Case Closed – House Intelligence Committee Wraps Up Russia Investigation – “No Collusion”…

The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has announced the completion of their year-long investigation. –SEE HERE-Texas Congressman Mike Conaway appeared on Fox News at 6:00pm to make the announcement (Video):

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HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes statement:

“After more than a year, the Committee has finished its Russia investigation and will now work on completing our report. I’d like to thank Congressmen Trey Gowdy, Tom Rooney, and especially Mike Conaway for the excellent job they’ve done leading this investigation. I’d also like to recognize the hard work undertaken by our other Committee members as well as our staff. Once the Committee’s final report is issued, we hope our findings and recommendations will be useful for improving security and integrity for the 2018 midterm elections.” (link)

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422 Responses to Case Closed – House Intelligence Committee Wraps Up Russia Investigation – “No Collusion”…

  1. f.fernandez says:

    First

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  2. Forty plus findings and 25+ recommendations. The best part, Leakers are in trouble. Obama dropped the ball and how did Clinton GET the dossier. This poses an interesting point.

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    • Bob-o-link says:

      There was another event that followed the failure to concede an election like the one in 2016, and that was the election of 1860. General P T G Beauregard watched over the bombardment of Ft. Sumter in April, 1861.
      Based upon that precedent, the failure to effect the peaceful transfer of power is prima facie evidence of sedition. The reason the OIG Report will be explosive is because it is nearly impossible to spin what has transpired as anything but sedition, although no cannons were fired. Some people have died and the fortunes of others have been destroyed! In other words, their civil rights have been denied them. The denial of civil rights is a bloodless war, and the denial of people to elect by a majority vote of the States is a bloodless civil war. It is hard to paint these days with any other picture.

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  3. The Boss says:

    Another path is opened for Mueller and his gang to make a dignified retreat.

    (When you have your enemy surrounded, always leave him a way to escape. Sun Tzu)

    Liked by 26 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

      You are forgetting an important caveat to this axiom…

      “This does not mean that the enemy is to be allowed to escape. The object, is to make him believe that there is a road to safety, and thus prevent his fighting with the courage of despair.”

      Liked by 20 people

      • freddy says:

        I love your comment and would only add they were surrounded and taken to the gallows as a warnimng to others lurking in safety who would consider treason and sedition ever again……

        Liked by 4 people

    • emet says:

      That Sun tze teaching drove General Stillwell crazy in Burma. You see, Chiang Kai-Shek followed this strategy, and everytime Stillwell and his Chinese troops had the Japanese surrounded and were preparing to basically slaughter them, the Generalisimo would let them go. Stillwell referred to him as the peanut.

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    • Bigfoot says:

      If Mueller dropped the probe he’d end up with two self inflicted gunshot wounds to back of head

      Liked by 3 people

      • H.R. says:

        Yeah, but probably in a nicer park than Ft. Marcy as a sign of respect for previous services rendered.

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      • WSB says:

        He will anyway. IMHO.

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        • All must be seen through “they thought she was going to be elected” glasses. That explains most of what is going on.
          Meanwhile lib commies are freaking out our wonderful PDJT is coming to CA. to peek at the wall samples and raise a few shekels ………….:-)

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      • I read he is winding down the conclusion aspect and then focusing on the obstruction. Don’t ask me where I read it; I work on a computer all day and take little breaks reading such things, including this site, and I don’t write down where I read something…just a quickie sort of thing…

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      • SJM says:

        Brings back memories of that “Liberal” icon, LBJ, and his hitman, Malcolm “Mac” Wallace, who eliminated a key Dept. of Ag investigator into LBJ’s corrupt cotton price support scam, Henry Marshall, who was shot five times with a single-action right hand bolt rifle…
        Marshall was left handed…You guessed it, Texas authorities ruled it a suicide.

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    • littleflower481 says:

      like

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  4. Scitt says:

    Can Sessions now end Muellers Hunt for Red October?

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  5. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    HURRAY. Congrats. We could have told you that 11 1/2 months ago.
    No you can get onto more pressing matters at hand that are way overdue for some attention.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. FL_GUY says:

    After this report and exhaustive investigation demonstrating no colusion, Rosenstein should shut Mueller down immediately. If he doesn’t Rosenstein should be demoted or fired and replaced with an honest Deputy AG who will do so.

