Russia Election Hack: A Method To The Madness [Opinion]

The alleged Russia election hack is big news, and when I say “big” I mean humongous, insane, and shocking. It can also be accurately described as incredibly ironic.

How is the Russia election hack ironic? It’s quite simple, really. The supposed “hack” centers around the WikiLeaks Podesta emails, which the CIA and now the Democratic establishment are insisting was done by Russia to bring about a Trump victory, but it seems people are forgetting just what those emails contained: evidence of the Clinton campaign doing their best to rig the election in Hillary’s favor.

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Fans of WikiLeaks whistleblower Julian Assange show their support for his efforts outside the Ecuadorian Embassy on November 14. [Image by Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images]

Basically, Russia is being accused of helping Trump win the election because they supposedly leaked documents that proved the Clinton camp was engaging in illegalities to win the election.

U.S intelligence has never given the WikiLeaks findings the time of day, but all the sudden they’re all too interested in it, but only in its presence, not in its value. They’re using its presence to fuel the Russia election hack narrative.

It’s obvious at this point that the Democrats are in panic mode and will resort to just about anything to keep Trump from the White House. Reminding Americans of WikiLeaks risks the possibility of people who know nothing about what the emails reveal to gain sudden interest and decide to find out for themselves.

However, even though the Russia election hack is a last-ditch effort by America’s elite to steal the presidency, there is a method behind the madness, according to Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse.

According to Snyder, if the Russia election hack, aka WikiLeaks, made a big enough difference in which candidate Americans voted for, it may have “unfairly altered the outcome of the election,” making the final result untrustworthy, which “opens up all sorts of possibilities for the Democrats.”

In Snyder’s opinion, the Russia election hack accusation is part of the Democratic establishment’s “secret agenda” to keep Donald Trump from becoming the 45th president of the United States.

Michael is a true skeptic who isn’t afraid to point out the flaws of the alleged “Russian interference.”

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Russian president Vladimir Putin pictured sitting during a meeting in Moscow on December 12. [Image by Mikhail Klimentyev/AP Images]

“Of course the public is not being shown a shred of evidence that the Russians were behind any of this. Instead, we are just being told to trust the ‘experts’ at the CIA…”

Snyder mentions the fact that the only two Senate Republicans who have expressed their support of further investigation into the Russia election hack were also part of the GOP anti-Trump crowd during election season.

“I don’t think that it is any accident that John McCain and Lindsey Graham have chosen to be part of this effort…”

To add to the insanity, President Obama is depending on James Clapper, a known liar, to provide him with proof of the Russia election hack. Clapper committed perjury on March 12, 2013 when asked if U.S. intelligence gather private information about American citizens, to which he answered, “No sir. Not wittingly.”

It was later discovered that Clapper had lied during his testimony. Ironically, it was yet another whistleblower who had shed light on Clapper’s deceit. Edward Snowden was the man who had revealed the truth on this matter by way of leaking information out to the public, much like WikiLeaks have done.

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James Clapper on March 12, 2013, the day he lied while under oath to the Senate Intelligence Committee. [Image by Alex Wong/Getty Images]

Why would Obama rely on someone as disgraced as Clapper for information that could potentially throw a substantial wrench into a future President Trump?

As if the Russian election hack doesn’t give Donald Trump supporters enough to fret over, there are more challenges to overcome than just the official Electoral College vote on December 19. As long as that goes in Trump’s favor, the next potential roadblock comes on January 6, when Congress meets to tally up the electoral votes.

“Most of the time this is a formality, but this time around that may not be the case.

“If at least one member of the House and at least one member of the Senate submits an objection in writing, electoral votes can potentially be invalidated.”

If this is indeed accurate, there’s little doubt that those who are pushing the Russia election hack allegation are hoping to take advantage on January 6, assuming Trump reaches 270 votes on December 19.

Is the Russia election hack an elaborate scheme by Clinton allies to sabotage the will of the American people? Given that they’re giving new life to what can be found out about Hillary and friends in the very messages the CIA is accusing Russia of leaking, perhaps not. Or maybe there’s no chance worth passing up when there’s nothing left to lose.

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