We're going to keep this short, but then the point is short and direct.
I love the story about Russian spy Maria Butina pleading guilty and being a cooperating witness for the Special Counsel. While I'm very happy for the story for what it will reveal about the Trump campaign dealings with Russia, that's not what I love about the story. What I love is for how it is revealing the near-traitorous actions by the gun corporation-owned NRA fringe hate group in their efforts to illegally launder money for Russia into the Trump campaign.
This not only exposes the NRA's galling, anti-American duplicity, but with any luck will not only draw criminal sentences for some of their leadership but will also hopefully help cause the group's demise. And they did it to themselves.
There, only 119 words. A record, I believe. Pithy, and to the point.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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