This entire Russia ordeal continues to drag on despite the fact no one has brought forward any evidence to back the claims.
The idea that Trump and Russia colluded together so he could win the election is patently absurd, yet it’s still repeated every day by the left-wing media.
However, the narrative is beginning to wane, because even Democrats are starting to admit that their little witch hunt has no basis in reality.
As reported at Allen B. West, Democratic Sen. Mark Warner admitted Sunday that the Senate Intelligence Committee has not yet found a smoking gun during its investigation into potential collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives.
“There is a lot of smoke,” Warner, who is vice chairman of the Intelligence Committee, told CNN’s Jake Tapper.
“We have no smoking gun at this point, but there is a lot of smoke.”
In a separate interview the same day on CBS’ Face the Nation, Warner reiterated the fact that the committee has found no “smoking gun” or conclusive evidence to date.
Source: Allen B. West