You know, it almost felt as though we were going to escape the clutches of the abhorrently useless #RussiaGate investigation without having to completely tear a new orifice in the backside of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
For months we have been privy to his nonsense, all thanks to some bizarre conspiracy concocted by Hillary Clinton and her democratic partners in debauchery who, as it turns out, were truly only projecting their own insecure and inexcusable relationship with the Ruskies onto their political opponents. The sheer stupidity and childishness of the incident harkens back to the 4th grade lunchroom where some socially-manipulative jerk would do something to irk the authorities, (read: Teachers), just out of vision, and, then would frame other students for their own misbehavior.
You see, Hillary Clinton made a mockery of the American people during the election of 2016, consistently pushing the false narrative that Donald Trump was somehow connected to the Kremlin, or himself was a Russian spy, or perhaps that he was being blackmailed by Vladimir Putin on account of his filthy preferences when it comes to Russian prostitutes and their bodily functions.
If you think that all of these scenarios sound truly unfathomable, you’d likely be right. There is absolutely no evidence that any of these varying theories are true, yet Hillary Clinton was repeating them ad nauseam for the entire nation to endure.
Heck, the former First Lady hasn’t stopped yet in alleging that Donald Trump is some sort of KGB agent, still pushing the wild and unverifiable conspiracy theory as recently as February of 2018.
I say this as a former Secretary of State and as an American: the Russians are still coming. Our intelligence professionals are imploring Trump to act. Will he continue to ignore & surrender, or protect our country?https://t.co/Z6uaSCgdF6
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 28, 2018
Hilariously, America simply wasn’t going to let Hillary have her moment, however, railing against the ultra-corrupt career politician for her bitter tone and unrelenting false narrative.
Remember when you literally killed Qaddafi and laughed about it? Talk about interfering another nation’s affairs!
— Joey M. (YourVoice™ America) (@JTMann05) February 28, 2018
— JenPal4Trump (@jen4trump1) March 3, 2018
One user even went for the jugular:
Are they coming for what is left of our Uranium? Maybe you want to come back to barter the deal Hillary.
— LoDuv💫BronzeStarWife (@Loduv) February 28, 2018
That last tweet alludes to something even more sinister occurring within the halls of government than the purported, (and unverified), conspiracy theory regarding Trump’s Kremlin connection: Clinton’s own backdoor deal with the Russian government in order to provide the aggressive U.S. “frenemy” with Uranium for creating nuclear warheads.
“An FBI informant connected to the Uranium One controversy told three congressional committees in a written statement that Moscow routed millions of dollars to America with the expectation it would be used to benefit Bill Clinton‘s charitable efforts while Secretary of State Hillary Clinton quarterbacked a ‘reset’ in U.S.-Russian relations.
“The informant, Douglas Campbell, said in the statement obtained by The Hill that he was told by Russian nuclear executives that Moscow had hired the American lobbying firm APCO Worldwide specifically because it was in position to influence the Obama administration, and more specifically Hillary Clinton.”
Certainly, this looks to be one of the more damning instances of government corruption unearthed in recent decades, yet, surprisingly, there is little uproar or commotion in the general vicinity of the controversy. This is likely due to the liberal elites’ chokehold on the mainstream media, who have been notoriously biased in favor of the democrats, often ignoring any news that could possibly be conceived as detrimental to their democratic puppeteers.
So, at the same time that Hillary Clinton was secretly enhancing the “bad guy” Russians’ uranium stockpile and funneling enormous donations into The Clinton Foundation, she was making absurd and nonsensical claim that Donald Trump was doing the bidding of Vladimir Putin.
The lack of evidence to support Clinton’s claims didn’t seem to matter, with her brainless democratic dunces pouncing on the idea that they had a real life spy novel unfolding before their eyes.
We must remember, of course, that the bulk of Hillary’s campaign effort was aimed directly at the millennial generation, who are the first subset of Americans to be immersed in the connectivity of the internet from birth. They have been groomed for their entire lives by the leftist media stranglehold on television, Facebook, Google, and YouTube. They are not the same as analog Americans, who were born free of the thought-control machinations of the social media landscape.
Clinton should have had it easy. She had sheep at the feed trough, so to speak, and she still couldn’t deliver.
When the election was said and done, Hillary was the recipient of an embarrassing electoral loss that sent her loyal millennial followers into a tizzy. Their childish tantrums were only enhanced by their lingering belief in Clinton’s #RussiaGate hoax, and, suddenly, social media was on fire with anger.
