As the Russian hacking claims continue to circulate, Putin is growing fed up.
It’s almost as if Obama and those connected to him in the government and media are trying to sabotage US-Russia relations.
For weeks on end, the liberal mainstream media insisted that the Russians had hacked the Democratic Party email servers and provided embarrassing and even damning evidence to WikiLeaks.
Completely ignoring the damning evidence itself, the media talking-heads suggested the hacks are what won Donald Trump the election. The implication being that as president, Trump would be a Russian puppet.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange came forward and put those rumors to rest, stating that his source was most definitely NOT the Russian government.
But that didn’t stop US intelligence agencies from reporting on Friday that it was there assessment Russia was indeed behind the hacks. Even that Putin himself had ordered them.
Now the Kremlin has responded, and blasted bot the US media and intelligence community for “amateurish” work.
“These are baseless allegations substantiated with nothing, done on a rather
amateurish, emotional level that is hardly worthy of professional work of
truly world class security services,” said Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
“We are growing rather tired of these accusations. It is becoming a full on
witch hunt,” he continued.
Trump himself has accused the media of engaging in a witch hunt aimed at discrediting him as president.