Carbon wrote: >>> It means exactly what I intended it to mean. >>> >>> "Never about Russia" is implausible. >> >> LOL! It looks more like it everyday. Muellers phony fishing >> expedition seems to be coming up empty, he had to switch baits. > > > It's never too late for you propaganda victims to learn some history, > specifically Ken Starr's Special Counsel investigation of Bill > Clinton's alleged involvement in Vince Foster's death and financial > crimes in Whitewater. You do remember that, correct? It wasn't that > long ago. Anyway, Starr couldn't find meaningful evidence about > either of those, but he did learn that ol' Bill did enjoy a nice > blowjob on a summer evening. Lying about that was what actually got > Clinton in trouble. > > Does any of this ring a bell? I guess the point should be special > prosecutors have wide authority to follow investigations wherever > they lead. Jumping back to the present, Mueller has learned that > while no legitimate US banks would touch Trump after his multiple > billions in loan defaults, Russian banks were happy to give him > money. And so was Deutche Bank, which has already been found guilty > of laundering billions of dollars in dirty money tied to Russian > organized crime and Putin-connected oligarchs (if those are > different). > > At the risk of stating the obvious, the fact that Trump can only get > funding for his projects from Russian and Russian-aligned banks is a > lot more connected to the original purpose of the investigation than > getting caught lying about getting blowjobs from an intern in the > Rose Garden. > Care to tell us when these loans happened?