Russiagate II

After the great blockbusting success of Russiagate, the crowd wanted more. And more you shall get:

Bestest definition we’ve heard so far.

Here’s an excerpt from the Blogmire blog:

What have they actually found? Well, there was the indictment of Paul Manafort. Surely that was a needle, wasn’t it? Well, only in the same way that a needle resembles a brick, the charges against him being utterly unrelated to Russia, but instead about dealings he had in Ukraine years before Donald Trump ever announced he was standing for election. How about the indictment of George Papadopolous by the Mueller inquiry? Well, given that the charge against him is again nothing to do with collusion with Russia, but rather about lying to the FBI, that’s not very needle-like either, is it?

Ah, but what about the “fact” that all 17 US intelligence agencies signed off on the January 6th document claiming that Russia hacked the DNC and Podesta computers? That’s surely the needle, isn’t it? Well, apart from the fact that the report contained no evidence to back up the claim of hacking, and apart from the fact that it was signed off by four, not 17 agencies, and apart from the fact that the NSA expressed only “moderate confidence” in the report’s conclusions, and apart from it containing the following hilarious disclaimer: “Judgments are not intended to imply that we have proof that shows something to be a fact” — apart from all that, yes it’s just like a needle.

We’re standing by with baited breath, waiting for the needle to be found. We’re at the ready to … ya, to do what exactly? Drop some bombs on Moscow? On the democratic party? To raise taxes on all American people for not believing in our antiganda lies? I guess it’s time to join the village idiots, so you appear as a winner and can say “I told you so!” when the tax is due.



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