I never thought I’d live in a country whose president is so cozy with the Russian mob. There, I said it. And I know how crazy my saying it makes me sound. But there’s too much evidence, and that’s before Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman testify.
Our president betrayed our allies, the Kurds. It wasn’t just soldiers who died. Kurdish families had to flee their homes, ramping up an already raging refugee crisis.
As if that wasn’t enough, we abandoned our base in Syria, leaving behind high-tech equipment and who knows what secrets. Russian soldiers moved right in.
We pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal that was working. Now it’s not. Iran is a Russian ally.
In the mess that we’ve made of the Middle East, going back to the second Iraq war, we’ve created opportunities for bad players and corruption. Would we have bothered if it hadn’t been for the oil?
Now, we’re protecting Syria’s oil.
And Europe! Who will benefit when Britain leaves the EU? Putin is doing a happy dance.
Who will benefit when our president knocks the legs out from under NATO?
Who sees NATO and the EU as a threat to his dream to rebuild the Soviet Union?
Who benefits when we withhold aid to Ukraine?
Who benefits when our president creates a trade war with China?
Who benefits when Kim Jong Un is emboldened?
Why do we hear from the Russian media about an Oval Office phone call between our president and Mr. Putin? Was the usual cadre of staff listening in, or was this a personal call? And if our president is keeping it secret, why did Mr. Putin’s state-run media spill the beans?
For whom is our president working?
It’s certainly not for the American people, and that’s not just crazy talk!