So let me get this straight. Mueller thinks he can charge people with conspiracy to commit a non-crime for unknowingly providing basic assistance and advice -- like, presumably, "Dude, you need to focus on battleground states!" -- to people they didn't know were Russians. That's absurd.
Charge the Russians for it, that's fine.
Charging Americans for taking perfectly legal actions because they didn't know the people they were talking to were Russians engaged in a conspiracy? That's a step too far.
Mueller's real strategy is clear: keep the "investigation" going until he goads Trump into firing him, and then charge Trump with obstruction of justice in impeachment proceedings initiated by the Democratic house following the 2018 elections.
This entry was published Tue Mar 13 09:23:33 CDT 2018 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2018-03-13 09:23:33.0.