118 H RES 521 Motion to Censure

118 H RES 521 Motion to Censure

There are two necessary components to Anna Paulina Luna's, Motion to Censure, 118 H RES 521, aimed at Representative Adam Schiff.

One of the components has to be the text of the Mueller Report. And a second component has to be a legal dictionary where the definitions for the wording used in her claim can be found.

Having read over the Mueller report, I already know that the Mueller investigation was never about a thing called “Collusion”. In Robert Muller's description of his work as contained in his report. The world 'Collusion' is dealt with on page two, the second or third paragraph of which reads:


In evaluating whether evidence about collective action of multiple individuals constituted
a crime, we applied the framework of conspiracy law, not the concept of “collusion.” In so doing,
the Office recognized that the word “collud[e]” was used in communications with the Acting
Attorney General confirming certain aspects of the investigation’s scope and that the term has
frequently been invoked in public reporting about the investigation.


Donald Trump has used the word 'collusion' continually and exclusively to characterize the investigation into his participation in cooperating with Russian operatives during the 2016 Presidential Election. At no point was it the objective of any investigation to prove 'collusion'.

It is annoying to me to have to once again wade through these documents to extract the facts required to identify that the Censure motions (there have been two sponsored by her) sponsored by Representative Anna Paulina Luna are specifically worded to take advantage of the public lack of understanding that the word 'collude' and 'colluded' never was a legal charge or a legal accusation in the Trump case. The Muller investigation looked into the participation of various parties under U.S. Conspiracy Laws.




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