    Liked by 18 people

    • f.fernandez says:

      Rosenstein will either be demoted/fired or resign with release of the I.G.’s report. Having signed the last extension on Page he can only plead incompetence or willingness to go along with using Dossier for FISA.

      Liked by 10 people

      • Bobthebuilder says:

        We shall see.
        I reached a different conclusion than you.
        We are assuming Rosenstein signed the final extension during 2017.
        Did it ever occur that this may have been in the middle of or at a critical discovery point in the DOJ IG / assigned prosecutor’s investigation, and the DOJ leadership (e.g., Sessions and Rosenstein) did not want to compromise the operation while all the conspirators were still actively involved, and the case was still being put together (i.e., the dots were not completely connected)?

        Perhaps, Rosenstein had to sign it in the best interest of the investigation… to keep the investigation going smoothly without the co-conspirators (co-workers) figuring out what was going on and then wreaking havoc.

        In essence, there is a significant counterintelligence component here, whereas the co-conspirators being investigated are the people who work alongside and among you.

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        • f.fernandez says:

          Outstanding viewpoint. Totally possible. Thanks

          Liked by 1 person

        • RLC2 says:

          And, per Sundance’s theory that there is already a DOJ prosecutor (confirmed indirectly by Sessions) looking into this, and the FBI small group has been told to “shut up, and get your lawyers while you can”, then Rosenstein could just as easily be one who was asked to flip, or else, and he is in place, to help scoop up information, and dig out more as needed, under the direction of that internal prosecutor, using that the OIG is providing, in advance of wrapping up.

          This seems to be most likely, ie that Rosenstein is a white-hat, at this stage (never mind Uranium One, that has to be unpacked later, separately- but since Rosenstein ran that for awhile, with Mueller- he is more useful close-hold, under orders, rather than set to the side, suspect and lawyering up, too. )

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          • RLC2 says:

            PS: read somewhere that “two retired DOJ attorneys write CTH” – another says its a retired grocery store manager, plus some friends. I guess either way CTH is punching above its weight if the left is rattled enough or dirty-snarky enough to say so.

            Any comment? or am I impolite to tread upon “OPSEC”?

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        • Sharpshorts says:

          If Rosenstein signed the extension (knowing the extension was bogus) in order to continue an important [counter] investigation, it brings up an entirely different issue: ie. should law enforcement be able to break the law to investigate law breakers?
          An “end justifies the means” rational is not good practice of law enforcement…Neither is the idea that “some people in law enforcement are more equal than those who are not in law enforcement”.

          No one is above the law in the United States of America.

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    • Kaco says:

      Yes, we’re waiting, Rosey.

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    • Newt Love says:

      But Deputy Dog Roddy Rosenstein is enjoying the creative prosecutorial theories that Special School Counselor Robber MuleEar is inventing to desperately attempt to find anything to indict President Trump on, so that Robber MuleEar will deliver a final gift to his Goddess, Hilarious Klingon.

      Here are som selected quotes and a citation:
      “Special counsel Robert Mueller and his prosecutors have invoked an unusual “conspiracy to defraud the government” charge to ensnare a Russian cyber network and could use the same legal strategy to go after President Trump and his associates, even if the conspiracy is not linked to a criminal act.
      . . .
      The authors add that “unlike conspiracy to commit an offense, conspiracy to defraud the United States need not be connected to a specific underlying crime,” and “defraud” is not defined by the law.
      . . .
      Because Mr. Mueller is alleging conspiracy to defraud the FEC, DOJ and State Department, some legal scholars say recent commentary about “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Kremlin is misdirected. Instead, he appears to be building a case with the FEC, DOJ and State Department at its core — not the Kremlin.
      . . .
      Following that line of legal logic, any Americans who knowingly assisted the IRA troll farm — by feeding them information or directing them on how to employ that information — would be taking part in its scheme “to influence the U.S. election behind the back of the U.S. government.” They would thus be guilty of committing a crime — even if what they thought they were doing was legal.”
      https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/mar/12/robert-mueller-invokes-conspiracy-defraud-governme/

      So Robber MuleEar is going to indict half of FaceBook users?
      What an idiot. This flaky legal theory will not survive the Supreme Court, where any indictment of a sitting President is sure to go.

