Craig Murray in a brilliant article absolutely tears the CIA, and the Mainstream Media that presents claims of Russia’s involvement with the U.S. election as true to shreds. There is obviously a lot more to say about this whole issue, going from the hostility and vindictiveness of the overall left, all the way down to the on-going culture war waged by cultural marxists. But let’s keep this limited simply to the pathetic attempt of the left to still try to undo the Donald Trump victory of the U.S. elections.
It really seems that the overall left are busy dealing with the five stages of grief:
The five stages, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance are a part of the framework that makes up our learning to live with the one we lost.
The “one we lost” in this case being the election. The denial phase obviously has passed when the disbelief of Trump’s victory and of the polls being totally wrong waned, and culminated in what is now the second phase: anger. Anger as expressed in street protests, internet calls for political assassination, riots and violence against (perceived) Trump supporters. And anger as expressed in the media through insinuations that Russia is behind Trump’s victory. As some point (unless the left actually gets what it wants somehow, which in my opinion may lead to an actual civil war), the left will move on to the “bargaining” phase, where they will try to save from a Trump presidency what can be saved. This is going to lead to depression, as not only the White House, but also the Senate and Congress are now dominated by Republicans.
I am not so sure there will ever be acceptance. As a matter of fact, i’m pretty sure there won’t be, because i understand the nature of especially the professional as well as the radical left. Only the moderate non-professionals may eventually accept reality.
Anyway, Craig Murray makes clear exactly what we are dealing with when it comes to this story and the establishment media, and correctly describes the whole point of the “fake news” meme. The Washington Post, the New York Times and The Guardian will reach the depression phase of grief too, as they will ultimately realize their “fake news” meme is nothing more than an actual indictment of themselves, and increasingly more people are seeing right through them.