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Today Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein released an indictment that charged 12 Russian military intelligence officers with conspiring to interfere with the 2016 election. You can read the entire indictment here, which details contacts with Trump campaign consultant Roger Stone, a GOP House candidate, and a GOP strategist in Florida, among others, but Stone insisted today that his contacts were “benign.” And the Washington Post’s Aaron Blake notes that the God-King knew about these indictments 2 days ago, and still insisted the Mueller probe was a “witch hunt” and that Vladimir Putin was “not my enemy.” If a group of crows is a “murder” and a group of ravens is an “unkindness,” is a group of God-King advisors a “coven?”

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