Collusion at the RNC?

March 30, 2018

With Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russian nationals for allegedly trying to interfere with the 2016 election and Russia accused of poisoning an ex-spy and his daughter in London, President Trump expelled 60 Russian diplomats, and Russia retaliated by expelling 60 Americans. In an interview with NBC, Russia’s ambassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, denied that Russia interfered in the election or was behind the poisonings (he claimed there’s no motive; they had the spy in jail for five years and knew everything he knew.)

Antonov claimed that he can’t personally remember a time when relations between the US and Russia were so bad, and that the two nations can’t have a conversation about real problems because there’s such a toxic atmosphere of mistrust that the US blames Russia for everything, even bad weather.

Okay, while I take the denials of the non-weather accusations with a big grain of salt, I’m starting the countdown clock on how long it takes Democrats to blame Trump for ruining relations with Russia…

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/u-s-russian-relations-worst-ambassador-antonov-can-remember-n861391


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And speaking of “Russia-Russia-Russia,” word is that Robert Mueller is now investigating the 2016 Republican Convention, to see if the removal of proposed GOP platform language calling for the US to provide “lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine’s armed forces” was the result of collusion between Russia and Trump. Just a crazy thought, but maybe it was the result of Trump running on a promise of pulling back on US involvement in other nations’ conflicts in general. That was back when the Democrats were accusing him of being an isolationist America-firster instead of a Russian puppet.

If it helps speed this along, I was at the 2016 GOP Convention, and I would be willing to swear under oath that I saw neither Boris nor Natasha there. Although it’s possible they both could have been wearing brilliant disguise…

https://ijr.com/2018/03/1080387-mueller-rnc-investigation/

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  • COLLEEN RYAN

    04/03/2018 08:24 PM

    I can't wait till it's Mueller's turn to be indicted. The fact that he was Comey's mentor and friend should have immediately been cause for recusal. also, the fact that Mueller has mostly Dems that donated to the Clinton's on his committee should be another glaring problem. Why can't this be enough to remove him from his position? Oh, and the fact that Rod Rosenstein is buddy buddy with Comey and Mueller and was involved with the FISA warrants should be cause for HIS recusal! What the heck is going on? Am I the only one who thinks that the FBI has something on Jeff Sessions that is keeping him from doing His job? Why is Judicial watch having to file so may FOIA requests and Lawsuits against our own government to get answers that are supposedly owned by WE the People? Who is running the store? Why isn't Congress pushing harder for answers? Why are they taking so many vacations when our country is under assault from within? And why do they get a raise? This is nuts!

  • David Bradford

    04/01/2018 05:32 AM

    Some thing need to go

  • Mackie Braden

    03/31/2018 03:58 PM

    Why are the Republicans letting the Mueller Gang continue to spend our money when they could easily bring this to a stop. He’s had more than enough time.

  • Carol Vallie

    03/31/2018 03:20 PM

    I for one am tired of paying for this investigation. Aren't there bigger fish to fry.
    And by the way I think moose and squirrel had everything to do with Russia dipping into our election. How else could Hillary have lost.