While the nation continues to come to grips with the violence taking place in Boston, many have lost sight of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ill conceived probe into Russia’s influence on the Trump campaign.
During the election of 2016, Hillary Clinton was forced to make a desperate claim as her campaign went down in flames. The former First Lady, sensing that America was headed toward a conservative awakening, attempted to paint a picture of republican candidate Donald Trump as a subservient minion whose puppeteer was none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin. Clinton’s desired outcome would have been for Trump’s candidacy to lose legitimacy after being magically connected to the supreme 1980’s American villain stereotype.
We all know how that turned out for her.
Now, as Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues his investigation into the wholly fabricated nonsense that the left has fallen for, Julian Assange of Wikileaks believes that he can answer Clinton’s questions once and for all using merely one simple document.
“Assange recently met with Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher in a secret meeting to discuss some very crucial information regarding the Russia investigation and start to negotiate an immunity deal if he is to disclose the information.
“The California Congressman recently stated that this information isn’t just some rumors, it’s earth shattering info that will flip this entire investigation on its head.
“Assange is trying to negotiate an immunity deal for these alleged documents that he says will completely clear him of being a Russian spy.
“Assange has said that he can kill this narrative in one meeting, one-on-one with President Trump after he reveals what he has been coveting so carefully.
“Assange must have something good or at least believe he does because, in addition to asking for immunity and a private meeting with the president, Assange has requested that WikiLeaks be granted a seat at the White House press briefings.
“That’s quite the ask for a bluff, which leads many to believe that this may be the actual info that ends this outlandish liberal narrative of some sort of secret Russia-Trump alliance.”
Assange has no history of foolish behavior, especially given his recent stint of solitude in an Ecuadorian embassy.
Should the Wikileaks founder’s claims be true, it could spell trouble for the democratic party who have been barely hanging on by a thread in the age of Trump. Their Russia conspiracy probe was truly the last bit of hope for the liberals as they stare down the barrel of a nation that has abandoned them.