A new Suffolk University/USA Today poll illustrates that just 10 percent of Americans believe Democrats’ claims that Russian hackers are manipulating the U.S. political process.
Who would Americans blame for an election outcome that doesn’t represent the true will of the voting public?
The news media.
Here’s how things shook out when pollsters asked: “What do you think is the primary threat that might try to change the election results?”
Nearly half of Americans polled said they didn’t trust media to cover the political campaigns objectively and 38.8 percent believe that media is actually coordinating with campaigns.
Of course, we’ve long known that the Clinton campaign has the media in its pocket.
We’ve also known that the “blame Russia” stuff is bunk.
What’s surprising, however, is that so many more Americans are beginning to see the light.
Suppose we have all those “Russian hackers” to thank for that…
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