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Washington Post Wants it's Readers to Think Trump and Putin Poisoned Hillary

The Washington Post is now pushing to its mindless readers that maybe Trump and Putin poisoned Hillary Clinton. Who would believe this non-sense? On numerous occasions The Washington Post has criticized multiple facets of the online "alt-right" media and has claimed that they are only telling their readers conspiracy theories. Below is the definition of a conspiracy theory.

noun
1.
a theory that explains an event as being the result of a plot by a covert group or organization; a belief that a particular unexplained event was caused by such a group.
Conspiracy theories have little to no evidence behind them. The "alt-right" has been vindicated on numerous occasions that they are not pushing "theories" instead they are pushing cold hard facts. What the Washington Post is pushing is a true conspiracy theory, it has no evidence what so ever to back up any of it. Why is the mainstream media so desperate to label Trump as the big bad evil candidate and Hillary as a sweet old grandma who has spent her career helping those in need? This is the inverse of reality Hillary Clinton has spent her career making policies that have led to the deaths of millions and destabilized the entire Middle East. 

The following is from the Daily Caller and it illustrates these ridiculous leftist theories. 

The Washington Post, whose writers have portrayed skeptics of Hillary Clinton’s health as conspiracy theorists, is now lending credence to a Nigerian-born doctor’s conspiracy theory that Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump collaborated to poison Hillary Clinton.
“The man who discovered CTE thinks Hillary Clinton may have been poisoned,” blared the Post’s headline Monday morning. Nigerian-born doctor Bennet Omalu, who has worked extensively on concussions, suggested that Clinton had been poisoned by Putin and Trump.

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