Tonight, we’ll discuss Democrats’ latest conspiracy theories surrounding Russia, and an update on how Christians in the Middle East are faring after Cairo’s Coptic community sustained its deadliest attack yet.
The Democratic campaign to delegitimize President-elect Trump leading up to the Electoral College vote on December 19 is under way. Not content with their pathetic failed recount efforts and after blaming voter fraud, the Alt-Right and “fake news” for Clinton’s loss, the Left is now back to its favorite mantra: Blame Mother Russia.
But not everyone is buying this new spin, including some CIA veterans.
My first guest, Thomas Lifson, editor of the American Thinker, also disputes this conspiracy theory.
NEXT: It’s been several months since our last report on the Christian genocide taking place across the Middle East and sadly, nothing has changed.
This past Sunday during morning mass, a bomb ripped through St. Peter’s Cathedral in Cairo. Best estimates place the dead at 27 so far – mainly women and children, and another 65 wounded. This is the worst single attack on Egyptian Copts in history.
Raymond Ibrahim, an expert on Arabic history, joins me to talk about what’s happening in the region.