The US, Russia, and a History of Meddling
Bianna Golodryga

If Russian interference in our election process means transparency and accountability for cheating and anti-democratic manipulation we should consider contracting with them to do what the politicians seem unwilling to do, telling the truth. Imagine a world of politics where one’s words and actions are available for public consumption almost instantly. I, for one, welcome any “interference” that places a window into the smokey back rooms where political deals are hatched and pay to play schemes formulated. That said, I have yet to see any evidence forwarded beyond innuendo and hints of past indiscretion, such as this piece alludes to, of such being reality.

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