So are you upset that Hillary lost and we stopped investigating her? Or that in an alternate reality, Hillary won and no one is talking about Russia? I'm trying to see your point, but alas, you might be too clever for me.
Or are we back to it's not fair to expect Trump NOT to have Russian ties because of business interests? Again, all Trump had to do was completely break from his companies, and he did not. And we're seeing some serious Russian interests in Trump winning, and a lot of contact between Trump's campaign officials and advisers, which is good or bad?
I'm not sure the point you're trying to make. Is it "yay, Trump won so we can investigate Russian interference with the election and administration!" Or is it "Boo, if Hillary won she wouldn't be investigated!"
Hillary lost. People came out for Trump in the rust belt. Now that people are looking at Trump, what he's said, what laws he's trying to pass, etc; a lot of information is coming out. Is that bad? Or is it just that the media is being unfair to Trump?
Maybe I'm just not smart enough to get it.