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New Court Filing PROVES Trump And Manafort Were Part Of A Criminal Conspiracy

On Tuesday, prosecutors working for the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller made a filing in federal court detailing that former 2016 Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was in contact via text message with someone who said they had access to President Donald Trump. The message read:

“If I see POTUS one on one next week am I ok to remind him of our relationship?”

Manafort responded:

“Yes. Even if not one on one.”

Those text messages were sent while Manafort was awaiting trial on charges of bank and tax fraud. And they suggest that both Manafort and Trump were involved in a plot to obstruct justice in some manner.

But more troubling for the president is the underlying message behind the court filing: Mueller has all of Manafort’s communications, including those with the White House and even Trump himself. If that’s the case, then Mueller also has proof of a criminal conspiracy.

The filing also reveals that Manafort tried to influence witnesses with the help of Konstantin Kilimnik, who has deep ties to Russian intelligence:

“The new filing says that Manafort and Kilimnik communicated between Aug. 2, 2016 — in the middle of the presidential campaign — and March 2018, when prosecutors say the two men attempted to tamper with witnesses. In several interviews and before grand jurors, Manafort gave ‘various accounts concerning his communications with Kilimnik,’ including a meeting in New York.”

With the mention of Kilimnik, Mueller has clearly sketched out a direct line between Manafort, Russia, and Donald Trump. That’s the second (and much more serious) conspiracy, which Trump often refers to as “collusion” in his ridiculous denials that he had anything to do with Russia or Vladimir Putin.

And there was one other juicy morsel in that Tuesday court filing, and it involves Manafort’s former business partner, Rick Gates:

“The filing also refers to Rick Gates, Manafort’s former right-hand man who pleaded guilty and is cooperating with Mueller’s investigation. Gates told prosecutors in debriefings that Manafort told him around January 2017 that Manafort was using intermediaries to ‘get people appointed in the administration,’ according to the filing.”

No collusion? There’s so much damn collusion that it’s difficult to keep up with all of it.

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Former FBI Official Predicts: Mueller’s Next Indictments Will Be For Collusion

According to a report from NBC News earlier this week, the Russia investigation being conducted being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller may conclude as soon as mid-February of next year. If so, that means that Mueller now has all of the evidence he needs to write his final report and also for any further indictments.

But what will those indictments entail? What crimes will be contained in them, and who might be named on those indictments?

Former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence Frank Figliuzi was a guest on MSNBC this weekend, and he told host Richard Lui that recent developments such as the sentencing of former Trump attorney Michael Cohen suggest the next move from Mueller will be charges of collusion and conspiracy:

“If I’m Mueller after this week of developments, here’s what I do: I’m going to stay on course with the strategy of making the report to (Acting Attorney General Matt) Whitaker secondary to telling the full story through speaking indictments. If we’re talking about a February wrap up, the next shoes to fall, I predict, will be Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi. And look for those indictments to tell us a story that includes Russian collusion.”

MSNBC reporter Danny Cevallos agreed with Figliuzzi, adding:

“Mueller has been speaking to us the entire time, through his indictments filled with detail, the kind of detail that you don’t normally see in an indictment.”

Figliuzzi even had some advice for longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone: Get ready for the Mueller hammer:

“If I’m Roger Stone, I’m spending the holidays with my family, I’m getting my affairs in order because I’m anticipating either cooperating fully or being indicted. Everything he said so far indicates he is not going to cooperate, so I think that’s next up.”

Stone allegedly had contact with WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, during the campaign, and also allegedly fed leaked information from Russia to the Trump campaign. It’s long been believed that Stone knows the full story of the Russian conspiracy from the inside and can directly implicate Trump.

The Russia probe is about to heat up, and it’s going to burn the traitor in the Oval Office.

Here’s the segment from MSNBC:

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New Court Filing Says Donald Trump Is The Head Of A Vast Criminal Conspiracy

For over a year, Donald Trump has been proclaiming his innocence as it relates to the Russian attack on the 2016 election, but new court filings prove his protestations are, like everything he says or tweets, bald-faced lies.

Friday evening, in three separate documents submitted in federal court by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York, we learned that Trump is now accused — as an unindicted co-conspirator — of having directed criminal conspiracies as they relate to:

  • The payment of hush money to women Trump allegedly had affairs with.
  • Attempts to rig the 2016 election by acting in conjunction with Russian entities and individuals.

The Cohen sentencing memo states that Trump directed his former attorney to violate federal election laws for the purpose of winning the election via deception. Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe explains it perfectly:

Be sure and note the phrase “directed a criminal conspiracy.” That means Trump conspired with Cohen to break the law and win the election.

Then there’s the Russia conspiracy, which Trump loves to try and dismiss by swearing there was “no collusion.” Both the Cohen and Manafort sentencing memos prove there was plenty of collusion as well as a much larger conspiracy.

The AP reports:

“In one of the filings, Mueller details how Cohen spoke to a Russian who claimed to be a ‘trusted person’ in the Russian Federation who could offer the campaign ‘political synergy’ and ‘synergy on a government level.’

