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There is no evidence indicating that there was any actually articulated or transmitted information that was sent or received which showed any kind of Putin/Russia-inspired activity by Donald Trump

That is correct, still no evidence of collusion


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That is correct, still no evidence of collusionFor the last two-and-a-half years and continuing to this day, there has been a false story being perpetrated that is still believed by a large number of Americans.

The false story is that President Trump was elected only because Russians convinced enough of us to vote for him and beat Hillary Clinton and that the President, ever since he was elected, answers to the beck and call of Russian leaders and even Vladimir Putin himself.

Two years ago, to deal with these outrageous, and treasonous-if-true accusations being leveled at President Trump by the Democrat Party and the major media outlets representing Leftist and Democrat Party views, U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, after then Attorney General Jefferson B. Sessions III recused himself from it, turned over a Department of Justice investigation of this so-called “collusion” to a Special Counsel.

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To date, this investigation, which began uncharacteristically based on no specified criminal charges, has led to 34 individuals and 3 companies either being arrested, having charges filed against them, or agreeing to plea deals with Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III.

It’s very important to note that none of the accused are charged with crimes having to do with the alleged treasonous information pipeline between Trump and Putin, widely considered to be the sole reason for the existence of the current Special Counsel’s office.

There is absolutely no evidence 1) that any communication came from Putin to Trump telling him to do anything, 2) that there was a channel of communication that was set up for the express purpose of allowing that type of communication or 3) that Trump did something specific that Putin for a fact told him to do.

I repeat, there is no evidence indicating that there was any actually articulated or transmitted information that was sent or received which showed any kind of Putin/Russia-inspired activity by Donald Trump.

What evidence actually shows us, evidence which has almost exclusively been obtained by several Republican-led House and Senate investigative committees is that the Trump-Russia collusion story is a myth created by the Clinton campaign, the DNC and Obama administration operatives (especially CIA director John Brennan) to try to bring down the Presidential candidate of the party they were opposed to.

This myth has been fed into people’s brains by a pro-Democrat Party media propaganda machine. On television, CNN and MSNBC give us daily non-stop anti-Trump accusations and conspiracy theories, while anti-Trump print and online media are led by the New York Times and the Washington Post with their “bombshell” stories from anonymous “sources.”

On January 17, 2019 an unverified story originating from BuzzFeed spread throughout the anti-Trump media, supposedly originating from sources within the Mueller investigation. The story said that Donald Trump told his former attorney Michael Cohn to lie to Congress. A flurry of “if true” analysis began pouring out from the anti-Trumpers. The problem was, it wasn’t a credible source.

Popular radio talk show host Mark Levin, an attorney who worked in the Justice Department for President Reagan began his show the next evening calling for an investigation of the Mueller team for the felony leaking going on.

Within an hour, the Mueller team, apparently fearful of such an investigation, debunked the BuzzFeed story with the following press release: “BuzzFeed’s description of specific statements to the Special Counsel’s Office, and characterization of documents and testimony obtained by this office, regarding Michael Cohen’s Congressional testimony are not accurate.”

But the Trump-Russia conspiracy theorists continue undaunted. Under the guise of investigating Russian collusion, a newly elected Democrat majority in the House of Representatives is already at work trying to find something that will help them to remove a duly elected President.

While acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has indicated the Special Counsel investigation will soon be finishing up, there is no indication from Mueller that they will. And despite no evidence of collusion after two years of investigation, Democrats hope for an ongoing investigation to continue through the 2020 Presidential election campaign.


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Rolf Yungclas -- Bio and Archives | Comments

Rolf Yungclas is a recently retired newspaper editor from southwest Kansas who has been speaking out on the issues of the day in newspapers and online for over 15 years


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