Reposting my last post from the Administration Actions here. That way, if anyone wants to respond to me, they can do so here.
Financial dealings on their own do not constitute collusion. I believe that, while this investigation has plenty of merits, an issue is that people are relying on shorthands that we need even the idea of "collusion" to be defined so we have a clear idea of what is being discussed. What's most concerning to me are the hacks and other cyberattacks. The Internet Research Agency was recently indicted by Mueller, and while people can easily say "Trump is Putin's puppet", I believe that, while that may be accurate, it neglects all the other players in this possible collusion, both the Americans and the Russians.
Okay, sure, James Comey was fired for leaking information to the media(which he admitted to, very explicitly, in his court hearing/testimony under oath) which is completely illegal. Also, McCabe, according to bosnald glump himself, got fired for knowing about the corruption in the FBI and not doing anything about it, which is textbook conspiracy.
Also, all the indictments by Mueller so far have been for things like posting """""fake news""""" or making multiple twitter accounts to shill or so on which aren't actually punishable under US law because of the first amendment, and the identity theft of people to buy ads and make twitter accounts which is obviously bad, but not very impactful on the election.
Also, flynn got caught for not reporting his call to russia to the vice president. The CIA checked his call, and there wasn't anything in the actual call to warrant an arrest.