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Fox contributor and rabid anti-Trump (and by default, pro-Hillary) columnist George Will may have already found a new home after leaving the Republican party – the tin foil hat brigade!
Speaking with Bret Baier on Fox News’s Special Report, Will was asked about the Democratic Party officials who suggested those ‘dadgum Russkies’ were the likely culprits behind the Wikileaks email hack that caused such a stir and ended up costing Debbie Wasserman Schultz her DNC job and possibly her Congressional seat (OK, if true, somebody should definitely send Vlad a thank-you note, but I digress).
“Both the campaign chair and anybody you talk to, including Senator [Chris] Murphy (D-Conn.) would not go down that road once pressed on the connection between Russia and the Trump campaign. But they have thrown it out there. George?” Bret Baier asked the former conservative commentator.
To which Will responded, “Well, it’s the sort of thing we might learn if we saw the candidates’ tax returns. Perhaps one more reason why we’re not seeing his tax returns because he is deeply involved in dealing with Russia oligarchs and others. Whether that’s good, bad or indifferent, it’s probably the reasonable surmise.”
Of course, in typical tin foil hat fashion Will didn’t offer any evidence to substantiate his claims. Only wild theories aimed to discredit, just like the Democrats he’s busily trying to help.
Postscript – apparently, everyone wants a piece of the action. For his part, Trump frenemy Mark Cuban has an entirely different theory…
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