If you only read the MSM you would have a completely wrong impression about ‘Russia collusion’ and the neverending Mueller investigation.

Too many are rants are masquerading as analysis. That’s the job of bloggers, for God’s sake.

Today:

President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer has pleaded guilty to a new federal charge and agreed to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller, admitting that he lied to Congress about Trump’s business plans in Moscow in order to be consistent with the then-candidate’s public disavowals of Russia.

Cohen is in trouble. Congress doesn’t like being lied to, although, we know, it is fine for them to lie to us (aka, ‘misleading the House’).

But this has nothing to do with the election. Or collusion. So it has nothing to do with Mueller.

There have been other developments as well.

Paul Manafort

Earlier this week the story wasn’t Cohen, it was Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager who was reported to have met with Julian Assange.

The Guardian had the scoop but they’ve been backpedaling ever since.

Don’t waste your time with The Guardian, read these, they dissect The Guardian article.

Read this: The Guardian’s Manafort Story Looks Like An Effort To Create Trump Collusion Narrative Three

And this: Manafort/Assange Drama Proves Media Will Buy Any Russia Conspiracy Story, No Matter Its Flaws

Now you know the whole story.

And take everything else with a grain of salt.

At least Trump is having fun with it all, retweeting this:

Totally awesome.