DOJ Drops Rosenstein and Mueller’s Nonsense Case Against Russian Company Concord LLC…

Almost everyone who researched the substance behind Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller’s heavily promoted Russian indictments knew the underlying claims were centered on the thinnest of evidence.

A few Facebook memes were used to accuse Russian company Concord LLC of violating FARA and FEC election laws.

In July,2018, Robert Mueller asked a federal judge in Washington for an order that would protect the handover of voluminous evidence to lawyers for Concord Management and Consulting LLC, one of three companies and 13 Russian nationals charged in a February 2018 indictment. They are accused of producing propaganda, posing as U.S. activists and posting political content on social media as so-called trolls to encourage strife in the U.S.

Indeed, to an incurious media, a Russian catering company posting Facebook memes might sound like a good justification for a vast Russian election interference prosecution; however, when Concord & the accused Russians show up in court and request to see the evidence against them, well, the prosecutors might just have a problem.  It’s that problem that dogged the Mueller prosecution since 2018.   Today, predictably and finally, the DOJ dropped the nonsense case (full pdf below):

Here’s the Full Filing:

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The prosecution was always just a farce.  The ridiculous Russian indictments were only created to give some sense of validity to a premise that did not exist; and to allow the Robert Mueller investigation to continue operating when there was never a valid justification for doing so.

This was perhaps the biggest shell game operation, with a non-existent pea, using the DOJ and FBI to give the impression that something nefarious had happened; when factually the ‘Russian Conspiracy Narrative’ was all just one big hoax upon the American people.

The purpose of Robert Mueller was to create something, find anything, that would lead to their political allies being able to remove a sitting president.  Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein participated in that hoax for those intents….

This purposeful fraud has yet to be addressed.

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262 Responses to DOJ Drops Rosenstein and Mueller’s Nonsense Case Against Russian Company Concord LLC…

  1. Zydeco says:

    The Bad News Barr isn’t easily humiliated, is he?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      Sociopaths and Narcicists have no shame, so no they can’t be humiliated.

      See it with Rosie,,Barr, Mueller,..and the list goes on.

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    • ms doodlebug says:

      Why would this humiliate AG Barr? This was an ugly Mueller-Rosenstein baby.

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      • abdiesus says:

        He’s in charge now, this is his case. If he gave a flying F* about justice he would .have IMMEDIATELY halted this bogus case, with prejudice, and he would have IMMEDIATELY prosecuted the lawyers who had been running the case for fraud among other things. But Barr does not give a flying F* about justice. Barr is simply the swamp with an endearing smile. But he’s just as anti Trump as Comey, Sessions, & Rosenstein. Heck, if he weren’t, there’s no way in H-E-double-hockey-sticks that the McConnell or the corrupt SSCI would have ever allowed him to be confirmed.

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          Ok. So everyone who has been confirmed into the different positions are anti-Trump or McConnell and the corrupt SSCI wouldn’t have allowed them to be confirmed. Got it.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Once again (how mzany TIMES, does this have to happen, before everyone figures it out?) A.G. Bill Barr FLUNKS a crucial test, on whether he is going to CLEAN UP the DOJ (Housecleaner) or just be a “cleaner” (cleaning up the mess, or the appearance, without addressing the endemic, underlieing corruption.

          Once?,….happenstance.

          Twice? ….coincidence.

          THIRD time? ,….enemy action.

          Bill Barr is WAY past his third time, past his “best buy” date, and should be shown the door.

          He is NOT serving his country, his boss, the people, the interests of Justice, or the Justice Dept. by continuing to support the cover up of the coup,
          AND supporting the culture of corruption and one-sided Justice prevalent and apperently pervasive in the Dept. Of Justice.

          Yes, he should have ended ALL the travesty cases he ‘inherited’from the Mueller investigation, called it out for the gross miscarriage of Justice it was.

          Exhonerated Flynn, dropped the case against Stone, dropped this rediculous russian case, fired and prosecuted the lawyers involved, to send a clear message in order to BEGIN to change the culture.

          At least Sessions formaly recused himself, Barr is just informaly, perenially out to lunch.

          NOT what our country needs, at this time from our A.G.

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          • Not a Barr fan here. However in this impeachment environment, I think he needed to let it play out, let the lawyers make their arguments, then utilize those to abound on prosecution. Otherwise he’s Eric Holder in the Philly voter intimidation case.

