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The Washington Post Needs to Stop Printing Max Boot’s Nonsense

Media troll Max Boot is desperate for attention. After jumping the shark by making his Dem switch public, he keeps amping up the hysteria. And the Washington Post, equally desperate, keeps printing his nonsense.

“Max Boot: Without the Russians, Trump wouldn’t have won”.

That’s the headline. The concluding paragraph reads.

“Even if the Russians had failed, they still attacked our democracy. Yet they didn’t fail: Trump won. Russian disinformation wasn’t the only factor in the outcome and was probably less important in the end than FBI Director James B. Comey’s announcement 11 days before the election that he was reopening the Clinton email investigation. But Watts concludes: “Without the Russian influence effort, I believe Trump would not have even been within striking distance of Clinton on Election Day.” That is the inconvenient truth the Putin Republicans won’t admit.”

Speaking of inconvenient truths, Boot’s conclusion clashes with his headline. His article is a word salad of jumbled factoids, claims and conspiracy theories. That’s why he’s reduced to nonsense like this.

Read the full story from Front Page Mag

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