One of the most often overlooked pieces of evidence that casts doubt on the left’s claim of Russian collusion during the 2016 election is rearing its head once again.
For those of us living in caves, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating all manner of incidents involving all manner of loose Trump acquaintances over the course of the last two years. In this time, Mueller has managed to charge a number of small time players with a plethora of insignificant process crimes, presumably under the guise of getting one of these folks to “flip” on the President.
So far, he has had no luck, and the American people are growing tired of the charade. Especially when the actions of President Trump seem to indicate that he’s no stooge to the Kremlin.
His latest round of sanctions against the Russkies even has Putin’s military leaders making threats toward the US infrastructure in space.
Russia has threatened to cut off a supply of rocket engines that are crucial to the U.S. space program in retaliation for surprise sanctions over the Skripal poisoning. The U.S. announced Wednesday it would impose new sanctions after Washington determined Moscow had used a nerve agent against Russian former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia. Dawn Sturgess, a mother of three, died after coming across remnants of the poison, which also affected her boyfriend, Charlie Rowley.
Russia continues to deny any involvement in the attempted murders using a Soviet-era nerve agent known as Novichok.
This certainly doesn’t seem like the sort of buddy-buddy relationship that Mueller is allegedly investigating.
Earlier today, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani even went so far as to warn the nation that the Mueller investigation will certainly not be “fizzling out”, but, instead, will likely end in a bang.
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