Just this morning, President Trump blasted Russia on social media, proving the Russian collusion conspiracy theory wrong once again.
The article in question stated that witnesses have come forward to say that the firm responsible for the now-famous Trump dossier also worked for the Kremlin.
Trump’s statement was clearly an accusatory one against the Russian government, suggesting they tried to sabotage the 2016 election due to his views on U.S. military and his push for lower oil prices.
Trump’s tweet is an obvious contradiction to the media storm currently accusing him and his administration of colluding with Russia in an effort to undermine the previous Clinton presidential campaign in order to further his own agenda.
But what Trump seems to be saying here is “Why would Russia work with someone who is so obviously opposed to every agenda that would benefit them?”
Despite mounting evidence that it could have been the Clinton campaign that worked with Russia, the liberal media is still having a heyday with anti-Trump propaganda. There is also an ongoing investigation trying to dig up evidence on the president’s ties to Russia, but so far, no evidence has been found that holds water.
One of the most compelling arguments in Trump’s favor is the testimony of Hermitage Capital CEO Bill Browder. Browder testified that Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya was also closely tied to the firm attempting to smear Trump. Veselnitskaya has also been accused of a scheme setting up Trump’s son in a much-publicized secret meeting.
White House Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed Browder’s testimony to the media, calling them out for not asking about the piece of evidence that further discredited the “phony dossier.”
“Today, there was public testimony that further discredited the phony dossier that’s been the source of so much of the fake news and conspiracy theories, and we learned that the firm that produced it was also being paid by the Russians,” Sanders said.
“You guys love to talk about Russia, and there’s been nonstop coverage,” she said. “Then the one day that there might have been a question on Russia, there wasn’t.”
The company that compiled the dossier was a Russian firm called Fusion GPS who hired former British intelligence agent, Christopher Steele to dig up dirt on Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. Browder also said that Fusion GPS was commissioned by Veselnitskaya to launch a smear campaign to undermine Trump’s campaign.
The question for the day is, if someone did collude with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential election, which party had the most to gain? And which party was the Russian agenda more in line with?
My vote is on the Clinton campaign…and that’s the only vote from me they’ll ever get!