Counter-intelligence expert Malcolm Nance said that he witnessed “collusion and conspiracy in plain sight,” but special counsel Robert Mueller’s bar was so high, that unless it was observed by an agent, it’s impossible to prove.
“The part I’m mainly focused on is the question of conspiracy,” Nance told MSNBC’s Ari Melber on Sunday. “Whether there was an actual operation where, as Robert Mueller put it: ‘if there was explicit or tacit coordination’ in some way, shape or form… We have had people who have done things before where there were, you know, there were not signs of an explicit agreement with them. One, for example, is former CIA officer Aldrich Ames. He started to do his treason in 1988, but it wasn’t until he was caught making a chalk signal on the mailbox they saw an actual explicit act and then the FBI arrested him.”
Nance noted that Mueller’s standard was a legal one that wasn’t about winks and nudges, it had to be extremely clear.
“Well, you know, I saw all of the collusion and conspiracy in plain sight,” Nance said. “The question is Robert Mueller’s standard for that — which is a legal standard for that — which, to him, was if there is no a wink and a nod that I can see or technically a signed SFB contract then I can’t bring them up on the charges. But we have seen the things occur and in any other standard the person would have been arrested, would have been polygraphed and brought to trial. I found that a high standard. Maybe it’s a legal standard we need to take a look at, but I want to hear him tell me why the ‘Russia if you’re listening’ speech — did he accept it as a joke?”
Nance also asked about the changing of the Republican Party platform to benefit Russia and whether Mueller would consider that to be a “joke.”
“If it was, I couldn’t get a slam dunk then the Russians have won on a very well planned and coordinated operation even by Mr. Mueller’s standards,” Nance said.
Watch his full commentary below:
‘Black Voices for Trump’ spokesperson wants to nullify 100,000 Black votes he says were ‘tampered with’
Paris Dennard, a spokesperson for Black Voices for Trump, on Tuesday suggested that someone "tampered with" the votes of Black Americans in a scheme to steal the election from President Donald Trump.
During an interview on Newsmax, Dennard said that he believes that Trump will overturn the results of the election despite a determination by the General Services Administration (GSA) that Joe Biden is the president elect.
"There's no doubt that if we are able to prove our case in court looking at the states -- Arizona, looking at Georgia, looking at places like Michigan and Pennsylvania -- where we believe that there are irregularities," Dennard opined. "If we can show fraud going forward and toss out illegally cast ballots, ballots that should not have been counted, people that are dead or are not on the roles or if there's anything -- evidence that can be provided about [Dominion Election Systems] and any discrepancies there, it can overturn the certifications in these states and, thus, giving President Trump the win through the legal votes that were cast."
Trump’s ‘dysfunctional’ legal team has made ‘every kind of error’ possible trying to ‘overturn’ election: Legal experts
Legal experts are stunned at how badly President Donald Trump's legal team has handled his legal challenges to an election loss.
Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellis boasted at last week's baffling news conference that they were leading an "elite strike force" of lawyers to overturn the 2020 election results, but Powell has already been fired and they keep losing their cases, reported NBC News.
"It's beyond an embarrassment," said Glenn Kirschner, a former federal prosecutor and current MSNBC legal analyst. "It's both really poor lawyering and it has the worst possible motive behind it. It's all in the name of overturning the will of American voter."
‘Sore loser’ doesn’t do justice to the epic tantrum Trump is having: columnist
Writing in the Washington Post this Tuesday, columnist Dana Milbank says that when it comes to Donald Trump's stint in the White House, it's all over except for the pouting.
"Back during the Florida recount in 2000, George W. Bush loyalists made T-shirts altering the Gore-Lieberman logo to say 'Sore-Loserman.' But 'sore loser' doesn’t do justice to the epic tantrum President Trump has performed to assuage his narcissistic injury. Trump-Pence has become Rump-Nonsense," Milbank writes.
According to Milbank, Trump's loss by more than 6 million votes is just the beginning regarding his current losing streak. He has lost in every single post-election ballot-counting challenge, and he's also losing key Republican allies, such as Chris Christie, who called Trump’s legal team’s antics a “national embarrassment.”