House Russia Hearing: Revelations Or More Speculation?

To Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA), Russian President Vladimir Putin is a tarantula spinning a web to trap the United States. Rigging the election in Trump’s favor was just the start of his plan of conquest. In yesterday’s House Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian influence in the Trump Administration and campaign, Ranking Member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) read from the discredited opposition research dossier on Trump and noted that it might not be true…but then again it might. So more investigations are needed. In the end, nothing new was revealed, only speculation on the part of the Members and of witness, FBI Director James Comey. It was a classic Washington dog and pony show. We look at the distraction of the House hearing in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

2 thoughts on “House Russia Hearing: Revelations Or More Speculation?”

  1. Once again the House wastes our tax dollars investigating nonsense when there are other targets much more worthy of their time. For example, why don’t they investigate Killery and the influence of pay to play of the Clinton Foundation while she was Sec State? That would make too much sense.

  2. It’s all just a part of the vicious circle that was created when Trump hinted on better US/Russia relations and Hillary found it as a perfect opportunity to take the opposite position. She knew it would work well with ‘most’ Americans and it did.

    It’s just so unfortunate that it’s spiralled out of control and it’s become the main issue for the Dems in their attempt to destroy Trump.

    That is in no way lauding any praise on Trump. He’s an ignorant lying bast-ard who is taking the world closeer to nuclear war. It’s just that he never really meant anything serious on better US/Russia relations and now he just wants it to go away. I’ve said this a few times in the past but now it’s getting just too obvious to ignore anymore.

    Raimondo is stuck in it and he’s driving this site away from the antiwar cause. Eventually he’s going to have to admit he’s wrong on Trump, regardless of the seeming attractiveness of Trump’s domestic agenda as it relates to the libertarian cause.

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