How to Stop the Liberal Media’s Deceitful Narrative on Trump and Russia
By now, most people have heard that President Donald Trump is in fact not a Republican but rather a Democrat.
Now, a new and even more insidious narrative has emerged, one that has been propagated by the liberal media in an effort to convince people that Trump is an illegitimate president.
The narrative is that Trump and his associates are the Russians and the Russians are the enemy.
The liberal media narrative is not true, but it is part of the propaganda machine that is trying to convince the American people that they must trust the liberal establishment and the American left to defeat Trump.
The narrative has been promoted in the mainstream media in the form of articles that were published this week, and the article in question is from The New York Times on Thursday.
The article is titled “Trump and the Russian Connection” and is written by Michael Gerson, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a former assistant secretary of defense for Russian affairs under President Barack Obama.
Gerson writes that Trump has “become a central figure in the effort to destabilize the world and to sow chaos in Europe and elsewhere.”
He goes on to explain how, in the course of the last year, “the Russian government has interfered in the U.S. election through a variety of methods, including cyberattacks, hacking, propaganda, disinformation and misinformation campaigns.
He goes into greater detail, including a number of unsubstantiated claims, including that the Trump campaign had contact with Russia’s intelligence services.”
Gerson also writes that the Kremlin’s goal was to undermine the credibility of the U,S.
democratic process and “to foster a hostile, adversarial relationship between the United States and Russia.”
He goes on, saying that while the Russian government had nothing to do with the hacking, the goal was clear: to undermine faith in American democracy.
The goal was also to sow doubt about the veracity of the election results, and undermine confidence in the integrity of the American electoral system.
Gerson concludes that the goal is not to hurt Trump but rather to undermine his administration and his legitimacy.
He also argues that the “American president, a man who has made his fortune on a lie and who has a history of deception, has become an unwitting agent of Russian influence” and that “the Trump campaign is a front for Russian intelligence, a front that the Russian Government, acting through a former U.K. spy, directed to interfere in the election.”
Gersons claims are supported by numerous intelligence agencies.
The Washington Post article, which is the second article in a week, states that the idea that Trump had any contact with Russian intelligence is false.
“There is no evidence to suggest that Trump, or anyone else associated with him, had any contacts with Russia,” it says.
The New Yorker article states that there is no reason to believe that Trump’s campaign was the source of the hacking.
And The Washington Post reported that there was no evidence that Trump or anyone affiliated with him had any Russian connections, even though it had previously reported that the Russians were the source.
In addition, Gerson writes, the claim that Trump was the victim of a Russian cyberattack is a “misleading and inaccurate” claim that has “no foundation in fact.”
“The Trump campaign did not participate in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee and did not receive any cyberattack information from Russian intelligence,” he writes.
“In fact, the campaign was working on a program to counter cyberattacks and was already well aware of the sophistication of Russian cyberattacks at the time.”
Gersson also says that “a large portion of the information obtained from the Russian hacking was publicly available online” and adds that “no evidence” exists to suggest Trump had anything to do and that Trump “did not have any personal relationship with any Russian government officials.”
In fact it appears that Trump did have a personal relationship.
The FBI is investigating Trump for allegedly being part of a foreign government plot to spy on him.
According to Gerson’s article, the FBI “is probing the possibility that Russian intelligence was trying to infiltrate Trump’s presidential campaign and gain compromising information on him and his administration.”
The report is also calling into question whether Trump has been compromised by any foreign intelligence or foreign political influence.
Gersman writes that “if the intelligence community concluded that Trump himself had been compromised, the Russian intervention could be viewed as an attempt to gain an advantage over his adversaries.”
In the article, Gersman also asserts that the U.,S.
should be looking into the possibility of “unmasking” of Trump.
The term is used in the intelligence and law enforcement communities to refer to the practice of unmasking people in order to get more information about them.
The intelligence community has long known that unmasking is a dangerous practice, but this latest report makes it clear that this practice is widespread.
Gingers claims are backed up by the fact that