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        They’ve first got to determine whether indicting a sitting president is even a viable legal option.

        The Constitution specifies how to impeach and convict a president and the words “Special Counsel” or “Grand Jury” are mentioned nowhere in that article.

        No wonder Mueller’s leakers are hinting that they’re punting the obstruction charges for now.

        Yea, Bob, we know – you’re waiting until November, what a coincidence!

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      • lizzyp says:

        Shouldn’t that line of attack also snare quite a few Clinton/ DNC agents?

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      • kingfisher73 says:

        Rubber MuleEar LOL!

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    • PoCoNoMo says:

      I’m thinking co-founder of Judicial Watch, Larry Klayman.

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  7. Leapin says:

    What is the response from the Schiffhole?

    Liked by 8 people

    • MissX says:

      Redacted.

      Liked by 21 people

    • deqwik2 says:

      Chad Pergram has several tweets about what Schiff said. All nonsense.

      1.There was collusion but the Reps are protecting the POTUS 1st over the country.
      2.They didn’t get answers they needed from witnesses.
      3. The Russians do have leverage over POTUS but House members are choosing to ignore it.
      4. It’s not Mueller’s job to tell American people what happened. It was the committees job & they have walked away from it.

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      • Leapin says:

        That’s a Schiff response from Schiff. He will be saying the same thing 10 years from now but hopefully when he does he’s in prison.

        Liked by 10 people

      • TarsTarkus says:

        He forgot to add that Putin must have had leverage over the Republican committee members to so dastardly terminate their investigation without recommending indictments for the traitor-in-chief (sarc)

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        He is just upset that his TV time will be dramatically cut.

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      • The Devilbat says:

        How about having an investigation into Obama’s now proven false birth certificate?

        The top document specialist in the US and the top document specialist in Europe both agree that both Obama’s birth certificate and his selective service card are forgeries.

        Both men agree on exactly how the documents were made. They have positively identified the real birth certificate that Obama’s false birth certificate was copied from.

        Is it worse to be maliciously accused of being a Russian agent or being proven outright to be a usurper to the presidency of the United States?

        Both parties knew all about Obama being a fraud and nothing was done. Reports indicate that the republicans were ordered to keep quiet about it. WHY??? Who was behind that?

        We the people deserve more than this. For any politician reading this, I for one hold you in contempt. I openly accuse you of either being crooked, cowardly or just a plain idiot.

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        • SJM says:

          Bravo, TD !!!….Use Mueller’s legal theory against Bath House Barry’s fraudulent b-certificate.

          From Newt Love above:
          “Special counsel Robert Mueller and his prosecutors have invoked an unusual “conspiracy to defraud the government”

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        • kroesus says:

          ALL serving members of Congress were sent copies of Mike Zullo and Sheriff Joe’s Bammy Fraud Report in 2011 and NOTHING was done about it….they are all complicit in the greatest scam ever committed in America

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    • lastinillinois says:

      He will probably show up on The View and Morning Jokers tomorrow to give his rebuttal.

      Liked by 10 people

    • ForGodandCountry says:

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  8. tax2much says:

    There was plenty of collusion. It just happened to be between Obama and Clinton and the FBI.

    Liked by 26 people

  9. Michael Campbell says:

    Those are definitely some super serial recommendations. I think I’d be a bit more afraid if I were to receive a more typical sternly worded letter.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Tired Mom says:

    After how much time and how much money wasted!

    Liked by 12 people

  11. Ziiggii says:

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  12. Katie says:

    But…but…but…he tweets too much. Impee fohty fi! Impee fohty fi!! 😉

    Liked by 12 people

  13. nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

    This would be shocking if my cognizant abilities were actually as low as “the overeducated useless political professionals” give me credit for.
    I suppose that I should not be able to think that the Clinton Foundation receiving approximately $145 million from Russia was to pay for “thank you cards”.
    Let us move on to bigger and better things… like a wall and the impeachment of Federal District Judges that refuse to honor the Constitutional Authority provided to the President of the United States.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. applevista says:

    With trillions at stake, I doubt there is anything the “bad-guys” want to give up on. Like a backyard dog on a bone, they’ll continue to worry the bone.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. StanH says:

    No Sh_t Sherlock!

