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You are reading page 31 of Special Council Muller Report. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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"From June 2016 until the end of the presidential campaign, almost all of the U.S. rallies organized by the IRA focused on the U.S. election, often promoting the Trump Campaign and opposing the Clinton Campaign. Pro-Trump rallies included three in New York; a series of pro-Trump rallies in Florida in August 2016; and a \ series of pro-Trump rallies in October 2016 in Pennsylvania. The ... \. Florida rallies drew the attention of the Trump Campaign, which MINERS FOR TRUMP posted about the Miami rally on candidate Trump's Facebook"

 

Listen carefully: Please!!!!

 

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"The IRA recruited the U.S. For example, the IRA targeted the family of and a number of black social justice activists persons from across the political spectrum".

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2 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I find it fascinating that some believe that reading the Mueller report would be a waste of time but continue to make comments and share opinions on the report which have not been benefitted by review of facts. This represents a culture of ignorant arrogance within the GOP which sets the stage for continued indoctrination.

Reading 400+ pages isn't much of a challenge for most readers. I'm not certain why claims of reading the redacted report are met with such cynicism. 

 I guess I’m not alone.

“According to brand new CNN polling, the public is even less well-read when it comes to the full report. Just 3% of those polled said they had read "all" of the report while 10% said they had read "some" and 8% maintained they had read "a little" of it. Three-quarters of respondents -- aka the honest ones -- said they had read none of the Mueller report.“
 

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4 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

 I guess I’m not alone.

“According to brand new CNN polling, the public is even less well-read when it comes to the full report. Just 3% of those polled said they had read "all" of the report while 10% said they had read "some" and 8% maintained they had read "a little" of it. Three-quarters of respondents -- aka the honest ones -- said they had read none of the Mueller report.“
 

Well, Luv has provided you with some very nice snippets.

Very compact and easy to read.

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5 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

 I guess I’m not alone.

“According to brand new CNN polling, the public is even less well-read when it comes to the full report. Just 3% of those polled said they had read "all" of the report while 10% said they had read "some" and 8% maintained they had read "a little" of it. Three-quarters of respondents -- aka the honest ones -- said they had read none of the Mueller report.“
 

It's quite apparent that you are not alone.  

It isn't clear why people prefer ignorance in a subject that they are interested in, but quite a number have, on a variety of topics. From science to history to religion to politics etc, there are Americans who hold strong beliefs which are not informed by facts or evidence. 

 

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5 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

It's quite apparent that you are not alone.  

It isn't clear why people prefer ignorance in a subject that they are interested in, but quite a number have, on a variety of topics. From science to history to religion to politics etc, there are Americans who hold strong beliefs which are not informed by facts or evidence. 

 

I said I wasn’t alone.  That doesn’t mean that I (and others here who haven’t read it) are ignorant  of what’s in the report.

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“Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s March “Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election” contains a glaring omission: Not once in the 448-page tome does Mueller mention an investigation into whether Russia interfered with the U.S. presidential election by feeding dossier author Christopher Steele misinformation.

But Mueller also did not charge Steele with lying to the FBI, or refer a criminal case against Steele to federal prosecutors, as he did when the special counsel uncovered evidence of criminal misconduct unrelated to the 2016 election. Given Mueller’s conclusion that no one connected to the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to interfere with the election, one of those two scenarios must be true—either Russia fed Steele disinformation or Steele lied to the FBI about his Russian sources.”

https://thefederalist.com/2019/05/06/major-report-omission-shows-mueller-either-incompetent-political-hack/

 

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2 hours ago, SC_RNDude said:

I said I wasn’t alone.  That doesn’t mean that I (and others here who haven’t read it) are ignorant  of what’s in the report.

It is possible to be familiar with the overall facts of the report without reading it in its entirety. The summaries are informative and there is an abundance of analysis both good and bad.  It is difficult to be unaware of what Russia did in 2016 as outlined in the report and also claim to be well informed about the content of the report. The Russian efforts and who assisted them how were central to the investigation. Lots of folks believe that was all a hoax because they heard that somewhere, and they wouldn't be caught dead reading the Mueller report.

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A poster on this thread, who poo-pooed the significance of the letter, now signed by 720 former federal prosecutors, stating Trump would be charged with a crime, if he wasn't in the WH, would benefit from reading a Washington Post story.

From today's WaPo:

Who Signed The Letter Asserting Trump Would Have Been Charged With Obstruction

As I stated in my original post, the signees are BOTH Democrats and Republicans, liberals an conservatives.

It is heartening, that liberal and conservative former prosecutors, HUNDREDS of them, are in agreement that Trump should face criminal charges.

Heartening, indeed.

It seems only the rabid right, who admit to not reading the Mueller report, are still defending a criminal.

SAD.

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11 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

It is possible to be familiar with the overall facts of the report without reading it in its entirety. The summaries are informative and there is an abundance of analysis both good and bad.  It is difficult to be unaware of what Russia did in 2016 as outlined in the report and also claim to be well informed about the content of the report. The Russian efforts and who assisted them how were central to the investigation. Lots of folks believe that was all a hoax because they heard that somewhere, and they wouldn't be caught dead reading the Mueller report.

The purpose of the investigation was not to investigate Russian interference.  We already have govt agencies who do that type of thing.  Such as the CIA.  Why would that be the role of a prosecutor?

The purpose was to get Trump.  The fact that Dems and the media are still trying to get him, and aren’t the least bit concerned about Russia interference, is all you need to see to understand this.

What about those who didn’t read the report, including those here, who agree with you?  Are they also ignorant and just parroting what they heard from someone they like?

 

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