Bipartisan Senate Intel report: Russia wanted DJT to win


Jul 2014
Trump asked the Urkaine to investigate possible interference, he isn't running around the world to convince other people.

Barr is

We just found out that U.S. Attorney General William P. Barr is doing some real legwork on probing the origins of the Russia investigation. The Washington Post reported Monday that he has traveled to Britain and Italy to secure help from those governments. He has also gotten President Trump to request similar cooperation from Australia.

The fact that Barr is going to such great lengths on this task is one thing. But what is he even after in those countries?

The answer suggests the investigation is chasing down some pretty bold conspiracy theories.

Below is a look at how each country could figure in to the investigation and what the prevailing theory might be inside Trump- and Barr-world.

Dec 2018
the Heart of America
The keyword being bipartisan.


The committee's recommendations come after months of intense partisan debate over how to address election security vulnerabilities, with the House passing multiple sweeping election security and reforms bills, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) blocking them in the Senate, citing concerns around federalizing elections.


Schumer also criticized McConnell for "hindering a full response" to election vulnerabilities ahead of the 2020 elections, saying that McConnell "continues to block a full-throated U.S. response today by burying meaningful election security bills in his legislative graveyard."


The Senate report noted that agents of the Russian Internet Research Agency (IRA) “sought to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election by harming Hillary Clinton's chances of success and supporting Donald Trump at the direction of the Kremlin."

Agreed, but most people already knew it. Heck, Trump even admitted it: