UPDATE: READ IT HERE — The Mueller report has been released!

The Mueller report has just been released to the public.

It’s almost 450 pages and of course it’s redacted.

Here’s the link for all of you to read it:

https://www.justice.gov/storage/report.pdf



As you already know, the president has been completely vindicated of any collusion or obstruction of justice.

But I’m sure we’ll be hearing about this for days to come as the media and Democrats refuse to accept the findings of the report.

 
UPDATE:

You can now read the report below:

Mueller Report by on Scribd

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Trump didnt claim executive privledge to hide any of this – I think that he knows that the declassification is going to change everything.

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Gotta love this paragraph on Carter Page.

Russian intelligence officials had formed relationships with Page in 2008 and 2013 and Russian officials may have focused on Page in 2016 because of his affiliation with the Campaign

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You would think the fact that Page’s “relationship” with Russian intelligence had led to one of them being indicted for conspiracy .. um .. might not have been the best inducement for them to want to work through Page.

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And I believe he was cleared by the FBI… btw, if I’m not mistaken, Page came forward and told the FBI he was being contacted by Russians.

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It would be very interesting to go through the collusion section and find all the foreign agents mentioned — and show how many of them were not foreign agents at all, but spies for the FBI/CIA.

They list “Henry Greenberg,” and Joseph Mifsud without any suggestion of their links to American and/or British intelligence. Both seem to have been making attempts at entrapment.

BTW, “Papadopoulos work with Mifsud and two Russian nationals to arrange a meeting between the Campaign and the Russian government” probably refers to that email by Papadopoulos that said, “they keep contacting me to set up a meeting.” You would think the report might mention the one-sidedness of the attempts to set up a meeting, but they just say, “That meeting never came to pass.”

It also suggests that it was Papadopoulos who reached out to Halper’s organization, but I believe it was initiated by Halper

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I read part of it… Lots of innuendoes, etc. This will allow the anti-Trumpers to continue their narrative which will fail with the majority of Americans…

The anti-Trump crews are saying, “I’m glad Trump was not a Russian spy.” THERE NEVER WAS ANY EVIDENCE to remotely think he was!!

The common sense crew is asking, “When will Mueller and his band of shysters (Comey, Brennan, Clapper, et al.) be in front of a Grand Jury for perpetrating a hoax?”

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Yea, but even if there had been, the Trump cult still would have voted Russian Spy over Hillary Clinton. Which is demented.

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If there had been he would have been charged for conspiracy.

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But Trumpers would have still voted for him. They would vote for Candidate Charged with Conspiracy over Hillary Clinton, right?

Would you? Don’t forget – binary choice!

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How many Russia loving Trumpers do you think there are?

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They don’t have to love Russia. They just have to hate Hillary.

That’s my point. It’s not about them supporting Russia specifically. It’s about them supporting anything that’s not Hillary. It doesn’t matter what it is, even if it happens to be Russia. So long as it’s NOT Hillary, they’ll get in bed with anything.

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‘If there had been…” IF IF IF IF IF… smh

The speculation has quintupled since this Mueller Book Report came out… IF IF IF

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You’re missing the point.

The truth is, Trumpers never cared whether it was true or false. Why do you think they ALWAYS come back to Hillary Clinton? Because they know the man has/had zero merit for being elected President.

But they didn’t care about merit. Not once from the very beginning. It has NEVER mattered to them. Donald Trump, Russian Spy, Charles Manson – they would have voted for any of them just so long as he wasn’t Hillary.

That was their ONLY metric. And that is demented.

If the report came out and definitively proved he was a Russian spy, every single Trumper out there would still not regret their vote. Am I right, or am I wrong?

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Well if it had come out before then maybe Gary Johnson would have gotten more votes.

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Lord don’t even joke about that.

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Well it’s TRUE! lol

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I’m not missing any point… the fact is there was no evidence to initiate the Collusion hoax.

“If the report came out and definitively proved he was a Russian spy, every single Trumper out there would still not regret their vote. Am I right, or am I wrong?”

I DON’T SPECULATE, ATAT

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We’re not talking about evidence or collusion. We’re talking about the fact that none of it ever mattered to Trumpers. They didn’t CARE. It’s not that they didn’t believe – because even if they did, it still wouldn’t have kept them from voting for Not Hillary.

