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In a court filing on Friday, Bob Mueller’s office said that it had gathered evidence that Roger Stone worked with WikiLeaks and Russia to elect Donald Trump president. This is the most clear evidence yet that Donald Trump was not legitimately elected President of the United States. Because of other big news yesterday, such as Donald Trump trying to destroy the U.S. Constitution by declaring a bogus national emergency, this Mueller news has not gotten the attention it deserves. In short, Mueller’s filing for the first time proves that Donald Trump is an illegitimate president.

The filing last night revealed that Mueller’s team had seized numerous communications between Stone and the Russian government hacker group called Guccifer 2.0. This means that there is irrefutable, documented evidence that Stone was criminally conspiring with the Russian government to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election in favor of Trump. Stone was an official Trump campaign adviser for a short period of time, and he remained a personal political adviser to Donald Trump throughout the campaign. Try as he might, Trump cannot distance himself from Stone’s activities.

All Mueller needs to do now is provide evidence to a court that Donald Trump knew Roger Stone was conspiring with Russia to help him win the 2016 election. If he can do that then he can prove that Trump is also guilty of the crimes which Stone committed. In other words, yesterday’s court filing shows that Mueller is now just one short step away from convicting Donald Trump for illegally conspiring against the United States to influence the 2016 election in his favor. Mueller’s decision to reveal proof of collusion in an unredacted court filing shows that he is now ready to take down Donald Trump and his entire presidency.

Editor’s Note: The title of this post was changed for accuracy and clarity. I am a lifelong Democrat with a passion for social justice and progressive issues. I have degrees in writing, economics and law from the University of Iowa.

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