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NOTHAPPENING:  You'll keep waiting since they don't have anything! Eventually, the investigation will lead to the Democrats who funded the Fusion GPS report that facilitated the FISA warrants to spy on Trump.

 

 

I don't know what to call something that makes mere delusional seem rational. If that scenario is what you're pinning your hopes on, please stay near an ER when Mueller gives us his findings.Smiley Happy

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easyed598:  Still waiting for evidence of Trump colluding with Russia -Not somebody who committed bank fraud 10 years ago.

 

 

Patience grasshopper, Mueller is coming.

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The full list of known indictments and plea deals in Mueller’s probe

1) George Papadopoulos, former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, pleaded guilty in October to making false statements to the FBI.

2) Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, pleaded guilty in December to making false statements to the FBI.

3) Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chair, was indicted in October in Washington, DC on charges of conspiracy, money laundering, and false statements — all related to his work for Ukrainian politicians before he joined the Trump campaign. He’s pleaded not guilty on all counts. Then, in February, Mueller filed a new case against him in Virginia, with tax, financial, and bank fraud charges.

4) Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and Manafort’s longtime junior business partner, was indicted on similar charges to Manafort. But in February he agreed to a plea deal with Mueller’s team, pleading guilty to just one false statements charge and one conspiracy charge.

5-20) 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies were indicted on conspiracy charges, with some also being accused of identity theft. The charges related to a Russian propaganda effort designed to interfere with the 2016 campaign. The companies involved are the Internet Research Agency, often described as a “Russian troll farm,” and two other companies that helped finance it. The Russian nationals indicted include 12 of the agency’s employees and its alleged financier, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

21) Richard Pinedo: This California man pleaded guilty to an identity theft charge in connection with the Russian indictments, and has agreed to cooperate with Mueller.

22) Alex van der Zwaan: This London lawyer pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with Rick Gates and another unnamed person based in Ukraine.

23) Konstantin Kilimnik: This longtime business associate of Manafort and Gates, who’s currently based in Russia, was charged alongside Manafort with attempting to obstruct justice by tampering with witnesses in Manafort’s pending case this year.

 

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nice list but not one thing about Trump culluding with Russians-Thus the witch hunt.


Unfortunately, that won't convince the head of the Obama/Hillary cult or any of their members.

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"Nice list but not one thing about Trump culluding with Russians-Thus the witch hunt."

 

Incredible! Trump's Cult members live in an alternate reality. They are totally clueless because every professional criminal investigator/prosecutor keeps all details of their investigation secret. Mueller does not provide periodic updates so Ed gets his from Fox and Trump. 

 

Remember when Trump told Ed he was NOT going to benefit from the new GOP tax plan and Ed believed him?

 

Equally important, almost all of those felons were hired by Ed's hero and idol in the White House. But it doesn't bother him at all. Can you imagine the uproar in Trump World if President Obama's administration was littered with a bunch of felons? 

 

They have the biggest double standard on the planet.

 

 

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The full list of known indictments and plea deals in Mueller’s probe

1) George Papadopoulos, former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, pleaded guilty in October to making false statements to the FBI.

2) Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, pleaded guilty in December to making false statements to the FBI.

3) Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chair, was indicted in October in Washington, DC on charges of conspiracy, money laundering, and false statements — all related to his work for Ukrainian politicians before he joined the Trump campaign. He’s pleaded not guilty on all counts. Then, in February, Mueller filed a new case against him in Virginia, with tax, financial, and bank fraud charges.

4) Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and Manafort’s longtime junior business partner, was indicted on similar charges to Manafort. But in February he agreed to a plea deal with Mueller’s team, pleading guilty to just one false statements charge and one conspiracy charge.

5-20) 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies were indicted on conspiracy charges, with some also being accused of identity theft. The charges related to a Russian propaganda effort designed to interfere with the 2016 campaign. The companies involved are the Internet Research Agency, often described as a “Russian troll farm,” and two other companies that helped finance it. The Russian nationals indicted include 12 of the agency’s employees and its alleged financier, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

21) Richard Pinedo: This California man pleaded guilty to an identity theft charge in connection with the Russian indictments, and has agreed to cooperate with Mueller.

