[COLOR=#111111][FONT=TIActuBeta-ExBold_web]A FREQUENT WEAPON FOR DEMOCRATS in the 2016 election is to publicly malign those they regard as critics and adversaries as Russia sympathizers, Putin stooges, or outright agents of the Kremlin. To put it mildly, this is not a new tactic in U.S. political discourse, and it’s worth placing it in historical context. That’s particularly true given how many people have now been targeted with this attack.[/FONT][/COLOR]
Strongly insinuating that the GOP nominee, Donald Trump, has nefarious, possibly treasonous allegiances to Moscow has migrated from Clinton-loyal pundits into the principal theme
Now we have ths which says there is no proof that Trump has any ties with Russia. Hillary on the other hanmd has had ties with Russia.
[COLOR=#3C3736][FONT="]Trump gets an immediate, full article saying, “ … Mr. Trump himself has not become a target. And no evidence has emerged that would link him or anyone else in his business or political circle directly to Russia’s election operations.”[/FONT][/COLOR]