Amid ‘Russiagate’ Hysteria, What Are the Facts?

June 04, 2018 “Information Clearing House

“Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.”

That saying—often misattributed to Euripides—comes to mind most mornings when I pick up The New York Times and read the latest “Russiagate” headlines, which are frequently featured across two or three columns on the front page above the fold. This is an almost daily reminder of the hysteria that dominates our Congress and much of our media.

A glaring example, just one of many from recent months, arrived at my door on February 17. My outrage spiked when I opened to the Times lead editorial: “Stop Letting the Russians Get Away With It, Mr. Trump.” I had to ask myself: “Did the Times’ editors perform even the rudiments of due diligence before they climbed on their high horse in this long editorial, which excoriated ‘Russia’ (not individual Russians) for ‘interference’ in the election and demanded increased sanctions against Russia ‘to protect American democracy’?”…

Some day people who still read the NYT will be embarrassed to admit it.   This is imposed, orchestrated insanity on a national scale.  The puppet strings are not hard to see.   If you want to learn more than you’ll ever see in the “news”, look on the back of a dollar bill and research the meaning of the symbology.   Hint: the eye at the top of the pyramid is not putin’s.

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