Top Dem Accidentally Admits the Truth About Russian Voter Fraud
There's no doubt that the Wikileaks hacks, likely orchestrated by Russia, played a big role in exposing the truth about Hillary Clinton to voters. Still, fresh out of reasosn to avoid any sort of hard truths about their inability to connect with middle America, Democrats and their allies in the lamestream media have basically spent the last two weeks asserting that Russians "LITERALLY STOLE THE ELECTION!"
This is silly. The Wikileaks hacks did what real journalists failed to do this election- they properly vetted Hillary Clinton. While journalists were busy deconstructing Donald Trump quotes from 20 years ago to find evidence of racism, sexism, homophobia, and anything else we forgot, these leaks confirmed what everyone already knew about Hillary Clinton. Specifically, that she was dishonest, cold, and obscenely self-interested.
And yet, they still persist. Liberal loon Keith Olbermann is starting to sound like Joe McCarthy. The way liberals talk about Russia, you would think Boris and Natasha were running around the country stuffing ballot boxes. But they weren't, and last night one top Dem admitted as much. None other than Clinton lapdog Loretta Lynch, who knows a thing or two about fixing an outcome:
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch stated Thursday that the United States intelligence community has not found any evidence of “technical interference” on the part of the Russian government on voting machines used in the 2016 election.
Lynch instead referred to Russia hacking into the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Lynch elaborated that after the hacks, “the Department of Homeland Security was very actively engaged in reaching out to every state, to make sure that they had access to every resource they needed to protect the state electoral system as well, and fortunately we didn’t see any sort of technical interference that people had concerns about, in terms of voting machines and the like.”
Don't expect to see "nation's top law enforcement official denies Russian hack" anywhere in the lamestream media. Far more likely is that the coverage will become more and more dishonest until the day Trump is actually inaugurated.