The media reaction to the expose of the DOJ-FBI corruption and the dishonesty of the Clinton campaign is a cover up

Willis L. Krumholz:
... Many are so invested in the collusion narrative that a severe-enough blowback — where it is found that Hillary colluded with Russia, not Trump, for example — could destroy American institutions that wield enormous amounts of power.

Those at risk include the Democrat Party’s media appendages, such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, Business Insider, The Hill, and Vox. Even the Democrat Party, at least the uber-corporatist manifestation that we see today, faces an existential crisis.

In other words, it will get much worse before it gets any better. In the meantime, to cut through all the media’s horse manure, here are five things we’ve learned about the so-called Russia investigation in the last week (and, at the end, what you can do about it).

1. The FISA Abuse Memo
3. What We Do Know from the Strzok-Page Texts
4. The ‘Secret Society’ Runs a Distraction Campaign

The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway correctly predicted that as information highly damaging to the collusion narrative began to see the light of day, the media would go haywire....
5. Comey’s Leaking Friend Now Claims to Be His Attorney
There is much more in this long piece that tries to keep track of the twists and turns by the Democrats and the media to the revelations of their schemes and collusion in pursuit of a coup attempt.


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