My hypothesis as to why President Trump was investigated for Russian ties is at least as plausible, and likely far more plausible, than the Democrat Party’s Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy. The Democrat Party is on a crusade to destroy Donald Trump’s Presidency. So far, an 8+ month investigation has returned exactly zero evidence that Donald Trump and his campaign colluded with the Russian government to defeat Hillary Clinton.
Note: There are no claims that the grossly embarrassing information exposed by the DNC server hack and John Podesta’s emails was faked.
The Democrat Party is well known for the tactic of going on the Offensive by charging opponents with accusations that they themselves are guilty of. They are quick to tar and feather the Republican Party and every member in it as racist supporters of the Ku Klux Klan working to bring back Jim Crow Laws for example. Of course the truth is that the Klan was the militant arm of the Democrat Party, and it was Democrats who invented and employed Jim Crow Laws. History shows that Republicans were the Party that fought the Klan and Jim Crow Laws.
It’s also well known that in campaigns the truth doesn’t always matter. October surprises often have some measure of truth, but their real intent is to quickly damage one’s opponent in the run up to Election Day. The election ends before the full truth gets out.
It’s with these two thoughts as background that I hypothesize that the investigation into Donald Trump and his campaign’s alleged ties to Russia was in fact:
- A weaponization of the United States intelligence agencies and
- Their use in opposition research for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Why? Remember, the book Clinton Cash clearly detailed Hillary and Bill Clinton’s ties to the Russian Government and Vladimir Putin. Bill Clinton was given over $700,000 for a speech that he gave in Russia. There were very clear ties between Hillary and Bill to wealthy Russian oligarchs.
Clinton Cash details the connections between the Clintons and Russian front companies in the sale of 20% of US uranium mines to the Russians. Clinton Cash also details how nine investors connected with the sale donated $145 Million to the Clinton foundation.
Hillary Clinton had no defense against these revelations. They were well documented and damning. Her campaign had to be concerned about her connections to Russia and Putin and her role as SECSTATE in moving the sale forward, so they needed a strategy to deal with it. Beyond ignoring the scandal, it’s likely that Hillary’s best strategy for blunting the impact of this bombshell was to have counter charges ready to go against Donald Trump.
Going on the Offensive against Trumps campaign might buy her enough time to get her safely through the election. In order to orchestrate an attack against Trump, Hillary’s political machine required a portfolio of evidence stockpiled and disseminated within Democratic operatives to be used at the moment of greatest need.
Unfortunately, the Russian connections to Clinton never became a significant issue during the election, despite its explosive nature. Clearly the Democrat Party and the minion media were completely convinced that Hillary Clinton was going to win the election, and so the blitzkrieg counterattack against Donald Trump and his campaign was never used.
Hillary Clintons campaign and the Democrat Party were shocked the night of 8 November, and Trumps win demanded an explanation. The Democrat rank and file was enraged, since the minion media convinced them Hillary was going to win in a landslide. From their perspective it wasn’t possible that Trump could’ve beaten her fair and square.
The Democrat Party/Minion Media conspiracy that came out was the unspent Opposition Research round that Donald Trumps campaign had ties to the Russians. In the end this witch-hunt will find nothing because there was nothing to it, and there never was intended to be anything of substance in it. The intent was merely to distract the American voter long enough to get Hillary across the finish line.
Further evidence as to my contention that ties to Russians and their impact on America’s elections really have nothing to do with this story is the clear evidence that no one is asking about Hillary Clinton’s ties to the Russians and what influence or leverage they may have had over her, had she become President. The fact that this is a one-way story, completely surrounding Donald Trump and his campaign, proves that facts really didn’t matter.
“The president’s legal team said Saturday they believe the entire meeting may have been part of a larger election-year opposition effort aimed at creating the appearance of improper connections between Trump family members and Russia that also included a now-discredited intelligence dossier produced by a former British intelligence agent named Christopher Steele who worked for a U.S. political firm known as Fusion GPS.”
- The recently released book Shattered details how Hillary’s Campaign was responsible for starting the conspiracy theory immediately following her 8 Nov loss.