Here’s one, from the files of Democrats.

John Podesta, one of Democratic Party Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s most senior advisors, says WikiLeaks and Republican Party Presidential candidate Donald Trump are in cahoots over the former’s leaks concerning Podesta’s, Clinton’s, and the Clinton campaign’s emails.

Clinton adviser John Podesta pointed the finger at Trump adviser Roger Stone, who he said has been in touch with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Podesta also raised as evidence an August tweet in which Stone said Podesta’s “time in the barrel” was coming. The tweet was sent shortly after WikiLeaks published scores of hacked emails from other Democratic officials.

Because a simple prediction that comes home must be proof of collusion.  Sure.

He also worked in the Democrats’ fantasy of a Russian Connection:

[H]e also suggested the driving force could be “Mr Trump’s deep engagement and ties with Russian interests in his business affairs.”

As usual when the Left can’t form a coherent argument on a subject, they try to distract with accusations and character assassination.

Is this what we want in the White House?

5 thoughts on “Distractions

  1. Eric, Mr Podesta is probably lying.
    He is from that political cesspool they call Chicago. Mobster Democrats all of them.
    Another thing,
    Podesta was using GMAIL. Not a US Gov’t secure email system.

    The Most Important WikiLeaks Revelation Isn’t About Hillary Clinton



    The timing of this attack on Podesta is perfect.

    • Sure. But Trump’s supporters and surrogates should be the ones going over this, in the press and on social media. Trump needs to a) stop arguing the personal attacks and b) focus his commentary on Clinton, her dishonesty, her record in office, the failure of her policies as executed and as would be executed and c) focus (two foci–it’s an ellipse…) on his own policies. And get into the black and Hispanic neighborhoods and talk directly to them.

      And get off the “what have you got to lose” kick and start saying “this is what you have to gain.”

      Eric HInes

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