Letter: The Mueller Report in fewer than 300 words

To the Editor:
Russians are adept at psychological warfare. They, along with every other nation on earth, loath America and wish it destroyed or under their dominion. Concluding, as Julian Assange did, that Hilary Clinton was “…a bright, well connected, sadistic sociopath” who, if elected, would more likely engage in warfare [Mueller Report , Vol. I, p. 44, fn. 156], they decided to support a perceived psychopath over a perceived sociopath. John Podesta, among many others, loathed Hilary Clinton, and so stated in a trail of emails. The Russians stole the emails. The emails were true and correct copies. Candidate Trump did not conspire in the Russian’s plan. It cannot be stated beyond a reasonable doubt that he acted with intent to obstruct justice.
“Blackmail” is defined as: the action of demanding payment or another benefit from someone in return for not revealing compromising or damaging information about them. “Slander” is defined as: the action of making false statements damaging to a person's reputation. “To kill” means to intentionally act to destroy or to deprive the existence of another. The only question left is: Does the United States wish to kill itself?
John Lennon, knowing what made him, decided to finally kill rock and roll in 1967. He and his bandmates sang a song about “ 4000 holes” that occupied the halls of government in their country. They wanted to count them all. [“A Day in the Life”, Verse 3, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967]. Oh, boy.
John Tartaglia
638 Danbury Road, April 22