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DEMOCRAT MANTRA: ‘The Russians Did It!’

A very cute syndicated cartoon called Family Circus featured a Mom and Dad with three children and dog named Barfy.

Often featured were the Gremlins that also resided in the house. Their names were Ida Know and Not me.

“Who broke the lamp?” Not me! Ida Know!

“Who let Barfy eat from the peanut butter jar?” Not me and Ida Know, guilty as charged again.

The Democrats have some Gremlins too. They are known as “The Russians”.

Which Russians, all of them, or just Putin?

Is it a specific state in Russia or a special interest group of Russians that are so involved in the flukes and disappointments of the Liberal Left and the Democrats?

Or are they like the Boogie Man, good for scaring the kids and good shiver up the spine.

Despite looking up hills and down dales at the behest of the Democrats and others who grasp at straws to explain why Hillary didn’t win the presidency, the FBI has been unable to connect the “Russians,” (shake, shiver,) with President Trump, his aides or the election process.

That’s strange, supposedly it was so obvious.

What is obvious is the involvement of former president Obama in two specific elections.


Yes, it is true and easy to prove if one follows the money.

It seems that the former president and his ambassador to Macedonia have repeatedly used US funds to interfere with government policy and insert US government cash into left leaning groups that are under the banner of George Soros.

According to The House’s Foreign Affairs Committee and the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee in a separate letters of concern from each, the same concern of interference has been posed. A quote from one letter read as follows,

Unfortunately, we have heard credible reports that, over the last two years, the US mission in Macedonia has actively intervened in party politics of Macedonia, as well as the shaping of its media environment and civil society, in a manner that consistently favors parties, media and civil societies of the center left over those of the center right.

Then of course, everyone remembers when Obama interfered with the Israeli elections and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in both 2009 and 2015. A Congressional inquiry showed that the Obama administration had spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to boost an anti-Bibi campaign in Israel, which was run by a former Obama campaign staffer.

So much for the holier than thou accusations of the former POTUS, et al, concerning international election interference.

The facts of the matter are that the United States spies on Russia. Russian spies on the United States. This activity has been going on since the end of WWII. It certainly doesn’t mean that the Russians REALLY hacked the elections, even if they would like to do so.

Nothing to see here folks, except, how the Democratic Party Members were hacked and their hateful emails revealed their nefarious intentions and true opinions of some ethnic groups and their own colleagues. The party members denied their computers and other data to the FBI, who called for investigation; this act of resistance stifled any progress on who the perpetrator or perpetrators could be in the DNC hacking event and Convention scandal.

What were they hiding? Why didn’t they want the person or persons responsible found and prosecuted?

It seems that in lieu of victory, all that the Democrats and Hillary followers have left to cling to is the Russians.

Of course, internal examination and blatant truth is not a path of interest to either group.

So, in any event, if things don’t go your way, blame the Russians.

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Candace Hardin

Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on and has a blog, Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.