Washington, D.C. has just been rocked by stunning news that Robert Mueller has handed out 13 indictments in relation to his special investigation.
Mueller, who’s been investigating President Trump and his associates for over a year now, still hasn’t been able to find anything on them despite putting forth his best efforts. However, you know who he was able to find some dirt on?
A bunch of Russians. Yes, you read that correctly.
According to numerous reports, Mueller handed out 13 indictments against Russian nationals and another three indictments against Russian businesses, charging them with an elaborate plot to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. In his indictments, Mueller claims the individuals aimed to use social media to influence Americans to vote in favor of the President and against Hillary Clinton, FOX17 reported.
The indictment, brought by the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, represents the most direct allegation to date of illegal Russian meddling during the election. It says Russians created bogus Internet postings, posed online as American political activists and fraudulently purchased advertisements — all with the goal of swaying political opinion during the bitterly contested race.
The intent of the meddling, the indictment says, was to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election.”
The indictment arises from Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the election and whether there was improper coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The charges are similar to the assessment of the U.S. intelligence community, which months after the election described a Russian government effort to meddle in the election on Trump’s behalf.
According to the report, the “strategic goal” of the Russians™ was to “sow discord,” the indictment said, although it made no mention of the violent leftists rampaging through the streets all on their own and attacking anything and anyone who supported then-candidate Trump. Leftist violence aside, the indictment claims that Russian operatives communicated with “unwitting individuals” within the Trump campaign and other political activists.
More from FOX17:
According to the indictment, the Internet Research Agency, a Russian troll farm, started interfering as early as 2014 in U.S. politics, extending to the 2016 presidential election. The defendants, “posing as U.S. persons and creating false U.S. personas,” operated social media groups designed to attract U.S. audiences by stealing U.S. identities and falsely claiming to be U.S. activists.
“Over time, these social media accounts became defendants’ means to reach significant numbers of Americans for purposes of interfering with the U.S. political system,” the indictment reads.
All of this allegedly happened, yet it was liberals and Hillary supporters marching through the streets with flags representing socialism and otherwise supporting the communists’ way of life.
Sorry, but Trump didn’t need any help from the Russians! ™ in defeating Hillary. She and her supporters did a fine job of that all on their own.
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