Meadows Articulates What We Know, But Left Fails to Accept

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Even though the Mueller investigation into President Donald Trump and company is back in the news this week with the indictment of Roger Stone, there is something missing from all the hype the Trump-hating media adds to such news. That ‘something’? A shred of evidence that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, the original focus of the special investigation.

North Carolina Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC), fresh off his re-election as chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, puts it in plain language that even the MSNBC talking heads can understand.

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THERE WAS NO COLLUSION. It’s something Donald Trump has been proclaiming from the very beginning of this narrative contrived by Democrats. Despite the list of indictments against Trump associates, from Paul Manafort to Roger Stone, none of them have had anything to do with Trump colluding with Russians.

When will the Democrats accept that there never was any collusion? My gut tells me it won’t be until after 2020.

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