say that the results of the 2016 election were not impacted or changed by the Russians and that the only Collusion was between Russia and Crooked H, the DNC and the Dems. Remember the Dirty Dossier, Uranium, Speeches, Emails and the Podesta Company!” • Hell hath no fury as President Trump scorned.


  1. Is it a oddity or is it a planned escape route for the Mueller lead detachment of the Clinton ProDems that failed beyond a reason of possibility to elect Her Majesty Hillary over a novices any level of politics Donald Trump as President; to issue indictments fir Russians who will never be made available fir extradition to the United States.

    In essence Mueller has openly admitted he failed if one reads with an open mind what he has just done via these useless indictments.

    He has most likely created thus whole “indictment of Russians” as a smoke screen full well knowing not a one would be extradited to stand trail.

    A SMOKE SCREEN, a cover for his escape with reputation in hand, he thinks.

  2. Muller will not indict any when Who needs to be. That always has been
    N the farce in the whole Muller investigation.

    He was planted there to get Trump et al. And as pitifully as the ProgDems attempted to get Donald Trump in the 2016 Election is equal to their fall flat on their face attempt to impeach Trump post election.

    Muller was able to produce nothing more than indictments against a few corrupt Russian intel agents who will never see the shores of America again let alone be the soul of a trial.

  3. Even Attorneys of varying ability must have a get out of trouble card when playing in the Swamps of Washington D.C. And Muller had his from day one of this witch hunt investigation.

    He contrived this ‘indict some off-limit Russian underlings’ as his get out of trouble and town unscathed the first few days of his spending millions of taxpayers monies on investigation that he and his team of cronies were unable to construct with lies, not the truth.

    Now if he wants, it’s President Trumps chance to construct with the truth a case against all the Clinton soldiers that carried her banner right to another ‘she can’t possibly lose this election’ debacle.