The person repeatedly dangled a meeting between Trump and Putin, saying such a meeting could have a ‘phenomenal’ impact ‘not only in political but in a business dimension as well.'”

Garrett M. Graff of Wired expertly sums up the Russian conspiracy case built by Mueller and revealed in the sentencing memos:

“Mueller’s court filings, when coupled with other investigative reporting, paint a picture of how the Russian government, through various trusted-but-deniable intermediaries, conducted a series of ‘approaches’ over the course of the spring of 2016 to determine … whether ‘this is a guy you can do business with.'”

The June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower is proof-positive that the Russians did indeed find someone to do business with.

Keep in mind we still haven’t seen the report Mueller will release at the end of his investigation, and there are probably many more indictments yet to drop. But as of now, we have more than enough evidence to prove the current president is a felon and must be removed from office immediately.

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Don Jr. & Ivanka At Top Of Mueller’s List For Conspiracy Charges: Report

When he made his plea deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday and admitted that he had made contacts with Russia for Donald Trump during the 2016 election, Michael Cohen didn’t just place his former boss in legal and political jeopardy, he also put the president’s children, Don Jr. and Ivanka, under the microscope.

Yahoo News reports that the special counsel has now placed Don Jr. and Ivanka at the top of the list as he begins to expand his focus in the Russia probe:

“Multiple sources have confirmed to Yahoo News that the president’s elder daughter, Ivanka, who is now a top White House adviser, and his eldest son, Don Jr., were also working to make Trump Tower Moscow a reality. The sources said those efforts were independent of Cohen’s work on the project. One of the sources said Ivanka was also involved in Cohen’s efforts. And a separate source familiar with the investigation told Yahoo News that Mueller has asked questions about Ivanka and Don Jr.’s work on Trump Tower Moscow.”

Court papers filed in Manhattan Thursday included these facts about the Trump Tower Moscow project that Cohen spearheaded:

  • “One of the things Cohen lied about was that he ‘briefed family members’ of Trump’s who worked at the Trump Organization about the proposed Moscow skyscraper.”
  • Before she joined the White House as an adviser to her father, Ivanka was an executive at the company. Don Jr. and Trump’s middle son, Eric, are running the Trump Organization while their father is in office.

But the plan to build that elusive Moscow high-rise didn’t just involve Cohen and then-candidate Trump:

“A source familiar with the Trump Organization confirmed to Yahoo News that Ivanka and Don Jr. engaged in separate efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.”

And that means that Don Jr. and Ivanka are also looking at some of the same charges that legal experts have long suggested will be in the coming indictments from Mueller. Those charges include, according to the New York Times:

  • Conspiracy against the United States
  • Election interference
  • Election fraud

If and when those indictments are handed down, the only question that remains will be this one: How quickly will President Trump throw his own flesh and blood under the bus to save his fat ass?

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Noted Historian: Election ‘Conspiracy’ Will Lead To Impeachment In The Spring (VIDEO)

As the investigation being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into the 2016 election draws ever closer to the Oval Office, a historian who has correctly predicted every presidential election since 1984 is now saying he expects Mueller will expose crimes that will “shock the nation” in the near future.

Allan Lichtmann, who teaches history at the American University said recently on MSNBC that the crimes Trump is suspected of having committee are much more serious than the articles of impeachment drawn up against Bill Clinton:

“There’s as strong a case of obstruction of justice as there was against Bill Clinton on a vastly more important matter than a blue dress.”

Professor Lichtmann also noted that Mueller will probably be able to prove a conspiracy involving Trump and Russia:

“It’s a conspiracy. I believe we have the tip of the iceberg of what the special counsel knows about the relationship between Trump and the Trump team and the Russians. There’s a fair chance that the reason they were covering up all of those calls from then to be national security adviser with the Russians was to cover up a possible quid pro quo, the Russians will help us and in turn we’ll ease those sanctions. Why else make those calls and why else lie about them?”

But it was what Lichtmann said next that should terrify Trump and those who may have been part of the larger conspiracy:

“I wouldn’t keep saying collusion isn’t a crime. Of course not, but taking things of value from foreign nationals is a crime, aiding and abetting illegal computer hacking is a crime, negotiating as a private citizen with a hostile foreign power with which there is disputes is a crime. If this is serious enough, and I’ve taken a lot of flak for that, I think there even could be charges of treason. After all, Russia was waging war against us — not a war with bombs and bullets, but a cyber attack, an online attack designed to destroy democracy.”

When Mueller presents his evidence, Lichtmann also said, the country will be shocked by the scope of the charges:

“I think Mueller — and this is my prediction — is going to come up with findings that are going to shock the country, not only involve conspiracy with Russia but could involve serious financial crimes.”

As for when all of this will happen, Lichtman is now predicting that impeachment will begin as soon as this spring. If he’s right — and he’s been right about so many other things — Trump’s remaining days in office are indeed numbered.

Here’s Professor Lichtmann on MSNBC: