(Freedom.news) President-elect Trump is (hopefully) serious about “draining the swamp” in Washington, D.C. of corrupt institutions, bureaucrats and lobbyists, but sadly there isn’t anything he can do about the scallywag RINOs in Congress. They will have to be dealt with by the people.
Echoing claims from the now-vanquished campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) swear that Russia must have been behind the hacks of Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign emails, and they aim to get to the bottom of it, no matter what “relationship” President Trump has or will try to forge with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In addition to that nonsense, both men told the discredited Washington Post that they will also launch investigations into “suspected Russian hacking” of election results because, see, that really is the only way Trump could have possibly won Nov. 8. The Post didn’t ask (of course) and neither men clarified just how Russia could “hack” the paper ballots used by a number of battleground states Trump won commandingly, but who cares about that little detail, right?
And never mind that had Russia actually hacked the DNC and the election the Obama administration would have already been all over this, what with President Obama going all in for the criminal foundation c0-founder and serial national security risk who would preserve his legacy.
But here we are once again, following resounding Republican congressional victories, stuck with two crusty, old RINOs who have been in the Senate far too long, ready to tweak a major nuclear power’s nose just as an incoming administration has pledged to seriously improve relations with Moscow. Because nuclear war is obviously better than, you know, peace.
Per the Post:
Leading Senate Republicans are preparing to launch a coordinated and wide-ranging probe into Russia’s alleged meddling in the U.S. elections and its potential cyberthreats to the military, digging deep into what they view as corrosive interference in the nation’s institutions.
Such an aggressive approach puts them on a direct collision course with President-elect Donald Trump, who downplays the possibility Russia had any role in the November elections — arguing that a hack of the Democratic National Committee emails may have been perpetrated by “some guy in his home in New Jersey.” The fracture could become more prominent after Trump is inaugurated and begins setting foreign policy. He has already indicated that the country should “get along” with Russia since the two nations have many common strategic goals.
Of course Trump downplays any Russian role in hacking our election or the DNC; it’s absurd on its face. It’s tinfoil hat stuff. And yet senior RINO idiots McCain and Graham, both of whom are, like Clinton, presidential losers, feel like wasting a couple million more taxpayer dollars while doing all they can to sabotage a Trump administration’s efforts to patch things up with Moscow (without using a ridiculous “reset button” as a prop).
If we had any useful advice for the incoming Trump administration it would be this: Get ready to face this kind of stupidity for the next four-to-eight years. Hopefully before Trump leaves office, McCain will have stumbled back to Arizona and Graham retired by the people.
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