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Brian Krassenstein denies these tweets have aged horribly, holds out hope for Trump family indictments

In the wake of the release of the Mueller report to the Justice Department, people have noticed some tweets from Resistance leader Brian Krassenstein that have not aged well, both from last year:


Many media outlets are reporting that there will be no new indictments, and the release of the report is the end of the line for the Mueller investigation. So will Krassenstein make good on those promises?


Will Krassenstein follow through and delete his account? Let’s just say it doesn’t look that way, judging from Krassenstein’s replies to James Woods and everybody else:


Everybody else’s tweets won’t age well?

Looks like this means that in several weeks there will be a tweet about others’ tweets that didn’t age well that will not have aged well. This is getting confusing.

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