I'm not conducive to the tedious style and nature you debate always getting the last word in is not a good proclivity of winning. I ask you now for the 3rd time to review the Russiagate and the Ukrainegate threads and in particular the Russiagete thread if you can produce a single fact that says any American illegally colluded with Russia?
I wasn't going to reply, since you're clearly trying to drag the conversation away from the topic where you hope to get all excited over some irrelevant bit of trivia.
But your timing is exquisite.
The trial of Roger Stone has started, and it was just revealed he was the contact between the Trump campaign and Wikileaks, which was Russian. It was Russia that dug up most of the dirt. Their first attempt didn't work because the database wasn't user friendly. So they worked on it, and cooked up some sort of deal with Assange. The prosecutor grilled Bannon until he coughed up the truth.
The wheels of justice turn slowly, but turn they do.
People have written books diving into the sordid details. The problem is not a lack of evidence, but a surfeit.
And not all of it is in the public domain, some of it won't see the light of day until Trump is charged and disclosure finally happens.
Back to the topic... If firehosing is as destructive as the author asserts, it's time to talk about an appropriate response.
“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.” - Voltaire