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At Least One ‘Celebrity’ is in His Corner: Russell Brand Says Russia Allegations Against Trump Were ‘Democratic Conspiracy’

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LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 14: Russell Brand takes part in a discussion at Esquire Townhouse, Carlton House Terrace on October 14, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Russell Brand has a moment of celebrity in the US, making a few movies and marrying Katy Perry. But now he’s focusing on commentary. And during a recent program, Brand opined that allegations of Donald Trump having inappropriate dealings with Russia were a Democratic conspiracy.

“I find myself in awe, gobsmacked, flabbergasted, and startled by these revelations that Russiagate was a Democratic conspiracy,” the actor said in a YouTube video.

Brand continued, “I remember it was seen as a defining issue. … It was in a way being discussed as if it was just an absolute fact,” Brand said. “To discover that it was propaganda, a construct, a confection by the Democratic Party, who of course are now in government, is kind of beyond disappointing because you begin to question and query what other things may not be true. Once you recognize that people create certain truths in order to meet certain ends and aims, the idea that you might be able to trust their integrity obviously dissolves”

 



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