By Tom Quiner
The Democrats have been united in their expressed belief that Putin “hacked” our election, and that somehow, Trump colluded.
Fake news stories were circulated about sinister Trump Russian connections, until they were exposed for the fraudulent lies that they were.
In light of recent events, Trump’s so-called bromance with President Putin seems to be another narrative deserving of the scrap heap, as radio talk show host, Dennis Prager, points out today:
“The interminably repeated left-wing lie that Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are in cahoots has exploded. With Trump’s military attack on Assad and verbal attacks on Russia, that claim has been shown to be what those with a little common sense knew it to be: a baseless, wholly made-up conspiracy theory meant to explain an election loss with which Democrats still haven’t come to grips. In fact, President Trump has shown more backbone with Russia in his first 100 days in office than President Obama did in eight years.”