Parliamentary Report: No Evidence of Russia’s Alleged Interference in British Politics

Ever since Boris Johnson stepped up to the role of Prime Minister we have seen rabid lefties, Remainer MPs opportunistic media luvvies and showbiz wankers conducting a witch hunt, trying to make big deals out of everything Boris is alleged to have done or nor done. One aspect of that witch hunt that bore a remarkable similarity to the idiotic efforts of the US Democratic Party’s efforts to remove Donald Trump from office because of his alleged collaboration with Russian government agencies to steal the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton.

Yes our rabid lefties, media luvvies and general cunts tried to accuse Boris of collaborating with Russia (well nobody could ever accuse lefties of being imaginative or original, groupthink is an official policy of socialist movements, diversity is something that only relates to skin colour and sexual preference.

The allegation was that Bris was trying to block publication of a Parliamentary Security Committee report on Russian meddling in British politics. but was he and were they?

from sputniknews.com

Boris Johnson came under scrutiny this week after he reportedly blocked the publication of a dossier cleared by British intelligence that looked into Russia’s alleged role in the 2016 Brexit referendum.

The UK Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee did not find any solid evidence of past Russian interference in British politics, but said that the risk of such meddling could still exist in the future, Bloomberg reported, citing two sources familiar with the findings of a secret report.

The committee conducted an inquiry into Moscow’s alleged meddling in Britain’s internal political process following the government’s repeated accusations that Russia was interfering in the UK’s 2016 Brexit referendum by providing misleading media coverage and resorting to fake social media accounts to influence the vote, but no “smoking gun” evidence of these allegations has been reported so far.

 

The committee’s report was rumoured to have been approved by intelligence agencies as the final step in a long process that began back in March 2019. Downing Street had been expected to approve the report’s final draft by the end of last week. However, the government insisted that the report was still in need of final clearance by the prime minister’s office, and therefore should not be published before the General  Election due on 12 December.

The delay caused some consternation in parliament on Tuesday (5bNovember), which was the final day before the legislative body was dissolved ahead of the election. The committee’s chairman, Dominic Grieve, an avid Europhile who has been deeply involved in several plots to thwart Brexit,   accused the Prime Minister of trying to prevent publication of the document because it contained revelations that would harm the Conservatives campaign, while rejecting the government’s claims that it needed “more time” to ensure that the sources of the information remained secret.

While the government officialy insisted that the report contained nothing that the Conservative government wished to hide, the report, which was commissioned to investigate concerns that Russia had played a part in influencing the outcome of the vote, but accordinto sources quoted bt BuzzFeed it failed to provide any solid evidence of collusion with foreign agencies.

So as was the case with the now notorious Mueller report into the Trump campaign’s alleged Russian collaboration, the allegations that Russia meddled in the Brexit vote and possibly changed the result are now proven to have no substance. Will the left ever learn that in this age of internet news and open journalism, it is not a good idea to try to win elections by telling lies about your opponents.

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