() Have you noticed the hypocritical double standard in our government and media about election interference? They boldly accuse Russia of meddling with our election process but deny any wrongdoing while they admit their own manipulations of the elections of other countries.
When Vladimir Putin was interviewed on NBC by Megyn Kelly, he talked about how the US meddled in elections in other countries, but how the American government was outraged when Russia was accused of doing it. This was cut from the interview that was aired but you can watch it here.
It’s important to note that President Putin is a former KGB official and that he was trained in the arts of deception and deflection. But his words here ring true.
This isn’t just a pie-in-the-sky accusation. Former CIA Director James Woolsey flatly admitted it on the air recently but says it’s okay when we do it.
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