Forget everything you have heard and read about Russia's "meddling" in the 2016 Presidential election, and consider things freshly. Now think about the words and concept of meddling in an election. What comes to mind? Let's see...ballot tampering. Playing with voting machines, bribing election officials, destroying ballots, having people vote more than once. "Voter suppression"? None of this applies to anything Russia could do or tried to do. Next, telling lies about a candidate, especially at the last minute, when the attacked candidate doesn't have time to respond adequately. None of that applies to the presumed Russian activities in 2016. All the information that came out was TRUTHFUL, even assuming the Russians were behind the leaks. Now, there is a separate question - in my mind it's a silly one - about whether the Trump Campaign colluded with "The Russians" to impact the election, but the underlying fact is that nothing the Russians or the Trump campaign did actually "tampered" with the vote or the result. If they had "tampered" there would be an army of angry citizens out there claiming that, if they had only known [something] they would have voted differently. But there is no such group of people. All the information that came out was truthful, even if The Russians caused it to come out, and no one is bothered that it did, except for HRC's partisans who would rather it had not come out until after the election. "Russian tampering" is total B.S.