Trump's Treason and Corruption Is Coming Into Sharper Focus
This weekend, the New York Times and the Washington Post published detailed investigations into the financial history Mueller is investigating. While carefully couching the findings within the bounds of the facts they were able to prove based on publicly available data, these reports made it perfectly clear that Trump’s business empire is not only dirty, but dirty in a way that leads directly into the national-security threat that produced Mueller’s investigation in the first place.
And, the case for collusion just got even stronger:
But the big revelation is Vekselberg’s money. Remember, we heard recently that he was the one who Mueller’s investigators stopped and questioned when he transited through a US airport. This is money, more or less directly from a top Russian oligarch with close ties to Vladimir Putin, putting money directly into a shell company controlled by Donald Trump’s bag man and fixer. The collusion is real and high level. We’re finding the money trail.
The bottom line is, as I have said since right after the election, Trump is a crook on a global scale. Trump illegally laundered Russian cash in the mid-2000s to fund his real estate deals, and Russia is blackmailing him over this. They helped him get elected and he has to do their bidding. He’s a traitor, pure and simple.