Proof of Russian interference in US politics

Russian GRU defector Stanislav Lunev said in his autobiography that “the GRU and the KGB helped to fund just about every antiwar movement and organization in America and abroad,” and that during the Vietnam War the USSR gave $1 billion to American anti-war movements, more than it gave to the VietCong, although he does not identify any organisation by name. Lunev described this as a “hugely successful campaign and well worth the cost”.

Claims of foreign support of the US anti-war movement were dismissed by Democrats and the media during the Vietnam War. Instead the media frenzy was about the Nixon administration’s attempts at surveillance of leftist and anti-war organizations, which was incredibly feeble compared to the capabilities of modern surveillance agencies.

Today, the media is frantically searching for any evidence of Russian “inference” in US politics. At the same time it is ignoring the gross abuses of surveillance powers by the Obama administration against its political opponents. For examples see the recent Nunes memo:

Is Russian interference fine so long as it benefited liberals?

Is massive surveillance of political opponent fine so long as it is initiated by a Democratic administration?

“Is Russian interference fine so long as it benefited liberals?”

Does the Left have any problem with ChiCom influence? Ask Charlie Trie or whoever is the bag man these days.

True, Bill Clinton received millions in illegal contributions from China.

Obama received millions in gift-card contributions another untraceable internet donations, while he actively campaigned overseas.

The Obama campaign was forced to pay the largest fine ever for mishandling its internet donations:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-campaign-to-pay-375000-fine-for-omitting-some-donors-names-in-2008/2013/01/04/78973402-56bb-11e2-8b9e-dd8773594efc_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.77677d09b774

Carter Page ended up leaving the Trump campaign during September of 2016. The surveillance of Carter Page didn’t begin until October of 2016 after he was no longer a member of the Trump campaign. And the surveillance of Page in October of 2016 was Not made public during that time, which in no way benefited Clinton’s campaign.

Susan Rice “unmasked” surveillance records for hundreds of Americans, and recent reports indicate that FBI put an informant into the Trump campaign:

. . .the important thing is that the Obama administration infiltrated the Trump campaign with a spy. That’s the important thing. Who it is, we will eventually learn, but we don’t need to know who it is to know what the FBI did. and when I say the FBI, I mean the Obama administration, they infiltrated the Trump campaign with a spy. And while they have that spy implanted, they were unmasking and leaking and obtaining FISA spying warrants and conducting criminal investigations of Trump advisers.