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Setting the record straight on collusion

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Let's see if there was collusion during the 2016 election. First, the Democratic National Committee colluded with the Hillary Clinton campaign to undercut Bernie Sanders. This led a DNC staff worker to hack the DNC computers and send material to WikiLeaks.

Next, CNN asked the DNC for questions to trip up the Republican primary nominee during a televised debate. During the general election CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, The New York Times and The Washington Post all colluded to try to elect Hillary Clinton.

Did Russia interfere with the election? They have been interfering since Lenin. Do the names Alger Hiss and Henry Drextel White ring a bell? The Soviet Russians created the phony peace movement, and tried to hijack the Civil Rights and environmental movements. The Russians try to spread distrust and division among our people.

After the 2016 election, the media groups that colluded to elect Clinton are colluding to overturn the election. First, they have fabricated a narrative of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. It hasn't worked, so now they are stirring up racial divisions. I call this collusion Press-gate.

The 2016 election hinged on two events. First, candidate Donald Trump announced an excellent list of possible nominees to the Supreme Court. This assured millions like myself that Trump wasn't a RINO. The second event was when candidate Clinton calls the Trump supporters "deplorables." This reaffirmed to millions like myself that Clinton is a snob and a bigot. Hillary Clinton defeated herself. She is a Democrat's version of Thomas E. Dewey.

John J. Shelton

Hoffman Estates

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