It’s time to lay out some facts from recent news stories and speculate upon their meaning. First, we have Louis Gohmert (R-TX) declaring that FBI agent Strzok knew Hillary’s server had been hacked by a foreign power. At about the same time, we have the Democrats demanding the President cancel his meeting with the head of the Russian state. Rethinking representative Gohmert’s revelation this doesn’t seem so much as a grandstand by those on the left, but as more of a panicky attempt to stop these two from talking in private.
Now we have demands from congressional democrats that the State Department interpreter be subpoenaed and brought before Congress to tell them what president Trump and Vladimir Putin talked about during their meeting. More
We’re so use to Democratic hyperbole that I suspect we’re missing the real motive for why party leaders and their enablers in the media are doing all they can to poison relations with Russia and find out what, if any, information may have been exchanged between the two world leaders. I speculate that they aren’t so much worried about what Trump may have promised or given to the Russians. It’s what Putin may have handed over to the president in private, like perhaps Hillary’s missing e-mails.