The Crowdstrike connection and the Democrat conspiracy theory it started

Julie Kelly:
Time To Reassess CrowdStrike’s Credibility

Trump foes dismiss any scrutiny of CrowdStrike as part of a “conspiracy theory.” But the tangled web between CrowdStrike, Democratic operatives, the Trump-hating media and the Obama Justice Department isn’t a theory, it is fact.
The media is also bent on using the "conspiracy theory" excuse for not investigating Democrat efforts to overthrow the results of the 2016 election.  "Conspiracy theory" has become a major Democrat talking point adopted by media figures such as Chuck Todd.

Derek Hunter has also written about the Democrats' use of "conspiracy theory."
It’s a term used to dismiss anything inconvenient to the left, and paint anyone questioning their orthodoxy as a loon.
The reason you can’t have a political debate with a Democrat is they have no basis for their actions and policies beyond they want them. The same goes for this “impeachment inquiry.”

Last week, the Washington Post declared “Government-by-conspiracy-theory rides again.” In that piece, “national correspondent” Phil Bump decried any investigation into how the Russian hoax investigation came into being. He wrote that Attorney General “Barr’s efforts are in service to a sprawling conspiracy theory targeting Barr’s own organization along with other components of the U.S. intelligence community. In other words, Barr is asking foreign countries to dig around for evidence of malfeasance by U.S. agencies.”
It has become the all-purpose excuse for their coup attempts.

The real conspiracy theory that has been debunked was the Russian collusion hoax.  Finding out who was responsible for it is an important investigation.


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