It started with an interview at the contentious, disastrous Democratic National Convention last summer. When Clinton campaign guru Robby Mook was asked by MSNBC to explain the revelations of bias found in the DNC email threads, the sleazy lawyer smirked at the camera.
“It’s the Russians. The Russians did this,” Mook said on national TV. “It’s a national security threat.”
Just like that, Democrats proved that yes, they can go that low – risking a re-start of the Cold War with Russia by pushing the story through their friends in the mainstream media. Almost a year later, the tall tales remain designed to distract Americans from the corruption of their party.
But after Congress, the FBI and the CIA have spent months scrounging for any real evidence that Russia targeted the DNC to help Donald Trump, it would appear that the well is still dry.
When asked by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer today whether any evidence has been uncovered of collusion between Moscow and Trump, California senator Dianne Feinstein replied succinctly “Not at this time.”
“Well, that’s a pretty precise answer,” replied Wolf.