Dam Senator Sees No Russia-Trump Collusion After a Year-and-a-Half

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After a year-and-a-half, there is still no evidence that Trump colluded with Russia but there is evidence the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton colluded with Russians.

Allegedly, George Papadopoulos, who pled guilty to one count of lying to the Feds, had some “dirt” or was trying to acquire dirt on Hillary as well as her missing 33,000 emails from the Russians but there is no evidence any of this was given to the campaign, according to Senator Dianne Feinstein.

Hillary’s dirt was very obvious and of her own doing. No one needed Russian involvement and there is no evidence her missing emails popped up as a result of any interaction with Russians.

It is important to note that during the campaign, most found Trump more critical of RINOs than Hillary.

The annoying fact in all this is Hillary and her campaign were the ones trying to get dirt on Trump from the Russians. It wasn’t the other way around.

Gathering dirt or opposition research isn’t illegal in any case.

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  1. How peculiar this is that the majority of Republicans will not push back on the lack of illegality regarding Russia. It’s one thing to investigate interference in our election process but little, almost no time is spent in that itself. The vast, vast, majority of time is spent on Trump and his associates and any connections that involve Russia, as if this alone is a crime.

    Even Democrats haven’t specified any crime that could have been committed let alone Did commit. Then we have Republicans following suit along with those same Democrats. It would be significantly different if all the fears promulgated by “Conservatives”, aka “NeverTrumpers”, had even remotely came to pass, but Trump has shown to be more of a pragmatist than the hyperbolic rhetoric spewed by those people. Still, few has taken his side or defended the President when another attack comes.

    Then we have the Twitter complaints by “well-meaning” supporters who say he should just focus on policy with his Twitter account. Well, most people are quickly bored with policy rhetoric which is the reason Ryan is completely ineffective. When Trump uses Twitter to focus on unrelated issues it generates public interest and then the policy will also be seen, since he mixes the two.

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