New Manafort Revelations

May 2013
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#32
It appears you have no idea what this story is about so you question if experts on Twitter are valid sources?

Maybe try to understand the actual topic being discussed before you "chime" in.

Here is the short version for you

Paul Manafort shared 2016 presidential campaign polling data with Konstantin Kilimnik, a former employee whom the FBI has said has ties to Russian intelligence, according to a court filing. The apparently inadvertent revelation indicates a pathway by which the Russians could have had access to Trump campaign data.

The former Trump campaign chairman on Tuesday denied in a filing from his defense team that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for special counsel Robert S. Mueller III about that and other issues.

In his rebuttal to the special counsel’s claims of dishonesty, Manafort exposed details of the dispute, much of which centers on his relationship with Kilimnik. The Russian citizen, who began working for Manafort’s consulting firm starting in 2005, has been charged with helping his former boss to obstruct Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference into the 2016 election. He is believed to be in Moscow

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...ef28312c8b9_story.html?utm_term=.3ed35396ca94
Don't do the Rev's work for him. I've provided incontrovertible evidence IN the form of public filings and such. He either questions the source and is unwilling to click the links within, claims that the story doesn't mean anything OR that it means something other than the obvious. Hardcore Orangelings are entirely fact adverse. With some, it ain't worth the bother. :)

 
May 2013
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Ready for “no collusion” to turn into “collusion isn’t illegal”? There’s is simply no way to say there is no collusion any more

This and Veselnitskaya? That ship has long sailed
That sounds like an authentic "Rudy" doesn't it - Has he told us that conspiring with a hostile foreign government to rig an election isn't illegal yet? I'm honestly not sure. The Trumpdown has blinded the media to perhaps the most important revelation thus far in the Russia investigation.
 
May 2013
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Manafort insisted the polling data be passed along to oligarch Serhiy Lyovochkin


Yup.
Yep, there is a buttload of Russian money that poured into Dotards inauguration from Russian oligarchs (much of which went into his pocket). Hoping that's one of the first things investigated by the new House.

Following the Money: Trump and Russia-Linked Transactions From the Campaign to the Presidential Inauguration - Center for American Progress
https://abcnews.go.com/beta-story-c...ranted-unusual-access-trump/story?id=56232847

But for now they've probably got their hands full with Creepy Steve Munchkin and his lifting of sanctions on Deripaska companies for the next few days. So much corruption/ So little time.