Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election

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    William Barr lied. And the Trump cult member swallowed the lie because it's what you want to believe. So let's see if all you Trump nut kissers are man/woman enough to really try discussing the Mueller Report.

    Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election

    Lest we start talking stupid about how Mueller never found anything.

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    This is all really old shit. We know all that HAPPENED. The investigation now is focused on whether any of that shit was justified. Trying watching something other than MSNBC. Even cnn is beyond this.
     
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    And of all those 2 people have been convicted or pleaded guilty, so what's your point? The special counsel can get indictments and not convictions?

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    Actually, most of the charges came back to work done for the Democrats, and Mueller stated that he couldn't charge Trump with anything...

    Time to pay the Barr Tab!!!
     
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    I don't know about curing cancer, but Biden could definitely cure one case of "cranial proctosis" (not to mention "hoof in mouth disease"), if he would say he has dirt on Hillary!!!
     

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