Hillary Clinton And The Democrats’ Disinformation Campaign Against Tulsi Gabbard

Hillary Clinton (Photo: Gage Skidmore)

The baseless suggestion from Hillary Clinton that Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian asset is the predictable response of a faction of party elites, which remain desperately invested in the unfounded Russiagate narrative that President Donald Trump was an agent of Moscow.

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Journalist. Writes about politics. Managing editor of Shadowproof.com. Twitter: @kgosztola

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Journalist. Writes about politics. Managing editor of Shadowproof.com. Twitter: @kgosztola

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