Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) appeared on MSNBC on Thursday where he was asked about the validity of Wikileaks and their ties to Russia.
He suggested that both Wikileaks and Russia are working together to protect Donald Trump.
When asked about the timing of Wikileaks latest document dump by MSNBC’s Katy Tur, Murphy (D-CT) said:
“I think you have to assume that this is perfectly timed coming at a moment which we seem to be getting closer and closer to understanding the true nature of the connections between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. A moment when investigations are stepping up inside Congress and pressure building for investigations outside Congress. You know, if you at everything the Russians did during the campaign, they were all timed according to moments of weakness in the Trump operation. The John Podesta email dump came out the day after the Access Hollywood tape was released, so all of this seems suspiciously timed to believe that’s it’s independent, I think feeds that argument that your previous guest was making that Wikileaks and the Russians are certainly connected.”
The Senator does bring up a great point, as Wikileaks seems to always come out with something when Donald Trump seems to be in trouble.
Like the Senator said, the Podesta emails that came out just a day after Trump’s tape that showed evidence of him molesting women came out.
There is definitely something in the mix between Russia, Wikileaks, and Donald Trump. The American people are starting to see that and it won’t be long before the truth behind all this sees the light of day.