The only characteristic Donald had to have to earn the vote of Trumpers was to not be somebody else. That’s it. EVERY SINGLE THING beyond that was totally irrelevant to them – whether it was Russian spying, whether it was Chinese dealings, whether it was shooting people on 5th Avenue.

Trumpers didn’t care. They would have accepted ALL of that and more, just so long as Donald continued to not be somebody else.

Which, again, is demented.

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When you know for a fact that nothing happened, why should you care?
Whether it was “Russian spying” (hoax), “Chinese dealings” (he was a private citizen doing business); “shooting someone on 5th Avenue” (Hyperbole)

You have to do better than that, AT. Speculation and calling Trump voters, demented… is what Rachel Maddow, CNN, MSNBC, Ana Navarro, David French, et al. do all day long…

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Again, you’re missing the point. I swear you do it intentionally.

Does ANYTHING matter to you at all, such that you would not have voted for Not Hillary in the face of Hillary Clinton? Is there anything Not Hillary could have said or done or been or been involved with that would have kept you from voting for him?

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That’s such an obvious point it’s not worth arguing.

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Lindsay Graham should schedule a hearing with Mueller ASAP. Time to defend his investigation, his tactics, his omissions in this report and the conduct of his team.
10:59 AM · Apr 18, 2019

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Sean Davis twitter is worth reading, pointing out omissions ect.

https://mobile.twitter.com/seanmdav/with_replies

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I see Sean Davis criticizing the “breathless tone” of the collusion section and its “blatant omission of material facts” about collusion by the Hillary campaign. (He also highlights the report’s attempt to smear Page as if he was a co-conspirator with Russian agents rather then the cause of their being indicted.)

And I see Jack Posobiec thinks Weissman wrote that section. He’s probably dead right. https://mobile.twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1118918451169460224

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Another timeline – George Papa.

https://mobile.twitter.com/GeorgePapa19

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Scandals I see emerging:

1) Mueller admitting that I was targeted with illicit spying in a politically motivated fashion by Obama because I was dealing in the Israeli energy business.

2) In order to try and cover that up, Mueller plants me in a Russia conspiracy and sets me up

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Join the discussion…Gosh, the coffee boy sure has a lot to say.

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Well he will get his chance – when the investigators are investigated as well.

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FACT–400 page report
FACT–4 page summary
Conclusion–report should have been 4 pages and summary should have been one sentence.

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Some of this report is a real hodgepodge of half-truths, insinuations, convenient omissions, and misdirections. For example, this paragraph on Carter Page on page 6 In July 2016, Campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page traveled in his personal capacity to Moscow and gave the keynote address at the New Economic School. Page had lived and worked in Russia between 2003 and 2007. After returning to the United States, Page became acquainted with at least two Russian intelligence agents, one of whom was later charged in 2015 with conspiracy to act as an unregistered agent of Russia. Page’s July 2016 trip to Moscow and his advocacy for pro-Russian foreign policy drew media attention. The Campaign then distanced itself from Page and, by late September 2016, removed him from the Campaign. So they mention that Page “became acquainted with at least two Russian intelligence agents, one of whom was later charged in… Read more »

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What will be weird if all the stuff democrats and other losers find, that’s actually NOT in this report.

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BTW, I actually laughed at this paragraph:

Wikileaks began releasing Pdesta’s stolen emails on October 7, 2017, less than an hour after a U.S. media outlet released video considered damaging to candidate Trump.

So in the month before the election, something happened less than an hour after a U.S. media outlet released a video damaging to Trump? Wasn’t that pretty much a continuous event by that point of the campaign season? Could that release have happened at any point in October where it couldn’t have been tied to anti-Trump activity in the media?

Whoever wrote that should be embarrassed for trying to make hay out of the timing. Especially considering that the release of those emails had been in the works for some time, and certainly wasn’t done on the spur of the moment.

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So far, it looks like the Mueller report is going to essentially go over all the things that the media has been claiming showed collusion all this time. I’m guessing that the media will actually take the Mueller report as vindication for that reason alone. Somewhere along the way, they’ll realize that even with all his resources, Mueller couldn’t show any collusion based on these things, and that there’s really nothing much new.

