Show us the proof, you perpetual liar

What fool could possible trust our little Barry Hussein’s sanctioning of Russia by expelling diplomats, closing their private property and, presumably, soon imposing economic punishment as well. All for the Rooskie’s alleged hacking of the DNC and the Hildafelon’s unsecured classified information, thereby meddling in the presidential election. Show us the proof, you perpetual liar.

Why would Russia want to defeat the easily-bribed Clinton Crime Syndicate in favor of the unpredictable Trump who already has more money than he knows what to do with? Unlike Hussein’s antisemitic strike against Israel, which showed whose side he has been on all along, this latest bit of political theater is strictly a diversion. Quick, look at the squirrel! It is merely a side effect that, in drawing the inevitably mockery of the Russians, it promises resumption of the Cold War, perhaps even an eventual hot one.

UPDATE:  The administration has released a report with little to no actual proof, just repetition of the accusations. Chief Dim lapdog, the WaPo, then came out with story of Russian hacking of a Vermont electric company with invasive malware. Private cybersecurity firms quickly pointed out the malware is commonly available and, moreover, was only found on a company laptop with no connection to the grid. Even Rolling Stone, of all sources, finds the story “stinky.” But you’re sure to see it in your local news with no objections, since the news media sheep follow the leader, wagging their tails behind them.

MORE: Commonly available, indeed. And Ukrainian to boot. Perhaps Barry’s intel lapdogs confused Ukraine and Russia.

3 responses to “Show us the proof, you perpetual liar

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  2. Well honorable scribe, into the new year! A thought:
    “God, I can’t wait for this crummy year to get over.” – People of 1938

  3. And a HNY to you, your highness. I rather enjoyed 2016, particularly the presidential campaign and the unexpected result which put all the usual suspects to shame. Makes me think this new year could be one of the best ever. At least we know the economy will improve.