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Vox.com: There’s actually lots of evidence of Trump-Russia collusion
By the same token, it’s certainly possible that the various Trump-Russia contacts never amounted to anything and that they’ve been consistently covered up for some reason otherthan an effort to hide collusion. But both the contacts that have been revealed so far and the deception used to deny their existence are certainly evidence of collusion — evidence that should be (and is being) pursued by the special counsel’s office and that should not be dismissed by the press or by elected officials.
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10 days ago by dpb
“Collusion against Trump” timeline | Sharyl Attkisson
On the other side, evidence has emerged in the past year that makes it clear there were organized efforts to collude against candidate Donald Trump–and then President Trump. For example:
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4 weeks ago by Jswindle
Rebecca Solnit: The Coup Has Already Happened | Literary Hub
"Over and over we’ve seen Trump contort his administration to serve Russia, whether he’s trying to hold back sanctions or to undermine the Paris climate treaty. The question isn’t whether we’re in a zombie horror movie starring an insane clown puppet with some very long and yankable strings, but what we’re going to do about it. Because what all those little pieces add up to, what the tangle sorts out as if you pay attention is: this is life after the coup.

After the coup, everything seems crazy, the news is overwhelming, and some try to cope by withdrawing or pretending that things are normal. Others are overwhelmed and distraught. I’m afflicted by a kind of hypervigilance of the news, a daily obsession to watch what’s going on that is partly a quest for sense in what seems so senseless. At least I’ve been able to find the patterns and understand who the key players are, but to see the logic behind the chaos brings you face to face with how deep the trouble is.

We still have an enormous capacity to resist the administration, not least by mass civil disobedience and other forms of noncooperation. Sweeping the November elections wouldn’t hurt either, if that results in candidates we hold accountable afterward. Or both. I don’t know if there’s a point at which it will be too late, though every week more regulations, administrators, and norms crash and burn—but we are long past the point at which it is too soon."
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4 weeks ago by robertogreco
The Mueller investigation reaches its one-year mark - The Atlantic
Summary & perspective on Mueller’s special investigation: special investigators during Bush Reagan Clinton & Nixon presidencies lasted years
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4 weeks ago by csrollyson
Russia ran U.S. election interference, no Trump collusion: panel Republicans | Reuters
Party trumps truth in #usa House reports on #russia #trump election meddling: Democrats working on their own report
politics  congress  house  report  republican  democrat  russia  collusion  2018  Q2 
7 weeks ago by csrollyson
“Collusion against Trump” timeline
Sharyl Attkisson's day by day timeline, starting in 2011.
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february 2018 by chrischantrill

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