"Hillary Clinton is nuts. She’s also not far from the Democratic Party mainstream, which has been pushing the same line for years."Mike Taibbi, reporter, Rolling Stone
Former presidential nominee for Democrats, Hillary Clinton, ignited a lot of discussion when she recently stated that other prominent liberals are "Russian assets."
Who does Clinton say has gone over to the red side?
Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat (who was identified by implication only); and Jill Stein (who ran as an independent candidate in 2016).
Both Gabbard and Stein quickly slammed Clinton's "conspiracy theory."
Clinton also continued pushing the idea that President Trump is a Russian, asset, too.
“[Jill Stein’s] also a Russian asset… Yeah, she’s a Russian asset — I mean, totally. They know they can’t win without a third-party candidate....I don’t know what Putin has on [Trump], whether it’s both personal and financial … I assume it is.”Hillary Clinton, 2016 (D) presidential nominee
Clinton's accusations prompted an article by Mike Taibbi in Rolling Stone who writes, "Hillary Clinton is nuts. She’s also not far from the Democratic Party mainstream, which has been pushing the same line for years."
The following is an excerpt of the article in Rolling Stone
Less than a week before Clinton’s outburst, the New York Times — once a symbol of stodgy, hyper-cautious reporting — ran a feature called, “What, Exactly, is Tulsi Gabbard Up To?” The piece speculated about the “suspicious activity” surrounding Gabbard’s campaign, using quotes from the neoconservative think-tank, the Alliance For Securing Democracy, to speculate about Gabbard’s Russian support.
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