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Barnes and Noble Muller Report;

Barens and Noble 

Barnes and Noble is giving away
free copies of the Mueller Report
by Nathan'ette Burdine: April 18, 2019


Barnes and Noble is giving away free copies of the Mueller Report.

The report includes rainbow colored redactions with red being super juicy, purple being juicy, green being somewhat juicy, orange being a little juicy, and yellow being a tad bit juicy.

All of this juiciness is associated with the names of the people and or organizations who had a role in the 2016 Russian Collusion show.

Expect to see a lot of red on the pages associated with Wikileaks, Julian Assange, and Cambridge Analytica.

Purple will be abound on anything linked to Michael Cohen. Green can be seen on the pages dealing with the Trump Tower meeting.

Orange is on all the pages about the man himself, Donald J. Trump Sr.; while yellow covers the pages with information about folks like Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn, George Papadopoulos, and all the other folks who got a criminal record as a result of their work for Donald Trump and the Trump campaign.

Keep in mind that the 400 plus page rainbow colored redacted Mueller report is free.

You can get a hard copy, paperback copy, or even download it on Nook. All it takes to get this free copy of the greatest report of the early 21st Century is to go to your computer, sit down, go to Barnes and Noble’s website, type in Mueller Report, look to your right, and then click purchase.

It’s up to you! Don’t wait! These free copies go faster than free tickets to a Beyonce concert! So get your free copy today!

Expect a $5 charge for shipping and handling.


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