MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who scooped all the other networks with her nothing-burger of a story on Donald Trump’s tax returns, has finally admitted that the Russia-Trump collusion investigation is probably going to go nowhere.
Maddow conceded that it’s entirely possible that Russian operatives tried to hack the election, but neither Trump nor his staff knew anything about it.
Wow! That’s going to drive liberals nuts!
— The Hill (@thehill) June 15, 2017
Yes, Ms. Maddow, anything is possible!
Maddow concluded that although she believed there was circumstantial evidence to indicate the Trump camp colluded with Russia, there was nothing definitive, and that it was “absolutely” possible it may have gone on without their knowledge.
Note: No one has offered evidence either damning or circumstantial on the allegations of collusion.
@maddow Thank you for saying this. He also has no desire to destroy women or gay rights…This is a witch hunt…
— Trish Thomas Mink (@angelicvh) June 15, 2017
One step at a time! It must have been hard enough for Maddow to admit the Russian investigation was going nowhere.
Ocuum's razor implies if there exist two explanations for an occurrence the simpler one is usually better. Trump was not involved.
— Rottweiler fan (@ScottIngersoll1) June 15, 2017
Only the truth shall set you free!
Biz Pac Review reports:
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow admitted that President Trump and his campaign staff may have had no knowledge of any attempts by the Russian Federation to hack into and affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
Although she believed there was circumstantial evidence that would indicate the Trump camp colluded with Russia, there was nothing definitive, and that it was “absolutely” possible it may have gone on without their knowledge.