The Left Continues to Ignore Ukrainian Election Hacking

  • 2019-10-28
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
The Left Continues to Ignore Ukrainian Election Hacking
By Cliff from Arlington, Virginia, USA [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
 
As the left searches for any little sliver of information that can help them impeach President Trump, they continue to ignore the elephant in the room. The misdeeds of the Ukrainian government as well as the Biden's close ties to the government.

According to Deroy Murdock in Newsmax:

Democrats and liberal journalists now resemble those world-famous Chinese monkeys: See No Evil and Hear No Evil. (Their similarity to Speak No Evil is less convincing.) The Left clearly prefers that Joe and Hunter Biden’s unusual connections to Ukraine remain unscrutinized.

But what if a Ukrainian probe — especially under President Volodymyr Zelensky, who ran and won on anti-corruption promises — confirms that the Bidens are total crooks? Should Americans elect Joe Biden absent that knowledge?

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And, perhaps more important, what about reports that Ukrainians hacked the Democrat National Committee’s server in 2016? What if this suspicion is not “debunked,” as the Left now insists?

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The DNC’s server got hacked. The eternally vigilant Republican National Committee’s computers remained unpenetrated. Thus, rather than relentlessly whine, Democrats, the Big Media, and other Leftist ingrates should thank Trump for asking Ukraine to examine the once and perhaps future hacking of the Democrats’ server and the presidential election they lost — and might lose again.


Murdock also points out how Schiff's basis for investigating the President is ridiculous and had to be crafted by him in order to fit his own anti-Trump narrative where Trump blackmailed the president of Ukraine into looking for dirt on the Bidens. Murdock categorized Schiff's crusade as, "Adam “Torquemada” Schiff’s illegitimate sham-Inquisition."

[READ the entire piece at Newsmax]

 Source: TTN

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