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Replace the word “illusion” with the word “collusion” in the song “JUST AN ILLUSION”
    Performed by Imagination, which was in the soundtrack for the 1986 movie “F/X
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089118/?ref_=ttsnd_snd_tt

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  17. WeThePeople2016 says:

    So, what is Burr and Mark Warner going to do now? Warner is crying about now. Yet, he is the one that was caught colluding with the Russians. Hello, Rosenstein and Mueller. What are you going to do now? The longer Mueller’s so-called investigation goes on, the more of a spectacle it looks like from here on out now that an official Congressional report has closed the case on Collusion.

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  18. Gov Jay says:

    More wasted taxpayer dollars for the most part… after telling us what we knew already… on the other hand, they did expose FISA abuses…

    Liked by 2 people

    • blind no longer says:

      Right I just want to see some indictments, like Sally Yates or Brennen or Comey. Take your pick, but somebody, we just need one BIG FISH to get us started.

      Liked by 1 person

    • NC PATRIOT says:

      That is Nunes’,committee——they have done a hefty job (the memo—FISA abuses etc.)
      BTW–they are getting their Congressional salaries.The Republican Congress has supported MAGA with bills of all sorts.(including repeal of O’Care) THEY HAVE EARNED THEIR KEEP.

      That is why we NEED to hold the House. It is Mueller that is costing the taxpayers heavily.

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  19. Westernwhere says:

    Have people seen this? It seems like a deep state attack, via the house and senate.

    https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/03/07/dems-m07.html

    “An extraordinary number of former intelligence and military operatives from the CIA, Pentagon, National Security Council and State Department are seeking nomination as Democratic candidates for Congress in the 2018 midterm elections. The potential influx of military-intelligence personnel into the legislature has no precedent in US political history.”

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  20. missilemom says:

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  21. Rooster says:

    Don’t get our hopes up,,,,,,, AGAIN

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  22. terry says:

    Just listened to Tom Rooney on CNN
    with Erin Burnett. He said something pretty interesting.

    He said he believes the russians were
    holding back damaging info on Clinton
    because they thought she would win.

    He basically implied they didn’t release it
    because they were going to blackmail her.

    That’s quite something to say that one
    candidate was going to be blackmailed.

    Naturally the host didn’t ask a follow up
    question.

    I wonder what more he knows ( and the DOJ ?)
    about what info the russians have. Hmmm.

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    • Sporty says:

      Megan Kelly just accused Putin of having dirt on Trump. Do you see how this works. Accuse your enemy of your shortcomings

      Liked by 7 people

    • lizzyp says:

      That’s what I’ve thought all along- that they had all kinds of dirt on her, so why would they prefer Trump when she was the more predictable and the more controllable of the two. My opinion is they owned her. Maybe her emails, maybe details of payoffs and shady deals, maybe all of the above, but they know exactly who she is.

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      • ForGodandCountry says:

        My $$ is on the “willing casting couch participant” horse. Prostitutes gonna prostitute.

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      • TarsTarkus says:

        If they had dirt on her (which would be no surprise), they would not have been able to blackmail her had she gotten elected. Because she knew that she had a permanent ‘get out of jail card’ paid for by her fawning press and the Deep State and so could ignore any accusations made against her or claim they were part of the Grand Right Wing Conspiracy. Now if they waved a Jackson in front of her on a hook and then dragged it through a trailer park . . .

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    • Ackman420 says:

      It’s a given that the Russians have leverage dirt on her. So do the Chinese, et al. Her private server had next to no security measures and was loaded with SAP and TS info. That’s just her server. The entire world has shit on everyone in this day of tech comm.
      Tells you just how clean PDJTVSG is when the biggest scandal is a trist with a porn star, 10 years ago.
      She is dirty and our hero isn’t.

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    • Emeraldstar says:

      There’s been quite a lot of talk, on other sites, about an impending drop of an absolutely d**ning video of the Hildabeast, TOXIC in the extreme. Some say there are more which are to be released, and are all sourced from the Weiner (“Charlie Danger” IIRC) laptop (other videos of which – not to be released – made NYPD officers physically sick with retching, after having viewed them).

