The Susan Rice Scandal Provides Some Clarity

As expect­ed, Ann Coulter pro­vides some insight­ful com­men­tary and salient points about the unfold­ing Susan Rice scan­dal and the ongo­ing lib­er­al and main­stream media-dri­ven nar­ra­tive about Russia “inter­fer­ing with” the 2016 U.S. Presidential elec­tion.  Perhaps Russia did involve itself in American affairs in some nefar­i­ous man­ner:  I doubt that we will ever know, one way or anoth­er, for cer­tain — par­tic­u­lar­ly not now that we know, among oth­er things, that U.S. intel­li­gence agen­cies them­selves con­duct a vari­ety of com­put­er hack­ing, and oth­er activ­i­ties, while mak­ing it appear that Russia (or any­body but the U.S.) was the cul­prit.
*While the link (above) and evi­dence may, or may not, sup­port my use of the words “and oth­er activ­i­ties” I have used those words because present­ly I believe that the term “com­put­er hack­ing” can eas­i­ly be viewed too nar­row­ly.

Read Ann Coulter’s The Russian Emperor’s New Clothes.

Why on earth would Russia pre­fer a loose can­non, untest­ed pres­i­dent like Trump to an utter­ly cor­rupt politi­cian, who’d already shown she could be bought?  The more cor­rupt you think Russia is, the more Putin ought to love Hillary as pres­i­dent.


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