Leftist U.S. Senator Compares Russian Conspiracy Theory To 9/11
Tuesday, a leftist Senator from Maine went on a hysterical rant in which he compared Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s Russian “collusion” conspiracy to the worst terrorist attack in American history.
“[September 11, 2001] was an attack, I would argue, that is continuing today,” said Sen. Angus King (I-ME). “They used airplanes into towers. Now people can use the click of a computer key from St. Petersburg, Russia to attack us. It’s an attack that continues, and it’s the same kind of attack today that occurred in 2001.”
King, who bills himself as an independent but votes like a leftist, proved two things for sure.
First, he proved that he knows nothing about technology. There is no button which can be clicked on any computer – so far as this reporter is aware – that can be clicked that will instantly kill 3000 Americans.
Secondly, he proved that he knows nothing about the bogus Russian “collusion” story. Anyone who has been paying attention has noticed that after nearly two years of investigating, there is still no proof that Russia altered the results of the 2016 election. Of course, most Senators are not paying attention.
King’s November opponent, State Sen. Eric Brakey, posted the video of King’s remarks to his Twitter account.
“What the heck
@SenAngusKing? There’s no comparison between 9/11 and Russian hackers. #mepolitics,” he said.
What the heck @SenAngusKing? There's no comparison between 9/11 and Russian hackers. #mepolitics pic.twitter.com/WktFH2tVgt
— Eric Brakey (@SenatorBrakey) September 11, 2018