Sensational news headlines after the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Trump-Russia collusion often missed the mark. That’s according to an investigation by RealClear Investigations entitled: “CrowdStrikeOut: Mueller’s Own Report Undercuts Its Core Russia-Meddling Claims.”
Further examination of the Mueller report, according to RealClear Investigations, shows that the sensationalist headlines don't hold up under scrutiny and are undermined further by conflicts of interest:
- There is no evidence to support Mueller's claim that the Kremlin helped President Trump get elected.
- Mueller's investigators do not actually know how stolen Democratic Party emails were transferred to WikiLeaks.
- The report "does not allege that the Russian government carried out a nefarious social media campaign."
- U.S. intelligence cannot make absolute conclusions regarding the hacking of Democratic National Committee servers, because the servers were not analyzed by a neutral party.
You can read the RealClear Investigations article here: CrowdStrikeOut.