So the new talking point by the mainstream media is that Russia “hacked the election” to make sure Trump won.
There’s no allegation that the voting machines were hacked — and if there were, the recounts proved that false.
No, by "hacking," some people mean those damning Democratic Party e-mails from Wikileaks, but there is no evidence that Russia or anyone else leaked those e-mails. Julian Assange of Wikileaks says the real source was a disgusted Democratic insider disgusted.
So is that all they mean by “hacking” — that we were accidentally allowed to see the real Hillary Clinton?
Until about five minutes ago, the Democrats and the media loved Putin and Russia. Remember when Obama mocked Mitt Romney for saying Vladimir Putin was a threat?
Look, I’m no fan of Putin. I like the fact that he takes on Islamic State terrorists, but that’s it.
But no, Russia didn’t “hack the election.”
That doesn’t even make sense in English.
I don’t think those gossipy WikiLeaks emails turned Michigan, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ohio and Florida for Trump. I think those veters want jobs, and a leader who will stand up for America.
And you know what else?
It's not scientifically possible for Trump to be more submissive to Putin than Clinton and Obama have been already.
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