Repost By the_truth_about_america_is: The latest not-so-smoking gun in the ‘Mueller time’ saga – the indictment of 13 Russian nationals suspected of interfering with American democracy – comes at a time when it is certain to get the least media coverage.
#FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller published the indictment on Friday evening – just two days after a high-profile school shooting in Florida. Both factors are likely to reduce the media coverage of the release, which apparently falls short of expectations of a smoking gun to take down the administration of Donald Trump, which many ‘Russiagate’ proponents have been hoping for. “The fact that Mueller dumped these indictments out today proves that he is kind of hoping to go undercover – as far as is possible – to go undercover with political news like that,”conservative radio host #DavePerkins told #RT . “[Mueller] has indicted these Russians knowing that he will never actually have to bother to prosecute them. Which is why he indicted them for peculiar, almost not-named crimes, very low-level things.” “What has happened is #Mueller is setting himself up, having tossed red meat to the base on the left: here is your Russians, here is your conspiracy, see, they have tried to affect the outcome of the election. And then he can fade back into the hedge.” The indictment targets Russian nationals allegedly involved in a campaign meant to sow discord in America through social media. The document does not mention the hack of the #DNC server or the phishing attack on #HillaryClinton campaign chair #JohnPodesta , which both resulted in leaks of sensitive emails. Nor does it indicate that any of the #Russians colluded with the #Trump campaign or any other individuals in the US. Nor does it claim that the persons indicted were acting on orders from the #Russian government. The document says there was no evidence the alleged campaign had any impact whatsoever on the outcome of the election.
Friday afternoon is “a great time to release news if you want to bury the news,” Just Foreign Policy Group director Robert Naiman said, though he doubts this was done intentionally.
Part 1. 13 Russians were indicted by a grand jury in Washington faced with multiple charges for their work on a " Troll Farm" a name used for an organization who will work together to create online traffic favoring specific topics in attempt to influence people and may even spread misleading and false information. The Internet Research Agency as it was called is being Investigated for it's role in the 2016 election. Full article in bio.#trollfarm#mueller#russia#specialcounsel#news#politics Source:The New York times
#Russia ’s #troll identities were more sophisticated than anyone thought
The Russian troll farm has been hit with its first major indictment. Today, special counsel #Robert#Mueller laid out his criminal case against Russia’s Internet Research Agency, charging that the #agency engaged in a sustained campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election. It’s a major shift for the organization, which has largely escaped blowback from the## US, and it gives us the best look yet into how the Russian influence campaign actually played out.
#California man charged by #Robert#Mueller ran a scheme to defraud e-commerce companies
In addition to issuing an indictment for several alleged #Russian#trolls today, special counsel Robert Mueller also released plea deal documents outlining a strange plan by #Ricky#Pinedo , a #California man who sold bank accounts in order to bypass e-commerce companies’ identification systems.
jusr so we're clear, this is the president of the united states using the murder of seventeen children to deflect attention away mueller's indictment of 13 russians who were actively interfering with the election. when paul ryan et al say 'don't politicize this tragedy', they usually mean 'don't bring up gun control' not 'don't undermine the rule of law' ... [ Florida school shooting: Trump slams FBI over attack - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43102312 ] ...
[ President Donald Trump has rebuked the FBI for missing signals before Wednesday's school shooting in Florida. He said the agency was "spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign". "There is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud," he said. ]
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Oh really? I would've never known. LOL Of course they did. They posted false propaganda and fooled all those on the far left. I knew something fishy was going on when Jill Stein had lunch with Michael Flynn and Vladimir Putin. She should be called to testify about her little lunch.
All the Russians wanted to do was to undermine Hillary. Everyone knew Bernie had no chance and he just made EVERYTHING worse when he refused to drop out. There was no way for him to win in April of 2016, yet he stayed in until July of 2016. He gave his supporters false hope, thus letting the Russians fool his supporters to hating Hillary Clinton even more. And plus all of that, I'm sure Stein was racking up some Russian money by trying to steal some of these far left voters fooled by propaganda.
The Russians hated Hillary Clinton and they had a good reason: she's a strong woman who loves America. They supported those who wanted to see America destroyed.