I talk about my groundbreaking article on the timeline of the evolution of the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.
“While it is fair to state that political operators, such as Paul Manafort and Carter Page (who are more or less hired guns working for the highest bidder), had some odd dealings in their past with unsavory Russian figures, and while it is also fair to claim that the Trump Organization—a multinational corporation—may have done business with entities linked to Russia, that does not mean that Donald Trump is working in collusion with Russia to advance Russian interests. More important, there is no proof indicating that either Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia to “steal” the election from Hillary Clinton.”
Russia is a threat. It likely attempted to influence the election. Yet, the Russian threat is wildly overblown. Read on to find out why.
On 7 February 2017 I was interviewed by presenter Dan Damon of BBC’s World Update and was asked to debate Ottawa-based Dr. David Perry a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. The issue was over my recent article on Canadian refugee policy. Aside from Dr. Perry accusing me of presenting #FakeNews and “fictional accounts,” (NOTE: I was not) I thought it was a pretty good interview