Mueller released what the liberal media are trying to call a ‘bombshell’ against President Trump. The indictment claims that Russia tried to interfere with our election. However, what it doesn’t say, is that President Trump had anything to do with it.
“Well, I think we have to be very careful about what this indictment says and what it doesn’t say and what its political significance we’re prepared to say at this point. In terms of what it says, it clearly indicates that there was a sophisticated Russian campaign to use our social media, to use our political system, to try to interfere in that political system,” explained Fox News’ Chris Wallace.
“On the other hand, Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general was asked several times, and he said there’s no allegation in this indictment that any American wittingly helped the Russians. Now, he’s not saying that they didn’t help them, but there’s no allegation that they did help them,” he said.
“So you know, people can jump to conclusions all they want, but there’s no evidence at this point that has been presented that there was any collusion between the Trump campaign, Trump associates and this Russian effort to disrespect the election,” he said.
“It does not point to collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign, but it does indicate that what this really was about, for all the talk about and the effort to get us to look at other things, what this is really about is Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election, and we need to remember that,” said Wallace.