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Former Georgia Congressman Jack Kingson is a Vladimir Putin puppet

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    I don't know why the devil CNN had this idiot on air but there he was, Jack Kingston, Georgia, bleating about the youth movement that is the aftermath of the 2018 Valentine Day's Massacre:

    Kingston attacked the students as mere stooges for “left-wing groups who have an agenda” during an appearance on CNN Tuesday morning. Kingston added he believed George Soros was actually orchestrating the students’ activism.

    dailykos.com/stories/2018/2/20/1743081/...

    Unfortunately, Mr. Kingston, the truth is out:

    Trump's Men In Moscow: Trump Disciples Suddenly Showing Up In Russia ...

    Donald Trump hasn't been inaugurated yet, but members of his campaign entourage are already riding the president-elect's coattails all the way to Moscow.

    On Monday, Jack Kingston, a former Trump surrogate, briefed American business people in Russia on what they might expect from the incoming administration.

    npr.org/2016/12/14/505581348/trumps-men...

    What kind of bennies are you getting from Vladimir, Mr. Kingston? Is the pay good?

    And, that sure is giving George Soros a lot of credit for stuff that I figure he's kind of clueless about.

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    Colorado Springs, CO
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    I had somehow missed this post and linked articles. Jack Kingston used to appear quite frequently on shows (MSNBC, CNN) when someone wanted an alternative view, but I hadn't seen him in a good while. Just as well because his views have seemingly become more radicalized.

    Karen raises a good point about just who has been "duped" by the Russians anymore. After reading the Mueller indictment of 13 Russians and the sophistication to which their meddling is being done even today, I find myself wondering about so many politicians and their false attacks. Do they do this on their own? Or is it all a part of the bubble of false information that they live under fed perhaps by Russian bots. What is the Fox News role in this?

    I don't want to start conspiracy theories, but I do admit to looking at many Republicans and their donors in a different suspicious light. When I look at some of the revealed Russian bot posts, I don't see much difference between them and those by Republicans. Do they actually believe what they are posting? Have the Republican brains changed so much that they think just like the Russian bots?

    Just scratching my head wondering and trying to make sense of things...

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    Schmidt Wrote:

    I had somehow missed this post and linked articles. Jack Kingston used to appear quite frequently on shows (MSNBC, CNN) when someone wanted an alternative view, but I hadn't seen him in a good while. Just as well because his views have seemingly become more radicalized.

    Karen raises a good point about just who has been "duped" by the Russians anymore. After reading the Mueller indictment of 13 Russians and the sophistication to which their meddling is being done even today, I find myself wondering about so many politicians and their false attacks. Do they do this on their own? Or is it all a part of the bubble of false information that they live under fed perhaps by Russian bots. What is the Fox News role in this?

    I don't want to start conspiracy theories, but I do admit to looking at many Republicans and their donors in a different suspicious light. When I look at some of the revealed Russian bot posts, I don't see much difference between them and those by Republicans. Do they actually believe what they are posting? Have the Republican brains changed so much that they think just like the Russian bots?

    Just scratching my head wondering and trying to make sense of things...

    Schmidt the same here; I do believe that all of this is not just "coincidence" somehow it is being "orchestrated" . A kind of a "coupe"