Why is there a Democrat feeding fury over the supposed hacking of the Russians into Hillary Clinton’s campaign strategies by the Democratic National Committee?
In a an interview by a reporter from ABC News with former Sectary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger who stated that hacking by Russia of the US is old news and is the fact that we hack them also. Dr. Kissinger also said that most technically adept countries are hacking or are trying to hack other countries constantly.
“Isn’t it interesting that it took an electoral barnyard beat-down to get the Democrats interested in Russian hacking? A drubbing by Donald Trump has done wonders to focus their minds.
How ironic that the Democrats have gone viral about Trump’s alleged coziness with Russia during the campaign when they’ve been Russia’s apologists for years. They are the ones (through Sen. Ted Kennedy) who clandestinely asked the Russians for help to beat Ronald Reagan in 1984. They are the ones who lambasted GOP 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney for being too tough on Russia. They are the ones (through President Obama) who secretly conspired to “have more flexibility” to negotiate with Russia on missile defense once Obama was re-elected. They are the ones who promised to “reset” U.S. relations with Russia.
But when it was expedient to discredit Trump during the campaign over his favorable comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin, they pretended to fear that Trump would collude with the evil Putin should Trump be elected. A resetting of U.S.-Russian relations looked ominous all of a sudden. It became even more alarming after Trump won the election and announced he would appoint Rex Tillerson as secretary of state. In case you haven’t heard, Tillerson has a personal relationship with Putin, and Democrats feigned concern that this could lead to the Trump administration’s selling the U.S. down the river — kind of like what Obama was planning on doing with missile flexibility,” As stated by David Limbaugh.
The Democrats have failed to mention that the Russians also tried to hack the Republican National Committee. They were not successful in this attempt. I reflect back on the day’s of the election of George Bush when Al Gore took the popular vote but failed to gain the majority the electoral votes.”
I remember when Al Gore lost his bid for president although he received the majority of the popular vote but failed to secure the electoral vote. He was encouraged by some Democrats to wage a contested battle. I also remember that with dignity that he said that our election process was not to be challenged.
No matter what convictions or party affiliations are held, we should respect our forefathers brilliant way of guarding our election process so that all states have rights to choose our president and not a few of the most populated.