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            • JoAnn Leichliter says:

              Good point. It would seem that he just let the prosecutors continue to make fools of themselves and then finally throw in the towel. “You gotta show me yours, but I won’t show you mine” still won’t fly in a court of law.

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            • Dutchman says:

              We can agree to disagree. Its not one single inaction, but the cumulative effect.
              He talks a good game, of defending the Constitution, while standing by as its shredded.

              SOP for Uniparty, talk a good game, but total lack of action, just like Graham as Chair of Judiciary, Burr as Chair of SSCI, or McConnell.

              Its the Uniparty, Rino way. They show just as much contempt for WE, the people, as the Dems; they think we are so lo-fo, lo attention that we will be deluded by their words, and won’t notice their lack of actions.

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              • Dutch, I don’t think you’re wrong in your opinions of Barr. However, if he was truly on the people’s side, I believe this would have been the correct way to play it. It’s like the broken clock being right twice daily in my eyes.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  He’s not just a broken clock, he’s one that is running backwards, or that someone is constantly resetting. Its NEVER right, IMHO.

                  So yes, agree to disagree.

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          • Parker Longbaugh says:

            I am going to be attacked but everyone must understand that General Flynn plead guilty multiple times to a judge. I do not believe he is guilty, I do not know the reasons why, and do not know why he did plead guilty, but he plead guilty.
            He plead guilty. He plead guilty.

            I was once arrested for a crime I did not commit. I fought the charges. The person falsely accusing me was exposed. I would have never under any circumstance including loss of money or freedom, which did happen for a short period of time, plead guilty.

            I pray the crimes against General Flynn are ultimately revealed and his life returns to normal.

            But he plead guilty.

            An Officer and a gentleman, a person of integrity, would never swear in court they were guilty of something they were not guilty of, it does not happen to those with honor.

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            • gphx says:

              They were reportedly threatening to pick up his son and put him in solitary. If you’d prefer to plead innocent because of a sense of honor and allow your children to be locked away good for you.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Might be appropriate to familiarise yourself with exactly what they did to Gen Flynn, before commenting.

              Its far too complicated to cover in a comment, but a summary.
              They set him up, set up his lawyers so they gave him advice to plead guilty, because it was in THEIR best intrrests, not HIS.

              Unless you read through Sidney Powells excellent briefs, which are written in plain, everday english, you really have no idea just how innappropriate and off base your comments are, IMHO.

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          • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

            Tim Shea is a Barr Vacancies Act appointee
            WHO SHUT THE CASE DOWN.

            Dear God.
            People here have literally lost their minds.
            They’re pissed when he does nothing and pissed when does something.
            And no longer can tell the difference.

            Cue: Bagpipe picture.

            If things haven’t been done to your liking by BARR
            BLAME HIS BOSS who keeps him around.

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            • IGiveUp says:

              Justice isn’t when a crime ceases. It’s when the guilty party is punished. So thank you Barr if you stopped this travesty. NOW do the second part!

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            • Dutchman says:

              His appointee shut it down, because he had no choice; they had no case.

              Back to, or still defending Barr?
              Disappointing but not surprising.
              Fred still flies free!

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              • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                Why didn’t Barr promote from within after Liu got lured away to a job that no longer exists?

                So l guess he had no choice in intervening in the Stone case or the Flynn case either.

                Weird how SERENDIPITOUS this all is…..right after impeachment failed.

                That’s 3 in a month……guess it’s just a coincidence.
                Along with POTUS exiling 100 NSC employees, appointing Grenell, nominating Ratcliffe, withdrawing 2/4 FISAs

                Amazing what a bit of “elbow room” not having Damacles Sword hanging over your head is.

                Maybe Trump will now fire Barr so Mitch can pick him another one…..I hear Comey’s an attorney an has spare time.
                But his OP-ED about Barr “draining the trust reservoir” probably not a good start.
                Wonder why he said that about Barr?
                Probably the bagpipes.

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Not gonna engage in non productive, endless arguments/debates on the “Barr/Durham, cleaner or housecleaner” question.

                  You apperently are one of the few holdouts, still “trusting tge plan”.

                  Good luck with that,…

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                • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

                  Amazing how convenient and illogical your
                  “he had to” rule is….

                  As it only applies to Tim Shea who shut it down in a month….
                  And not Jessie Liu (a Trump appointee) who oversaw it for 2 years AND DID NOT.

