As many of you know, in the past I have been an active critic of old George Ochenski. This time I have to agree to about 99 percent what he had to say in his column dated Nov. 6.
Most times in the past George Ochenski was out in left field still playing long after the game was over.
Ochenski is still wrong on his “the tidal wave of corruption associated with or emanating from the Trump campaign and presidency.” There is not any proof of corruption. Paul Manafort was indicted for offences he may have committed long before there was a Trump campaign.
George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to “lying to federal agents.” That could be as bad as using the wrong date or time.
In the 99 percent of his column that is correct, Ochenski lays out a good case of dark or fishy money. With the Missoulian's 200-word limit, it is hard to lay out the Clinton-Democratic National Committee-fishy/dark money scheme. Use Google and have fun.