      This is why the NY Slimes ran the story of “deepfake” vids late last week (i.e., vids shopped to replace faces), and then CBS aired the same story of video taint/fraud.

      The theme was “Don’t believe your lying’ eyes!”, to insulate from the Cankles vid(s). Getting out ahead of the drop(s), is their plan.

      The M[arxist]SM ploy ain’t gonna work …

      IMO, Putin wanted the Broom Pilot (not PDJT) to win, for the blackmail reason you cite. Another tale of projection, and Alinsky deception, from our Clowns-In-Action through their media shills.

      Emeraldstar

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “This is why the NY Slimes ran the story of “deepfake” vids late last week (i.e., vids shopped to replace faces), and then CBS aired the same story of video taint/fraud”

        That is enough verification for me.

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        • Emeraldstar says:

          Yup – it’s ALL coordinated.

          But, by winning the election, we and President Trump upset their implementation schedule, and flushed them out before they were fully ready. That is, before they were in a position NOT TO CARE whether they were fully visible.

          As Tolkien said, “The hasty stroke goes oft astray.”

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        If there’s a damaging “deepfake” video of Hillary out there, then it also follows that any damaging videos of Trump must also, necessarily, be a “deepfake” as well.

        If only they had any credibility left…

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    • Leapin says:

      There is a group of Russian oligarchs that all have connections to the Clintons directly or through others like Tony Podesta.

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  23. fanbeav says:

    Mueller Probe To Take Another Unpredictable Turn After Unusual ‘Conspiracy to Defraud Government’ Charge Invoked
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/03/mueller-probe-take-another-unpredictable-turn-unusual-conspiracy-defraud-government-charge-invoked/

    And now there’s this from Mueller’s team?

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    • The Boss says:

      This is 100% conjecture from lefty sources who are hoping for a wet dream. Mueller had zero input to this idiotic piece.

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Oh good Lord.

      Here’s that Benjamin Wittes fellow raising his nasty Lawfare head again…

      ——————–
      Mueller invokes unusual ‘conspiracy to defraud government’ charge to ensnare more targets

      https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/mar/12/robert-mueller-invokes-conspiracy-defraud-governme/

      (exceprts)
      Last month, Mr. Mueller, a Republican and former FBI director indicted 13 Russian nationals connected to the Internet Research Agency (IRA) Russian “troll farm,” accusing the IRA of interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election by spreading fake news stories through U.S. social media. The same approach was employed in securing a plea deal last month with Rick Gates, the aide for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.

      What has attracted attention in legal circles is the underlying legal theory behind the indictments, accusing the Russians of essentially committing a crime by preventing agencies of the U.S. government from carrying out the duties. Mr. Mueller appears to be leveraging the theory “into a powerful instrument with respect to both foreign and domestic actors,” according to a recent article on Lawfare, a national security blog by the Lawfare Institute and Brookings Institution.

      Emma Kohse, Harvard International Law Journal editor-in-chief, Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the Lawfare blog’s top editor, argue that, based in the language of the indictments and the legal precedents behind them, the “conspiracy to defraud the government” charge provides the Mueller team with significant flexibility in trying to build a case against Mr. Trump and members of his 2016 campaign.

      Mr. Mueller’s prosecutors charge in the indictment that the Russian defendants conspired to obstruct U.S. government agencies in multiple ways, including improper campaign expenditures, failing to register as foreign agents carrying out political activities and also deceitfully obtaining visas — in essence blocking the Federal Election Commission and the State Department, among other agencies, from doing their jobs.

      ——

      Because Mr. Mueller is alleging conspiracy to defraud the FEC, DOJ and State Department, some legal scholars say recent commentary about “collusion” between the Trump campaign and Kremlin is misdirected. Instead, he appears to be building a case with the FEC, DOJ and State Department at its core — not the Kremlin.

      And, the authors note, it’s not much of a legal stretch to go after U.S. citizens who aided the Russian troll farm in the conspiracy against U.S. government agencies.

      “To allege that a new conspirator had joined such a conspiracy, Mueller would have to allege only that such a person — presumably a new defendant — had agreed to participate in a scheme of deceit by which the FEC, the Justice Department or the State Department was deprived of its regulatory authority,” Ms. Kohse and Mr. Wittes write.

