That anyone is denying Russian collusion at this point is farcical, at best.
Every morning, I jump on Google News to see the latest headlines and Russian collusion rears its ugly head in mere minutes–often mere seconds.
Take this headline this morning…
Having done what I do for years now, I rolled my eyes, rolled up my shirt sleeves and began researching William F. Marshall.
The first thing I found is that Mr. Marshall works as a “researcher” at Judicial Watch.
Let’s talk about Judicial Watch for a moment…
Judicial Watch is often portrayed as a “Conservative watchdog” organization. This is not entirely true. Until Donald Trump occupied the Oval Office, Judicial Watch was an organization that dug up dirt on every presidential administration currently in office.
I mean, does this strike you as Conservative?…
But what Judicial Watch does (exceedingly well, I would add) is procure U.S. government documents via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
They do this SO well, in fact, that they receive the exact documents they are looking for, close to 100% of the time. For anyone familiar with the process of FOIA requests, this is actually…IMPOSSIBLE.
That is, unless you happened to have knowledge of the existence of said document(s) ahead of time. Who would have the means, opportunity and motive to accomplish this? Can you think of no one?
Well folks, I CAN.
That would be the Russian SVR, folks.
The Russian SVR have their tendrils solidly embedded in the machinations of Beltway bureaucracy. And as we already know, the Russians aren’t shy about using every opportunity to spin and obfuscate Washington politics to their own advantage.
Anyway, back to William F. Marshall…
Among other things, we see an endorsement from Yuri Adashkevich, who Mr. Marshall apparently worked with in 1994…
Here’s Yuri Adashkevich’s LinkedIn profile, if you’re interested…
I’ve included a few more links to William F. Marshall’s publications here, if you’re interested, but I think I’ve made my point:
People who are still arguing Russian collusion is a myth are really annoying. Ignore the BS and stay the course.