“The [liar] doth protest too much, methinks” — apologies to Queen Gertrude, as adapted from Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
There is already massive evidence of extensive collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians trying to get Trump elected, both as revenge for Hillary’s tough stance against Russian aggression and because electing Trump would destabilize the United States and undermine our (former) role as leaders of the free world.
Donald Junior provided the e-mails where he said they were going to meet in Trump Tower with a RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT ATTORNEY, Natalia Veselnitskaya, who has admitted she was a lawyer and government informant to provide dirt on Hillary Clinton. That is ILLEGAL and they should have gone straight to the FBI, as Al Gore did when offered stolen debate prep notes in 2000. If it is a “witch hunt,” Don Jr. provided the smoking broomstick.
We have the extensive trail of evidence of Wikileaks working for Russia for an electronic break-in. Trump praised Wikileaks and even called on Russia in a speech to do more to steal Hillary e-mails “Russia, if you’re listening…”
Trump’s second campaign manager, Paul Manafort, who got Trump to the nomination was a long-time Russian and Ukrainian foreign agent one of the crimes he is charged with because he never registered under the Foreign Agent Registration Act
Steve Bannon, Trump’s third campaign manager, established Cambridge Analytica to coordinate with Russian hackers to illegally steal millions of personal social media profiles and plant FAKE NEWS articles and manipulate user data.
Numerous direct encounters between Trump campaign staffers and Russians including numerous high-level meetings with top Russian officials during the campaign, transition and in the White House.
High level campaign aides had frequent exchanges with Russian hackers (Roger Stone and George Papadopoulos with Guccifer 2.0 and the “Internet Research Agency” in St Petersburg, Russia.
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Actually, his behaviors could be explained by a serious contusion in childhood? Tripped on his bonespurs and hit his head on his piggy bank?
This guy is just plain nuts. His recent tweets about John McCain alone can probably be used as Exhibit A in a court of law to prove incompetence, not to mention paranoid personality disorder.
I never hear him say NO OBSTRUCTION, which may turn out to be more serious than the collusion thing.
The Donald Trump drawing is almost as ugly as real life activities by that man.
Because collusion! Because collusion! Because collusion!!
A general guideline to #45 is this: if he says he didn’t do something, he did it. If he says he will do something, he won’t. Unless it (1) makes him money, or (2) gets him immediate attention.
It’s because he’s GUILTY AS HELL, but in his delusional mind, his saying something AUTOMATICALLY makes it true!
It.. “collusion”.. is a big word that does not trip him up.. and, trump likes the way it rolls off his tongue..
As Malcolm Nance has said, conspiracy is the term to use rather than collusion, which is very serious.
Many states are working toward the popular state compact, which would get rid of the electoral college. This needs to happen and it can happen. They are at 181 now and need to get to 270.
Saying “no collusion” works very well at distracting people from his actions that have nothing to do with Russia, actions that are destroying the country.
How about the Biden Abrams ticket? I think that could work.
Trump is plain nuts, not even fancy nuts.
Trump told one truth; “the election is rigged”. He did not say for whom.
The (sadly) funny thing is that Trump has gone from “NO COLLUSION” to “EVERYONE ELSE IS COLLUDING”. He has seriously alleged that comedians who make fun of him are “in collusion” with “liberal left media” (“AND RUSSIA!”) to attack him, and is demanding an investigation.
As the old saying goes, “If you can’t convince ’em, confuse ’em.”
The way Trump insults American war heroes like McCain makes me think that he plays for the Russian team.
Methinks he doth protest too much! Nicely done, Jim.
April 11, 2017