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Robert Mueller named special counsel for Russia Investigation

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  • Center Left
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    Russia.

    Mark Zuckerman said that Facebook sold much advertising to Russians about 12 months ago. All pieces in this large nasty puzzle.

  • Center Left
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    1 day ago. Washington post.

    google.com/amp/s/washingtonpost.com/amp...

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Mueller is closing in, Trump should be worried.
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    Here is another Russian issue in which Mueller should be interested.

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  • Center Left
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    I know he must be careful and thorough but I say why even waste office space if this is going to take years to complete. 2020 will come and Mueller will be investigating away.

    Thanks sir but he was voted out of office. This will be for historic purposes.... Actually....people lost interest.

    google.com/amp/thehill.com/opinion/whit...

  • Liberal Democrat
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    Mueller's first indictment: Donald J Trump Sr, seen here after being led into a federal court house while yelling "I AM NOT A WITCH!"

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    TJ Wrote:

    I know he must be careful and thorough but I say why even waste office space if this is going to take years to complete. 2020 will come and Mueller will be investigating away.

    I must have missed this when you originally wrote it, but I will vehemently disagree with you.

    The special counsel is investigating if the now President of the United States conspired with a hostile foreign government to help get him get elected. That's a pretty big deal to me.

    Maybe Donald is too stupid to realize that he or members of his team were potentially committing treason, but that doesn't mean they didn't potentially commit treason.

    Thanks sir but he was voted out of office. This will be for historic purposes.... Actually....people lost interest.

    google.com/amp/thehill.com/opinion/whit...

    The Hill is a right of center (not as far as Fox "News", but that's a pretty low bar) website that is firmly behind Donald.

    Not just that, but this was an opinion piece written by someone on a right of center website.


    Sure, Republicans lost interest in this story because they never had interest in the first place. They won, we lost. End of story.

    They don't care if Donald conspired with a hostile foreign government because their guy won. Not just that, but their main source of "news" is from a propaganda outlet that spent more time debating a fucking hamburger emoji than discussing the criminal charges filed against Donald's campaign chief yesterday.

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  • Liberal Democrat
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    I'd like to see a few more indictments, one being Flynn, Bannon, Alex Jones, and some more from trumps campaign.
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    Dockadams Wrote: I'd like to see a few more indictments, one being Flynn, Bannon, Alex Jones, and some more from trumps campaign.
    A long time ago the Dutch published an documentary report by Zembla; I copied it on this site; it clearly showed the "money trail" especially about Kussner who traded in diamonds in an corrupt way as well the money laundering via sales of their buildings. My guess is that the money Manafort laundered is peanuts compared to what the Trump family did. Thus if Mueller does his work, the next batch should include Kussner and then Trump. The indictment for Trump should include tax evasion as well plenty of other crimes.
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    Dutch Wrote:
    Dockadams Wrote: I'd like to see a few more indictments, one being Flynn, Bannon, Alex Jones, and some more from trumps campaign.
    A long time ago the Dutch published an documentary report by Zembla; I copied it on this site; it clearly showed the "money trail" especially about Kussner who traded in diamonds in an corrupt way as well the money laundering via sales of their buildings. My guess is that the money Manafort laundered is peanuts compared to what the Trump family did. Thus if Mueller does his work, the next batch should include Kussner and then Trump. The indictment for Trump should include tax evasion as well plenty of other crimes.
    Okay, I'll go along with that, but lets not also forget about Trump Jr., who met with a Russian lawyer who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton, this whole situation reeks of conspiracy and obstruction of justice. I think we should assume the whole Trump family is involved with covering things up. Which is what you allude to in this post.
  • Independent
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    If we believe the mainstream media, we are watching a master prosecutor at work. The indictment of these three men are intended to communicate the following:

    • This is not the end, but the beginning. Much more to follow
    • Anyone who during the FBI investigation will be charged with federal crimes (bring your Depends underwear).
    • The special prosecutor is looking at past financial records that includes tax returns.
    • Mueller is not afraid of trump and not afraid of getting fired.
    • The timing of these indictments is part of a much larger plan (Think in terms of chess, each move is designed to limit\control what the opponent can do).

    The suggestion by the major media outlets is that trump is playing chess with a grand champion, and trump doesn't even know how to play chess. What trump can do is blow everything up when things get too hot and his only options comes down to resigning or firing Mueller.

    Because Mueller knows that trump can fire him, Mueller has already a plan for that too, which in chess terms, puts trump in checkmate if trump makes the move to take out Mueller by firing him. Trump can't win against Mueller, and trump's only options are to resign, much like a player does in chess when it becomes obvious he will lose. By resigning, the game is over, and for the most part trump is no longer a relevant person in American politics, just a disgraced ex-president.

    trump out of the WH before Jan 22nd, 2019.

  • Center Left
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    I want the whole truth told. I think a greedy opportunist conman might ultimately get tripped up by this thing called the truth. I hope there are 8 sets of copies of everything to protect it as he proceeds and that they are stored safely miles apart.

    Sounds like 10 times more protection should be exercised because I can't see Putin and Trump being embarassed on schedule with a free press. Key persons should be more cautiously protected.

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    One thing trump has at the back if his mind: He'll never be arrested or go to jail.

    As he has said, he could commit murder, even ordering the assassination of key people, and he will walk away from all of it, and on is last day issue pardon on everyone connected to him, even if they don't need or what to be pardon. Maybe even padon Bernie Madoff and others like him just to piss people off.

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    Trump speaking from his Asia trip meeting with Putin in Vietnam said this [from MS News]:

    "He (Putin) said he didn't meddle. He said he didn't meddle. I asked him again," [Trump] said.

    "You can only ask so many times... He said he absolutely did not meddle in our election."

    Trump explained that Putin reiterates his denial "every time" the pair meet, adding his counterpart seems "very insulted" by the persistent allegations.

    So, I guess we should just close the Robert Mueller investigation and get on with our lives. Eh?

  • Center Left
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    He said he didn't...... is it that easy to spread B.S. ? The ones who believe it should question their ignorance and sheepish ways.

    All I can do is ask him. No an intelligent man and capable associates can investigate the entire mess that you've danced around for 16 months. Watch out conman....... The focus is on you in a negative way.