Why is the entire Democrat Party along with almost every media outlet pushing the Russia conspiracy theory? What are they distracting us from?


There’s only one problem, many of the incidents regarding meddling in foreign elections can directly be traced to the United States, more specifically – Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Lindsey Graham and John McCain. Below are some examples that the media seem to have missed, or are not interested in discussing – for obvious reasons. Without any concrete evidence that Russia hacked the DNC emails and therefore “influenced the U.S. election in Trump’s favor”, the Democrat party, along with their mainstream media PAC (unable to face the reality that their candidate lost the election) are unapologetically making that claim. Let’s review.

EGYPT: It’s important to first note that Egypt, under Mubarak’s rule was one of the safest places for Christians in a region where they are completely outnumbered by Muslim Arabs – it’s also important to note that Egypt had a very low tolerance for terror groups and their affiliates inside the country. Obama was the key architect behind the Arab Spring and subsequent ouster of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. What’s worse than helping to overthrow the leader of one of our important allies in the Mid East was who Obama, Graham, McCain and Clinton aggressively supported to replace him. Mohammed Morsi, former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood took total control of Egypt with the full backing of the United States.

Not only was Morsi the worst possible thing that could have happened to Christians in Egypt, it was a debacle for the entire country and it’s closest neighbor, Israel.  Shortly after taking control of Egypt, Morsi and all of his loyal supporters were by Egypt’s military. In a WND piece entitled, “DERSHOWITZ: OBAMA SUPPORT OF ARAB SPRING “BIG MISTAKE'” Alan Dershowitz had more to say on the matter. (link here)

SYRIA: Another country which has provided an environment for Christians to peacefully coexist with the much larger Muslim population in the country and also a target of the Obama administration and his group of war hawks is Syria. In another case of the U.S. interfering in foreign governments, the Obama administration provided training, munitions and equipment to various groups of so called Syrian rebels (many of whom turned out to be ISIS operatives) in an attempt to help overthrow Bashar al-Assad, the country’s president. As with Egypt, Syria and the U.S. had no political conflict with each other until the Obama administration chose to get involved in what started as a counter insurgency that evolved into a full blown civil war. Now, not surprisingly, U.S. led forces have been trading gun and missile fire with both the Russian and Syrian governments in Syria as innocent civilians suffer most of the tragedies  in the war torn country.

UKRAINE: Obama openly admitted that he “brokered a deal to transition power in Ukraine.” This sounds a whole lot like “interfering in foreign elections” to me! John McCain, who is never missing when it comes to creating chaos around the world was a full supporter of overthrowing a democratically elected leader in Ukraine said THIS to the Ukrainians while inside the country of Ukraine: “We are here to support your just cause, the sovereign right of Ukraine to determine its own destiny freely and independently. And the destiny you seek lies in Europe,”

When asked about Putin’s role in the situation, knowing that Ukraine was vital for Russia and it’s economy McCain said THIS: “There’s no doubt that Ukraine is of vital importance to Putin. I think it was [Henry] Kissinger, I’m not sure, said that Russia, without Ukraine it’s an eastern power, with Ukraine it’s a western power. This is the beginning of Russia right here in Kiev. So Putin views it as most highly important and he has put pressure on Ukrainians – the price of energy, different kinds of activities. The word is very clear that he has made certain threats. Whether he would carry them through I don’t know. He’s put pressure on Moldova, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia – all of the so-called ‘near-abroad’. And of course Ukraine is the crown jewel.”

Asked by CNN host Candy Crowley whether now was a good time to be be “taking Russia on”, given US diplomatic co-operation with Russia on issues such as Iran’s nuclear program and the civil war in Syria, McCain said: “I don’t think we would be ‘taking on Russia’. – Oh really, John?

