Ummm that these candidates Trump/Stein running for president are Russian plants.
I would think that would be obvious.
Alice through the looking glass dining with the Russian mad hatter.
This also constitutes collusion with the enemy.
Okay, just wanted you to spell it out without innuendo. You think Jill Stein is a Russian plant. Okeedokie.
I also was a bit taken aback by Cobbler's "Putin's plant" statement, and while I don't think that Trump or Stein were sent by Putin over here to do what they are doing, take a look at the things Stein said while in Russia celebrating-celebrating-the tenth anniversary of Russia's propaganda network, Russia Today, (RT).
Stein has argued that the United States "helped foment" a coup in Ukraine. She maintains that Ukraine should be neutral and that the United States should not arm Ukraine. She was critical of the Ukrainian government formed after the Ukrainian Revolution of 2014, saying that "ultra-nationalists and ex-Nazis came to power.” She met with president Putin in Moscow in December 2015 at a banquet celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Russian state propaganda network Russia Today. While in Russia, Stein criticized U.S. foreign policy and the state of human rights in the U.S.; she did not criticize Russia's foreign policy or human rights in Russia. Stein has said that the United States "pursued a policy of basically encircling Russia--including the threat of nukes and drones and so on." On the subject of NATO, Stein tweeted, "Who exactly is NATO fighting? ...Other than enemies we invent to give the weapons industry a reason to sell more stuff."
It's virtually the same crap the paid Russian trolls incessantly push on YouTube and elsewhere. However Stein came to arrive at her positions, she pushes Putin's policies. Whether she gets money from Russia, directly or indirectly, I'll leave the reader to consider.