                  What’s “trusty plan” about that?

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          • bodieisland says:

            Dutchman, I read somewhere that is the reason that Grennell was hired as Temp DNI. He’s supposed to take out the trash and then Mitch had better find the votes for Radcliff.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Thats the idea, as I see it; its called LEVERAGE.
              Grinnell, with Patel, are finding all the classified docs.
              I THINK declass, or “the kracken” is GOING to be released, one way or the other.

              Almost all judge positions have been filled, so;
              “Hey Mitch! WHAT have you done for us LATELY?
              (Other than obstruct, and force traitors into admin thru manipulating the confirmation process?)

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        • TPW says:

          Just tweeted Sidney Powell about what up with all her confidence in Barr. Really find that one baffling or its just for show…..draw more bees with honey and all that stuff.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        @ms doodlebug
        Tell me how many DOJ prosecutors that have been charged with criminal abuse of the levers of Justice?
        Tell me how many FBI and CIA creeps have been charged with trying to overthrow and election and a Presidency.
        They are running out the clock and sweeping their crimes to the side, under cover of a the Coronavirus. The Deep State Cesspool doesn’t care how much they stink. They know they control the U.S. government; that they are the Kremlin planted in Washington.

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        • ms doodlebug says:

          This has been going on for decades. Now President Trump and AG Barr are expected to swoop in like Superman and save us. If they don’t get it done today they must be corrupt.

          ‘They’ aren’t the problem! The snakes in Congress that we keep electing over and over are the problem. They are the ones who passed the laws that enable massive corruption while exempting themselves (and their equally corrupt ‘career’ assistants) from prosecution.

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  2. Here’s a Feb 2018 NYT article broadcasting Mueller’s indictment of these Russians. Lots of unsubstantiated claims, serious headline of course, and buried comments about how unimportant it really was. This indictment very much helped to promote the Russia Russia Russia story for the most important November 2018 elections. Here’s the NYT link:

    “13 Russians Indicted as Mueller Reveals Effort to Aid Trump Campaign”

    (btw, my Twitter account is virtually empty; basically only used to allow commenting from time to time)

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  3. Richie says:

    Is this true? Durham Probe Expected to End Sometime in July-September?

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    • Les D says:

      That’s the “leak’ no doubt from DOJ to their current media ‘ho. The buzzword included in this purposed pre-conditioning leak is the lingo “his report”. That’s the Vaseline for us that the guy in Deliverance didn’t get.

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    • Georgia says:

      It was over before it started….

      Liked by 1 person

      • sysconfig says:

        I am really disliking the Signals coming from the DOJ as if FISA and Mueller were not enough..Interesting that Durham would attach his name to the breaking arrest of a Malcontent Threatening to Kill Schill…You would think he would rather let someone else handle that. GP has the details.

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  4. Jeff says:

    Truthfully, I think the sentence above the one highlighted is the tell.
    “The risk of exposure of law enforcement’s tools and techniques.”

    Liked by 1 person

    • Beau Geste says:

      The ‘exposure’ of tools and techniques for generating false evidence for fake political indictments?

      “sunlight is the best disinfectant” Justice Brandeis

      Liked by 2 people

    • dilonsfo says:

      I believe you are correct. To believe that sentence you have to believe that you can’t prosecute crooks because it might expose how they collected evidence against them. One of the most proof bearing sentences to prove the oxymoron “intelligence agencies.” So far the only people charged and the charges not dropped are against allies of President Trump. In the case of Roger Stone who refused to plead to anything, the judge would not allow him to provide a defense stating his defense would expose law enforcement’s “tools and techniques” and could not be exposed for his defense. In Manafort’s case the government went after his crooked dealing in obtaining loans and stayed away from any Russian stuff. In General Flynn’s case they threatening his family with indictment if he didn’t plead guilty to lying to the FBI.

      Federal law enforcement is protecting itself from wrongful prosecutions by dropping cases that they can’t get a plea deal from using that sentence “exposure of tools and techniques.” Why? Because they are lying about evidence and illegally obtaining what evidence they were able to get. Meanwhile, people are going bankrupt fighting the charges filed agains them.

