Russia Collusion Narrative Shifts …… Again

There have been multiple breaking news stories by the New York Times about the Russia Collusion story. Each time that the Times has run up against a brick wall, they grasp at another story to nail down the narrative. The problem is that after all this time the only real story that is developing is how the Obama administration gamed the system to try to prevent Donald Trump from being President. That is the real story.

As Written and Reported By Andrew C. McCarthy for the National Review:

Trump Adviser’s Visit to Moscow Got the F.B.I.’s Attention.” That was the page-one headline the New York Times ran on April 20, 2017, above its breathless report that “a catalyst for the F.B.I. investigation into connections between Russia and President Trump’s campaign” was a June 2016 visit to Moscow by Carter Page.

It was due to the Moscow trip by Page, dubbed a “foreign policy adviser” to the campaign, that “the F.B.I. obtained a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court” in September — i.e., during the stretch run of the presidential campaign.

You’re to be forgiven if you’re feeling dizzy. It may not be too much New Year’s reverie; it may be that you’re reeling over the Times’ holiday-weekend volte-face: “How the Russia Inquiry Began: A Campaign Aide, Drinks and Talk of Political Dirt.”

Seven months after throwing Carter Page as fuel on the collusion fire lit by then-FBI director James Comey’s stunning public disclosure that the Bureau was investigating possible Trump campaign “coordination” in Russia’s election meddling, the Gray Lady now says: Never mind. We’re onto Collusion 2.0, in which it is George Papadopoulos — then a 28-year-old whose idea of résumé enhancement was to feign participation in the …..

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New York Times’ Trump – Russia Collusion Narrative Reset — George Papadopoulos & Carter Page | National Review

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