The Last Throw of the Clintonistas’ ……. And it blew up in their faces– 47jh.,b43
Clintonistas is the perfect name for the Hillary crowd and their attempt to defeat Donald Trump. And when it blew up in their faces, they have since tried to sabotage the President. The collusion with the Russians has been their mantra since November the 8th. There have been many variations, but with the media’s help, they have kept their stench in the air. “There’s a smell of treason in the air,” presidential historian Douglas Brinkley said. “Imagine if J. Edgar Hoover or any other FBI director would have testified against a sitting president? It would have been a mind-boggling event.”
Three days later, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, a Trump-hater, put the quote on top of his column: “‘A Smell / Of Treason / In the Air’” In that column, Kristof asserted that someone who is not a Democrat claims “that there’s a persuasive piece of intelligence on ties between Russia and a member of the Trump team that isn’t yet public.” What kind of “ties?” Kristof didn’t say. Kristof continued: “The most likely scenario for collusion seems fuzzier and less transactional than many Democrats anticipate. He went on to offer “[a] bit of conjecture” suggesting more anti-Trump “sound and fury, signifying nothing.”
Then comes the reality of November 8, 2016, and the first thought of the Clintonistas: we must keep Trump from getting his hands on our files. (This is not to rule out the likelihood of a great deal of paper-shredding and email-deleting.) Recall that among the first post-election moves to focus on Trump’s links to Putin was the demand from Clinton campaign manager John Podesta to have intelligence officials brief the members of the Electoral College on Russian interference on the 2016 presidential election. The Clintonistas could, of course, count on their agents in the media to carry reports and columns of Russian ties to the Trump campaign – with, as noted by David Brooks, the intelligence people doing their part “to undermine this president.
source—David Zuckerman for the American Thinker:–allen west–