ISRAEL: Next on the list is our most trusted ally and most diverse country in the Mid East, led by Binyamin Netanyahu. Israel is a country where democracy thrives, freedom is celebrated, some of the greatest breakthroughs in science and technology emerge from and is also place where terrorism is not tolerated at any level. Tiny Israel is surrounded by a group of much larger nations who are not exactly enamored of Israel, some of whom have even openly called for it’s total destruction and/or complete geographical elimination. Needless to say, Netanyahu was not the region’s favorite choice for reelection in the most recent Israeli election, nor was he the preferred choice of U.S. President, Barack Obama – for some reason, Obama just can’t bring himself to join the Netanyahu fan club.

According to the Washington Times, Obama sent U.S. tax payer funds to a group whose main goal was to oust Netanyahu. Some $350,000 was sent to OneVoice, ostensibly to support the group’s efforts to back Israeli-Palestinian peace settlement negotiations. But OneVoice used the money to build a voter database, train activists and hire a political consulting firm with ties to President Obama’s campaign — all of which set the stage for an anti-Netanyahu campaign, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations said in a bipartisan staff report. (link)

Following Netanyahu’s electoral victory came the snub heard ’round the world. According to the The White House has made clear its dismay at Binyamin Netanyahu’s sweeping victory in the Israeli elections with a stinging rebuke of the “divisive rhetoric” used by the Israeli leader in the closing stages of the election. President Obama has not called to congratulate Netanyahu, who is now attempting to build a coalition between rightwing parties and his own Likud, which won decisively in parliamentary elections on Tuesday. (link)


We all remember the famous Hillary Clinton quote regarding the ouster and murder of Muammar Gaddafi, ” We came, we saw… and he died – lol lol lol ” Operating as Obama’s secretary of state and most likely under his direction, Hillary Clinton personally saw to the removal and death of Gaddafi who, coincidentally, was also a hindrance for terrorists and relatively adept at keeping some sort of stability in Libya. Anybody seeing a pattern here?

What’s most notable about this particular “interference in foreign elections” is the outright chaos and destruction that followed in Libya after Gaddafi’s removal, starting with the murder of Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods – which is rumored to center around some kind of arms deal gone bad. Our embassy, which was inappropriately secured, was attacked and we lost these 4 brave men.

The provides more detail: While the truth about what is going on in Libya remains concealed behind a web of lies from both sides, Gaddafi’s forces are still fighting as analysts discuss the future of the nation following “regime change.” Based on available information, it doesn’t look bright. Talk of protracted civil war, genocide, violent retaliation, plundering, and deepening chaos is well underway as the bodies of Libyans continue to pile up. Thousands of civilians have already died — some killed by NATO air strikes and Western-backed rebels, others by the Gaddafi regime and its supporters. (link)


Assange: “Wikileaks has been publishing documents for 10 years and in that 10 years we have published 10 million documents. Several thousand individual documents and several thousand sources, and we have never gotten it wrong!” Wikileaks stated several times that Russia was NOT the source of the leaks and like it or not, he seems to have a better track record of telling the truth than our media and our politicians!


According to the National Review: In the present case, WikiLeaks has a history of releasing information that — whatever you may think about how it was acquired — proves authentic and often reliable. We know that because, to my knowledge, no one has proved any of their documents fraudulent despite having great incentive and opportunity to do so. People and agencies whose documents have been leaked have, in arguing over them, conceded (usually tacitly) that they are what WikiLeaks purports them to be. For example, when Snowden leaked information showing that U.S. intelligence agencies were monitoring German chancellor Angela Merkel’s cellphone, President Obama reportedly apologized — he didn’t tell Merkel not to believe everything she reads in the papers.

By contrast, the so-called Rathergate controversy, involving documents manufactured to discredit President George W. Bush, reminded us that people with access to rudimentary testing methods and to source information can discredit bogus documents pretty quickly. 


Politicians and the media need to take extra caution when making inconclusive allegations regarding foreign allies or adversaries, especially those with nuclear arsenals. First of all it’s dangerous and irresponsible, secondly, you stand to look pretty darned foolish if you’re proven to be wrong.