How is it "left" to be against a hostile foreign power engaged in espionage against our already great nation's democratic processes? In my military-trained journalist opinion, most of the mainstream media did a piss-pour job of fully vetting the RUSSIAN MAFIA TIED (Johnston, 2016; Isikoff & Corn, 2018; Nance, 2018) candidate Trump so that the American people could be fully informed about this lifts-wearing mobbed-up incompetent.
Most dictators around the world would know already that malignantly narcissistic and pathetically insecure Donald Trump can be "played"---he can be bought with an ego stroke. KGB-trained Vladimir Putin, himself a short and aging egomaniac with a criminal bend, would have easily set up KOMP[ROMAT for a daddy-hungry Trump---something you can find in both "Russian Roulette" by veteran investigative reporters Michael Isikoff and David Corn and the 2018 work of 22-year CIA counterespionage expert Malcolm Nance, "The Plot to Destroy Democracy: How Putin and His Spies Are Undermining America and Dismantling the West."
There is no real "left-wing" bias to our nation's FREE PRESS---a constitutionally protected necessity for any democracy. Putin controls his media, much like tantrum-throwing insecure Trump keeps wanting to do with his pouts and furies, but Putin has actually imprisoned reporters who dare to criticize him...so resist the temptation to scapegoat truth-telling journalists if you care at all about our nation's freedoms. Truth is truth---neither left nor right. The best disinfectant is sunshine, as the old saying goes.
Trump inherited his corruption and bigotry from his authoritarian mobbed-up slumlord KKK-member father Fred, so there is a possibility that Donald Trump does not know the difference between wrong and right. This could be his "defense" for engaging in widespread money-laundering for the Russian MAFIA Putin insiders as he has done in Florida or in Upper Manhattan with Trump Soho.
Stuart is a truth-telling respondent who has taken the time to repeat word-for-word the contents of the abbreviated AG Barr summary of the Mueller report. There remain 17 ongoing cases investigating Trump and the Trump Organization, a lot of these cases handed off by Mueller. Trump may be foolish enough to let his defensive guard down now because he is assuming "vindication" where none actually exists.
David Cay Johnston (2016), "The Making of Donald Trump"; Republican strategist Rick Wilson (2018), "Everything Trump Touches Dies"; Michael Isikoff & David Corn, "Russian Roulette"; and the CIA expert on counterespionage Malcolm Nance, 2018: "The Plot to Destroy Democracy." Read these and weep.