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MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell declares Trump a 'Russian operative'

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posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 06:02 AM
If you like your Russian operative you can keep your Russian operative.
Still trying to figure out why they are bringing this up again? Putting out an early excuse when they get pummeled this election season?

posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 09:56 AM

originally posted by: mugger
If you like your Russian operative you can keep your Russian operative.
Still trying to figure out why they are bringing this up again? Putting out an early excuse when they get pummeled this election season?

2021:Impeachment II: The DNC Strikes Back!

You know that's their game plan as they are doing their damnest to Screw their top Runner.

Hopefully Trump secures the Senate and House with his re-election.

posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 10:35 AM
a reply to: underpass61
Because they are insane by definition. Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. There you have it.

posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 03:51 PM
The irony is that Putin has successfully managed to make Trump into a Russian operative.

.... in the eyes of the people. Probably not in real life.

But in politics, that's all the more of an operative he needs to be, for Putin to get what he wants.

originally posted by: smurfy

originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: network dude

I thought they said Trump was literally Hitler.
Didn't Hitler hate the Russians as much as the Dems do?

I seem to remember reading in history class about a war or something.

A bit more complicated than that, since you mention,'The war' although Trump surely acts like a would be Dictator.
The trouble is that Hitler most likely realised in 1941/42 that Russia wasn't so much a band of peasants, but a manufacturing powerhouse that Hitler's Germany simply couldn't match... and when, in December 1941 America physically entered the war, while in the interim it had supplied Britain, and while the French were not actually co-operating with Hitlers Germany so much, Hitler knew so well that his war was done.
So, to me your hyperbole is out of place. America is not at war with Russia, nor anything like it. Sure, Dems may not like Putin, while Reps are more favourable to Putin, despite the fact that the US government is now helping Ukraine defensively against Putin's Russia..albeit, only after Trump was brought to order, pretty much by the threat of where do you want to be?

The democrats were putting a price tag on that aide. Ukraine had to accept and put up with George Soros controlled National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), which routinely seizes cases
(Anything considered "class A", of a big shot official) from Ukraine's own Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutors Office (SAP), and just throws them/loses them.

200 cases brought to trial and not a single win. A few plea bargains for a slap on the wrist.

SAP has brought 6,438 cases and won 2,876 of them.

The European union, together with Joe Biden insisted on Ukraine adopting this bureau, as a condition of aid. Not because it would actually help stop corruption.

They did it because they wanted to protect themselves from potential embarassment, if it should turn out that any non-Ukrainian businesspeople or government officials had gotten caught up in the corruption.

They've done their job well.

Lately they've begun investigating a prosecutor in the SAP named Kulik. He's the guy who a few years ago managed to locate 1.5 billion of the money that corrupt Russian-friendly president Yanukovych had stolen. Certainly the biggest sum of stolen money any prosecutor has found to date.

.....which of course means he has to go.

But seriously, he located 1.5 billion and chose to prosecute it rather than steal it, or get his beak wet in it. So I don't think he's corrupt.

The issue isn't a "both sides of the fence" thing here. The issue is that Trump was telling Zelensky it was ok to go ahead and undermine NABU.

Indeed, if there was a quid pro quo it was that he WANTED Zelensky to look under a rock NABU had already buried in the sand.

It's like telling someone who's been being bullied to stop obeying the bully. It's a dangerous thing to do, but who's to blame here? The victim? The person telling them to stand up for them self?

,......or the bully?

posted on Feb, 24 2020 @ 05:41 AM

originally posted by: HalWesten
Oh, he declares Trump is a Russian operative? Then I declare O'Donnell to be a twit. I don't understand why these stupid Democrats can't get the fact that Trump is no friend of Russia, they do not benefit from him being our president because he will slap sanctions on them without any hesitation at all. Democrats have historically folded to their whims.

While this is true, I believe Putin is caught between a rock and a hard place over this.

While Trump seems to be pretty tough on Russia, he is also the only person that they can trust within the US political spectrum and why they seem to favor him.

The US has how many Nukes..?

I don't trust people like Sanders or Biden with that kind of power, I could only imagine what Putin thinks..!!

You want someone who is stable, intelligent and solid in charge, not some Bats#@t crazy leftist who just might snap and push the button.

posted on Feb, 24 2020 @ 07:04 AM
a reply to: Ironclad1964

I think Russia has more to fear of the socialists backing China over them. They have been making corrupt connections and deals there and China has expanded greatly in the last 50 years. China is becoming more a threat to Russia than Germany was in WW2.

Trump has started to throw a wrench into China corruption too. I would be more curious on who Xi would like to see as President? Doubt that they are Trump supporters.

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