Revealed: Who Really Tried to Influence the 2016 Election

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While the White House and the liberal press have been touting Russia as the force trying to influence the 2016 election, I’ve been busy tracking the true culprit down.  Now, the lamestream media is lying about a CIA report that allegedly proves that Russia tried to influence the election in Trump’s favor.  But that is fake news because the CIA report shows no evidence and clearly admits that it’s report is not proven.

There is a huge difference between what the liberals are accusing Russia of doing and what I found to be the attempted interference by the true conspirators.  If the liberals are right, what actually happened?  The truth was revealed.  No one is denying the truthfulness of the leaked emails.  But the true influencers used lies and innuendo.

The interference by the press and the DNC began during the primaries in saving Hillary from Bernie Sanders.  Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the corrupt head of the DNC who ended up having to resign in shame, set up the debates at times least likely to draw a crowd, which was a great help for Clinton inasmuch as she lost all of the debates badly with 80% of voters often stating that Bernie won them.  CNN reporters leaked debate questions to CNN’s Donna Brazile, who passed them on to Hillary Clinton.  Ironically, the ethically challenged Brazile took over for the ethically challenged Schultz.

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No, it wasn’t Russia — it was the media who tried to influence the election — the same media now hyperventilating over so-called “fake” news.

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