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Last Friday, a federal grand jury sitting in Washington, D.C., indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian corporations for conspiracy and for using false instruments and computer hacking so as to influence the American presidential election in 2016. The indictment alleges a vast, organized and professional effort, funded by tens of millions of dollars, whereby Russian spies passed themselves off as Americans on the internet, on the telephone and even in person here in the U.S. to sow discord about Hillary Clinton and thereby assist in the election of Donald Trump.

Though an indictment is a charge only, it presumably relies on hard evidence of a wide and deep Russian project — so wide and so deep that it could only have been approved and paid for by the Kremlin. President Trump’s national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, characterized the allegations in the indictment as “incontrovertible.” The New York Times reported over the weekend that its Russian sources have now revealed that more than 1,000 people in Russia were involved for over three years.

The project was run out of an office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, which also houses the Kremlin’s favorite caterer, a company owned by one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s close friends. The techniques outlined in the indictment include using false and fictitious names, bank accounts and websites; organizing rallies and marches in the U.S.; making thousands of phony web posts; and aggressively revealing embarrassing data about Clinton.

The Russian work even included the orchestration of a few pro-Clinton rallies so as to deflect suspicion away from all these new pro-Trump entities that appeared to have come out of nowhere.

Though Donald Trump told folks as far back as 2011 of his interest in running for president and though Clinton ran in the Democratic primaries in 2008 and 2016, as well as in the general election in 2016, the Russian scheme appears to have materialized at some point in 2014.

The dates are important because we know from the revelations of Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency, the federal government’s domestic spying apparatus, began its pursuit of capturing all electronic data on everyone in the U.S. in 2001 and succeeded in mastering the capture of all keystrokes, telephone calls and digital traffic by 2005. We also know that the NSA traffic proceeds through FBI computers and that the CIA keeps constant tabs on Russian spies in Russia and elsewhere.

Why didn’t the CIA or the NSA or the FBI pick this up?

That is the $64,000 question that the indictment does not address, and we may never know the answer to it. If the purpose of all the warrantless spying — in direct contravention of the Constitution, no less — is to keep the country safe from foreign assault, whether by bombs in a subway or by guns in an office building or by hacking into computers, why didn’t our 60,000 domestic, and God only knows how many foreign, spies catch this Russian interference?

ORDER IT NOW

One answer is information overload. By spying on everyone all the time, the spies have too much data through which to sift, and they miss the evidence of coming terror — just as they did with the killings in Orlando, in San Bernardino, at the Boston Marathon, on a New York bike path and even recently at a school in Florida, all of which were preceded by internet chatter that would have tipped off a trained listener to the plans of the killers.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s efforts to uncover the Russian interference are not a “hoax” or a “witch hunt” as President Trump has argued. They are serious and professional efforts that have now borne fruit. But Mueller was not appointed until after the election — after the Russians ran unchecked through our computer systems and the American marketplaces of ideas.

The joke in the D.C. legal community this week is, “We all want a front-row seat at the arraignments of the Russians.” That’s a joke because a defendant must be physically present at his arraignment, meaning — since the Kremlin will surely not send its indicted spies here — no arraignments will occur. And no trials will occur.

These folks the grand jury indicted could be lured to other countries and arrested or even kidnapped there, but that would be very dangerous and would most likely invite violent retaliation. Even if these defendants ended up in a federal courtroom by murky or illegal means, that would not impair their prosecution.

However, because the American intelligence community has done similar “disinformation” projects in foreign countries (though not on this scale), these defendants and these indictments will go nowhere.

That leaves a question: Why would Mueller seek indictments of folks he knows he cannot prosecute? He did so for a few reasons. One was to reveal the scope of the unlawful activity that he has found. The American people are entitled to know what went on under our noses and who knew about this and looked the other way. As well, this indictment gives credibility to Mueller’s work.

The other reason for the indictment is to smoke out any American collaborators. He has identified American collaborators, but not by proper name, and the Department of Justice has said — not in the indictment, in which case it would be bound by what it says, but in a press statement, which binds no one — that the American collaborators were unwitting dupes of the Russians. My guess is that Mueller’s American targets are under electronic and visual surveillance and that he is listening to their (premature) sighs of relief.

It is a felony for foreign nationals to participate in American federal elections, and it is a felony for any Americans knowingly to assist them.

This is not the end of these indictments related to the 2016 election. It is the beginning.

Copyright 2018 Andrew P. Napolitano. Distributed by Creators.com.

