Consternation. The ridiculous Russian narrative keeps returning. It’s like a class B horror flick. The undead just keep coming. Nothing stops them. They are unceasing in their bloodlust, supernaturally strong as they keep going, nothing kills them.
Chief in the minds of many is the question, does anyone actually believe this crazy narrative as it becomes a class C movie? Does anyone actually believe that the President of the United States or his staff, colluded with the Russians to steal the election from Hillary Clinton? The surface answer is, no, no one can really believe something that inane for so long without one shred, or hint of evidence that it is true. That only happens in class D movies.
If you saw James O’Keefe’s devastating videos, you know that even the denizens of CNN do not believe it. Making the jump that most news outlets don’t believe this Russian narrative is not hard to make. Yet they persist (not a plagiarism of Chelsea Clinton’s book). It’s easy to find reasons why the story continues. The left is power mad. They are obsessed their ideas were rejected. They are psychotic. They are juvenile. They hate America. They hate themselves. They have no moral compass. They love the ratings and the money it brings. They need to be cocooned with lies to feed their snowflake egos. Their God is leftist politics, and she lost.
I happen to believe all those negatively charged phrases are generally true about the left. Yet, it’s still hard to fathom why they stick with this narrative. It’s old, stale, clearly manufactured, and obviously one of the dumbest we’ve had the pleasure to hear. Consider that most leftists think they are the smartest people in the room, heck, in the world. According to them, no one smarter has ever been born. Anywhere. Yet they persist with the most banal narrative ever devised. How do we reconcile the haughty superiority complex of the left with the increasingly obvious nothingnotevenveggie-burger of the Russian narrative?
We can’t really. It’s a mystery. One that’s very deep, complex, and somewhat incomprehensible.
Because psychosis is serious. Because delusion is destructive. Because denial is, as the saying goes, not just a river in Egypt. And the mystery of how this idiotic, laughable and ludicrous narrative survives is important to solve. Not just for the humor and schadenfreude watching the left melt down. Or the #nevertrumpers. Having watched interviews Tucker Carlson had with two formerly right of center foreign policy experts was shocking this past week. Both Ralph Peters and Max Boot were as defiantly angry, and just as laughable as most of the risible hosts of leftist TV newscasters. Peters looked like he wanted to jump out of his chair and strangle Tucker. Boot appeared as if he was going to do a Dr. Strangelove salute as he rambled on about the horrors of Tucker questioning the narrative. Here are some money quotes of formerly sane experts:
Peters: “You made your career being an American conservative patriot, and now you're suddenly cheering for Vladimir Putin?” And “ Vladimir Putin hates America, he wants to hurt us. Suddenly Vladimir Putin is a good guy, Russia is okay, no it's not. Russia is evil, Russia is our enemy.” And “You're not talking about dealing with them," "You're talking about an alliance, an anti-terror alliance."
Boot: “ I'm very disturbed, Tucker, when I see you at the top of the show, you and Mark Steyn yakking it up over the fact that Putin is interfering and meddling in our election process. Undermining the sanctity of our elections to try to get Donald Trump elected. And that Donald Trump, Jr., when he's told that Putin's government wants to support the Trump campaign, he doesn't pick up the phone to the FBI, he says "I love it." That to me is very disturbing. But what's even more disturbing is that you don't think it is disturbing. “
That’s pretty heavy invective; please watch these interviews to learn just how insane this narrative has become. Poor Tucker, just for asking questions, he is compared to those who once looked upon Hitler favorably. Having read the transcripts, it’s hard not to conclude that both of these experts believe the Russian narrative to a great degree. They answered my question. Yes, some people really believe this, even formerly rational people that aren’t apparent leftists. It was shocking. I hope they were just acting the part for TV, and even that is a disturbing thought. It’s good to know they are a miniscule minority, but disturbing nonetheless.