So they’ll go back to spinning on every word in the Mueller report that seems to support their Grand Theory, and hope for something new.

So even those not skeptical of the Mueller report aren’t going to let go of their pet theories.

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I’m really glad that the President of the United States isn’t a Russian spy.

That doesn’t make him any less a jackass. That doesn’t make him any less inept at dealing with Congress. That doesn’t make him any less a progressive president that is leading American society in the wrong direction in the long-term. That doesn’t make his words/actions any less deserving of criticism (if not rebuke) from conservatives. I still cannot see any reason to vote for his re-election.

But hey, at least he’s not owned by the Russians. I will not deny that is a plus for the man.

Reasons to be glad Trump is President:
1) Not owned by Russia.

Woo. Maga.

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Reasons to be glad Trump’s president:

1. Hillary aint
2. Bill aint first man neither

Woo! Maga!

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I’m so glad we voted for [Doesn’t Matter Not Hillary]. He really stepped up to earn that vote with his impressive track record of not being Hillary Clinton at any point in his life. He worked really really hard to be someone other than Hillary Clinton. His merit cannot be denied, as it took a lot of skill and intelligence to have been born someone other than Hillary Clinton. I hope we award him the Nobel Prize for Not Being Hillary Clinton.

DERP DERP DERP I CANNOT DERP THIS SELF-DESTRUCTIVE MINDSET ANY F-ING HARDER.

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Not being Hillary was good enough in 2016.

He wont be running against her in 2020.

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Yet another one of the glaring, unforgivable flaws of the American electorate. Those low-expectation having mother f…..ers.

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@at The merits of never Hillary aside, President Trump has done, from a conservative perspective, some clearly remarkable things.

But maybe not so apparent to one whose head is so far shoved up a (pompous) ass, such as yours.

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He has done things conservatives like. That is a far cry from doing conservative things.

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That inept jackass has accomplished far more than I gave him credit for when he was on the campaign trail. Not only that, but he did more in two years than any previous republican president since Regan, flaws and all. In addition, no republican president before Trump has ever had to endure what Trump has from the moment he declared his candidacy. Trump has been mercilessly, relentlessly attacked and undermined by the fascist democrats, the clearly biased media and the GOP RINOS unlike we have ever seen before.

Trump was not my choice to win the republican nomination, but seeing what he has accomplished so far while under unrelenting duress and pressure by the left and the GOP RINOS is impressive.

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Wow look at this guy pretending he didnt believe the hoax for 2 years.

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It was — and remains — really good news that our president didn’t actively cooperate with a hostile foreign regime to win an election. Disappointment that he isn’t some kind of Russian agent is absolutely mystifying to me.
9:35 AM · Apr 18, 2019

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He’s right though. I had it out with a couple leftists on that point. The short version of my argument was:

AT: “So you were hoping he was a Russian spy?”
Left: *sputter* *blubber* Buh… Uh… *eyes roll back in head, mouth goes slack, drooling*

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Sure he is right …now.

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I think French has been pretty good at taking the evidence as it comes. There was plenty of stuff that looked pretty bad for Donald at times. Being objective and honest about it is far better behavior than those on the left screeching “He’s definitely guilty with no facts!” or those on the right screeching “I’m going to deny anything that looks bad because I’m sure he’s innocent!”

Both sides have been disgustingly guilty of confirmation bias and question begging this entire time, based solely on their prejudices about the President, for or against. French, for as much as I read of him through all this, avoided that.

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ATAT I disagree. French has been a massive disappointment for quite some time now. He was quick to jump on board with the media whenever they suggested Trump had done, well, anything. He was quick to bash the Covington school kids because the media said they had disrespected a veteran. He was all on board with WaPo’s smears of Moore.

His thinking is too poisoned by his dislike of Trump. That doesn’t make him a bad person, but it makes him increasingly a bad analyst.

And on the Trump Russia collusion story, he’s been consistently wrong.

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You can’t say he was “consistently wrong” because we didn’t have all the facts. He was ultimately wrong after the report came out. But until it did, he had a different, but reasonable interpretation of the circumstantial evidence as it progressed. Ultimately, the evidence amounted to nothing. And then he owned the correct conclusion. That’s a far better cry than the rest of the media you want to guilt him by association with.

