There has been no demonstrable put forward by anyone in any of the United States security agencies or the Democratic National Committee to prove that the Russian government was behind a hack, which led to to WikiLeaks publishing incredibly embarrassing emails from the DNC. But that has not stopped the Democrats and Hillary Clinton from pushing this conspiracy theory.
Clinton said one week ago on “Fox News Sunday,” “We know that Russian intelligence services hacked into the DNC and we know that they arranged for a lot of those emails to be released, and we know that Donald Trump has shown a very troubling willingness to back up Putin, to support Putin.”
Her campaign published five questions “every voter should ask about Donald Trump’s bizarre relationship with Russia.” They include: “what’s behind Trump’s fascination with Vladimir Putin”; “why does Trump surround himself with advisers with links to the Kremlin”; “why do Trump’s foreign policy ideas read like a Putin wish list”; “do Trump’s still-secret tax returns show ties to Russian oligarchs”; and “why is Trump encouraging Russia to interfere in our election.”
Still, there is no specific evidence of Russian involvement.
Former CIA director Mike Morell recently penned an endorsement for Clinton published by the New York Times, which touted her strength as a foreign policy hawk. It went on to assert that Trump is almost a kind of Manchurian candidate in the election—that Russian President Vladimir Putin has somehow influenced him and “played upon his vulnerabilities.”
Again, there is no evidence of Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election. The Clinton campaign just seems to want …