MSNBC Contributor Claims Trump Was ‘Installed’ As President By Putin

MSNBC guest Sarah Kendzior, a regular contributor to the network, pushed a conspiracy theory that Donald Trump was “installed” as President as a means to benefit Vladimir Putin.

Kendzior pushed the conspiracy theory during a weekend appearance on “The Cross Connection,” after being prompted to comment on Trump’s recent comments which the media have falsely pushed as genuinely ‘heaping praise’ upon Putin.

Kendzior took advantage of the claims to launch a conspiracy theory.

“Trump was installed as the President of the United States in order to weaken the alliances that were preventing Putin from achieving his goals,” she claimed. “Alliances like NATO, our relationship with our European partners, our relationship with Ukraine.”

Host Tiffany Cross failed to interject or counter the claims, eventually just giving assent to Kendzior’s conspiracy theory.

“Trump was put in as a bulldozer and he was put in as a bulldozer to the Constitution, to our system of checks and balances, to our system of institutional trust,” Kendzior continues.

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Trump Wasn’t ‘Installed’ To Benefit Putin

MSNBC has promoted Sarah Kendzior’s views on social media rather than condemning her for sharing such wild conspiratorial theories.

Instead of deplatforming her for misinformation social media outlets allow her to spread falsehoods further.

Donald Trump won the 2016 election with 304 electoral votes to Clinton’s 227. 

Unless Putin had some say on how the electoral college was constructed, neither he nor any other Russian official had Trump “installed” to strengthen him by ‘weakening’ alliances held by the United States.

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They’ve Called Him Illegitimate For Years

At a time when left-wing media outlets and left-wing social media companies claim to be “combating misionformation,” they still prop up people like Kendzior to spout conspiracy theories far wilder than anything from the height of the Cold War.

Kendzior’s comments are no different than several mainstream Democrats.

Stacey Abrams, credited with helping deliver a victory for Joe Biden during the last presidential cycle, claimed Trump was an “illegitimate” President.

“Anytime a leader is afraid of people speaking their minds and making their selections, he is illegitimate and should not hold office,” she argued.

Jimmy Carter advanced conspiracy theories that Trump was an illegal President, who in fact lost the election.

“I think a full investigation would show that Trump didn’t actually win the election in 2016,” he said in 2019. “He lost the election, and he was put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf.”

‘Put into office.’ Nearly identical phrasing to Sarah Kendzior.

Hillary Clinton is a twice-victory candidate who suggested that Trump won the last election with legitimate means in an interview shortly before the 2020 election.

“Remember, as I said, he lives with this specter of illegitimacy,” she said. “He knows more about how he got really elected than we still do. Hopefully, we’ll learn more in the years ahead.”

“I was the candidate that they basically stole an election from,” Clinton alleged. 

There is no difference between Kendzior’s comments and those by mainstream Democrat politicians. They all believe Trump was “installed” to the benefit of Vladimir Putin.

And none of them will be “canceled” or banned from social media, or even criticized by the left.