Putin calls recent allegations: “A complete fabrication, and utter nonsense.”

Putin calls recent allegations: “A complete fabrication, and utter nonsense.”

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President Donald Trump
President-Elect Donald Trump

So the website BuzzFeed decided to publish a series of memos that have been floating around for months alleging all kinds of terrible things about Donald Trump,..so what’s different now? In a join effort, knowing the story can not be verified and has no evidence to support it, major U.S. (liberal) news networks decided to run the story as headline news.

As a matter of fact, over the past few weeks, most U.S. media outlets seem to be running as a collective propaganda machine in a mission to slander President-Elect Trump. If you’re looking for “fake news”, you don’t need to look very far….and 90% of it revolves around negatively portraying Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, Buzzfeed published a letter containing extremely questionable allegations, which they acknowledged were unverified, making negative allegations against President-Elect Donald Trump.

The letter, purporting to come from a retired British intelligence agent, details Trump’s alleged relationship with Russia and contends that the Kremlin has been “cultivating, supporting and assisting” Trump for at least five years.

It alleges that Russians have been feeding Trump intelligence on his opponents, including Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, for years. It also details Trump’s alleged “personal obsessions and sexual perversion.”

Today, President Vladimir Putin laughingly denied allegations that the Kremlin has collected compromising information about U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

Russian spokesman Dmitry Peskov dismissed news reports as a “complete fabrication and utter nonsense.” Peskov insisted that the Kremlin “does not engage in collecting compromising material.”

“It is an obvious attempt to harm our bilateral relations,” Peskov said, adding “In English, it is called pulp fiction. Surely, we should react to it with the same sense of humor.”

Peskov said there was a “sad side to it,” alleging unidentified “people” were simply “whipping up hysteria, going out of their way to keep up the atmosphere of a witch hunt.”

The original information came from a former British intelligence officer who had worked with the Clinton campaign.

After the news reports emerged Tuesday regarding the Russian information, Mr. Trump appeared to dismiss the claims in a tweet as “fake news.”


U.S. intelligence is currently investigating to determine is there is any evidence to support the details of what the Russians may have, but nothing seems to substantiate the claims of the Ex-British intelligence official.

In an age of “fake news”, the media seems to be in love with this story, but with no evidence or details to support these claims in any way, especially considering the political connections of the “informant”, no honest (or educated) person could see this as more than a slanderous campaign against the President-Elect….a campaign the media has been dedicated to for several weeks now.

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