Russia!Russia!Russia! is destroying The Intercept

The Intercept was founded several years ago as a bastion of “confrontational journalism” by a distinguished group of contributing editors, including Democracy Now! veteran reporter Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald. It sprang directly out of the work of Greenwald, a lawyer, who helped Edward Snowden survive to publish his groundbreaking 2013 and 2014 exposes of NSA domestic wiretapping.

How Russiagate could literally save our democracy

You never know where a criminal investigation might end up.
In 1993, Republicans using the laughable claim that Hillary Clinton killed Vince Foster, started a series of investigations that ended with President Clinton being impeached for lying about oral sex.
In 1972, a third-rate break-in at Watergate led to the downfall of a presidency.