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  1. He was working with pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine. Like there was a candidate that was against annexing Ukraine by Russia and there was a candidate for being annexed by Russia. Manafort worked for the the latter. From my understanding.
  2. Isn't this basically what the Qanon conspiracy is?
  3. Lucky

    Leftist bickering goes here

    What's you all's take on Russian meddling/collusion? I believe it's all true basically and the only question is was a quid pro quo involved. But I'm not sure if I care. I especially don't care about the social media troll aspect. The USA meddles in other country's elections, socialist countries at that. And way worse than revealing emails or Facebook troll campaigns.
  4. Lucky

    ABCB is the only rhyme scheme

    “All violent Islamist terrorist groups are politically left in their economic and governmental structure ideology”
  5. Why would that happen now when the investigation isn't over yet?
  6. Is the IG report as big as this guy is making it?
  7. How do you know what he has or hasn't found if there's still an investigation? Are you expecting him to release all the information and evidence to you before the investigation has been concluded? This "where's the evidence then" and "then why isn't Trump indicted yet" defense by his supporters makes no sense. Like if we were to go back in time to 1962 or whenever before Nixon resigned and he was calling for the investigation to be over with, would you have been saying the same thing about Nixon? "If Nixon is guilty then where's the evidence?"
  8. The DNC is suing the Russian government, Wikileaks, and the Donald Trump campaign
  9. “What I have been telling all reporters is that many stories about our investigation have been inaccurate,” the Mueller spokesperson said. “Be very cautious about any source that claims to have knowledge about our investigation and dig deep into what they claim before reporting on it. If another outlet reports something, don’t run with it unless you have your own sourcing to back it up.” The statement was reported by the Daily Caller and confirmed by The Washington Times.
  10. Washington Times' factual reporting its rated HIGH by mediabiasfactcheck.com
  11. Robert Mueller warns of fake news in media about Russia Probe http://www.businessinsider.com/robert-mueller-warns-many-stories-on-trump-investigation-not-true-2018-4 The Washington Times cited a spokesman for the office of the special counsel Robert Mueller as saying "many" stories about his investigation "have been inaccurate." It was an unusual piece of pushback from an office that tends to keep quiet. The progress of Mueller's investigation into Russia and the Trump campaign is a source of fascination for many news outlets. Many stories are based on leaks from anonymous figures said to have knowledge of the investigation, which are inherently difficult to verify. Well, that's a damper.
  12. Mueller told Trump’s attorneys the president remains under investigation but is not currently a criminal target https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mueller-told-trumps-attorneys-the-president-remains-under-investigation-but-is-not-currently-a-criminal-target/2018/04/03/d7832cf0-36c1-11e8-acd5-35eac230e514_story.html?utm_term=.38523f4f9f32 Why the fug not