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  5. Blind no Longer says:

    Nobody will even notice now. Anything to do with Mueller, Rosenstein, Comey and crew, their illegal activity/spying and made up bullshit will go unnoticed now. They could frog march them in the streets handcuffed and nobody would notice.
    Everything is infected with corona virus now…just like they planned. An economy the envy of the world, has been wiped out with a sneeze. China and their partners are dancing in the bunkers!

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  6. arsumbris says:

    Years after the fact, Bill Barr’s DoJ finally drops a false prosecution produced by the Coup. Does anyone here still defend Barr, or is it finally obvious that he’s either incompetent or a Swamp Defender (or both)?

    Liked by 1 person

    • gda53 says:

      Very reminiscent of the talking heads on MSNBC. Whenever Trump (or in this case, DOJ/Barr) does an obviously good thing, they still find a way to change the narrative to portray Trump (DOJ/Barr) as evil for doing that very thing.

      You’re doing exactly the same thing as people you profess to disdain if not hate.

      Me, I’m going to let things play out and we’ll see what happens.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        barr is still responsible for continuing to prosecute General Flynn, at great expense to us, General Flynn, and the credibility/integrity of the courts/DOJ.

        Barr is responsible for withholding massive amounts of FOIA-ed records.

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  7. Bogeyfree says:

    There will be NO JUSTICE for this country until PT makes an AG change IMO.

    Without someone like Sidney who knows these evil doers first hand, who knows their play book and will be a dog on a bone ensuring every stone is turned over and administering equal justice regardless if they worked in the DOJ or FBI, Americans IMO will never see justice.

    IMO Barr and Durham are NOT the answer.

    Eugene Scalia and Sidney Powell are!

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    • TPW says:

      Powell defends Barr ????? or is this PANDERING

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        Powell knows Barr and has said she has great respect for him, but is puzzled by one of his actions in respect to the Flynn case. I can go to hervrecent speech to find particulars, or it can be found on YouTube.

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  8. joebkonobi says:

    Mueller and Co. were engaged in nothing less than legal terrorism. . .and got away with it and nothing has changed.

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  9. ltravisjr says:

    Hymph, I came into 2020 thinking was going to see the Deep State face justice and all I got was this lousy virus scare, an economic depression, and naked totalitarian overreach into our basic daily liberties.

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  10. Charlie Hargrave says:

    Until there are perp walks on cnn, none of this matters a whit.

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  11. Richie says:

    DOJ/Durham announced Monday that they charged a man who threatened to assault and murder impeachment ringleader Rep. Adam Schiff

    https://www.justice.gov/usao-ct/pr/torrington-man-charged-threatening-kill-california-congressman

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    • Beau Geste says:

      so durham can act quickly !! when he wants to.

      why durham? durham doesn’t need distractions because he is working so slowly on even easy indictments like faking evidence for submission under oath to a secret Star Chamber FISC that relies on honesty.

      AG Barr, please don’t distract the slow-moving durham any more.

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  12. TPW says:

    So”””is PT going to let them take down the whole economy as well? Put out the evidence PLZ

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

    So, basically, this would infer any of the cases against the other Russians would also be dropped (if forced to go to trial also).

    So, the Mueller team, in essence, isn’t pursuing charges against any Russians in the 2016 election interference investigation.

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  14. Jerry Hodge says:

    Remember that Rod R at DOJ held a press conference showcasing these indictments right when Trump had met with Putin at a summit meeting.

    As Paul Sperry reports, this is now the second leg of the Russian hoax stool that has broken along with the Russian collusion leg. The last leg still in tact is the Russian DNC / Hillary hack.

    Tick Toc……

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  15. An says:

    The “balance has shifted” they say? Really? They were already not present in the USA when charged, the only thing that changed was when they showed up in court and demanded to see the evidence against them.

    The last few lines are basically an admission that these lawyers wanted a win by default without showing any of their cards. Their apoplexy at the thought of having to reveal the lack of evidence they have for these claims is too funny and their filing flat-out admits that they thought they could somehow finish this case without doing that. Something that would only be possible should they have a defendant not show up, giving them a win by default.

    It’s amazing to see that they don’t even seem to realize what they’ve admitted to. Their own filing shows their case to be a knowing sham. I only wish I knew of some way to call them on that.

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  16. zekness says:

    3 clustered questions:

    1. show examples of what content concord produced…was any of it effective at achieving a proven change of any votes? was any evidence proved that concord was acting to represent some foreign entity?

    2. who is the principle financier of concord? What other kinds of business/content does it operate?

