Wabash wrote:One need only read some of the writings of Clinton haters on this board to recognize the impact of these actions.
This comes from those who claim to be "real" Americans that don't live in one of the liberal coastal bubbles.
When in reality it is they who live in a bubble.
The article goes on to cite many experts in the field who believe this is just so much right wing, tin foil hat, conspiracy theory.
You just like to continue citing that tin foil hat narrative because it's a Clinton.
"Appears" is the operative word. It "appears" to those who buy into every tin foil hat conspiracy that pops into their Inbox.
All nonsensical tin foil hat claims.
All of which has been amplified by the tin foil hat crowd holding them to a standard they rarely or never apply to others.
Clinton's critics have gone out of their way to smear them with any number of accusations that were proven to be nothing more than tin foil hat conspiracy.
I would submit his core base lives in a bubble.
Those of us who get our information from sources outside the right wing bubble had been reading for some time many experts who believed nothing would come of this.
I think it’s sad and personally insulting that you believe people who don’t agree with you either wear tin foil hats, live in a bubble, or (most recently) are the unthinking victims of Russian mind control techniques. I suppose there’s no chance they just have different opinions and values than you do. There’s little wonder why the word “elitist” is often applied to the left.