Now that 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of interfering in the 2016 presidential election, Trump can stop crying about a "witch hunt."
That tune isn't going to play well now that it's official: Russia did interfere with our last election and these charges are only the beginning.
Most of the fake news planted by the Russians was derogatory towards Hillary Clinton and favorable to Trump, according to the 37-page indictment.
Real Americans were paid to organize and attend Trump rallies to support him. The irony of this is Trump claimed the Democrats were the one's paying people to disrupt his campaign rallies!
To no one's surprise, Trump interrupted the indictment as saying there was no collusion between his campaign and the Russian trolls.
On his way to hide out in his Florida retreat aboard Air Force One, Trump tweeted "NO COLLUSION."
Congressman Adam Schiff tweeted in return:
"No, Mr. President. The Special Counsel's indictment states no conclusion on collusion or electoral impact of Russian inference on the election. The former is under investigation and the latter is beyond his scope."
Trump and his cronies are soon going to be on the hot seat themselves. It's just a matter of time.
The White House will try to spin this indictment...but the truth is out. There's no stopping the consequences.
Mueller Probe: California Man Created Fake Bank Accounts and Sold Them To Russians
How Russia Sent a Small Idaho Town Into a Fake News Tailspin
Time for me to walk on down the road...