Russian ‘Collusion’ Conspiracy Theorist, Illegals, Terror-Tied WaPo Columnist on Shortlist for TIME Person of Year

TIME Magazine released its shortlist for the 2018 Person of the Year, its annual award, and the options are exactly what one might respect from a leftist rag.

The list includes the world’s leading Russian “collusion” conspiracy theorist, championed by the mainstream press, Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III. Mueller could have made the list last year, as he was conducting his “investigation” throughout 2017, too. The two-year ordeal, described by President Donald J. Trump as “harassment,” has resulted in several plea deals for crimes unrelated to Russians meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

The students from Parkland High School in Broward County, Florida, who organized a nationwide gun-grabbing tour after a crazed maniac killed 17 of their classmates, are also on the list. David Hogg, who traveled the nation with armed body guards and whose mother is an anti-Trump activist, is at the center of the movement.

A slain Washington Post columnist with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, a designated terror organization, is also on TIME’s list. Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly killed by the Saudi Arabian government. He was known as a Saudi dissident. Democrats are pushing for war with the Middle Eastern nation after Khashoggi’s death, though they were silent when 19 Saudi nationals hijacked four airliners and killed nearly 3,000 Americans on 9/11.

Others on the TIME list include Christine Blasey Ford, a professor of psychology who studied memory retrieval, who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct during their high school years. She failed to remember any relevant details other than the alleged misconduct and tarnished the good name of a decent man – with the help of the lap dog media – without so much as a shred of evidence of any wrongdoing.

What would this year’s list be without “separated families,” who according to our media have been disaffected by America’s border laws – after illegally crossing America’s border. The families could have been on the list during any year in the past decade, considering the separation policy is not new. Purely coincidentally, they made it during Trump’s presidency, and not Obama’s.

Ryan Coogler, lead actor in “Black Panther,” a markedly racist film about a black ethnostate (the only kind approved by the commentariat) is on the list. The other entertainer on the list is Meghan Markle, whose mediocre career as an actress was overshadowed by her marriage to a mediocre British prince.

Russian president Vladimir Putin made the list, too, for his non-role in the aforementioned “collusion” hoax.

The only two serious candidates are Trump himself, who has delivered record tax cuts and employment, as well as massive regulation cuts to the American people. Perhaps he will build a wall at the Souther Border so we can stop separating families, too. He made the list along with Moon Jai-in, the South Korean president. The pair orchestrated peace in the Korean peninsula, which was on the brink of nuclear war just a few years ago.

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