(National Sentinel) Fake News: The Washington Post was one of the first establishment media outlets to promote the theory that POTUS Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign nefariously and illegally “colluded” with Mother Russia to steal the election from Hillary Clinton.
The Post was eventually outdone by CNN, which continued to push the claim despite there being no evidence whatsoever to back up the claim.
Both of these “media” outlets are still pushing this nonsense after nearly two years, even as they work with the rest of the fake news media to brand Alex Jones a conspiracy theorist.
Everyone with a modicum of common sense knows how the Left operates: They are always guilty of what they’re accusing their political enemies of doing. In this case, they’re claiming Trump “colluded” when in fact it was Hillary Clinton’s campaign through the financing of the bogus “Russia dossier” that was actually gathered using Russian sources who fed British spy Christopher Steele false information.
The Post continues to push the BS theory.
Columnist Max Boot — an angry, perpetually triggered, anti-Trump goofball — just released a video claiming that without Russian assistance ‘Trump would not be president.’
How can anyone take these fools seriously?
Watch (if you can stomach the idiocy):
Here's why President Trump wouldn't have won without Russia, according to @MaxBoot.
— Post Opinions (@PostOpinions) July 30, 2018
Boot is claiming things for which there is no evidence.
The intelligence community along with Deep Staters like John Brennan and James Clapper has said repeatedly no votes were changed or prevented, and yet Boot says otherwise.
As the economy tops 4.1 percent, expect the nonsensical gaslighting from the Left to become even more unhinged.
And they wonder why more Americans believe in ghosts than the establishment media.