FAIL: Nancy Pelosi Continues Pushing Debunked Russia Hoax

This is getting just sad.

Nancy Pelosi is still clinging to her conspiracy theories about Russia and even trying to push that narrative into the 2020 election.

She obviously knows how much trouble her party is in and is already trying to make excuses.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Why is Nancy Pelosi still pushing the debunked Russia hoax?

Nancy Pelosi is deliberately pushing the debunked narrative that Russia put President Trump in the White House.

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Pelosi’s comment this afternoon follows media reports that the Kremlin hacked into Burisma, a Ukrainian oil company on the board of which Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, once sat.

Assuming the reports are true, the Russians probably hacked into the Burisma server to dig up dirt on Biden and influence the 2020 presidential election or to stoke partisanship in the United States, as my colleague Tom Rogan explained here.

Democratic leaders were not briefed on the hack and learned about it when the media did, according to Pelosi, possibly because it did not come from U.S. intelligence.

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And now she is demanding that Trump address this blatant attempt to interfere in U.S. affairs by supporting Democratic legislation that would strengthen election security. If he doesn’t, Trump would be “giving hostile foreign powers the green light to attack our country,” Pelosi said in a statement.

See her recent tweet below:

At this point, it’s just pathetic.

They’ve got nothing else.


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