Most of them were calling for speculation.
#83 | Posted by BellRinger
How much speculation is required?
Here are the facts:
During the election trump was sharing polling data with putin. Putin wanted trump to win and was spamming america with propaganda to help him.
After winning, trump rewrote the republican platform to allow putin to keep Crimea. This was the ONLY part of the platform trump bothered changing. (TELL YOU ANYTHING YET? YOU NEED TO SPECULATE REALLY HARD ABOUT THIS?)
Trump picked manafort as his campaign manager - a man who charged trump NOTHING, but was in debt to russians for 17 million.
Trump's team lied 100 times about their contacts with russians.
Trump obstructed justice to stop the investigation - as concluded in muellers report. Is obstruction still a crime?
Trump picked putin's favorite oil executive to run our foreign policiy. A man who had ZERO experience in government. But his company exxon stood to make a trillion dollars if sanctions against russia could be lifted. He tried to lift them but was thwarted.
Trump picked putin's favorite general as national security advisor. A man who was putin's guest of honor in russia and now spouts Q anon conspiracy theories to your whole stupid cult.
Trump dismantled the state department, moving or firing people who have been keeping russia in check for decades.
Trump weakened NATO, putin's biggest enemy.
Back before he was a politician, when he was just a failed businessman, no one would lend to trump anymore. But guess who would? PUTIN
Trump sold a property in florida 4 years after buying it to one of putin's pals, for 60 million more than he paid.
Trump lied about not having any projects in russia. He was even proposed a suite for putin in trump tower moscow.
Trump PARDONED the criminal who was found guilty of funneling russian money to the GOP.
These are all FACTS.
Now how much SPECULATION does it require to conclude russiagate was not a hoax and that trump's relationship to A HOSTILE FOREIGN NATION was not only suspicious, but corrupt and treasonous?