Hillary Clinton has accused Representative Tulsi Gabbard of being recruited to be a Russia asset in the 2020 election. Members of the mass media have justifiably come out and dismantled her opinion, and even called it “bizarre” and a “conspiracy theory.“
It may seem like they finally are doing their job, but the irony is that they have been selling a more bizarre conspiracy theory for the last two years. The media themselves have accused President Trump of being a Russian asset. They wrote and produced stories without having evidence, citing anonymous sources and witnesses to tell the American people that they had elected a man to be President who was taking direct orders from Moscow.
Washington Post – Here are 18 reasons Trump Could be a Russian Asset
New York Magazine – Will Trump Be Meeting With His Counterpart — Or His Handler?
Huffington Post – James Clapper: Donald Trump May Be A Russian Asset
Newsweek – Putin’s Man in the White House?
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper tells @DonLemon that he agrees with former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe's remarks that it is possible President Donald Trump is a Russian asset, adding "a caveat, whether witting or unwitting" https://t.co/fMpjGPFJVi pic.twitter.com/ZkgvODeQR9
— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) February 20, 2019
In Gregg’s new book, Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History, he shows how the media, both knowingly and inadvertently, were used by deep state actors in an effort to claim that Donald Trump is a Russian asset. James Comey, James Clapper, John Brennan, and Andrew McCabe all used their media contacts to sell the script that became the witch hunt.
Hillary Clinton has come out and used the script that the media have been selling to the American people for two years; they seem angry that she is copying them without giving them proper credit.