You know, there are some human physical maladies/ disorders/ conditions that really have no blood/ DNA/ lab tests to aid in prognosis … they’re mostly diagnosed on a series of ‘circumstantial evidence’ type check list of symptoms. But this Trump-Russia-collusion crap has even far less ‘circumstantial’ evidence (and typically far-unrelated to the charge) but a far-far more-more growing body of empirical clinical evidence of a Clinton-Obama-DNC-Russia-collusion …
Polizette: Another Husband-Wife Team Linked to Fusion GPS Found in Russia Collusion Probe: Former Wall Street Journal staffers, one a veteran Obama and Biden aide, suddenly uncovered by House panel investigators
Investigators on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence appear to have uncovered a second husband-wife team who provided a conduit for opposition research by Fusion GPS into the highest levels of former President Barack Obama’s White House.
Shailagh Murray (shown above), a former Obama policy adviser who previously served as deputy chief of staff and communications director for then-Vice President Joe Biden, is married to Neil King Jr. — who works for the shadowy Washington, D.C.-based opposition research firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele, according to Fox News.
Murray and King both worked for The Wall Street Journal, while Murray also was at The Washington Post during her career. Fusion GPS was founded by Glenn Simpson, another former Wall Street Journal reporter.
House intelligence panel chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) is asking Murray a series of questions regarding her knowledge of the Steele dossier, its funding, and how it came to be used by federal officials spying on the Trump campaign.
She and a second former Biden aide, Colin Kahl, have been sent questionnaires, according to Fox News. Should either of them decline to respond to those queries, the intelligence committee will seek to compel their answers.
Committee investigators see parallels between the Murray-King duo and that of Fusion GPS employee Nellie Ohr, whose husband Bruce was deputy associate attorney general during the 2016 campaign. Bruce Ohr was demoted after it came out that he failed to disclose on federal conflict of interest reports the required details of his wife’s employment.
The fact remains: No matter how much more money and backdoor political influence/ “fixing”/ corruption over decades of prep-time Hillary Clinton put into it, SHE is still the one directly responsible for her loss in the 2016 election: The Ultimate Victim Will Be the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee: She’s sought the nation’s highest office twice before, losing to Barack Obama and Donald Trump — odds are she thinks a third time will do it
“That is the sickening irony, ladies and gentlemen,” Levin said. “That it was Obama and his people who refused to fight back against the Russians. It’s Obama and his people that turned intelligence agencies and law enforcement against the Republican nominee for president of the United States in order to help the Democrat nominee.”
Why wouldn’t the Obama administration act to stop the Russians? Because, in Levin’s opinion, Obama felt Hillary Clinton would be elected president of the United States and did not want the American people to think her election had been fraudulent.
What’s more, Susan Rice sent an email to herself “providing political cover” for Obama, according to the report, “regarding a meeting on Russian election interference with former FBI Director James Comey, then-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and former Vice President Joe Biden.”
“This is obviously an attempt … to create a false record,” Levin said. The email was written after Obama’s meeting with Comey, he pointed out. He called on investigators to “put the screws to Rice.”
“In my humble opinion, she’s obstructing and she’s covering up,” Levin concluded.
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In November, Andrew Janz, a Democratic congressional candidate, unveiled a billboard that depicts Trump and Nunes on Putin’s leash. In January, MSNBC contributor John Heilemann asked Connecticut Democratic Senator Chris Murphy on air, “Is it possible that we actually have a Russian agent running the House Intel Committee on the Republican side?”
In 2014, he denounced the “shameless propaganda” of RT, the Kremlin’s flagship international media outlet. And, in an op-ed in the Washington Times, he warned: “While [Vladimir Putin] may be willing to sacrifice Russia’s own economy for his geo-political ambitions, we cannot afford to be a mere bystander as his destabilizing actions begin to threaten the economies of the Baltics and other NATO allies, possibly including our own.”
In 2015, he joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers urging the Obama administration to authorize the transfer of “lethal, defensive weapons systems to the Ukrainian military.” In an appearance on CNN in April 2016, he criticized the Obama administration for being too soft with Putin.
There is not enough proof of Russian collusion by Trump to fuel a stovetop pilot light.
In contrast, the evidence of Democratic collusion with Russia blazes on, even as Team Mueller ignores it.
• The Obama administration’s Russian Reset began in Geneva on March 6, 2009. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton huddled with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov, and together they pressed a red button that should have been labeled “Reset” in Russian. Instead, Hillary’s aides had mislabeled it with the Russian word for “Overload.” Regardless, once pushed, the button symbolized a red dawn of increasingly cozy U.S.–Russian affairs.
• Obama announced on September 17, 2009, that he would cancel President George W. Bush’s plan to station missile-defense systems in Poland and the Czech Republic. “This is a U-turn in U.S. policy,” complained former Czech ambassador to Washington Alexander Vondra. “Russia had furiously opposed the project, claiming it targeted Moscow’s nuclear arsenal,” added Luke Harding and Ian Traynor of London’s Guardian. “Obama’s climb-down is likely to be seen by Russia as a victory.”
Indeed, Vladimir Putin applauded Obama’s strategic abandonment of the Poles and Czechs. The Russian strongman said: “I do anticipate that this correct and brave decision will be followed by others.”
Attkisson: “Collusion against Trump” timeline