 
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  1. D. K. says:

    My God, this former state judge is so full of shit! It is a felony for a foreigner to vote in a federal election; it is not a felony for a foreigner to “participate” in a federal election– i.e., to engage in speech or activity about a federal election. As for his parenthetical claim that our own government has not engaged in such activities abroad “on this scale,” that is one of the biggest howlers Napolitano ever has published! We spent at least five billion dollars overthrowing the democratically elected government of Ukraine, a few years ago, to mention just one of scores, if not hundreds, of such “disinformation” campaigns that our government has sponsored abroad, since the end of World War II. Napolitano’s hatred of Donald Trump, combined with the ideological delusion that is Libertarianism, has caused Napolitano to go off of the proverbial deep end. Mueller’s recent Russian indictments are a pathetic joke, not the beginning of the end of some Russian-American conspiracy to install a Kremlin stooge in the White House.

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    Andy isn't a libertarian. He managed somehow to get his bullshit posted to a few libertarian websites, but he's a typical republican FoxNews analyst as well as being a Fox contributor. I agree that he's full of shit, BTW.
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  2. I am disappointed at the judge buying into this story and accepting the integrity of this corrupt out of control deep state unit.

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    Pardon me, but you're "disappointed"? Do you still watch him on FOX?

    There's a reason that none of Mr. Napolitano's columns here has drawn even ten comments since Christmas: he is an Establishment tool, now fooling only people who think at TV level with his valiant defense of the Constitution in the abstract or in safely selected applications.

    As the Empire cracks, presstitutes are forced to choose between siding with the rulers or the subjects.

    Your "judge" has made his choice -- and he isn't "buying into this story," he's selling, hiking the hemline of his robe higher every week.
    , @Wally
    Justin Raimondo makes Napolitano look like a 1st class sucker.

    'Mueller’s Fraudulent Indictment
    The Internet Research Agency: clickbait farm or KGB plot?'

    https://original.antiwar.com/justin/2018/02/21/muellers-fraudulent-indictment/

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  3. Is it a felony to bus in illegal immigrants to vote?

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  4. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Well, shucks. No Russophobic dirk to look for this week in the folds of his robe — Mr. Napolitano is finally full on, swinging the Establishment sword at “the Kremlin” and “its indicted spies.” And he’s doing it to scare the American people.

    “It is a felony for foreign nationals to participate in American federal elections, and it is a felony for any Americans knowingly to assist them.” No citation of the statute(s), or of the particular acts among all “Judge” has mentioned within the scope of the subject indictment. He is endorsing the notion that, under the Constitution he pretends to cherish, a non-US citizen and any American “assistant” can be criminally convicted for “phony web posts” or “aggressively revealing embarrassing data about Clinton,” i.e., publishing anything deemed relevant to a federal election on the internet. If you suggested after Sunday School there in Nebraska that your friend check out those documents at Wikileaks, then will Mr. Mueller come for you? Well, that depends:

    “The other reason for the indictment is to smoke out any American collaborators. He has identified American collaborators, but not by proper name, and the Department of Justice has said — not in the indictment, in which case it would be bound by what it says, but in a press statement, which binds no one — that the American collaborators were unwitting dupes of the Russians. My guess is that Mueller’s American targets are under electronic and visual surveillance and that he is listening to their (premature) sighs of relief.”

    So don’t worry, Big Brother most likely still loves you, or at least won’t send you to your room. As long as you were only an “unwitting dupe,” and have stopped playing with the bad kids.

    Until Mr. Mueller could get here on his white horse, “the Russians ran unchecked through our computer systems and the American marketplaces of ideas.” You see, kids, the First Amendment is no longer prophylactic, something to prevent government from violating your natural rights to speak, hear, and think. Instead, things such as what I’m doing right now are like food stamps, political privileges redeemable only at Uncle Sam’s Club.

    I hope there’s no gentlemen’s agreement that precludes some of the other writers published on this website from confronting Mr. Napolitano on this vile column.

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    Cf., Mr. Whitney's column also published today at Unz.

    I'm still hopeful that this nonsense from Mr. Napolitano will be directly addressed by another columnist, or even Mr. Unz himself.

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  5. Renoman says:

    It’s the perfect scan, no one shows up to be charged so the proof is never revealed.

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    Wait a minute there.

    it presumably relies on hard evidence of a wide and deep Russian project — so wide and so deep that it could only have been approved and paid for by the Kremlin.

    Isn't that all the proof you need? What are you some kind of Commie?
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  6. anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    Well, shucks. No Russophobic dirk to look for this week in the folds of his robe -- Mr. Napolitano is finally full on, swinging the Establishment sword at "the Kremlin" and "its indicted spies." And he's doing it to scare the American people.