22) Alex van der Zwaan: This London lawyer pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with Rick Gates and another unnamed person based in Ukraine.

23) Konstantin Kilimnik: This longtime business associate of Manafort and Gates, who’s currently based in Russia, was charged alongside Manafort with attempting to obstruct justice by tampering with witnesses in Manafort’s pending case this year.

 

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nice list but not one thing about Trump culluding with Russians-Thus the witch hunt.

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The full list of known indictments and plea deals in Mueller’s probe

1) George Papadopoulos, former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, pleaded guilty in October to making false statements to the FBI.

2) Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, pleaded guilty in December to making false statements to the FBI.

3) Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chair, was indicted in October in Washington, DC on charges of conspiracy, money laundering, and false statements — all related to his work for Ukrainian politicians before he joined the Trump campaign. He’s pleaded not guilty on all counts. Then, in February, Mueller filed a new case against him in Virginia, with tax, financial, and bank fraud charges.

4) Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and Manafort’s longtime junior business partner, was indicted on similar charges to Manafort. But in February he agreed to a plea deal with Mueller’s team, pleading guilty to just one false statements charge and one conspiracy charge.

5-20) 13 Russian nationals and three Russian companies were indicted on conspiracy charges, with some also being accused of identity theft. The charges related to a Russian propaganda effort designed to interfere with the 2016 campaign. The companies involved are the Internet Research Agency, often described as a “Russian troll farm,” and two other companies that helped finance it. The Russian nationals indicted include 12 of the agency’s employees and its alleged financier, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

21) Richard Pinedo: This California man pleaded guilty to an identity theft charge in connection with the Russian indictments, and has agreed to cooperate with Mueller.

22) Alex van der Zwaan: This London lawyer pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about his contacts with Rick Gates and another unnamed person based in Ukraine.

23) Konstantin Kilimnik: This longtime business associate of Manafort and Gates, who’s currently based in Russia, was charged alongside Manafort with attempting to obstruct justice by tampering with witnesses in Manafort’s pending case this year.

 

Two ex-Trump advisers lied to the FBI about their contacts with Russians

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Mr. Manafort’s allies said they had urged him to stop communicating with Mr. Kilimnik, who is known to associates as “K.K.,” because they fear that his communications are being monitored and that he is neither discreet, nor tactful.


“K.K. is one of the best interpreter and translators,” said Philip M. Griffin, a onetime employee of Mr. Manafort’s in Ukraine who hired Mr. Kilimnik in 1995 to work in the Moscow office of the International Republican Institute, a nonprofit based in Washington.
“On everything else, he is a dumbass.”


Sam Patten, a former official in the International Republican Institute’s Moscow office, on business in Kazakhstan said that he did not believe that Mr. Kilimnik was working with a lawyer in relation to the special counsel’s investigation.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/08/us/politics/manafort-obstruction-kilimnik-charges.html

 

I still have a feeling that Mueller will pull Jared and Don Jr. into his dragnet. They probably broke the law somewhere, somehow. When, and if that happens, I'm pretty sure Trump will reach into his jar full of pardons.

 

trump pardons jar.jpg

 

 

 

 

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Trump Cult members are allergic to facts. In a sharp contrast to the Trump legal team, we have zero leaks from the Mueller team. In addition, no professional conducting an investigation would ever provide periodic updates. That would be insane. 

 

So when a Trump Cult member repeats what Trump says, and what he/she hears on Fox, there's no evidence of collusion, they are reflecting the world of Trump/Fox make believe propaganda.

 

As I've stated several times in this forum, we don't know what the Meuller's team has learned. In my opinion, we can surmise if there was nothing, the investigation would have ended by now. The fact that it's still going strong indicates a reasonable probability, Mueller's uncovered significant or massive evidence so far. But that's just my opinion.

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Still waiting for evidence of Trump colluding with Russia -Not somebody who committed bank fraud 10 years ago.


You'll keep waiting since they don't have anything! Eventually, the investigation will lead to the Democrats who funded the Fusion GPS report that facilitated the FISA warrants to spy on Trump.

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Slow and easy, let the witch hunt take it's coarse. When it gets too close to The Donald, then he will talk about pardoning himself. He's such a nut job. Hopefully he will be toast if Cohen turns on him, what a blessing that would be.
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