In that particular thread, I was simply demonstrating that Mueller was fulfilling his mandate.
But—now that you mention—it, the facts given in the documents (along with Trump's public actions) do constitute crimes.
Let's start with a few easy ones.
Actual crimes are complicated and require legal analysis. (You have to match up facts to elements of the crime)
Here's retaliating against an informant ⤵️
(I didn't spent the many hours required to march through the legal analysis on each one.)
Yes, I have written about conspiracy against the US and Bribery, but not since last May, and we've seen lots more evidence emerge. I should definitely do a new one.
See the next tweet for the link.
Some people will think he overcharged. Others will think he undercharged. All we can do is wait for indictments, accept his decisions, and see what happens at any trials.
(I feel very organized now)
If I make a punctuation error (like pasting the dash in the wrong place in tweet #1, I can fix it.)
Dear editors and proofreaders I've worked with over the years: I miss you on Twitter.