    "It is a felony for foreign nationals to participate in American federal elections, and it is a felony for any Americans knowingly to assist them." No citation of the statute(s), or of the particular acts among all "Judge" has mentioned within the scope of the subject indictment. He is endorsing the notion that, under the Constitution he pretends to cherish, a non-US citizen and any American "assistant" can be criminally convicted for "phony web posts" or "aggressively revealing embarrassing data about Clinton," i.e., publishing anything deemed relevant to a federal election on the internet. If you suggested after Sunday School there in Nebraska that your friend check out those documents at Wikileaks, then will Mr. Mueller come for you? Well, that depends:

    "The other reason for the indictment is to smoke out any American collaborators. He has identified American collaborators, but not by proper name, and the Department of Justice has said — not in the indictment, in which case it would be bound by what it says, but in a press statement, which binds no one — that the American collaborators were unwitting dupes of the Russians. My guess is that Mueller’s American targets are under electronic and visual surveillance and that he is listening to their (premature) sighs of relief."

    So don't worry, Big Brother most likely still loves you, or at least won't send you to your room. As long as you were only an "unwitting dupe," and have stopped playing with the bad kids.

    Until Mr. Mueller could get here on his white horse, "the Russians ran unchecked through our computer systems and the American marketplaces of ideas." You see, kids, the First Amendment is no longer prophylactic, something to prevent government from violating your natural rights to speak, hear, and think. Instead, things such as what I'm doing right now are like food stamps, political privileges redeemable only at Uncle Sam's Club.

    I hope there's no gentlemen's agreement that precludes some of the other writers published on this website from confronting Mr. Napolitano on this vile column.

    Cf., Mr. Whitney’s column also published today at Unz.

    I’m still hopeful that this nonsense from Mr. Napolitano will be directly addressed by another columnist, or even Mr. Unz himself.

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  7. Meh … Mueller has created a smokescreen to distract from his non-prosecution of real criminals, like HRC, Podesta, and even BHO himself. Trump ought to give them all pardons just to make a political point.

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  8. anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @exiled off mainstreet
    I am disappointed at the judge buying into this story and accepting the integrity of this corrupt out of control deep state unit.

    Pardon me, but you’re “disappointed”? Do you still watch him on FOX?

    There’s a reason that none of Mr. Napolitano’s columns here has drawn even ten comments since Christmas: he is an Establishment tool, now fooling only people who think at TV level with his valiant defense of the Constitution in the abstract or in safely selected applications.

    As the Empire cracks, presstitutes are forced to choose between siding with the rulers or the subjects.

    Your “judge” has made his choice — and he isn’t “buying into this story,” he’s selling, hiking the hemline of his robe higher every week.

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    Well, it seems you are wrong. Unless you are subtracting my comment and your comment, there are more than 10 comments.
    , @RadicalCenter
    Eloquent brutal putdown, wow! I’ve long followed and admired Judge Napolitano, but I’m deeply disappointed in him, and surprised.
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  9. “Special counsel Robert Mueller’s efforts to uncover the Russian interference are not a “hoax” or a “witch hunt” as President Trump has argued. They are serious and professional efforts that have now borne fruit.”

    Oh, bullshit. You watch too much TV, Andy. You can go back to writing your silly posts with dozens of “what if” questions now. I’ve read the last of your articles so that ridiculous style of yours won’t bother me.

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  10. @D. K.
    My God, this former state judge is so full of shit! It is a felony for a foreigner to vote in a federal election; it is not a felony for a foreigner to "participate" in a federal election-- i.e., to engage in speech or activity about a federal election. As for his parenthetical claim that our own government has not engaged in such activities abroad "on this scale," that is one of the biggest howlers Napolitano ever has published! We spent at least five billion dollars overthrowing the democratically elected government of Ukraine, a few years ago, to mention just one of scores, if not hundreds, of such "disinformation" campaigns that our government has sponsored abroad, since the end of World War II. Napolitano's hatred of Donald Trump, combined with the ideological delusion that is Libertarianism, has caused Napolitano to go off of the proverbial deep end. Mueller's recent Russian indictments are a pathetic joke, not the beginning of the end of some Russian-American conspiracy to install a Kremlin stooge in the White House.

    Andy isn’t a libertarian. He managed somehow to get his bullshit posted to a few libertarian websites, but he’s a typical republican FoxNews analyst as well as being a Fox contributor. I agree that he’s full of shit, BTW.

