Proved at last: Russia fought against Hillary Clinton from primaries to general elections

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It is now proved that Russia is the one that Mrs Hillary Clinton fought against in the 2016 elections, not anybody else. In a fight where a mighty man held your arm back and you had to fight with only one arm, Clinton still won with over two million votes but lost on technical ground; issue of delegates. It was easy for her mighty opponents to target individuals (delegates) than the entire population. They seemed to get the delegates, not minding what else. It worked.

This was made possible by the Russians who, according to Robert Mueller’s findings, aided Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries to make victory hard for Clinton and when they failed, they turned the hacking job to help Donal Trump. They began by working with Wikileaks to naked Clinton. Note that Mrs Clinton once blamed sanders for refusing to concede early in order to drag her to the fullest stretch so as to weaken the Dems on the way to Trump.

These findings show that one woman the Russions never wanted to emerge was Clinton. It was not about party. So, if the Russians who had fought with the Us for decades especially against the Clinton family right from Bill now to Hillary, did not want Clinton at any cost, it is clear that their interest cannot be in the American favour.

It is also clear that the election is not the ultimate aim of Russia but surely something far bigger than an election or Clintion; we suspect a plot at democracy, liberty, freedom, and maybe control of one world order from the Kremlin.

Full Report from NAN:

Russian meddling in the US election in 2016 was not a ruse after all. Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 Russians and three Russian companies, with a conspiracy to to meddle in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign to support Donald Trump and disparage Hillary Clinton.

A Russian Internet agency oversaw the criminal and espionage conspiracy, said the indictment released on Friday.

The indictment revealed more details than previously known about Moscow’s purported effort to interfere in the election.

The court document said those accused “had a strategic goal to sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 U.S. presidential election.”

The indictment said Russians adopted false online personas to push divisive messages; traveled to the United States to collect intelligence; and staged political rallies while posing as Americans. In one case, it said, the Russians paid an unidentified person to build a cage aboard a flatbed truck and another to wear a costume “portraying Clinton in a prison uniform.”

The surprise 37-page indictment could alter the divisive U.S. domestic debate over Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election, undercutting some Republicans who, along with Trump, have attacked Mueller’s probe.

“These Russians engaged in a sinister and systematic attack on our political system. It was a conspiracy to subvert the process, and take aim at democracy itself,” said Paul Ryan, Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives.

The indictment is silent on the question of whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin, which Mueller is investigating.

In a Tweet on Friday, Trump said: “Russia started their anti-US campaign in 2014, long before I announced that I would run for President. The results of the election were not impacted. The Trump campaign did nothing wrong – no collusion!”

U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees Mueller’s work, told reporters in announcing the charges that the investigation was not finished. The special counsel’s office last year charged four other people.

The indictment broadly echoes the conclusions of a January 2017 U.S. intelligence assessment, which found that Russia had meddled in the election, and that its goals eventually included aiding Trump. In November 2016, Trump won a surprise victory over Democratic Party candidate Clinton.

Mueller’s indictment did not tie the meddling effort to the Russian government. But the earlier U.S. intelligence assessment said Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to influence the U.S. election.