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This was an interesting thing that was on social media this morning.
I got about half through this article. While I concur there are probably truths within this article, I believe that these truths will be difficult to prove conclusively.
If the article is mostly true, then we are witnessing a very complex political conspiracy. I'm finding it a little difficult to believe that the Trump campaign can engineer such a plot. They just are not that smart.
I think the bigger question that should be asked is why Mr. Trump became such a political force in the first place. It's hard to fathom that he built his support to 62m votes just on Russian influence. We have to understand that he indeed was/is a legitimate political contender. By the rules of the US Constitution, he is the president.
Even if it can be determined that the Russian influence affected 1m votes which gave him the edge in the electoral college, the other 61m people had different reasons for voting for him.
And we should put a lot of blame on the D Party for not proffering up a candidate who resonated with the American people. I'm not sure it will learn from this mistake for 2020.
We need a new system of governance where skulduggery or perceived skulduggery does not become the reason for winning elections.