MORE RUSSIA NONSENSE – Democrat Rep. Claims House GOP Colluding with Russia to Steal 2024 Election

Ever since Russia’s Vladimir Putin endorsed “predictable” Joe Biden’s reelection bid, admitting having him in office is better for Russian interests than having Trump the Democrats have been trying to bring back their already once failed Russia-Collusion narrative.

First we had Nancy Pelosi claiming with absolutely ZERO evidence that Putin must have some kind blackmail on Donald Trump, insinuating the Russian leader wants Trump in office because he thinks he can control him.

That was a hilariously outlandish claim and was treated as such by the masses, but that didn’t stop the Democrats from pushing forward with this nonsense – especially since its their only hope going into the 2024 election.

Now Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman is claiming that the Russians are attempting to use House Republicans to “interfere” in the 2024 election.

 

As part of this narrative the DOJ has all of a sudden claimed that FBI confidential source Alexander Smirnov, who exposed a $10 million bribe paid to the Bidens by Ukrainian Energy Company Burisma, is a “Russian asset.”

Despite having text message and audio recording proof to back his claims of a bribe occurring, the corrupt FBI indicted him for “lying” about the deal.

Rep. Goldman is ridiculously pointing to this as being “proof” of Republicans working with Russia.

“It now appears as if the House Republican majority is being used by Russia to interfere in the 2024 election,” Goldman said on CNN, which of course was more than happy to help the Democrats spread their propaganda.

Watch the video here to see Goldman pushing this tired old lie again.


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