'This is an outside insurgency': Ron Johnson suggests CARES Act may be funding Kenosha instigators https://t.co/OTBKGL80kX — via ?@MollyBeck? — Patrick Marley (@patrickdmarley) September 9, 2020
Hey @devilradio, please ask @SenRonJohnson why this was buried. He's supposed to work for America, not Russia, right? https://t.co/QmOVkbXZzw — Bluepool (Voting for Biden) (@BadgerStew) September 2, 2020
Ron Johnson lies, says "the only Russian disinformation that I'm aware of that has been involved in our politics is first of all in the Steele Dossier and now Democrats." Why is he on TV talking as though he's Putin's spokesman? pic.twitter.com/gs66vbIkRh — Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 30, 2020 …
Russian election interference finds ready conduit in GOP senators https://t.co/wTVdXWztTO — John Adams (@DailyAdams) August 10, 2020
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell obstructed nearly everything that President Obama proposed and essentially ignored the warnings that were issued about Russian meddling.
If these allegations from CREW [Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington] are true, and if it you put it together with Walker campaigners that have ties to Cambridge Analytica, it sure seems possible that WisGOP was illegally working with organizations like Cambridge that are supposed to be operating independently from candidates and parties in both 2014 and 2016. And if Walker and WisGOP were not reporting those expenses, that’s a major campaign law violation.The Cambridge connections make the $1.1 million that Ukrainian oligarch and Putin buddy Len Blavatnik gave to Walker’s epic fail of a presidential campaign interesting, doesn’t it? It also makes me wonder what favors may have been returned to these outside groups from the Governor, Legislature, and other WisGOPs in return for all of this “research”?