Why does fake news need a real pardon?
Moose and Squirrel
When you hear that 30 to 35% of the country doesn’t care about Trump’s collusion with Russia, keep this in mind. Right wing media is downplaying what happened.
Later in the summer, Russia provided help, releasing the Clinton campaign’s hacked emails. This release came three days after the Trump campaign changed the Republican platform so that it no longer supported arming Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
Trump Russia isn’t a conspiracy theory, it’s the finding of 17 intelligence agencies.
There are public documents explaining the current findings. There are independently verifiable claims. The investigations will make reports public. The investigation is being carried out by agencies and committees that have carried out similar investigations before. It isn’t being done any differently than other investigations by these groups.
It isn’t a conspiracy. It’s not happening in secret. It’s a legal investigation into possible criminal acts and possible obstruction of justice. It’s a perfectly normal function of these groups for basic government accountability to the public they serve.
The idea the media, the deep state and the prior administration are conspiring to fabricate evidence of colusion for some unknown nefarious purpose; that’s a conspiracy theory.
President Trump may think he has sent a stern warning to leakers and independent bureaucrats unwilling to toe the White House line. Instead, he may well have incited an internal rebellion.
Meticulously documented paper trail of Trump, his campaign and his associates ties to Russia and Russian tied groups, as well as efforts taken to hide these ties.