2016 Election Russian Indictments: Kendall Coffey’s Point of View

Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russian natives connected to Russia’s Internet Research Agency. They allegedly posed as Americans and spread false information online in an attempt to influence the 2016 election. The newest charges have a lot of details about how the Russians tried to mess with the elections, but do not directly implicate anyone in the Donald Trump campaign or his inner circle.

Kendall Coffey said that both parties will have a lot to say about these recent discoveries. He believes that the Hillary Clinton supporters will feel vindicated now knowing that their position in the election was interfered with illegally. Then you have Donald Trump supporters that will say nothing included in the indictment indicates that the Trump campaign was knowingly complicit in Russian wrongdoing. He also believes that both sides would be correct in their feelings. After many months of speculation, there is now a narrative concerning election interference that DOJ believes is provable beyond a reasonable doubt.