The Trump-Russia narrative loses another HUGE notch of credibility

The Trump-Russia narrative gets weaker and weaker as more and more facts emerge, or in some cases, never do emerge. This article goes back to the original collusion narrative. Do we even remember where it started? Remember Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta? Remember how his email got phished and all his emails wound up in Wikileaks? Remember the hacking into the DNC email server? The claims by the Democrats and spun by the mainstream media was that the Russians did it and were doing their level best to help Donald Trump win the Presidency. If that is all true, why was the FBI not allowed to investigate the hacking? 

As Written and Reported By Jordan Schachtel for Conservative Review:

Prior to the publication of the infamous Trump-Russia dossier, the DNC server intrusion and the Podesta email account “hack” were put forward as the first pieces of evidence that Russia was running a weaponized cyber campaign to support then-candidate Trump. But what if these hacking allegations are entirely baseless, just like the “salacious and unverified” allegations in the infamous dossier?

At the tail end of the 2016 presidential election season, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) spun the mainstream media into a frenzy by announcing that its servers had been hacked. The supposedly shocking news came just months after the Gmail account of Hillary Clinton campaign chief John Podesta was “hacked,” resulting in his emails falling into the hands of WikiLeaks. Shortly thereafter, most of the media reported as fact the DNC’s determination that “the Russians” were responsible for the hacking of both the DNC and the Podesta email account.



Was the DNC actually hacked? Trump-Russia narrative continues to collapse


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