Mark Steyn on The Memo and Russian interference

From Mark Steyn:

As I said to Tucker the other night, there’s no evidence of Russian government interference with the 2016 election, but there’s plenty of evidence of US government interference with the 2016 election. The latter ought to be far more disturbing. All foreign governments can be expected to pursue their national interests as they see fit. That the most powerful forces within your own government decide to subvert the election result is far more bizarre, and far graver.

The surveillance of Carter Page was a cover for the surveillance of Trump. The creation of the Steele dossier was a cover for the “Full Investigation” of the Trump campaign. The rumors of Kremlin “kompromat” are a cover for the widespread dissemination of Democrat “kompromat”. And “foreign interference” in the US election is cover for domestic interference in the US election. More.

Reality check: Memo here. (registration required) Clearly, much of this is coming out only because Hillary did not win the election. The Americans have only a few years to replace their burgeoning police state with a police force once again.

See also: Details and background re Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown’s sudden political demise There are Browns all across North America: Career politicians who cash in by offering to sneer slightly less at the voters who cannot afford the endless Marxist revolution against historic civil liberties and values — while selling us out.

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