Russia doesn’t favor Trump. It favors discord in the United States. This is evident from Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russians for meddling in the 2016 Presidential elections.
While the indictment notes that the Russians were actively promoting Trump up until he became president, it also notes that as soon as Trump won the election, these Russian operatives changed sides. They got in touch with the resistance and began funding protests against President Trump.
Another interesting fact that is worth noting is that Mr. Mueller’s indictment clearly states that these Russian operatives were posing as American citizens. The implications for both political parties cannot be ignored. What this means is that both Republicans and Democrats believed that the people offering assistance to their political activities were American citizens, not Russians. This means there could have been no willful collusion.
No country ever appreciates having another country meddle in its elections. However, it’s something that has been going on for a long time, and is unlikely to stop anytime soon.
Russia, along with the United States and various countries in Europe, have all sought to influence foreign elections. While the likelihood of Russians attempting to meddle in U.S. elections is real, the fact is that the whole collusion narrative being pushed by the mainstream media is slowly falling apart as evidence begins to show that, rather than being rabidly pro-Trump, the Russians simply wanted to mess with things and create a polarized, divided political environment in a rival nation.
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