Liberal Commentator Proves Just How Russians Sowed Discord In Election

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A Fox News panel had to take a break on talk about Russian meddling in the 2016 election Friday after one panelist insisted on arguing about President Donald Trump.

As the two panelists argued over as news dropped that the U.S. was charging 13 Russian nationals for trying to meddle in the 2016 presidential elections by sowing discord, host Melissa Francis tried to put a stop to it by mentioning that Russia had succeeded.


“It’s about trying to sow discord. If you are watching on your monitor, it’s working. So maybe we should stop with the fighting with each other,” Francis said.

But that didn’t stop Jehmu Green, an activist and commentator, from trying to keep the argument going.

“Here’s the thing, Melissa. If it’s working in this conversation, what do you think it did in the 2016 election? it worked. And that is the reality that is going to be hard to swallow,” Green said. “I get it. I’m not feeling for you cause I’m not putting party first.”

Francis cut to break after the exchange.

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