by James Buchanan
If you’re getting sick of the endless repetition of the “Muh Russia” narrative on the fake news mainstream media, you’re not alone.
One website notes “Democrat Nina Turner on Sunday told Dana Bash that people don’t care about Russia.”
“After Bash had spent almost the entire ‘State Of The Union’ hour obsessing over Russia, she asked Turner ‘How’s this playing in Ohio?’”
“Sounding exhausted by the question, the former Ohio state senator responded ‘No one in Ohio is asking about Russia.’”
One painfully annoying thing about the “Muh Russia” accusation is that it’s never explained what exactly they mean. Perhaps the accusation is kept vague so Trump can’t refute it point by point.
One article notes “I’m asking — no, begging — you to write me and answer this one simple question: How did the Russians help Donald Trump become President Trump?!”
“I’ve heard some talk around the edges of an answer: One version says Russian President Vladimir Putin helped facilitate the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (but now we’re hearing a DNC employee gathered up thousands of emails). Yet the subsequent release, the story goes, of those hacked emails — highly embarrassing to the Hillary Clinton campaign — may have hurt her standing in the minds of American voters.”
“Hence, President Trump. But is that it? Is that the whole thing?!”
The Russians didn’t give Trump secret donations; he didn’t even need their money.
The Russians didn’t give Trump advice on how to run his campaign. They probably wouldn’t even know how to win an American election. (Trump didn’t even listen to his own advisers most of the time.)
The only significant possibility is the leak of Hillary e-mails. And why was that damaging? Because Hillary is a duplicitous crook and that came out strongly in her e-mails. So isn’t that really Hillary’s fault?
Most Americans saw through the Russian hacking narrative as soon as it appeared. Clearly, it was designed by the DNC to be spoon fed to their low-information voters to distract them from all the embarrassing Hillary e-mails being released by Wikileaks.
Today, the “Muh Russia” story is meant to draw attention away from the murder of the DNC official Seth Rich, whom KimDotCom recently confirmed as the source of the Wikileaks e-mails. That’s why CNN and MSNBC are doubling down on this story because it’s not just an excuse for Hillary losing; it shields Hillary from suspicion in the Seth Rich murder.
A new book “Shattered” details how Hillary placed the blame on Russia for her defeat, rather than on herself.
A Breitbart article reports “The new Clinton campaign tell-all, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, reveals how Hillary Clinton personally placed blame for her bruising defeat on Russian meddling ‘within twenty-four hours of her concession speech.’”
“The blistering behind-the-scenes book, by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, illustrates how Hillary Clinton furiously blamed her defeat on the FBI investigation into her private emails, Russian interference, and Trump’s supposed support from ‘white nationalists.’”
“From Shattered: ‘On a phone call with a longtime friend a couple of days after the election, Hillary was much less accepting of her defeat. She put a fine point on the factors she believed cost her the presidency: the FBI (Comey), the KGB (the old name for Russia’s intelligence service), and the KKK (the support Trump got from white nationalists).’ ”
It’s interesting to see how influential Hillary considers White Nationalism to be. There was definitely a grass roots sort of White Nationalism in the election. Millions of Americans didn’t want a corrupt Democrat giving Amnesty to 34 million illegal aliens. Most Americans want to live in a majority White nation, not some deteriorating ruins of a country that is falling down to a Third World status.