    3. on what predicate basis did the FBI FIRST learn and then to begin an investigation of concord….date and time, and by whom….and more to the point, out of all of the social media distortion entities that were operating at the time, why does this one rise to the top of the heap and not any other?

    simple questions…

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      And let us not forget that (as the defendant’s attorney points out) one of the indictments was of a company that did not exist when the alleged “crime” was committed.

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  17. convert says:

    ….and all the Dems are claiming on social media that “Crooked Barr and Trump let the Russians off the hook.” Sigh. They know zero about what a travesty the case was from a legal standpoint and what a reprehensible, unprofessional and unethical cluster the Mueller prosecution swere. The media made sure if that.

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  18. John-Y128 says:

    When is the DOJ going to drop Flynn’s non-sense case?
    I’m really beginning to HATE the federal government’s judicial biases, prosecuting only what they wish to and the SCOTUS BS slogan ‘Equal Justice for All’, on the front of their government bunker.

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  19. Doug Amos says:

    Meanwhile, Bull Durham has arrested someone for threatening Schiff’ his first action in a 2 years old investigation. Everything. all of it, created and perpetuated by the media, as is Corona; they are the biggest hoax of all.

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  20. iconoclast says:

    The indictment of Russian bots undoubtedly was Andrew Weissman’s handiwork, intended, as Sundance said, to give the bogus investigation an air of legitimacy and to buy time to keep the investigation alive until after the 2018 elections. Weissman is a snake and belongs in jail.

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  21. Mathias says:

    It’s not just the Deep State Bobby Mueller coup-cops & swampers that we have to worry about. The police who arrived on the scene of that Andrew Gillum hokey-pokey love triangle, immediately realized he had to be protected from arrest, so there would be no positive drug test on his record. Talk about the law making a split-second decision to “throw a guy a bone.” Lots of bone throwing that night. Is this another Comey example of “by the book, buy the book”? But rest assure, Hannity claims 99.9% of the mall cops he’s met, would chase Satan to Hell, to enforce a jaywalking violation.

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  22. Guessed says:

    One of the accusations is that “Bertha Malone” posted Facebook memes in 2017. To influence the presidential election of…2016? Or the midterm elections of 2018?

    What is up with that?

    Both memes appear to be truthful, too, for that matter.

    Too bad we couldn’t see the legal back and forth in real time.

    I bet some junior attorney at DOJ was given this file and told to go through the motions of prosecuting it. Your first big case, kid!

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  23. Cocoon says:

    When an Acting USAG announces in a national press conference indictments in foreign involvement in our elections, one expects the government would pursue those charges in its OWN Courts to the end.
    And yet, after two years, US Govt drops the charges?
    That’s embarrassing and does not reflect well on our own legal system here or around the world.

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  24. Pew-Anon says:

    Posting memes on social media during an election, if done by anyone other than muh Russia, would be called “free speech.” Hey Barr, now that you’ve dropped this fraudulent case, how about dropping the other one against Flynn? Go ahead. No one will notice because muh coronavirus.

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  25. gwsjr1 says:

    Its so convenient the media is currently occupied with whipping up hysteria over this year’s version of the cold virus.

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  26. Also, Communist Judge Amy Berman Jackson has yet to rule on Roger Stone’s Motion for New Trial and Cernowitz’s Motion to intervene to obtain juror names and their interrogatories? She was in a big hurry before. Maybe she is waiting for Barr’s testimony on March 30 before House Intel? https://newspunch.com/corrupt-stone-judge-amy-berman-jackson-jail-journalist-expsed-juror-bias/
    Judge
    Court appointed attorney to provide pro bono legal representation.

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  27. TwoLaine says:

    So, how many of Mueller’s cases have fallen apart so far?

    This one and Flynn’s partner’s case. We know Flynn’s is a dud, PapaD’s was a dud and should be overthrown, Roger Stone’s is a dud.

    They never filed anything against the guy who THEY CLAIMED started it all, Carter Page

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  28. MelH says:

    Andrew McCarthy’s book on this subject is out now, which caused Amazon to put all the other books about the coup on sale. The unfortunate part is, the Democrats will never see or read or accept the information that Mueller’s Report was all a fake. Initiating Martial law and holding Military Tribunals has been suggested, because indicting so many people would take YEARS if it were all done the regular way. If you could indict just 5, which 5 would YOU choose?

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