Has anyone else noticed that the talking heads in the mainstream media are now hiding under their desks when “Russian collusion” is mentioned? Formerly foaming-at-the-mouth leftists like Shepard Smith of Fox News have moved on to more real news (as “real” as can be expected in the fake news environment of the mainstream media).
Do they finally get it or did they know all along that there was no there there but were compelled to contribute to the fabrication as loyal leftists and devoted Trump haters? Whichever the case, we can all be grateful that the fairy tale has finally reached The End. I hope I’m not premature in saying that and some snoop doesn’t find yet an empty bottle of Russian salad dressing in the White House trash and the fairy tale survives yet another week.
Last Monday, July 24, 2017, appears to be the day that the completely fabricated Russian collusion fairy tale drew its last breath. That was the day that Jared Kushner met privately with Senate investigators, after which he made a three-minute statement, that, for whatever reason, appears to have quietly ended the witch hunt.
Kushner told reporters in his brief statement that he wanted to be “very clear,” that he “did not collude with Russia nor do I know of anyone else in the campaign who did so,” adding that he
“had no improper contacts” with Russia and concluding that his actions were entirely “proper.”