Once again, a big NY Times Trump-Russia nothing

Here’s the dead giveaway: big accusation and then, instead of showing us what the Times puts out there as this damning email, it’s described “according to three people with knowledge of the email.”

Meh. I am unimpressed.

There is, however, this admission: “There is no evidence to suggest that the promised damaging information was related to Russian government computer hacking that led to the release of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails.”

And this one, exonerating Trump Jr. from “colluding” with the Russians [always implying, the Russian government]: “Mr. Trump¬†acknowledged¬†that he was interested in receiving damaging information about Mrs. Clinton, but gave no indication that he thought the lawyer might have been a Kremlin proxy.”

And, there is no evidence that the lawyer was a Kremlin proxy.

I have come to believe that there was no Russian government election mischief. I have no doubt they attempt to hack politicians’ correspondence, and into other government computers. I expect that; hope we are successfully doing the same. But, last week we saw the “17 intelligence agencies” boast plop to the floor. And, Clapper is their source for this: Clapper, infamous for assuring us that the NSA was not intercepting our phone calls. Perhaps the Russian government was trying to collect email and other documents to use against Hillary later on. But, then, it was not necessary, was it? Can’t blackmail someone whose party couldn’t get her elected.

Truth: 63 million fed-up voters colluded to put Donald Trump in the White House.

NYT: Weird. Deranged. Not to be believed.