Obama Backpedals on Claims Russia Rigged Election

Since this November’s election, sore loser Democrats have tried to scrap and claw at any reason possible behind why Donald Trump would have won the election. They have gone after voter recounts, which has failed. They pointed to voter suppression, which is at an all-time low (if anything, Democrats were intimidating many Republicans by calling them racists if they voiced their support for Trump).

Now, they are clinging to the theory that Russia rigged the election. The big problem here though is President Obama has come out to say this simply is not the case.

Liberals and the main stream media have tried to claim Russia hacked different areas of the nation to give Trump the win. They pointed to Michigan as one state in particular. In their grasping at straws approach, they stated Russian hackers artificially altered numbers through an Internet connection. Problem is, according to the state of Michigan, its voter systems are not even connected to the Internet, so this, in fact, would be impossible.

While the rumors swirl about Russia’s involvement in the election and their connection to the information published on WikiLeaks, there has been no concrete proof Russia did anything. This has rightly forced President Obama to clear the air about Russia. Because guess what. If Russia did, that would be on his watch and ultimately his fault.

It’s obvious in this interview Obama is being forced to admit Russian involvement in the election was a hoax, watch him try to downplay the whole thing in spectacularly bad fashion.


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