Amid fresh fears that President Donald Trump will fire top federal officials investigating alleged Russian election interference and actions by his campaign and administration, a Senate committee on Thursday approved a bill that aims to protect the probe, putting pressure on Senate leadership to bring it to the floor for a vote.
Collusion? No collusion? You can bet the damn farm there was a whole lot of things that were illegal and/or treasonous by the trump gang, then and now.
What always gets many arrogant criminals may not be their original crimes, but the cover-up! When Mueller’s investigation began it may have been about “Russian meddling” but any good investigator or prosecutor follows the stench of corruption and money - money to Russian oligarchs and bankers trump is in bed with, payoffs and threats against women he actually was in bed with, and current contempt for, and violations of, the Constitution & Emoluments clause, and so much more, cronyism, nepotism, selling US foreign policy to a foreign power - Israel (where the Hell is THAT “meddling” investigation of APAC & Israel?), and trumps premeditated destruction of laws and regulatory agencies to protect the health and safety of Americans, as well as giving the Uber-Wealthy and financial pirates advantage after advantage (the tax cut theft scam) at the great expense of the 99%!
The best government for the few that bribe money can buy. The justice seeking American people are the primary enemy of this government. Self important money grubbers is all we get nonstop. Shady wheeler dealers out of every crack and crevice. To stop it seems near impossible.
For those still claiming ‘no collusion ‘
From the WP
No collusion.” That’s their explanation for the Trump Tower meeting; for Carter Page’s Russia contacts; for George Papadopoulos’ Russian contacts; for everything Paul Manafort did; for the campaign’s enthusiastic use of the material hacked from Democratic email systems; for conversations with the Russian ambassador that Michael Flynn and Jeff Sessions later lied about; for all of it.
And Ms. Veselnitskaya also appears to have recanted her earlier denials of Russian government ties. During an interview to be broadcast Friday by NBC News, she acknowledged that she was not merely a private lawyer but a source of information for a top Kremlin official, Yuri Y. Chaika, the prosecutor general.
“I am a lawyer, and I am an informant,” she said. “Since 2013, I have been actively communicating with the office of the Russian prosecutor general.”
In regards to that phone call Kushner made to a blocked number setting up the meeting
Wonder who he was calling…Daddy?
McConnell does NOT want the investigation to continue. WHY??? He will do as he wishes despite the growing number of Congress people who want to see the investigation continue until it has concluded. Is he afraid of something???