WATCH: Democrat Senator Admits NO EVIDENCE of Trump-Russia Collusion

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) was unable to offer any evidence of collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russian government officials toward subversion of last year's presidential election during a Wednesday interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer.

For months, Democrats and their news media allies have pushed a narrative of 2016’s president election having been compromised by Russian state “interference” at the direction of Russian President Vladimir Putin in order to assist Trump’s presidential campaign. They have further implied that the political “interference” was coordinated between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russian state operatives or interlocutors.

Despite having no evidence to corroborate the allusion of collusion between Trump's presidential campaign and the Russian government, Feinstein suggested via innuendo that such evidence may exist, telling Blitzer that she has no evidence “at this time” when invited to offer evidence of her claimed suspicions.

Last week, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the House Intelligence Committee’s top Democrat, was similarly incapable of providing any evidence of conspiracy between Trump’s political associates and the Russian state toward subverting American democracy. Like Feinstein, Schiff deployed innuendo to suggest that such evidence exists.


  • The issue is still under investigation by FBI and obviously, the Senator is not naive to claim she is aware of any evidence of collusion. Frankly, I don't buy Gommey's choice of revealing over concealing. In fact, I do not trust him for even a minute.
  • The major investigations into Russia's election meddling are by the House Intelligence Committee, the Senate Intelligence Committee and the FBI into whether Donald Trump's presidential campaign cooperated with the Russians.

    But five other congressional investigations are underway into various aspects of the interference in the 2016 U.S. election— a reflection of how significant Washington considers the allegations of Russian meddling to be.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.'s whose House Appropriations Committee subcommittee has taken testimony from representatives of Ukraine, Poland, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.

    In that subcommittee, Graham was making the case for "a counter-Russia account," or money to protect and promote democracies that "know what it's like to live in the shadow of Russia ... to help you withstand the assault."

    Graham also chairs a Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee on crime and terrorism that has held a hearing on the issue. During that hearing, Vladimir Kara-Murza, vice chairman of Open Russia, which promotes democracy in Russia, testified that the election that catapulted Vladimir Putin to the Russian presidency 17 years ago "was the last thing we had that was at least close to a democratic vote."

    "Not a single election held in Russia since then has been assessed ... free and fair," he said.

    Graham has chaired three subcommittee hearings on the topic so far in 2017. He said he spends a lot of time on the issue because "every effort to stop Russia in the past — whether it be Georgia, Ukraine, you name it — is clearly not working. My goal is to come up with something that will work."

    He said the Russian attack on the campaign of Democrat Hillary Clinton should give no relief to Republicans. "I want a better relationship with Russia, but that will never be achieved until Russia changes its practice of trying to grind democracy into the ground," he said.

    Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee have made a point of asking questions about how the Trump White House has vetted the people it's hired for key positions.

    Their questions have centered on former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who held his job only 24 days.

    Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said Flynn's appointment to the post, despite having been paid by the Russian government's RT news agency, suggests that the Trump White House had less concern about national security issues than those issues deserved.

    "We are demanding detailed answers about the vetting of Gen. Flynn and other White House advisers because it is critical to keeping Montana and our nation secure," he said. "Flynn's appointment exposed gaps in our security and raises questions about his contacts with Russian officials."

    Tester, who teamed up Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., in this effort, said he can't imagine backing down.

    "We cannot take chances with our security clearance process, especially at the highest levels of government, and we must make sure we are taking steps to prevent future insider threats," he said. Thus far their investigation has been limited to requesting information.

    At the same time, the House Oversight Committee is pursuing a bipartisan effort to figure out how much Flynn was paid to represent foreign governments. This investigation, headed by by Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., has already revealed that Flynn was paid more than $50,000 by three Russian companies, including about $33,000 by RT TV, which the U.S. intelligence community considers the propaganda arm of the Russian government.

    They are awaiting answers to questions about any other payments from "Russian, Turkish, or other foreign sources."
  • Close to 9 months and still no evidences. Hillary blames misogyny then recanted and say its the FBI fault and Wikileaks. Meanwhile the Democrats in the senate blames the Russians and even with 3 of the most powerful Intel gathering organizations (CIA-NSA-FBI) in the world have not offered any ecidence to support the 9 months old investigation. On the sidelines the liberals or snowflakes who supported Hillary can't come face to reality that they lost the elections. These snowflakes blames white America for Hillary's lost forgetting that its the same white America that voted Obama into the white house.
  • All this is a effort to undermine the MAGA administration by the democrats who can't come to reality that they lost to a man which the polls said couldn't win. Its also another way for democrats to undermine the electoral college.

    (2 Days Ago) Sen. Feinstein after CIA briefing: Still no evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia

    Unless there are more facts that come out, the charges that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians during the campaign should go down as one of the most preposterous and dangerous conspiracy theories in recent political history.It is a theory pushed relentlessly in the media and by Democrats to try to undermine our political institutions, including the Electoral College. It is the foam coming out of the mouths of Democrats and #NeverTrump Republicans. It is spread with reckless abandon by Twitter and social media personalities you never heard of until they started shouting that Trump and his cohorts had committed treason; now they have hundreds of thousands of followers who retweet by the thousands every innuendo.I wrote about this back in February, The fact-free Intelligence Community-Media trial of Trump by innuendo. Yet what evidence is there even now to support the conspiracy theory? As of this moment, apparently none.California Senator Dianne Feinstein, certainly not sympathetic to the Trump administration, was just briefed along with other Senators on the Intelligence Committee at CIA headquarters and appeared on CNN.Wolf Blitzer asked her straight out: “Do you have evidence that there was in fact collusion between Trump associates and Russia during the campaign?”Her response: “Not at this time.”To which Blitzer responded (comment partially cut off in short clip below): “That’s a pretty precise answer, I know the investigation is continuing.”The full interview is here.

  • Former DNI Head Clapper: No Evidence of Ties Between Russia, Trump

    Former President Barack Obama’s Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Chuck Todd on Meet The Press that evidence between President Donald Trump and Russia do not exist:

    We did not include any evidence in our report, and I say, “our,” that’s N.S.A., F.B.I. and C.I.A., with my office, the Director of National Intelligence, that had anything, that had any reflection of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and the Russians. There was no evidence of that included in our report.
  • There is no evidence but the democrats and their welfare followers and free loaders will try to look for any. A witch hunt without no witch.
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