Ped_Yai wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:21 pm
I keep looking for some sign that anyone in this investigation has got to the "inch wide and a mile deep" stage. I'm not seeing it. I'm seeing the "mile wide, inch deep" phase going on for miles and miles. Now we've got Eric Prince in the Seychelles and the Byelosrussian tart in Pattaya.
Let me refresh your memory.
The Trump team said they had no contact with Russians during the campaign.
Then it was revealed that several members of Trump's campaign were paid foreign agents. One was literally being paid by Russian allied political groups in Ukraine.
Then it was revealed that Trump's people HAD met with Russians, and that they had lied about not meeting with Russians.
They claimed that yes, they met, but that they never talked about the campaign.
Then it was revealed that they had discussed the campaign during those meetings.
Then they said there was nothing wrong with discussing their campaign with the Russians.
We know that while he was campaigning, Trump was negotiating a second Trump tower in Moscow. We know that Trump and Kushner business ties to Russia and Putin allied oligarchs are a mile wide and a mile deep.
We know that Trump won't criticize Putin, and that anyone in his administration who does criticize Putin is fired immediately.
We know that despite congress passing sanctions against Russia, Trump refuses to enforce them.
We know that Russia was involved in distributing hacked DNC emails, and even the House Committee has admitted this, despite the fact that they've been coordinating with Trump during this entire investigation.
We know that several of Trump's team are either under arrest or have pleaded guilty to a variety of charges and that they're cooperating with investigators. It takes a while to build a case, but Mueller is slowly working his way, one flip at a time, into Trump's inner circle and even his family.
There is plenty more that I'm missing, but Trump is clearly in bed with the Russians financially and politically. It's unacceptable to have a president this compromised.
Be honest for a moment: If Obama's national security advisor was discovered to be the paid agent of a foreign government, would you have been a bit concerned?