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Letter to the editor: Mueller has nothing to show

The Democrats’ 24/7, 18-month ”Russia collusion” campaign has turned into the Democrat/MSNBC version of Russian roulette. As of August 2018, Robert Mueller and his team have spent millions of dollars, reviewed hundreds of thousands of documents and heard testimony from countless witnesses, all of which has produced zero evidence of ”collusion” (to makes matters even more ludicrous for the Dems, there is no criminal statute called ”collusion” ).

All they have to show for it during this mousetrap operation is the Clinton million-dollar Steele dossier filled with Russian disinformation that fueled the phony FISA warrants. That is the real crime here. Like Paul Krugman’s election-night prediction that ”the stock market will never recover,” the Dems and the phony press struggle to try to get just one thing right. Pathetic, huh?

Stephen M. Sokol

Mt. Lebanon

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