Like this fellow who just simply doesn’t understand how government and diplomacy works:
— #Unplugged 🔌 (@FRwriter2021DC) November 9, 2016
And we can’t forget all of the bold predictions from the delusional democrats either:
Around January 2018, Russia will humiliate Trump internationally. Count on it. https://t.co/pSTHQR1ua7
— Hug your furry friends (@TheBigFoxx) November 9, 2016
Thanks to this unnecessary and completely phony fervor being stoked by the tied-to-Russia Clinton camp, left leaning politicians got their special wish, and soon Robert Mueller was on the scene, having assumed the role of Special Counsel in the government’s investigation into Hillary’s hoax.
The escalation came amid concerns from the nation regarding exactly what Mueller would be looking for, given that Trump had crushed Hillary in the electoral college. Would Mueller be investigating the idea that Russians “hacked” the election results? Apparently, that was only a concern for those looking to be concerned.
“California’s top elections official has rebutted a federal claim that hackers targeted the state’s elections infrastructure, one day after Wisconsin also cast doubt on the Department of Homeland Security’s warnings.
“Last week, it was reported that DHS had contacted elections officials in 21 states to warn of hackers, potentially connected to Russia, targeting state elections systems ahead of the 2016 presidential election. The announcement augmented concerns about the integrity of American elections, already in the spotlight as Congress probes a wide-ranging Russian disruption effort.
“But California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said on Wednesday that DHS was ‘wrong’ to conclude hackers scanned the elections monitor’s networks, saying the probe targeted a different state agency.”
Even more damning is that this information has come from California, where every action, no matter how minuscule, is committed only to express a disdain for all things conservative, and where praising President Trump is a crime punishable by character assassination.
Sure, Mueller has charged a could of folks with process crimes that aren’t even related to the election of Donald Trump, but those charges are widely considered to be nothing more than posturing.
The real concern is how far and wide Mueller plans on taking this thing. Is the Russia angle nothing more than an elaborate smoke screen for the Special Counsel to dig into any malfeasance by any member of the Trump campaign? That would certainly be a clever ruse, and would allow Mueller to disseminate a great deal of information to his friends over at the Democratic Party just in time for the 2018 midterms and 2020 general election.
According to new reports from the investigation, Mueller is now even looking at a meeting between a high level Blackwater contractor and purported Russian officials.
“In January 2017, Erik Prince, the founder of the private security company Blackwater, met with a Russian official close to Russian President Vladimir Putin and later described the meeting to congressional investigators as a chance encounter that was not a planned discussion of U.S.-Russia relations.
“A witness cooperating with Mueller has told investigators the meeting was set up in advance so that a representative of the Trump transition could meet with an emissary from Moscow to discuss future relations between the countries, according to the people familiar with the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive matters.”
But those close to the encounter tell a different story altogether:
“Last year, Prince told lawmakers – and the news media – that his Seychelles meeting with Kirill Dmitriev, the head of a Russian government-controlled wealth fund, was an unplanned, unimportant encounter that came about by chance because he happened to be at a luxury hotel in the Indian Ocean island nation with officials from the United Arab Emirates.
“‘At the end, one of the entourage says, “Hey, by the way, there’s this Russian guy that we’ve dealt with in the past. He’s here also to see someone from the Emirati delegation. And you should meet him, he’d be an interesting guy for you to know, since you’re doing a lot in the oil and gas and mineral space,”‘ Prince told lawmakers.
“The two men, he said, spoke for no more than 30 minutes, or about the time it took him to drink a beer.
“‘We chatted on topics ranging from oil and commodity prices to how much his country wished for resumption of normal trade relations with the USA,’ Prince told lawmakers. ‘I remember telling him that if Franklin Roosevelt could work with Josef Stalin to defeat Nazi fascism, then certainly Donald Trump could work with Vladimir Putin to defeat Islamic fascism.'”
This is far from the story being peddled by the Mueller team and their leakers, who are merely attempting to sow seeds of distrust among the Trump faithful.
We mustn’t fall for this tactic of prolonged confusion and doubt. The left isn’t hitting us with substance, that’s for certain. Instead, it has become clear that a fog of leftist animus will be installed just over the head of our popular populist President, with the democrats calling into question the shade it casts from now until 2020.