Giuliani: “Trump Lying, He Colluded with Russia to Rig Election”

Unless treason and obstruction are crimes...and Trump thinks Michael Cohen stabbed him in the back...


Editor’s note:  One thing is clear, Rudy Giuliani is an idiot.  His claim is that since the word “collusion” is in itself not specifically mentioned as a crime, it is OK for him to now admit that Trump is guilty of collusion and has lied continually.

Of course, “collusion” is not a legal term at all.  There is another term for collusion:


From The Hill:

President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani on Monday dismissed the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, saying that collusion is “not a crime.”

“I have been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime,” Giuliani said on “Fox & Friends.”

“Collusion is not a crime.”

The president’s attorney maintained that his client is “absolutely innocent” and said that the recently released tapes of conversations between Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen prove that the president “didn’t do anything wrong.”

Trump, who has not been formally accused of anything in special counsel Robert Mueller’s wide-ranging investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, has repeatedly dismissed the probe as a “witch hunt.”

He has also maintained that there was “no collusion.”

In a separate appearance Monday on CNN, Giuliani doubled down on his assertion that collusion is not a “crime.”

“I don’t even know if that’s a crime, colluding about Russians,” Giuliani said. “You start analyzing the crime — the hacking is the crime. The president didn’t hack. He didn’t pay them for hacking.”

read more at The Hill

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  1. lets hope Mueller is close to laying out his charges in a way the people with their limited ability to focus on anything past 3 seconds….will understand.

    i sense he is losing their attention.

  2. If little Donny wants to rob the candy store, and Rudy knows it, and still lends him his bicycle and gives him a sack to carry the loot. Rudy is guilty too. This does not require a lawyer.

    The technique is to keep lowering the bar. That’s why they call it passing the bar.

    The law is subjective. 80,000 fans leaving a football game are all soused, but no DWI’s are given unless the situation demands it. Other times, the roadblocks come out. Not at the Catholic games. They never do that.

    They are currently melding church and state, beyond what any decent human being would imagine. The Anglican will not arrest him.

  3. Have you not read any of the VT articles about Facebook recently? It’s not a problem that can be fixed, nor do we care about it. Go read the articles Gordon wrote exposing Facebook for what it really is.

  4. Quote:
    As seen on America’s Newsroom
    “Alan Dershowitz said that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is hoping that Paul Manafort will opt to testify against the president, rather than face a lengthy prison sentence.
    Manafort faces numerous charges, including conspiracy to commit money laundering, making false statements and working as an unregistered agent of the government of Ukraine. If convicted, he faces decades in prison.
    He’s also facing separate conspiracy charges in Washington, D.C. His trial is set to begin Tuesday.
    Appearing on “America’s Newsroom,” the Harvard Law professor emeritus said that if Manafort is convicted, it would give Mueller an opportunity to question him about the president’s actions.”

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