Collusion? Obama is the one who was shown colluding when he was caught on a hot mic saying to an important Russian diplomat, ““On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it’s important for him (Putin) to give me space,” “This is my last election,” “After my election I will have more flexibility.” Now that was proof.
Obama/Clinton allowed them to move on Crimea and the Ukraine, and to stay in Georgia with nary a whimper. Under Hillary Clinton’s watch, the Uranium One deal transpired. Russia got approximately 20% of American uranium interests, while the Clinton Foundation allegedly received over a hundred million dollars in payback, while her husband’s speaking fees in Russia apparently doubled immediately after the deal. Now that was proof.
Okay, so why would Vladimir want to exchange the easy mark of Hillary for a candidate who wanted to strengthen the US military, foreign policy, energy policy, and restore the economy to lead the world once again? Occam’s Razor: After almost a year of “Russia ate my homework” narratives, no way in Hell would Vladimir want to make that trade.
So how do we explain this mysterious psychotic delusion?
One thing is for certain. This irrationality should stop. The left, its power brokers and media shills need to take a deep breath, look in the mirror, and simply stop making fools of themselves. They will never regain power with this narrative, it’s actually driving more people towards the right; people would rather become the butt of jokes about believing in unicorns than this stuff.
And you thought the suicide rate among people with gender identity disorder was high.
But that’s nothing compared to the suicide rate among those who go after the Clintons.
The number of people connected to the Clintons who have ended up committing suicide is staggering.
And it isn’t just Vince Foster.
Just scroll through the Clinton Death List if you don’t believe me.
The number of suicides will astound you. Ed Willey, Gandy Baugh, James Bunch, Bill Shelton, Kathy Ferguson, Charles Miller, Victor Thorn, and Susan Coleman also died of “apparent suicides.”
And the Susan Coleman suicide is truly bizarre considering she was shot in the back of the head.
But now we can add two other people to the list.
Most recently, there is Klaus Eberwein – a Haitian looking into the Clinton Foundation’s Haiti Fund scam. He was found dead in Miami Tuesday from an apparent suicide:
And then there’s Peter W. Smith who had been trying to discover the whereabouts of Hillary Clinton’s missing emails.
Smith committed suicide in Rochester, Minnesota on May 14, 2017.
Now, he did leave a suicide note.
And honestly? It’s bizarre as hell.
Among other things, the Chicago Tribune reports his suicide note included this:
“NO FOUL PLAY WHATSOEVER – ALL SELF INFLICTED,” Smith’s note read in part. “NO PARTY ASSISTED OR HAD KNOWLEDGE AS AN ACCOMPLICE BEFORE THE FACT.”
Who makes a point of issuing a disclaimer about foul play in a suicide note?
Anybody else find that, well, peculiar?
Among those who get on the wrong side of the Clintons, the only cause of death more common than suicide is “apparent robbery in which nothing was stolen.”
Nothing shortens a lifespan quite like tangling with the Clinton Family.
No wonder James Comey folded like a cheap suit. The thought of ending up with a bullet in his head from “an apparent suicide” must have made him super queasy.
If I were the guy suing Chelsea for stealing his book idea, I’d hire security and go into hiding.
Because if he doesn’t, the next thing he writes will quite possibly be a cryptic suicide note absolving Chelsea of any involvement.
….Religion in politics is seemingly so far removed from the media’s idea of normalcy that a picture of the President praying left one CNN anchor struggling to find words, Wednesday….Teasing the next report, Burnett began:“Something we don’t see everyday here. The image of Donald Trump praying in the Oval Office and…all of those…hands, on him,” she struggled to find words to describe what was happening in the picture.During another tease of the report on the meeting, Burnett was more overt on how shocked she was by the image.“And next, a pretty stunning image, let me just give you a quick peek of it,” she gushed.“The President bowing his head in prayer in the Oval Office and all these people sort of, touching him….it’s very strange. We’re going to tell you what happened there,” she wrapped up….
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