Hillary Clinton Revives Debunked Russia Collusion Narrative in Recent Interview

In a recent interview with former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, Hillary Clinton, the two-time unsuccessful presidential candidate, once again brought up the thoroughly discredited Russia collusion narrative.

This move has been seen by many as an attempt to deflect attention from her own controversies and scandals.

Clinton, during the conversation, expressed her fears about Russia’s potential interference in the 2024 elections.

She stated, “I fear that the Russians have proved themselves to be quite adept at interfering and if he has a chance, he’ll do it again.” This statement comes despite the fact the Russian collusion theory has been extensively debunked.

The Mueller investigation, which was launched to probe into the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections, found only a handful of Russian social media posts that hadn’t even been translated into English.

The notion that Vladimir Putin interfered in the 2016 election with an online meme army was dismissed.

In the 2016 election, Donald Trump emerged victorious over Hillary Clinton. However, Clinton, unable to accept her defeat, concocted the ‘Trump-Russia collusion’ plot to distract from her email scandal.

This plot involved a bogus dossier and a conspiracy with foreigners and the FBI to spy on Trump’s 2016 campaign and presidency.

Special Counsel John Durham released his final report earlier this year, concluding that the FBI had no verified intel when it opened the Crossfire Hurricane investigation into Trump in 2016.

Durham criticized Clinton for her “plan to stir up a scandal against then-presidential candidate Donald Trump by tying him to Putin and the Russians’ hacking of the Democratic National Committee.”

Despite these findings, Clinton continues to push the debunked narrative.

In her interview with Psaki, she made Putin sound like a puppet master controlling the US government, buying off officials, and influencing American citizens. She even referred to Trump as a dictator without mentioning his name and claimed Putin worked hard against her.

This revival of the debunked Russia collusion narrative by Clinton is seen by many as a desperate attempt to remain relevant in the political landscape. However, it only serves to remind the public of her own controversies and the lengths she went to distract from them.

While Clinton continues to push the discredited Russia collusion narrative, the facts tell a different story. The Mueller investigation and Durham’s report have both debunked the theory, leaving Clinton’s claims as nothing more than an attempt to deflect attention from her own scandals.