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"I don’t know – it’s hard for me to see any U.S. ties to Russia…
*except for the Flynn thing, 
*and the Manafort thing ...
*and the Tillerson thing 
*and the Sessions thing 
*and the Kushner thing 
*and the Carter Page thing 
*and the Erik Prince thing
*and the Roger Stone thing 
*and the Felix Sater thing 
*and the Boris Ephsteyn thing 
*and the Rosneft thing 
*and the Gazprom thing 
*and the Sergey Gorkov banker thing 
*and the Azerbajain thing 
*and the “I love Putin” thing 
*and the Donald Trump, Jr. thing 
*and the Sergey Kislyak thing 
*and the Russian Affiliated Interests thing 
*and the Russian Business Interests thing 
*and the Emoluments Clause thing 
*and the Alex Schnaider thing 
*and the hack of the DNC thing 
*and the Guccifer 2.0 thing 
*and the Mike Pence “I don’t know anything” thing 
*and the Russians mysteriously dying thing 
*and Trump’s public request to Russia to hack Hillary’s email thing 
*and the Trump house sale for $100 million at the bottom of the housing bust to the Russian fertilizer king thing 
*and the Russian fertilizer king’s plane showing up in Concord, NC during Trump rally campaign thing 
*and the Nunes sudden flight to the White House in the night thing 
and the Nunes personal investments in the Russian winery thing 
*and the Cyprus bank thing 
and Trump not releasing his tax returns thing 
*and the Republican Party’s rejection of an amendment to require Trump to show his taxes thing 
*and the election hacking thing 
and the GOP platform change on the Ukraine thing 
*and the Steele Dossier thing 
*and the Leninist Bannon thing 
*and Sally Yates prevented from testifying thing 
*and the intelligence community’s investigative reports thing 
*and Trump’s reassurance that the Russian connection is all “fake news” thing ...
*and Spicer’s Russian Dressing “nothing’s wrong” thing ...
SO there’s probably nothing there... 
since the swamp has been drained, these people would never lie. 
It is probably why Nunes canceled the investigation meetings and the Senate now has taken over. All of this must be normal.
...just a bunch of separate dots with no connection."
~Facebook Post, Source Unknown~


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