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  11. Muller indicted foreigners knowing they could not be extradicted to stand trial in the US. These indictments are “guerrilla theater” designed to justify Mueller’s investigation.
    What would Mueller do if Putin gets tough and: sends one Russian to the US; with say $100 million for his legal defense?
    Or if Putin offers to try the Russians in Moscow, in a Russian court, with Mueller prosecuting them?

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  12. @anonymous
    Pardon me, but you're "disappointed"? Do you still watch him on FOX?

    There's a reason that none of Mr. Napolitano's columns here has drawn even ten comments since Christmas: he is an Establishment tool, now fooling only people who think at TV level with his valiant defense of the Constitution in the abstract or in safely selected applications.

    As the Empire cracks, presstitutes are forced to choose between siding with the rulers or the subjects.

    Your "judge" has made his choice -- and he isn't "buying into this story," he's selling, hiking the hemline of his robe higher every week.

    Well, it seems you are wrong. Unless you are subtracting my comment and your comment, there are more than 10 comments.

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  13. What if even Andrew Napolitano succumbed to Big Lie techniques?

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  14. Though an indictment is a charge only, it presumably relies on hard evidence of a wide and deep Russian project — so wide and so deep that it could only have been approved and paid for by the Kremlin.

    The operative word here is “presumably”.

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  15. Why are so few people laughing at the microminiature level of this so-called meddling? These guys were run-of-the-mill internet trolls, engaging people in idiotic quarrels like trolls everywhere do.

    Meanwhile, how many American military bases sit on foreign soil where our people with guns and jets meddle for a living? How many countries get our ridiculously misnamed “foreign aid” where we tax America’s middle class to bribe foreigners’ rich people to do our bidding?

    To call this flapdoodle about Russian net trolling a joke is far too kind.

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  16. @anonymous
    Pardon me, but you're "disappointed"? Do you still watch him on FOX?

    There's a reason that none of Mr. Napolitano's columns here has drawn even ten comments since Christmas: he is an Establishment tool, now fooling only people who think at TV level with his valiant defense of the Constitution in the abstract or in safely selected applications.

    As the Empire cracks, presstitutes are forced to choose between siding with the rulers or the subjects.

    Your "judge" has made his choice -- and he isn't "buying into this story," he's selling, hiking the hemline of his robe higher every week.

    Eloquent brutal putdown, wow! I’ve long followed and admired Judge Napolitano, but I’m deeply disappointed in him, and surprised.

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    Thanks. Several of us here have gradually realized that Mr. Napolitano is no longer doing admirable work. I have been voicing my suspicion since comment #1 to his column of 11/2/17. It has been both fun and infuriating to look for and call out the slithery support for the Establishment's demonization of Russia, and his ancillary propagandandizing for bad actors in Washington who actually have been "meddling" in the 2016 election and since.

    To the extent of the power they wish to wield, democratic rulers must have problems to solve, crises to avert, and enemies from whom to purportedly protect their subjects. "Judge" (aka "Freedom Watcher" here at Unz Review) knows that, and he's willing to help and to subordinate his supposed Constitutional principles in order to retain his role in the Beltway Follies.

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  17. MarkinLA says:
    @Renoman
    It's the perfect scan, no one shows up to be charged so the proof is never revealed.

    Wait a minute there.

    it presumably relies on hard evidence of a wide and deep Russian project — so wide and so deep that it could only have been approved and paid for by the Kremlin.

    Isn’t that all the proof you need? What are you some kind of Commie?

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    Rather long on the presumptions and short on the hard evidence, no?
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  18. All of MSM is owned by one foreign entity with one anti-American agenda. They interfere in every election, hell they hand pick the candidates, make em sign a pledge/oath to the foreign nation.
    Will Mueller be going after any of these traitors?
    Why isn’t Mueller in prison for 9/11 cover up Mr. Sessions?
    We all know it wasn’t Muslims caught celebrating the attack, or busted with explosives inside of a van leaving New York. Why act like it isn’t common knowledge, you’re making the FBI look pretty stoopid Mr. Mueller….look even Faux News messed up and reported it…

    The Notorious Banned FOX 9 11 2001 News Footage Israeli Mossad Links

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  19. Amomynous says:

    Offering an opinion on world events, including the antics of Hillary Clinton, on social media is NOT participating in an American election. It’s done all the time, even by foreign leaders and over the mainstream media. It’s called speaking your mind or mouthing off. You want them all arrested, convicted and incarcerated? Where does this foolishness end?

