Thursday, August 2, 2018

Senate neocons initiate last ditch effort for the globalists as they propose legislation seeking to crush any peace talks between Trump and Putin

By now most intelligent Americans realize that the majority of their elected officials are little more than bought and paid for stooges of the banks, corporations, and globalists.  And thus it should come as no surprise on Aug. 2 when several neocons and neo-liberals in the Senate proposed a new bill which would crush the ongoing talks for peace between President Trump and Vladimir Putin, and seek to continue the charade of a new Cold War between the two Superpowers.

In the latest effort to punish Moscow over alleged election meddling, as well its role in both Ukraine and Syria, a bipartisan bill has been introduced in the Senate Thursday that seeks to be so far reaching that it's being widely described as "crushing". 
Predictably, it has as sponsors such Congressional hawks as Senators Bob Menendez, John McCain, and Lindsey Graham — the latter which announced the bill's goal is to "impose crushing sanctions and other measures against Putin’s Russia until he ceases and desists meddling in the U.S. electoral process, halts cyber-attacks on US infrastructure, removes Russia from Ukraine, and ceases efforts to create chaos in Syria," according a statement.  - Zerohedge
Ironically these three Senators from both sides of the aisle are completely out of tune with the American people, who as a whole strongly support the President's policies to strengthen ties with Russia and bring about peace in the Middle East.
President Trump's proposal for a follow-up summit this fall with Russian President Vladimir Putin is supported by a majority of Americans, according to a poll released Monday afternoon. 
The American Barometer poll, a joint project of The Hill and the HarrisX polling company, found that 54 percent of respondents back Trump's plan for a second summit with the Russian leader, this time in Washington, D.C. Forty-six percent of respondents opposed the idea. 
The survey also found that 61 percent of Americans say better relations with Russia are in the best interest of the United States. – The Hill

In the end, perhaps the Senate would be better off investigating the likes of John McCain and Robert Menendez rather than play politics in trying to stifle peace talks between the U.S. and what President Trump deems as a competitor versus an adversary since the first of these men has a long track record of abetting terrorists, and the second is one of the most corrupt politicians in Congress.


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