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.”


  1. sklyjd on April 18, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    Did you not realise politicians are two faced, including your hero?

    • quinersdiner on April 18, 2017 at 9:47 pm

      Yes. I can’t say I have Trump in my hero category. I’m still at the stage of trying to like him. I do like his early efforts at deregulation.

  2. sklyjd on April 19, 2017 at 5:38 pm

    I think that trying to like him is true of many Americans, but I think we are all a little uneasy about an American President who does not know which direction his war ships are going.

  3. d. knapp on April 20, 2017 at 9:35 pm

    POTUS relies on the pentagon to know where a military asset is at any time. If they tell him its on the moon, POTUS has no better info on which to act/speak. It was either an accident at the pentagon level or deliberate misinformation at the pentagon level. Either way, the error was NOT Trumps. I’m w/ you Tom. Early efforts to reverse the Obama regulations have me still hopeful. The GOP in Washington makes me think they never thought they would have every elected branch of gvt or that they didn’t actually want it or both. Everyone knows that everyone in Washington (on both sides of the isle) is hoping for/ trying to cause this man’s failure. If he wants any chance at success, he’ll have to hire private counsel/investigation services. If I were him I’d take the lesson of Caesar. NO one is his friend. God grant this man wisdom and intuition. I STILL don’t try to like POTUS. Dont know him or anyone that does. Liking POTUS is a strange concept. I liken it to liking celebrities. All I know is what they want me to. I lack sufficient info to form a personal feeling for someone a thousand miles away from me. I will say I think his NY apt is about the tackiest thing I ever saw. Reminds me of a fortune teller’s house I cleaned as a middle schooler when I helped my mom w/ $ by being a part time self employed maid…ornate and tacky. She was a really nice lady, if we can draw any inferences on the likability of the owners of the tacky NY apt.

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