He’s been pretty objective this whole time, I’d say. What more do you want from the man?

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AT No, he was consistently wrong along the way. For example, he claimed that there could never have been a FISA warrant into Carter Page without verified evidence. The Nunes memo showed that to be mistaken. And there’s really no excuse for it, since Comey admitted in his own testimony that they were still trying to verify the dossier long after it was used to justify a FISA warrant. Andy McCarthy made the same mistake of thinking the existence of the FISA warrant was strong proof that it was justified, (Edit: that is, that the FISA warrant could not have been granted without cause) but he admitted later that it (Edit: unverified info being used in the FISA warrant) was exactly what had happened. French never did admit to being wrong. He consistently treated questions raised about the dossier or whether the investigation was well-founded as far-right conspiracy theories. To… Read more »

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Who’s right? The anti-Trump hack, David French? Oh, please…

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David French, along with his NTs, were pushing the Russia ruse all along… he’s trying to save face. That FRAUD!

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Pretty much, the rest is just political fodder to get Congress to impeach.

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From Mueller Report: The investigation “identified numerous links between individuals with ties to the Russian government and individuals associated with the Trump Campaign, the evidence was not sufficient to support criminal charges.”
10:58 AM · Apr 18, 2019

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I’m not reading all of that and will wait for analysis I can trust.

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I’ll be a few days. I’m pretty busy right now.

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sjmomsjmom I’m still just getting started, and trying to decide if it’s worth reading the whole thing. So far, it doesn’t look particularly new, or even accurate. And it’s clearly slanted in a way to suggest that all the people investigated are shady. Even Carter Page, who was supposed to be at the center of the conspiracy, but walked away without a single indictment.

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Well of course. What did you expect. It’s Chinatown, Jake.

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sjmomsjmom I’ll be interested to see what Andy McCarthy has to say about it. You know there will be at least a few columns.

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hubmanhubman Me too. One of the people I’m interested in reading.

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sjmomsjmom I saw his column at National Review that dealt with the novel Weissman theory on obstruction charges: https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/04/william-barr-press-conference-no-obstruction-on-the-facts-of-the-case/

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waiting for Faux Noos to tell you the truth. Maybe Sarah Sanders can sum up the truth for you.

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Avatarlee_jan Your ignorance is only preceded by your arrogance which is why I’m down voting your comment.

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sjmomsjmom Be nice. He’s probably having a hard day. And it’s going to get worse once they start investigating the investigators.

Wait, did I downvote him also? Oops.

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Your snarky sarcasm indicates you get your talking points from the leftist alphabet channels?

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Are they gonna release a children’s version? I think this is great bed time reading!

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The report begins by saying that the investigation was opened due to Papadopoulos giving information to Downer about the Russian government giving dirt on Hillary to the Trump campaign. Which completely ignores the fact that the US government had already been using informants — spying — on the Trump campaign for months before-hand, and the “information” that Papadopoulos gave to Downer came from Joseph Mifsud, who appears to be more of an agent of western intelligence, not a Russian agent. It looks like the Mueller report will be the final version of the Russian Collusion hoax that we’ve all been hearing for the past three years. If we get a proper investigation of just how this whole thing began, I suspect much of the Mueller report will be seen not as the final word, but as a curiously one-sided and obsolete report that avoids discussing the weakness of the evidence… Read more »

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hubmanhubman John Solomon said next week we will have proof the investigation began in Jan. 2016, 6 months prior to opening Crossfire Hurricane.

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And if I’m remembering right, Nunes talked about others being illegally spied on as well.

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TracyTracy No doubt there’s much in the criminal referrals Nunes sent over to Barr.

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TracyTracy I believe Nunes said that they have evidence showing the Obama administration was illegally spying on republican candidates as far back as October, 2015. Thanks to Admiral Rogers suspicions and subsequent investigation he discovered that there were members of the Obama administration that were making unprecedented numbers of unauthorized queries to access the NSA’s database in order to gather information on American citizens.

