An actor and his crack team of journalists will uncover the truth of alledged Russian Meddling

Thanks to director Rob Reiner, his pal Morgan Freeman and journalist David Frum, you will soon be safe from the Russian threat. The threat of meddling in the election processes of the United States. They have formed a committee. You all know how valuable committees are. For example, a camel is a horse that was put together by a committee. Rob and friends will set about investigating Russia and Putin and expose all the damage that they did to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Never mind that Hillary was and is damaged goods and was never going to be elected. 

As Written By Emily Zanotti for the Daily Wire:

Director Rob Reiner, his pal Morgan Freeman and journalist David Frum have joined forces to create a “Committee to Investigate Russia,” designed to uncover the truth behind Putin-led meddling in the 2016 Presidential election.

Reiner announced the CIR on Tuesday, posting to Twitter that he wants Americans to ” “understand the gravity of Russia’s invasion of our democracy,” adding that he intends on using his resources to truly solve the mystery of how Donald Trump won the 2016 Presidential election.

The group launched their website,, on Wednesday. It has a few fancy videos – one of which stars Freeman, who warns that Russia is waging a war on the United States that we can no longer afford to ignore. “We have been attacked,” bellows Freeman. “We are at war.”

The video makes no mention of the Obama Administration’s longstanding “hands off” policy with regard to the foreign superpower, only that it became clear after the 2016 elections that something must be done about Vladimir Putin’s……..


Actor Rob Reiner Launches Committee To Investigate Russian Election Meddling | Daily Wire

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