Mollie Hemmingway made a really interesting point. One that should give the Russian Collusion peeps a reason to rethink their favorite mantra.
A few hundred thousand bucks in Facebook ads and some Macedonian content farmers didn’t even come CLOSE to the scale of Mini Mike’s futile attempt to buy the nomination.
For all those millions, the best Bloomberg could boast was a win in American Samoa. In that case, how can anyone possibly believe that Russia rigged our elections with the meager effort outlined in the Mueller Report – an effort that promoted both sides?
Great point from @MZHemingway—
If Bloomberg and his $600 million couldn’t swing more than a few dozen primary delegates, how are we expected to accept the theory that Russia’s $200K-$300K worth of Facebook ads landed an entire general election for Trump? pic.twitter.com/jLPiO310Fw
— Spencer Brown (@itsSpencerBrown) March 5, 2020
Mollie Hemmingway pointed out the obvious problem with that theory in a spot on Fox.
Even Brett Baier was surprised by the implication of the insight.