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For the FBI to send informants there has to be some sort of investigation open. Crossfire Hurricane was a full investigation. The other two categories would be Assessment or Preliminary Investigation. So if the FBI was sending informants before Crossfire Hurricane, they had some kind of investigation open. Which makes the discussion of opening the investigation due to Papadopoulos clearly so misleading as to be false. The only way that I can see around that is if the informants were being sent by the CIA instead, which is not supposed to be spying on American citizens. That could explain why these informants were mostly luring campaign officials overseas to offer them dirt. It seems increasingly clear that many of the evidences cited for collusion were actually spies trying to lure a Trump campaign official into an illegal act. I really don’t think the Mueller team wants anyone taking too close… Read more »

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hubmanhubman Whether the Mueller team wants it or not it is exactly what Barr is investigating. Brennan was behind the entire thing. Obama knew about it also and last year I saw on twitter the GCHQ paper Obama ordered it. Don’t think it’s on twitter anymore. Clapper, however, did say Obama ordered it. When everything comes out Obama and his ilk will be in trouble.

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sjmomsjmom I’m hoping Barr really follows through on the investigation. I don’t think he appreciates the cracks about him acting like Trump’s attorney rather than an attorney general, and I don’t think he likes what they tried to pull off with the Mueller investigation. And I imagine their punt on obstruction rather than saying clearly they didn’t find any didn’t help.

I think Barr wants to clean up this mess.

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hubmanhubman Totally agree………and, yes, I think Barr will investigate.That’s why he said he’s assembling a team.

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sjmomsjmom Dan Bongino did an in depth youtube video on Brennan’s connection to Spy Gate. Dan proved via video evidence that Brennan lied about when he found out about Steele’s dossier. Dan proved that it was Brennan that gave the dossier to the FBI. His buddy, Clapper is also in up to his eyeballs in pushing the dossier as being legitimate. It was Clapper that leaked the information to the MSM.

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Conserve 58Conserve 58 Yeah, this dossier was given to the FBI by so many people at so many times…

It might be easier to ask who didn’t.

At the very least, by Brennan, McCain, Simpson, Steele himself, Bruce Ohr, and Nellie Ohr, and indirectly from Brennan by way of Harry Reid.

I wonder how many copies of the Steele dossier the FBI finally wound up with…..

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So this report is a cover for Comey and his spying on Trump.

Let’s see the declassification and oig report now.

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Summary: At the behest of the DEMs, Mueller searched for 2 plus years and found nothing illegal was done by Trump and there was no collusion. Conclusion: Trump is guilty. – THIS IS CNN.

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This is an interesting thread written yesterday about the report that looks accurate now.

https://twitter.com/JohnWHuber/status/1118643987487887361?s=20

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I would almost say this is obvious. But that really doesn’t do justice to the thread. While it seems obvious to many of those paying attention that Weissman’s fingerprints are all over the Special Counsel investigation — especially the attempt to find obstruction — the thread lays it out in great detail.

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TracyTracy Weissmann was also given the dirty dossier by Bruce Ohr in 2016. Wait until all this is exposed.

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sjmomsjmom Weissman was in this up to his eyeballs from the beginning. How his recusal was never demanded is beyond me.

Oh, wait. It makes perfect sense if an impartial investigation is NOT the goal.

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hubmanhubman He should’ve been disbarred after Enron.

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sjmomsjmom Absolutely no one faced any consequences after Enron. All they got were promotions.

Also, after the prosecution of Ted Stevens that was overturned for prosecutor misconduct, only two prosecutors got any negative consequences, and they were ridiculously mild. One was suspended without pay for 40 days, and one for 15 days.

And then both suspenses were ruled invalid, and voided. So not even suspended without pay.

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2015/01/outrage_federal_prosecutors_who_railroaded_ted_stevens_escape_punishment.html

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hubmanhubman It also makes knowing that Rod Rosenstein is also in up to his eyeballs in this scheme that made me want to barf when Barr was heaping glowing superlatives on him during his press conference.

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I’m almost temped to tune in to CNN, MSNBC, etc. today to watch all the conspiracies tossed about because the report is redacted.

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LandscaperLandscaper Don’t bother wasting your time. You’ll get the pertinent out takes right here at TRS.

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