Russian comedian who dissed Putin flees country

"I didn't plan to be persecuted simply for joking," he said.

Ukraine asks FBI for help investigating alleged Russian hack of Burisma

Ukraine is asking United States FBI to help it investigate a suspected state-sponsored hack by the Russian military on Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company at the center of the impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump. Read the rest

Russia calls Trump its ‘agent’ on state TV

Well, this is rather bold, isn't it. Read the rest

Devin Nunes: 'It’s possible' I talked to Lev Parnas

Uh-oh, someone's in trouble.

The 'Ukraine meddling' thing is a Russian operation, say U.S. intel experts

“Intelligence officials believe that one of the people the Kremlin relied on to spread disinformation about Ukrainian interference was Oleg V. Deripaska, a Russian oligarch who had ties to Mr. Manafort.”

Trump Impeachment tweet-watch: 'I WANT NOTHING', Rudy Giuliani runs his mouth

Well, old Donald sure has got himself into a mighty fine pickle. Read the rest

Trump may attend Russia Victory Day in May with Putin at Kremlin in Moscow

Traitorous Trump is making spring travel plans with Vladimir Putin. Read the rest

GOP-led Senate panel agrees Russia infowar campaign helped Trump

In the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, a bipartisan panel of lawmakers presented evidence that Russia conducted information warfare against the U.S. in 2016 and demanded urgent action from Congress, the trump White House, and Silicon Valley to prevent the same thing from happening in 2020. Read the rest

US Treasury goes after Russia troll farm founder's planes and yachts

US imposes sanctions on 3 companies Yevgeniy Prigozhin uses to manage 3 planes and 1 yacht.

Seth Rich conspiracy was a Russian military operation: Yahoo News

The Seth Rich conspiracy traces back to an SVR operation, reports Yahoo News today. Huge if true, and possibly the Russian military's biggest coup yet, not counting the one that landed Trump in the White House. Read the rest

G-20: 'Get rid of them,' Trump says of journalists. Putin: Russia also has 'problem' of 'fake news.' They chuckle

Today is the one year anniversary of the 2018 Capitol Gazette mass shooting, in which a gunman shot and killed 5 people, and injured more.

At the G20 summit today on the other side of the world, illegitimate United States president Donald Trump shared a chuckle with his boss, Russian president Vladimir Putin, over their shared wish to “get rid of” of journalists. Read the rest

NRA kicks out second in command, Christopher W. Cox accused of complicity in failed coup against Wayne LaPierre

Despite all they've achieved for Trump and Putin, it really does seem like The End is beginning for the National Russian Association. Read the rest

Trump finally admits Russia was "helping me get elected", then denies it

This morning, Trump went on a rant about special counsel Bob Mueller, who reiterated yesterday that his investigation did not clear the President. He then tweeted that Russia helped him get elected—a first admission that the Putin regime's interference in the 2016 campaign helped put him in the White House.

"I had nothing to do with Russia helping me to get elected."

Then he denied it. The New York Times:

“No, Russia did not help me get elected,” Mr. Trump told reporters as he departed the White House for Colorado Springs. “I got me elected.” He spoke less than an hour after his Twitter post.

The original comment, a clause in one of several Twitter posts this morning, is an extraordinary admission from Mr. Trump, who has avoided saying publicly that Russia helped him win the presidency in 2016 through its election interference. American intelligence agencies and federal prosecutors have long concluded that Russia tried to influence voters.

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Maria Butina wants your money

Russian agent's Instagram video from Oklahoma jail asks for funds from internet supporters

Russian agent Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison

Butina 'jeopardized this country's national security' says judge

Russian agent Maria Butina to be sentenced in U.S. on April 26

The admitted agent for Russia was connected with the NRA and pro-Trump U.S. political groups.

Two Russia-backed hacker groups target Europe ahead of elections, FireEye reports

Security services firm FireEye says two hacker groups known to be sponsored by the Russian government of Vladimir Putin are waging cyber-attacks currently against European government systems. Read the rest

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