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Thread: Robert Mueller indicts 13 Russians for election meddling

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    On five occasions when President Trump met with his BFF Vladimir Putin, Trump made sure there were no recordings or transcripts of the meetings and he swore the translators to secrecy. What is he hiding? Does Putin have damaging information about Trump? Is he blackmailing Trump? Is that why Trump never says anything negative about Putin or Russia? But wait -- there's more! Это становится страшно!

    Trump, Putin talked at G-20 summit in Buenos Aires without US translator or note-taker: Report

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world...ort/ar-BBSUIzU

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    Referring to Donald Trump, Roger Stone said yesterday the Russia investigation is like a "speeding bullet heading for his head." Six Trump advisers and associates have been indicted so far and more indictments are believed to be forthcoming. If, as Trump keeps insisting, there was never any collusion, then why have so many of these men lied about their contacts and dealings with Russia? And why is Trump so secretive about his meetings with Putin? What is he hiding? очень подозрительно!

    Roger Stone warns Trump's Presidency is in peril

    https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/01/30/pol...ion/index.html

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    Donald Trump -- who continues to insist there was never any collusion -- attacks the Mueller investigation almost daily, calling it a "witch hunt" and complaining about "angry, conflicted Dems" (even though Mueller is a Republican). Now we learn that Russia, too, is trying to discredit the investigation. What are Trump and Russia afraid of? очень подозрительно!

    Pro-Russian Twitter account used non-public material from Mueller's team in effort to discredit Russia probe

    https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/01/30/pol...nts/index.html

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    The NRA donated a record $30,300,000 to Trump's Presidential campaign. The NRA had gotten several big contributions from Russians but insists none of the Russian donations were part of that $30,300,000. Yeah, right. The NRA kept the Russians' donations in a separate, isolated account, I suppose? Suuure. Trump, Russia's choice for President of the United States, lost the popular vote but was awarded the Presidency by the Electoral College. In April 2017, Trump spoke at the NRA's annual convention and declared, "You have a true friend and champion in the White House." Translation: Buy all the guns and ammo you want; we'll make more. And now we're learning more about the Trump-NRA-Russia triumvirate:

    NRA's ties to Russia and alleged spy Maria Butina run deep despite denials, report says

    https://www.newsweek.com/nra-russia-...butina-1312042

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    Maria Butina, the Russian spy who infiltrated the NRA, and David Keene, a former NRA president with ties to Butina, arranged for several NRA donors and board members to visit Russia in 2015. We know both Russia and the NRA wanted Trump elected President and we know several Russians gave money to the NRA. The NRA executives are now claiming they tried to halt the Russia trip when they learned Butina was a spy. They're lying.

    ABC: Emails and photos appear to contradict NRA's claims distancing itself from 2015 Russia trip

    https://www-m.cnn.com/2019/01/31/pol...rip/index.html

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    Even though Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has led to criminal charges against 34 people so far, including Trump's former lawyer, Trump's former campaign manager, Trump's former deputy campaign manager and Trump's former national security adviser, each of whom has pleaded guilty, Trump continues to denounce the investigation as a "witch hunt." The squawking orange-skinned parrot needs to learn some new phrases besides "Rigged!" and "Fake news!" and "Witch hunt!"

    Trump said 'you have to get rid of the Russia witch hunt' and parroted a Kremlin talking point on CBS' Face The Nation
    Trump also downplayed the crimes members of his inner circle pleaded guilty to and suggested he may object to the release of a final report in the Russia probe.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/trum...-nation-2019-2

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    We know Russian trolls meddled in our 2016 election and we know they will meddle in our 2020 election -- and, not surprisingly, they love Donald Trump and his "Make America Great Again" slogan. очень подозрительно!

    Russian troll accounts purged by Twitter pushed Qanon and other conspiracy theories
    NBC News, Feb 2 2019 6:56 AM

    A new batch of troll accounts identified by Twitter as having ties to Russia's propaganda operation revealed an emphasis on promoting far-right conspiracy theories such as Qanon to Americans. Twitter removed 418 accounts tied to the Kremlin-backed Internet Research Agency, the disinformation group whose employees were indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller last February for attempted election interference.

    The accounts' tweets featured the hashtag #MAGA, usually in support of President Donald Trump, almost 38,000 times — the most of any hashtag. #ReleaseTheMemo, a social media campaign pushed by allies of the President last year that aimed to discredit some members of the FBI, was tweeted 37,583 times. The second-most tweeted topic was #Qanon, a baseless conspiracy theory that claims Mueller and Trump are secretly working together to take down a global pedophile ring run by celebrities and Democratic politicians. In all, the 418 accounts sent out more than 900,000 tweets.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/social-...eories-n966091

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    Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Russian agent Konstantin Kilimnik had several discussions about a plan that would end, or ease, US-led sanctions against Moscow over Russia's 2014 invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. These talks began in August 2016 and continued into 2018. Other Trump aides had similar communications with Russia -- and then lied about them to the FBI. Mueller is investigating whether Trump and his associates made any secret deals with Russia. And remember, Trump has gone to great lengths to ensure we don't find out what he and Putin discussed in five separate meetings. The noose is tightening.

    In closed hearing, a clue about 'the heart' of Mueller's Russia inquiry

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...iry/ar-BBTq9dW

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    Throughout his career as FBI director, Robert Mueller seldom spoke publicly. We know about all the indictments and criminal charges that have resulted from his Russia investigation but we still do not know what he's found regarding Trump's ties to Russia. When the investigation is completed, Mueller will submit a confidential report to the Attorney General, who may decide against making the report public. If that happens and if Mueller stays silent, we may never know the truth -- unless Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein can discover it.

    Robert Mueller has spent two years investigating Trump and he hasn't said a word. It's possible he never will.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...be/1422892002/

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    This news is not surprising. What is surprising is that anybody could have confidence in a President who tells an average of 15 lies a day.

    Poll: More Americans have confidence in Mueller than in Trump

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...ump/ar-BBTugIz

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