    You want a much more accurate analysis of what went down here? Read David Stockman’s latest article on the matter: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/48841.htm

    Or view Jimmy Dore’s latest You Tube video showing examples of exactly what was depicted about the American candidates via social media: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0u8Icq7j7M

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  20. Amomynous says:
    @MarkinLA
    Wait a minute there.

    it presumably relies on hard evidence of a wide and deep Russian project — so wide and so deep that it could only have been approved and paid for by the Kremlin.

    Isn't that all the proof you need? What are you some kind of Commie?

    Rather long on the presumptions and short on the hard evidence, no?

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  21. Giuseppe says:

    However, because the American intelligence community has done similar “disinformation” projects in foreign countries (though not on this scale), these defendants and these indictments will go nowhere.

    Off the top of my head; Mossadegh, democratically elected leader of Iran, ousted in a CIA coup that installed the Shah; CIA coup in Chile that ousted democratically elected Allende and installed the dictator Pinochet; CIA coup in Ukraine several years ago that ousted democratically elected Yanukovich and installed puppets Poro and Yats; CIA involvement Chechnya, with the Contras in Nicaragua, recently in the coup in Honduras, CIA in the Bay of Pigs, CIA funding their activities and bribes through the illicit drug trade, the Color Revolutions, NGO’s, unsuccessful coup sometime back in Venezuela, and efforts there being renewed now, not to mention clandestine involvement we will never hear of all over the world…etc. etc. etc.

    No, not on this scale at all.

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    You forgot Bosnia and Kosovo, and also the whole Arab Spring--Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and the gem of them all, Syria. And how about Obama lecturing the British to reject Brexit.
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  22. anonymous • Disclaimer says:
    @RadicalCenter
    Eloquent brutal putdown, wow! I’ve long followed and admired Judge Napolitano, but I’m deeply disappointed in him, and surprised.

    Thanks. Several of us here have gradually realized that Mr. Napolitano is no longer doing admirable work. I have been voicing my suspicion since comment #1 to his column of 11/2/17. It has been both fun and infuriating to look for and call out the slithery support for the Establishment’s demonization of Russia, and his ancillary propagandandizing for bad actors in Washington who actually have been “meddling” in the 2016 election and since.

    To the extent of the power they wish to wield, democratic rulers must have problems to solve, crises to avert, and enemies from whom to purportedly protect their subjects. “Judge” (aka “Freedom Watcher” here at Unz Review) knows that, and he’s willing to help and to subordinate his supposed Constitutional principles in order to retain his role in the Beltway Follies.

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  23. Fran800 says:
    @Giuseppe

    However, because the American intelligence community has done similar “disinformation” projects in foreign countries (though not on this scale), these defendants and these indictments will go nowhere.
     
    Off the top of my head; Mossadegh, democratically elected leader of Iran, ousted in a CIA coup that installed the Shah; CIA coup in Chile that ousted democratically elected Allende and installed the dictator Pinochet; CIA coup in Ukraine several years ago that ousted democratically elected Yanukovich and installed puppets Poro and Yats; CIA involvement Chechnya, with the Contras in Nicaragua, recently in the coup in Honduras, CIA in the Bay of Pigs, CIA funding their activities and bribes through the illicit drug trade, the Color Revolutions, NGO's, unsuccessful coup sometime back in Venezuela, and efforts there being renewed now, not to mention clandestine involvement we will never hear of all over the world...etc. etc. etc.

    No, not on this scale at all.

    You forgot Bosnia and Kosovo, and also the whole Arab Spring–Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and the gem of them all, Syria. And how about Obama lecturing the British to reject Brexit.

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  24. Giuseppe says:

    Why can’t we just be a normal country again?

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  25. Kiza says:

    The judge is yet another regime’s idiot monkey. I used to read an odd article by him, but not any more. But his is a wonderful reflection on the state of US judiciary – totally corrupt and/or shit stupid, just like everything else in the country.

    Stop spewing stupidities monkey!

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  26. Wally says:
    @exiled off mainstreet
    I am disappointed at the judge buying into this story and accepting the integrity of this corrupt out of control deep state unit.

    Justin Raimondo makes Napolitano look like a 1st class sucker.

    ‘Mueller’s Fraudulent Indictment
    The Internet Research Agency: clickbait farm or KGB plot?’

    https://original.antiwar.com/justin/2018/02/21/muellers-fraudulent-indictment/

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  27. Judge, I used to be a fan. No longer! You have become a useful idiot for the Neoconservative traitors to this country.

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