During his confirmation hearing on 10 January, Mr. Jeff Sessions, the Trump Attorney General was asked: 'If there is any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government, in the course of this campaign, what will you do?'
From the above question, we can see that in the case of hypothetical questions, evidence is not needed.
Let us see another BBC report: 'The US intelligence community (which one?) BELIEVES (no evidence?) the alleged Russian hacking of Democratic organizations was carried out to help Mr. Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton.'
And this is a typical example of how people of high intelligence using fake logic to fight with its own people. As someone of very high position in the United States had said: 'We should believe in the US intelligence community' (like you should believe in God)
This must be the dark side of politics, though we believe in the new concept that politics should be the way people organize themselves to achieve something of real importance.
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