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Was the FBI right to open an investigation into whether Trump was working for the Russians?

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/11/us/po...

Remember when Dumdum bragged to the Russians - who he invited into the Oval Office - how he fired "crazy Comey" to take the pressure off of Russia?

Yeah, that's when the FBI launched an investigation into whether Trump was working for the Kremlin. With that kind of evidence it would have been negligent NOT to investigate Trump.

Helsinki. Attacking NATO. Changing a single plank in the RNC platform to not arm Ukraine. Trying to remove sanctions against Russia. Refusing to criticize Putin in the slightest. Repeating Kremlin propaganda, like "Montenegro is a threat," or "Poland is going to invade Belarus." Pulling out of Syria. Ordering the meeting of a Kremlin agent in Trump Tower to get stolen emails. Lying about it every step of the way.

Yeah, Trump's a fvcking traitor.
  • Answers
  • Yes it was.
    Sam · 1 4
  • ABSOLUTELY! This is what we pay them to do...they are dutifully aware of their station, and are trained to go where the evidence leads, and to avoid the PR nightmare of appearing partial to political forces. This whole "bias" argument has been used and abused so much it'll be the death of us all...basically no evidence will EVER EVER EVER be good enough to convince the most hardened demigogue and ideologue that they aren't the victim of political opposition. These ppl see the D or R party behind every dark corner and under the bed at night...THAT WILL NEVER CHANGE. But, the rule of law in this country is THE BEST, most objective you will get ANYWHERE! I love the USA!!!
    The Whoflew Bird · 4 1
  • Yes
    Russia meddled in the 2016 election on his behalf. He petitioned Russia to hack the Hillary emails etc.
    There's no doubt he has suspicious connections w/ Russia. He could be getting blackmailed by the ruskies.
    blu · 5 4
  • That has already been fully investigated, try to keep up.
    Justin Thyme · 2 7

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