Apparently, every conservative a secret Russian agent in the eyes of the liberal media.
Eric Garland, who writes for The Atlantic, took to Twitter to accuse Kanye West–the superstar rapper who recently came out as a Trump supporter–of being a Russian agent.
“Both [West and radio host Alex Jones] are witting (or, implausibly, unwitting) at least assets of Russian intelligence, be it through Roger Stone (likely Jones’ case) or other corrupt elements,” Garland explained.
He continued: “Kanye’s recent coordinations with Trump, along with his use of inflammatory rhetoric and symbols (Confederate Flag) reek of ‘provokatsiya,'” which is Russian for a fake political event staged to accomplish a broader political goal.
“Call this conspiracy theory if you dare: you ain’t got a better explanation than this, and my sources tell me this is going to come out. So see you in a year. We’ll circle back,” Garland warned.
Garland also cited the fact that West met Trump at Trump Tower in October, shortly before going to Russia for business.
The thought of Vladimir Putin recruiting an international superstar to support Trump and spy for the Russians is laughable–but for the mainstream media, there has to be some sinister reason for someone to support the President.