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The “Russia Collusions” Drama Is Getting Juicy

In February when special counsel Robert Mueller indicted Russians for “conspiracy to defraud the United States” and “conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud,” I wrote this post on that, featuring an important post by Moon of Alabama.

In the Moon of Alabama post, Moon wrote that the indicted Russians hadn’t been engaged in a conspiracy to defraud the United States, but a “commercial marketing scheme which ran click-bait websites to generate advertisement revenue and created online crowds around virtual persona to promote whatever its commercial customers wanted to promote.”

It was really just a click-bait marketing scheme. So Mueller was just making the whole thing up, because he has nothing else. (Until now, that is, now that Mueller has gotten former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to cooperate with the Mueller-led anti-Trump fishing expedition.)

But now, according to Zero Hedge, one of the indicted Russians has actually appeared in court to fight the charges, which apparently Mueller didn’t expect. Mueller might have to withdraw the charges, which would supposedly damage the PR part of the anti-Trump crusade. With these two developments, it’s really getting juicy now.

 

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