Clinton Is Still Riding The Russia Collusion Narrative

Giving aid to Vladimir Putin doesn’t sound like a very American thing to do and it doesn’t seem like that’s something a United States president would do. It turns out that it never actually happened and Hillary Clinton’s lies about Donald Trump are coming to light more and more in the last several months.

Trump has commented that the left is using it to go against him. Trump made a monumental statement on Fox News, saying, “This all happened because of a rigged election.”

Trump indeed had a relationship with Vladimir Putin that held Putin back from any military action. The reason? Putin knew that Trump was serious about everything that he said. There wasn’t a bluff or any room for interpretations.

Trump also mentioned the sanctions over Russia and they’ve “taken over a vast piece of land for $2 worth sanctions.”

The sanctions aren’t going to do a lot when much of Europe has been pumping billions into Russia and are only now at a point to stop it. Where were they before? Why has President Joe Biden caused such a dependence on Russian oil by depleting the production in the US? These are all questions that have to be asked.

Clinton told Mika Brzezinski, “We have to make sure that within our own country, we are calling out people giving aid and comfort to Putin and siding with autocrats against the global cause of democracy.”

Clinton suggests that Trump is a Russian puppet and supports Putin’s decision. Trump only noted that Putin decided to invade Ukraine while Biden was in office rather than while Trump was in power. Nevertheless, Clinton makes it out like Trump and Putin are besties.

Make no mistake about it, Clinton paid a reputed Russian FSB agent to create the “Russian collusion.”

Biden’s National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan, was involved as well. What makes Americans think that there’s strong leadership in charge?

Yossi Gestetner tweeted:

There was an attempt to keep sanctions on Russia on Nord Stream 2, but Biden and the Democrats waived sanctions. Do you think that’s a good idea now? It doesn’t seem like it’s working out very well. That’s not to suggest Putin would have changed his mind about invading Ukraine, but when you bow one knee to someone, it’s only a matter of time until you bend the other and before you know it, you’re on the ground kissing their feet. Clinton and Biden fall under this category.