      Following that line of legal logic, any Americans who knowingly assisted the IRA troll farm — by feeding them information or directing them on how to employ that information — would be taking part in its scheme “to influence the U.S. election behind the back of the U.S. government.” They would thus be guilty of committing a crime — even if what they though they were doing was legal.

      They also could very likely have not known that they were assisting a Russian plot to meddle in the 2016 election, U.S. intelligence sources have repeatedly told The Washington Times.

      “Mueller is targeting the ‘useful idiots’ who worked as Russian propagandists who didn’t even realize who they were working for,” a source told The Times.
      ———————–

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      • Following that line of legal logic, any Americans who knowingly assisted the IRA troll farm — by feeding them information or directing them on how to employ that information — would be taking part in its scheme “to influence the U.S. election behind the back of the U.S. government.” They would thus be guilty of committing a crime — even if what they though they were doing was legal.
        So Mueller is going after the enemedia? Didn’t they assist in the attempt to influence the election by publishing all that propaganda garbage that they were paid to publish by Fusion GPS? Now that would be real justice if he went after the sanctimonious talking heads … but I’m not holding my breath.

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        • ForGodandCountry says:

          “So Mueller is going after the enemedia?”

          I would be floored to see that happen. Floored, I say!

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        • Sassy says:

          Would these be the leftists who “unwittingly” allowed Russian trolls to organize anti-Trump protests? Or the BLM people who “unwittingly” got paid by Russians to teach “self-defense” classes? Or is he going after the lone conservative who took a call or answered an email from a Russian (iirc) and said something like “concentrate on purple states?”

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      • “…U.S. intelligence sources have repeatedly told …” sounds like how Farkas talked, doesn’t it?

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  24. Little Annie’s Fannie says:

    Time to clean house in every Intel agency. Any holdovers could and probably will be used to do spying since no consequences have come forth so far.
    Sorry but we need fewer, not more, government employees running for political office. We need to drain the swamp not become mired down in it!

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    • singingsoul says:

      It looks to me Mueller and his cabal have gone full KGB , Stasi and SS in the US. You pick one that is fitting because all three names apply to these unethical curry people .

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  25. lizzyp says:

    I’m guessing this means the IG Report, and the subsequent can of whoop a$$, can be expected to drop at any moment? Would that explain Hillary’s nasty comments about all those racist, sexist, backward states that didn’t vote for her?

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  26. patrickhenrycensored says:

    The dead horse is now in mueller’s bed.

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  27. Dani TX says:

    He said he found no evidence of collusion between EITHER party and the Russians. They don’t believe that Hillary’s campaign and the DNC knew that Steel was dealing with the Russians. BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  28. pam2246 says:

    Maxine Waters’ Parody Account…. 😂

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  29. Vince says:

    I am interested in the recommendations to improve election security. What’s good to protects us from Russians should also be good for protecting us from Mexicans.

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  30. The Boss says:

    Starting around 3:10 the discussion moves to who was interviewed and were those witnesses enough to support the conclusions of the committee. No mention made by either Congressman Conaway or John Roberts of the five witnesses who were to testify in January (Page, Strzok, Priestap, Ohr and if IIRC Baker). Recall that direct quotes attributed to Ohr and Priestap were in the Feb 2 memo released by the committee. Instead, Conaway says they had enough testimony to augment the 300,000+ documents they looked at.
    This tends to cement the idea I first saw here that the “missing five” are cooperating with prosecutors and are therefor not available to the committee.

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  31. Ziiggii says:

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  32. freddy says:

    The GOP RINOS who were in on all this ruse to take down the POTUS we elected should escape attention nor punishment. This investigation should never have materialized nor any of those down the road. This was a coup de etat and lucky to have Nunes to save the day. The other nasty low life GOP guys who enabled this for Schiff to make a public spectacle and all of us. Hillary heard the news and fell on her aZZ.

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  33. CNN. “Republicans are shutting down the investigation”. Now clinging to intelligence assessment…

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  34. appadoo9 says:

    Good, but better would be the eventual incarceration of high ranking officials, with recognizable names

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  35. Who is this Trump appointee standing by Intelligence Report at the DNI – Brian Hale.?

