Mueller Indictments Finds No ‘Collusion’ With ‘Any American’
Mueller Indictments Finds No ‘Collusion’ With ‘Any American’ And Russian Meddling Did Not Affect Outcome Of Election By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
– Mueller Spent Millions Of Dollars For “Collusion” Investigation Just To Bust A Russian Troll Farm?
While the massacre at a Florida high school which killed 17 people has been dominating the headlines, it has been noted that what we are not seeing in the headlines is the whole “Russian collusion,” narrative the media has been rambling on about non-stop for the last year.
Make no mistake, we are in no way asserting the horrendous school shooting shouldn’t be covered, we have covered the FBI’s extreme incompetence in regards to ignoring reports about the shooter Nikolas Cruz, ourselves, and will follow up with newer details being exposed, but that is no reason to completely ignore other news updating readers on the new Mueller indictments against a Russian troll farm, while determining that “no American,” colluded with the Russians, and their social media “interference” did not affect the outcome of the election.
MUELLER INDICTS 13 RUSSIAN, FIND ‘NO COLLUSION WITH ‘ANY AMERICAN’
Special Counsel Robert Mueller after spending millions of taxpayer dollars, indicted four Americans on charges completely unrelated to Russia meddling in the U.S. presidential election, and the bombshell news that broke on Friday is the Russian collusion investigation headed up by Mueller, has indicted 13 Russians for attempting to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election,” with no collusion on the part of “any American.”
While liberals are hailing this as a victory, screaming “Russian interference,” here are some key points:
According to the indictment, the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll farm, started interfering as early as 2014 in U.S. politics, extending to the 2016 presidential election. The defendants, “posing as U.S. persons and creating false U.S. personas,” operated social media groups designed to attract U.S. audiences by stealing U.S. identities and falsely claiming to be U.S. activists.
“Over time, these social media accounts became defendants’ means to reach significant numbers of Americans for purposes of interfering with the U.S. political system,” the indictment reads.
Yes, in six months, all Robert Mueller managed to determine that Russian have a troll farm to share social media and buy ads, to “influence,” an election (which everyone already knew), but it is the following statement that pretty much negates his whole investigative mandate of “collusion,” where the indictment asserts, “Russians also communicated with ‘unwitting individuals‘ associated with the Trump campaign and other political activists to coordinate activities.”
“Unwitting,” means no collusion with the Trump campaign as the legal definition of “collusion is: “Where two persons (or business entities through their officers or other employees) enter into a deceitful agreement, usually secret, to defraud and/or gain an unfair advantage over a third party, competitors, consumers or those with whom they are negotiating.”
The deliberate phrasing in the indictments has just signaled to the media and Democrats, that have been beating the “collusion” drum for the last year, that he wasn’t going to be able to deliver charges for their favored narrative and claim.
The DOJ press release about the indictments also makes that point, stating “The Russians also recruited and paid real Americans to engage in political activities, promote political campaigns, and stage political rallies. The defendants and their co-conspirators pretended to be grassroots activists. According to the indictment, the Americans did not know that they were communicating with Russians.”