Russiagate In Simple Language
We’re not there yet, but there will come a day when Russiagate will represent nothing more than holiday ‘turkey talk.’
Russiagate = a) Incomplete, once-retracted then redacted report by Crowdstrike — hired by DNC — on DNC computers; b) The Fusion GPS — hired by DNC — dirty dossier riddled with innuendo and false allegations; and c) Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian companies — essentially unchallenged public relations-type indictments. Of these 16 indictments only one Russian company has responded in court and the Mueller team has stalled producing evidence requested in the legal discovery process.
In a nutshell, the above describes the substance to what, when all brought together, represents Russiagate. Sprinkle in two competing political parties, varied-striped and illbent politicians and some monopolized media figureheads who savor sensationalism and, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Russiagate and a 750 billion dollar 2020 Pentagon Budget!
Below are YouTube depictions of media bombshells forced upon the public:
The controversial Ed Butowsky may not be everyone’s favorite cupcake, but he has in fact filed a lawsuit which itself is now winding through the courts and the process of legal discovery is well on. Note the legal filings and responses below: