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The greatest non-story of all time -- namely that the Russian state meddled in the US election and that Donald Trump colluded with it -- could be about to die and be replaced with something a lot more interesting after Russian President Vladimir Putin dropped some heavy hints in an NBC interview with Megyn Kelly.

In the interview Putin said that "Jews with Russian citizenship" could  be behind interference in the US election, although he also diplomatically referred to other ethnicities, like the Tartars who may possibly want to use American power to restore the Grand Khanate of the Golden Horde.

Putin said that any "Russian interference" in the US election was not connected to the Russian state, but instead to private individuals. He then hinted that their motivation may have been related to their ethnic background by highlighting this:

"So what if they’re Russians?" Putin said of the allegations. "There are 146 million Russians. So what?… I don’t care. I couldn’t care less… They do not represent the interests of the Russian state. Maybe they are not even Russians, but Ukrainians, Tatars or Jews, but with Russian citizenship, which should also be checked; maybe they have dual citizenship or a green card; maybe the US paid them for this. How can you know that? I do not know either."

Of course Putin knows, and what he knows is this: that ethnic Russian Jews backed Hillary -- not Trump -- to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. But he doesn't want to make a fuss about it yet, as that is just the way things are. But what he does object to is the constant non-story narrative that the Russian State in collusion with Donald Trump "stole" the US election, as this could lead to an actual war.

What Putin is saying here is that if the US Deep State and its media puppets keep running with that narrative, which has yet to produce any evidence, then he has an even more interesting and valid counter-narrative to hit back with. Let's see if they take the hint or not.

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