Harry Reid claims James Comey, Vladimir Putin conspired to make Trump president

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Harry Reid floats conspiracy theory that James Comey and Vladimir Putin conspired to elect Trump. Screengrab: YouTube

In an interview with CNN’s Manu Raju, Harry Reid, the outgoing Senate Minority Leader readers of this site said is both evil and mentally unstable, made the outlandish claim that FBI Director James Comey and Russian President Vladimir Putin were part of a vast partisan conspiracy to make Republican Donald Trump the 45th President of the United States.

“We know from reports we have seen from all of you guys,” he told Raju, “reports that people in the campaign for Donald Trump were in touch with the Russians. And now it is very clear.”

Reid offered no evidence for his claim, stating that it was in the media.

“There were reports in the press, for heaven’s sake,” he said.  “I can’t respond to a specific single item, but they were all over! All over.”

Here’s video of his latest lie:

“The DNC was hacked, everybody knew that,” Reid said. “WikiLeaks was coming out drip by drip by drip. They wouldn’t do it all at once of course because they were coordinating all of this from with the Trump folks and the Russians.”

“All I know it Russia helped a lot. Those WikiLeaks coming out –drip, drip drip– hurt her. And Comey helped Trump significantly. A week before the election he came out with… more emails. And as a result of this, we lost Senate seats and we lost the presidency,” Reid added.


It’s official.  Reid has gone insane and needs serious mental help…

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