Santa Rosa Democratic Club Blog

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00:00:35 Eddie Alvarez, Santa Rosa City Council candidate, district 1
00:05:30 Natalie Rogers, Santa Rosa City Council candidate, district 7
00:26:40 Dorothy Battenfeld, Santa Rosa Junior College Trustee spoke on Proposition 16
00:34:09 Chris Rogers, Santa Rosa City Council candidate, district 5
01:08:32 Jodi Reid, of the California Alliance of Retired Americans (CARA) spoke on Proposition 15

Despite an impressive gaslighting campaign from Trump's AG, the Mueller Report contains damning grounds for impeachment. Without a doubt, the United States 2016 elections were attacked by a hostile foreign power, and the Trump campaign was more than happy to aid in that attack because it benefited them. The report also goes into the coverup and Trump's repeated attempts to obstruct justice.

Although more than on third of the pages have at least one redaction, there is still much in the report to build a case for impeachment. Here are a few resources that can help:

Where can I read the Mueller Report?
We recommend downloading the version from because it its a searchable PDF unlike the the one supplied by the Justice Department. Here is the link:
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller’s Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference In The 2016 Presidential Election

Where can I hear a good summary?
There's more and more of these every day, but a good one to start with is last Thursday's Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC.
Mueller Report “does not exonerate” Trump -- Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell