Susan Rice Claims Russians Behind Nationwide Riots
Former Obama National Security Advisor and noted Benghazi and Russian collusion hoaxer Susan Rice suggested without evidence that Russians may be behind the nationwide violent riots over the last week.
Fittingly, Rice made these claims on the collusion hoax network, CNN.
Of course, Rice has no problem making ridiculous claims with nothing to back them up, from blaming the 2012 Benghazi embassy attack on a YouTube video to insisting for years that Donald Trump conspired with the Russian government to rig the 2016 presidential election.
Rice told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, “[T]o designate Antifa a terrorist organization, fine, but let’s also focus on the right-wing terrorist organizations. The white supremacists that he’s [Trump] called, in the past, very fine people.”
There hasn’t been any evidence of “right-wing” terrorist organizations involved in these riots, assuming that brand has anything to do with conservatives or the GOP anyway, which it doesn’t. But Rice, as usual, is lying here as well. Trump specifically called out white supremacists, when he said he condemned them “totally.” Trump was referring to the debate of taking down statues when he said “very fine people.”
“We have peaceful protesters focused on the very real pain and disparities that we’re all wrestling with that have to be addressed, and then we have extremists who’ve come to try to hijack those protests and turn them into something very different. And they’re probably also, I would bet based on my experience, I’m not reading the intelligence these days, but based on my experience this is right out of the Russian playbook as well,” Rice continued.
Susan Rice on unrest and violence at the George Floyd protests: "This is right out of the Russian playbook as well." pic.twitter.com/WlKwPcq98J
— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) May 31, 2020
Always remember that the Left has no problem covering for evil. Because that’s who they are. And The Airport Channel will always be behind them.
On the bright side, at least she didn’t blame a YouTube video this time.