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June 15, 2017  

Conspiracy Guy Show #29: The testimony of Attorney General Sessions has been trivialized by the left, which insists that he and others are covering up the intervention of Russia on behalf of the Trump campaign, for which there remains a stunning absence of evidence. A full page ad in The New York Times features the Washington Monument covered by the Russian flag with the single statement, "THE RUSSIANS ARE HERE". But the whole "Russian hacking" meme, which was fabricated by Robby Mook and John Pedestal out of whole cloth to distract from the miserable failure of Hillary's campaign, has warped the American public into a kind of semi-hysteria based upon pure propaganda. Whether it affected the shooter who wounded the GOP Whip during baseball practice is yet to be seen, but it would not be surprising of a Bernie Sander's supporter and advocate of gun control, who would have more appropriately targets the party that sabotaged his candidate's campaign. More deaths have led the attorneys involved in the DNC case to seek protection for their witnesses, given the pattern of loss of life by so many who have been associated with the leaks, from John Jones to John Ash to Seth Rich to Mike Flynn to Joe Montano to Victor Throne to Shawn Lucas and now Brandon Whisenant, the prosecutor who washed up on a Florida beach in the district of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, whose brother has ended the Seth Rich inquiry.

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