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  36. WSB says:

    “Additional follow-on efforts arising from the investigation include oversight of the unmasking of Americans’ names in intelligence reports, FISA abuse, and other matters.”

    So, to me this is the silver bullet. What does this sentance actually mean, and when will we have the information on the unmasking?

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  37. MTK says:

    Now, onward with the collusion investigation of HRC/DNC and the former adminstration to subvert the will of the American people. In addition to the numerous corruption, obstruction and abuse ‘matters’ that HRC’s election was required to sweep under the rug.

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  38. WSB says:

    And now, what to do about General Flynn, all of the unmasking victims, and the abuse of taxpayer funds?

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  39. Ziiggii says:

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  40. daughnworks247 says:

    I’ve read it. Husband read it. All in the house read it.
    I’m still confused.
    Does this mean Nunes will NOT pursue the problems at State Dept for “Phase 2”? And is only making recommendations?
    What happened?

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  41. Xmatrix says:

    I totally disagree. We see multiple instances where the Clinton campaign and the DNC pay the law firm that paid Christopher Steele to build a dossier which was full of Russian propaganda! There’s your collusion between the Russians and the Clinton campaign. They think we’re dumb stupid and ignorant! All they simply tell us is that we need to vote their you know what out of office!

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  42. jameswlee2014 says:

    Sundance posted some time ago that Sessions had a secret prosecutorial investigation running concurrently with the IGs investigation. Wanna make some money? Call your broker and get into a long position in the entire fake beard sector.

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  43. Scout says:

    This won’t affect Mueller in the least.
    His aim is to provide an excuse for the Dems to have hearings to impeach PDJT.
    Russians, business, what the Pres had for breakfast, it doesn’t matter.
    If that isn’t possible the fall back position is for Mueller to go on until at least the 2020 election, to surround PDJT with an air of illegitimacy and illegality.
    Mueller should be given a cut off time. Say 4 months then send him back to his pal Comey.

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  44. deqwik2 says:

    Sara Carter is reporting that the House Intel Committee may have found one of the leakers.

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  45. wyntre says:

    FTR.

    Anyone who thinks Mueller is closing up shop, read what Rosie had to say, today.

    Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general, says Robert Mueller is ‘not an unguided missile

    WASHINGTON — Despite unrelenting criticism from the White House on the course of the investigation into Russia’s election interference, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Monday offered unqualified support for special counsel Robert Mueller.

    “The special counsel is not an unguided missile,” Rosenstein said in an exclusive interview with USA TODAY. “I don’t believe there is any justification at this point for terminating the special counsel.”

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/03/12/rosenstein-mueller-not-unguided-missle-interview/416388002/

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    • Bill says:

      I see, zero difference between Rod Rosenstein and his predecessors. If follows, that anyone he is supporting or that he supports is a black hat. Mueller will not close up shop until he creates or manufacturers something to hang on the President.

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  46. jbowen82 says:

    Is it time for Goodlatte?

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    • Ziiggii says:

      says who?

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      Wait…you tweeted that Sessions is a “black hat” on the thin gruel that Clapper has escaped perjury charges because of statute of limitations rules on ONE congressional testimony he gave?

      Interesting.

      Perhaps it ever occurred to you that Clapper could yet be indicted on any number of different, more serious charges that don’t have SoL rules…to say nothing of so much else in your hasty rush to condemn the AG.

      Ho hum.

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  47. kingfisher73 says:

    More than ever, this reflects the absolute necessity that the DOJ proceeds aggressively to indict, prosecute and CONVICT the real criminals – we all know who they are so I won’t bother with the list.

    Among many compelling reasons, It could be possibly the only way to compensate in spirit, those whose lives have been degraded and in some cases destroyed – General Flynn, Paige etc..by the foul, political, swamp TDS CARTOON witchhunt perpetrated by the enemies of Donald Trump.

    I fear that the swamp gatekeepers may use this outcome to disappear into the shadow of 5 second sound bites and justify abandoning their duty to the American citizen taxpayer…

    Jeff Sessions, Rod Rosenstein, IG Horowitz

    DO YOUR DAM JOBS!

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  48. patrickhenrycensored says:

    You know Trump’s gonna light up twitter any minute now.

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  49. youme says:

    Is Mueller delusional?

