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Special Counsel Robert Mueller Has Indicted 13 Russians And 3 Russian Companies For Election Interference: No indication That Any American Knowingly Participated.

ArmchairPolitician.US, February 18, 2018, by Brad Peery

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Special Counsel Robert Mueller Has Indicted 13 Russians And 3 Russian Companies For Election Interference. The Mueller investigation was supposedly prompted by charges that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign. The indictment by Mueller confirms that the Russians interfered in the election. The election interference effort was started by the Russians in 2014, before Trump entered the presidential election.

Millions of dollars were spent by the Russians to disrupt the election. The Russian interference was operated from St. Petersburg, Russia. Housed in the U.S. were individuals that purported to be local citizens, and the effort included using stolen identities. They used social media to organize events that were designed to sow dissent in the U.S. African Americans were incited on one end of the spectrum. And, far right activists were also incited on the other end of the spectrum. On some occasions, events were organized for both factions at the same location.
*13 Russians Indicted in Mueller Case, Wall Street Journal, by Del Quentin Wilber and Aruna Viswanatha, February 16, 2018

ArmchairPolitician.US Opinion
The Russianss were successful in sowing dissension in the U.S. elections, and they are expected to continue to sow dissent in the U.S. midterm elections in 2018. The attorney general, Jeff Sessions, recused himself from the investigation of Russian meddling in the election, because it appeared that the special counsel was looking into Trump campaign collusion with the Russians, and he had worked on the Trump campaign. The firing of the Attorney General, Jim Comey by Trump, was criticized by the Democrats and the media as an attempt by Trump to impede an investigation of Trump by the Justice Department. Comey’s objective in illegally leaking meeting notes with Trump was an attempt to prompt the appointment of a special counsel to investigate Trump. The Clinton campaign, the Democrats, and the liberal media have dogged the Trump presidency with charges, that have so far been discredited, that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians. All of these efforts aided the Russians in sowing dissent in the U.S. They are doing the same thing in other democracies around the world, including in Europe. And, they are quite good at attacking democracies through their electoral processes.

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