John Fetterman’s Staffer Was an Election Denier

John Fetterman's Staffer Was an Election Denier

( – During the 2022 midterm elections, Democrats across America repeatedly attacked numerous Republican candidates as election deniers. In some places, it worked. Still, some on the Left had problems of their own. They just went under the radar. In 2019, the Mueller investigation concluded there was no collusion between former President Donald Trump and Russia during the 2016 presidential election. Still, for several years Democrats pushed the false narrative. On Tuesday, December 13, a report emerged that Senator-Elect John Fetterman (D-PA) hired a new chief of staff who peddled the Russian collusion hoax.

Earlier in December, Fetterman hired Adam Jentleson as his chief of staff. He has worked for several liberal groups and former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). He also co-founded the Moscow Project, an initiative that accused Trump of colluding with Russia to defeat Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Supposedly, Jentleson founded the organization to analyze Trump’s collusion with Russia and report the findings to the public. In March 2017, he embraced the Steele dossier as fact and expressed his excitement about the Moscow Project. Mainstream media described the dossier as “largely discredited” by November 2021. Yet, Fetterman’s new number one hailed the document in 2017 as a work of genius. Throughout the Mueller investigation, he accused the then-president of conspiring with the Kremlin on several occasions. He also noted that no one tracked the story more aggressively or offered more analysis than his organization.

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