Some reading to protect the Bill of Rights, and Planet Earth

For those who might be hungering for some truth about Bob Mueller’s (ludicrous) indictments—which, uncontested, could well lead to World War III—I offer this quick list of pieces that you may not otherwise discover. 

Here, first, are two typical examples of the US/UK press response:

“Stop Letting the Russians Get Away With It, Mr. Trump,” New York Times (editorial), Feb. 16, 2018;

“The Observer view on Donald Trump’s Russia connections,” The Guardian, Feb.18,2018;  

A point-by-point rebuttal of that take: 

Kit, “Mueller Indictments: truth v. lie in ‘The Observer View,'” Offguardian, Feb. 18, 2018;

On the commercial purpose of those Russian efforts:

“Mueller Indictment: The ‘Russian Influence’ Is a Commercial Marketing Scheme,” Moon of Alabama, Feb. 17, 2018;

On the double standard in the media’s treatment of the Russian trolls, and those employed by Hillary Clinton’s campaign:

Elizabeth Vos, “Mueller’s Investigation a Farce: Files Joke Indictment Against Russian Trolls,” Disobedient Media, Feb. 16, 2018;

On the repressive impact of the indictment:  

Andrew Damon, “Indictment of Russian nationals used to campaign for censorship and war,” World Socialist Web Site, Feb. 17, 2018;

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