And so, with Trump, the leader of a GOP restructured in his own image, on one side crying "treason" and other smears at those who would oppose him, and Clinton, the grand dame of the Democratic establishment, on the other side spouting libelous charges of "Russian asset," the attentive public may soon cease to recognize any meaningful difference between them.
I think we should let Tulsi Gabbard have the last word on this situation. She has described Hillary Clinton as "The queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long." Quite frankly, Clinton may well deserve this description: for her role in the Libya fiasco, for going along with the rigging of the 2016 Democratic primaries, and now for her hunt for "Russian assets" while reviving of the old evil of red-baiting.
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