So, I'm not really sure just what kind of Hail Mary people are expecting at this point.Ã‚Â Emphasizing that this is a "redacted report" shouldn't really hold any water on its own, as virtually all reports of this magnitude do.Ã‚Â And, as someone who's begun reading it, there's a healthy amount of text to chew through.Ã‚Â The most heavily redacted part I've seen skimming through makes sense: investigating Russian hacking & dumping operations (i.e. investigations that are still ongoing).Ã‚Â Literally the central point of this investigation states early on that "...the investigation did not establish that members of The Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with The Russian government in its election interference activities."Ã‚Â Ã‚Â
Even though the report established that there was no collusion there is still a lot of info that shows that people like Trump jr and Manafort were involved with wikileaks/russia in some form. Also there is a case to be made about obstruction of justice.
I'm...going to hold on discussing finer details such as what you're describing until I've read through more (just b/c of the disinformation or removed context this case has had for ~2 years).
My intended trajectory with that comment is the overall tone, as some so desperately try to amble along with new red meat to cling on. In this current context, it's now about this being the final say with Mueller coming to Congress (but, trust us, we mean it this time).
-Barr's summary was submitted on what he'd seen (with no public denouncement from Mueller as he had just previously done with Buzzfeed's BREAKING story about collusion)
NOT ENOUGH or, better yet, Barr's intentionally shielding the president
-A redacted report arrives
INSUFFICIENT details given/too many redactions based on my subjective feelings
-Mueller speaks in front of Congress
______________________ <- I look forward to see what's next
Last edited by coolbeans - on 18 April 2019