Talk of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign continue to swirl.
The latest ink in the New York Times tries to spin a thick web of collusion and activity between the Trump team and high-placed Russians to help defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Trying to tie the malfeasance generated by characters like George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, and Michael Flynn with the overly-obsessive Democratic narrative of a smoking gun has reached a fever pitch.
In The Federalist, Willis Krumholz breaks down the latest drivel appearing in the Times and demonstrates piece-by-piece that the constant flow of allegations and innuendo aren’t holding much water in reality.
Ultimately, seeing Russians around every corner has proved to be the downfall of credibility for many arm-chair pundits.