No, it wasn't. But as the article I posted above is stating, Trump supporters will believe anything.
CNN, NYT told you of collusion constantly. According to SOURCES close to the investigation.
No, they didn't. Do a google search.
However, I did pull up politifact:
About a year later, Schiff said, "there’s clear evidence on the issue of collusion," in a CNN interview on January 10, 2019. "But whether it amounts to conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt, I think, we still have to wait for Bob Mueller’s work."
Schiff tweeted similar comments after Barr’s letter was released March 24.
"Mueller did not find sufficient evidence to establish conspiracy, notwithstanding Russian offers to help Trump’s campaign, their acceptance, and a litany of concealed interactions with Russia," Schiff wrote. "I trust Mueller’s prosecutorial judgement, but the country must see the evidence."
Which is what the Mueller report stated. There is evidence, just not sufficient evidence to get a conviction.
Here MSNBC ran this:
"The evidence is pretty clear that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians," Sen. Richard Blumenthal told MSNBC host Chris Hayes Nov. 17, 2018.
Hayes asked if it really was that clear.
"The evidence is there, whether they have enough of it to bring criminal charges is another issue in town," Blumenthal said.
Again, that is what the Mueller report stated, not sufficient evidence.
CNN interviewed Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., House Judiciary Committee chairman, on Nov. 30, 2018. Nadler said he definitely saw collusion.
"The fact that Manafort and Trump Jr. met with Russian agents who told them they wanted to give them dirt on Hillary as part of the Russian government’s attempt to help them, and that they said fine," Nadler said. "I mean, it’s clear that the campaign colluded, and there’s a lot of evidence of that. The question is, was the president involved?"
Here he is talking about the campaign members, not Trump.
"When you look at Donald Trump Jr., and what is on the record, there was clearly an intent to collude," Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said Dec. 14, 2017.
Again, not Trump, but Trump Jr.
The target was not originally Trump until he decided to make it about himself.