For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The president is reacting to the lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) against his campaign, Russia, and WikiLeaks in true Trump-fashion.
Led by controversial Chairman Tom Perez, the DNC is suing the three defendants for their alleged role in swaying the 2016 presidential election. Apparently still unable to accept the outcome, they’ve decided someone needs to pay for their losses.
In a statement on the suit, Perez accuses President Trump of colluding with Russia to “better his chances” of winning. “In the Trump campaign, Russia found a willing and active partner in this effort” to disrupt the presidential election, claimed Perez.
The 66-page lawsuit, filed in a Manhattan federal court, also alleges that WikiLeaks aided the effort against Clinton by posting hacked emails from the DNC. Of course, none of the allegations put forth by the DNC are backed by any evidence.
As a matter of fact, there are still many unresolved questions about who really accessed the DNC servers and how. Unfortunately, some of those answers may have been lost when Seth Rich was murdered in that so-called “robbery gone wrong” in 2016.
You know, the robbery where the thieves stole nothing but killed Rich anyways?