The Left’s great Russian conspiracy theory


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Democrats, Psychological Projection and Russia

 

Have you ever been around someone who has a bad case of gas, but always finds ways to blame the noxious fumes on those around them?

 

Democrats are masters of the “whoever smelt it, dealt it” game :laugh: which is really nothing more than psychological projection.

 

Psychologists define psychological projection as a protective defense mechanism whereby someone dishonestly attributes his or her bad behavior to someone else by inventing false accusations to divert attention away from themselves to avoid blame and punishment.

 

Undeniably, the Obama administration and Democrats are obsessed with Russia. Their Russia musings were amusing -- until it became almost a daily…weird…sociopathic, psychological projection…kind of thing. It’s uncanny that it didn’t let up until Trump made it known he suspected Obama might have listened to his private conversations.

 

Until then, Democrats’ Russian ramblings were baseless, so the more they talked about Trump and Russia, the more curious their intentions became. After all, there are plenty of dots to connect to make the case for why Russia would’ve wanted Hillary to win in 2016.

 

Uranium One would be a good place to start...

 

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In 2012, Obama was caught in a friendly open mic conversation to then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev about missile defense promising: “This is my last election, after my election, I have more flexibility.”

 

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Something is up with Democrats and Russia.

 

Trump administration officials should not rest until they have investigated any ties because all this Russia-bashing suggests they are hiding something. Additionally, believers should pray that Democrats’ eyes would be opened to the truth that until they return to God and destroy the Progressivism which now controls their party, they’ll remain delusional and in a state of perpetual chaos.

 

In the meantime, it stinks to be a Democrat.

 

Democrats are crying out for help, so would someone please call a shrink to help them deal with their post-election grief issues and psychological projection problem?

 

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Cyber security summit to be held over fears Russia could hack UK election

 

Spy chiefs have written to the leaders of Britain's political parties, warning them about the threat of interference from Moscow.

 

GCHQ has written to the leaders of Britain's political parties warning them about the threat of Russian hacking at the next election.

 

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NJ Louch
On 04/03/2017 at 4:35 AM, Mirumir said:

What has become of these people? They really believe Putin made Brexit happen?

Nobody in their right mind believes that nonsense.  See here is how it it.  Russian media are now making lies about lies, somehow believing this presents Russia as the epitome of truth.  Problem is that everyone saw the western media do the same years ago, so we see through it.  And this thread is just yet another from the guy who says (and has since deleted, but still challenges you to cite) "Russia has no propaganda machine".

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+Mirumir
1 hour ago, Nefarious Trigger said:

Nobody in their right mind believes that nonsense. 

Good for you!

 

Unfortunately, there must be a lot of crazies who believe just that and have been promoting this lie in the British media, the Parliament, and on Downing Street.

 

You might want to write them a letter.

 

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David Cameron to warn Vladimir Putin would be the winner from Brexit

 

Prime Minister expected to echo a warning by shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn over effects of withdrawing from EU

 

The campaign to keep Britain in the EU is to argue that Vladimir Putin would be the winner if the public votes to leave the 28-nation bloc in the coming referendum.

 

David Cameron is expected to echo a warning by Labour that the Russian President would welcome a decision by Britain to withdraw from the EU. A Downing Street source said: “Who would most love to see Britain leave the EU? President Putin. He would see it as a sign that Europe is falling apart.”

 

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Yes, Vladimir Putin Tried to Hack #Brexit – But Brits Paid No Attention

 

Russian hacking is the buzzword of the day, even in other places than America – and is the subject of the latest desperate whining from British lefties.

 

Former Labour’s Ben Bradshaw, a former cabinet minister, suggested that Russia “hacked Brexit”:

 

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I could easily dig up a dozen more articles of this sort.

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NJ Louch
3 hours ago, Mirumir said:

I could easily dig up a dozen more articles of this sort.

No doubt that you could, but they are all just lazily written articles spouting crap.  Yes, Russia meddles in other countries global affairs, as do all "superpower" states.  So what?  They didn't engineer brexit, they may well benefit from it and may well have nudged it, but if anyone tries to suggest "hahahaha it was Russia all along" then they are deliberately ignoring the bigger picture.

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Son_Of_Dad

It certainly is time to put up something concrete or just move on where the left are concerned. Yes it's embarrassing that a 1.2 billion dollar campaign with close to 100% media backing didn't get Hillary elected and yes she holds the title of all time biggest loser. We've heard from Assange that Podesta's password was either 'password' or 'p@ssw0rd'. Podesta apparently opened a link in an email saying "You need to change your Google password". However I don't recall seeing or hearing anything that concludes Russia assisted Trump in anyway winning the election. If the Russian government did in fact hack the Democrats 2-bit server (which they did not allow proper analysis of) it didn't accomplish much as the Hillary aligned media concentrated more on the server being hacked and not on the information leaked.

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chingon

So trump had putin shut down Burnie (feel the burn) and give the race to hillary? Sounds to me like dems manipulated the election and are sore

Losers.

 

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Trump's great conspiracy about his hotel being tapped when he himself was the one tapping his hotel with video recordings in the hotel rooms.

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