No, they are not facts, they are conspiracy theories the democrats dreamed up to try to undermine Trump. There is not an American alive who can spell out in detail what exactly he thinks Putin did to contaminate the election. All anyone has produced are opinions, assumptions, partisan conclusions, innuendo, speculations and narratives, none of which were back by specific detailed facts.
Democrats started out claiming Russia hacked the DNC computers and stole files. That turned out to be false so now they claim Russia must have done something bad because that is supposedly 'what all the government people in DC seem to think.' That is not evidence of factual evidence with specific details, it is evidence of mass delusion.
Wrong again marke, there is documented evidence as to the ways Russia helped get Trump elected.
This was an incredibly large, and well-planned, and well-executed program, with a lot of moving parts, and a lot of players. You could just make it a point to read some of the indictments. That would at least get you started but you're not going to do that, so I'll assist you.
Here is a good one to start with. This is an indictment of 13 Russian agents who were sent to the U.S. with false IDs, to run major propaganda programs and to stage rallies, create fake news websites, spread fake stories on Facebook and Twitter, stage fake parades, and even fake “confrontations” and “fights” and fake events such as burning effigies, to create inflammatory news stories.
Go on, read the actual indictment; Read the full indictment of 13 Russian nationals for 2016 election interference | PBS NewsHour
Then, perhaps move to the indictment of the 12 Russian GRU spies who hacked into five computer systems, stole all of the documents, and then sent them to Wikileaks to release publicly, to try to aid Trump’s campaign.
Here's the link to those indictments: Read Mueller’s full indictment against 12 Russian officers for election interference | PBS NewsHour
This last example describes how the Trump campaign was coordinating with Wikileaks to try to time the gradual release of those stolen documents. The Trump campaign wanted to “control” the time and dates of these “document dumps,” so they would occur on days when the Trump campaign really needed the most help.
Here's the link; Roger Stone: Read the full indictment against Donald Trump adviser
I could go on, but I won't because you're in denial marke, you don't want the facts or know the truth. The above are very real examples. Note that in all of the above cases, Grand Juries have seen the actual evidence, and they were convinced enough by that evidence to vote for indictments.