    Mueller will indict every single American before his reign is over.

    “Special counsel Robert Mueller and his prosecutors have invoked an unusual “conspiracy to defraud the government” charge to ensnare a Russian cyber network and could use the same legal strategy to go after President Trump and his associates, even if the conspiracy is not linked to a criminal act.

    Emma Kohse, Harvard International Law Journal editor-in-chief, Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the Lawfare blog’s top editor, argue that, based in the language of the indictments and the legal precedents behind them, the “conspiracy to defraud the government” charge provides the Mueller team with significant flexibility in trying to build a case against Mr. Trump and members of his 2016 campaign.”

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/mar/12/robert-mueller-invokes-conspiracy-defraud-governme/

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      ……………..”and could use”……………………….
      PIPE DREAMS

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    • TMonroe says:

      Note the lawfare site and Wittes, Comey’s buddy pal connected to that key NYT leak aimed at getting a swamp guard, I mean, special counsel, appointed.

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    • Peter Rabbit says:

      Will be much disinformation in the days ahead surrounding this headline of “No Russian Collusion by Either Campaign”. No collusion with Russians by Clinton Inc. made possible because Russians may Not have been directly involved in Steele dossier. Seems that vast majority of those dossier lies came from Sid Vicious and colleague plus other Clinton acolytes, including Fusion GPS team.

      This does not mean Clinton Inc. is not guilty of much more serious offenses carrying serious jail time and confiscation of assets.

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      • Andy says:

        It’s unlawful to solicit, pay for, or receive anything of value from a foreign national in a federal election. Steele was a foreign national. Slam dunk case against her, her law firm and Fusion GPS. She also disguised the nature of the payment when she filed her expense forms with the Federal Election Commission. Another crime. I’d love to see her in an orange jumpsuit, but it looks like DOJ is too busy chasing down MS-13, sanctuary cities, and the Oakland mayor. I did notice how quickly Sessions opened an investigation on the Oakland mayor — took like 24 hours. Not the same sense of urgency when it comes to Hillary. I’m betting she skates.

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    • none other says:

      I mean no disrespect but that’s bogus, Nonsensical and about as foolish as it gets . Mueller was appointed while 2 of the nations biggest FBI/DOJ corruption cases in OUR history where in progress. Additionally he was appointed by a Comey leak of documents THAT DEFEND TRUMP.

      Apply common sense please. The Collusion conspiracy was INVENTED by Law enforcement and Democrats. Now ask yourself. How does Trump obstruct a false charge when he is the victim ?

      The Firing of Comey was planned durring their 9 one on one meetings. All of ya use to scream FIRE COMEY , why is COMEY still there . Ya all did it for months. Mean while Comey and Trump are TRYING TO FIGURE OUT how to get a Special counsel appointed. And his firing was the first attempt. When that failed and clearly Democrats and Republicans where not going to appoint one . Plan B took affect . Comey leaks a partial memo. ( remember these memos defend Trump)

      The entire time line from November 2015 until right now. If taken and placed on a white board. Lays out exactly what happened as well as who , what , where why , when and how. Like a movie plot, once you assemble all currently known facts into the time line you end up with a story that is irrefutable.

      The issue with this “Movie” is you are getting parts in the second hour , that BELONG in the first hour..We are told Comeys conclusions had been altered by Strzok and the DOJ almost a year after he gave his press conference. Then we find out his leak , well it defends Trump MONTHS after that leak set the wheels in motion for a sp counsel.

      You see this is the task we all face. Information given to us over 2.6 years. All out of order and more importantly , LONG after an event took place. The tar mac meeting . We now know someone at the FBI snitched Lynch and Clinton out. A year after it happened. We also know the conclusion was not written by Comey. As well as Lynch told Comey to call it a matter. We also here, Comey showed lynch evidence she was working with DNC officials. She told Comey if that is all “you should leave my office” . We found this out 11 months after HIS press conference.

      It is a confusing mess for most. It takes hours and hours to put it all in line. But once you place all the facts in a time line based on people places and times. There is a clear answer.

      BUT IT IS COUNTER to the group think because the common conclusion is Comey / Mueller / Sessions / Rosenstein are all swamp black hats. And I am sorry to say if that’s your view. You should be looking closer.

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