Thursday, December 15, 2016

Salon Nailed It Back In July

At Instapundit:
FLASHBACK: Salon last summer: Shades of the Cold War: How the DNC fabricated a Russian hacker conspiracy to deflect blame for its email scandal.
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"Hillary Clinton; Vladimir Putin (Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque/Kirill Kudryavtsev)
Now wait a minute, all you upper-case “D” Democrats. A flood light suddenly shines on your party apparatus, revealing its grossly corrupt machinations to fix the primary process and sink the Sanders campaign, and within a day you are on about the evil Russians having hacked into your computers to sabotage our elections — on behalf of Donald Trump, no less?

Is this a joke? Are you kidding? Is nothing beneath your dignity? Is this how lowly you rate the intelligence of American voters? My answers to these, in order: yes, but the kind one cannot laugh at; no, we’re not kidding; no, we will do anything, and yes, we have no regard whatsoever for Americans so long as we can connive them out of their votes every four years.

Clowns. Subversives. Do you know who you remind me of? I will tell you: Nixon, in his famously red-baiting campaign — a disgusting episode — against the right-thinking Helen Gahagan Douglas during his first run for the Senate, in 1950. Your political tricks are as transparent and anti-democratic as his, it is perfectly fair to say.

I confess to a heated reaction to events since last Friday among the Democrats, specifically in the Democratic National Committee. I should briefly explain these for the benefit of readers who have better things to do than watch the ever more insulting farce foisted upon us as legitimate political procedure."
Notice how Hillary's email treason has evaporated into the ether? Now the dither points to the pesky Russkies, those conveniently malevolent scapegoats. And like all the other Clintonian crimes, the treason just slides off of the slicksters, and into the memory hole.


Steven Satak said...

What?! This was published by SALON?! Salon has been for a very long time one of the hardest-left leaning rags on the internet. I am shocked to see them attach their name to something like this.

You want to know what I think you might want to do, Stan? Find out why Salon would suddenly publish a piece critical of the Left. Something funny is going on...

Steven Satak said...

Only thing I can think of is, Salon was even further left than I thought and this article was their version of stumping for Bernie Sanders. Back before it was generally known that he had already been nixed in a backroom by the Democratic Party machine.

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