>>56095>Russians are suddenly responsible for the corruption in Hillary's campaign shown in the email leaks
So if I found out that some one was secretely a serial killer, does that mean I'm the one who gets arrested and executed while he gets off with no punishment?
-Wikileaks isn't affiliated with any nation (Remember, they leaked shit about Russia as well a couple times)
-No one even knows whether the hacker was part of the Russian government or even a Russian citizen
-The emails showed quite a bit of corruption (All of Podesta's emails, that one email where Hillary was making fun of one of Bill Clinton's sexual partners almost commiting suicide, DNC being rigged, rigged debates, George Soros starting riots in trump rallies, etc) within the campaign, not to mention Hillary never said they were fake.
-Perception of Hillary was pretty much tainted by the whole corruption in the emails, quite a lot of people who were going to vote Bernie essentially became "Anyone but hillary" and went for Stein, Johnson, even trump because of their candidate essentially being rigged out and having their soul taken (Though it's debatable whether Sanders had a soul in the first place). As much as many soft left/centrists were uncomfortable about Trump, many said "thank god Hillary didn't win". Democrat turnout (in places that are not NYC and California) was pretty low as people just didn't want Hillary, and essentially voted against her (or didn't vote), as they wanted anyone but Hillary, even if it meant a Trump victory.
So yeah, the Russians didn't really do that much to affect the election, if anything, public perception in the swing states made trump win.>But they hacked the election!
Explain that when more people probably voted with paper ballots
Also:>That fucking recount which ended up resulting in Hillary losing even more because half the electors of Washington didn't even want to support the cunt>New Hampshire has one elector jump to trump>A useless texas protest