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Trump is a ‘Russian stooge’ – yet he is preparing for a space-war with Russia

22 5 19

On January 17, 2019, Buzzfeed News dropped a “bombshell” report that alleged Donald Trump had personally directed his lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about the plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. This story, if true (it is apparently untrue according to the only person who has been tasked with verifying these claims, but never mind that), clearly demonstrates further what a Russian asset Donald Trump has turned out to be.

If these recent developments can be believed (again, they most likely cannot), then US President Trump has committed a “clear case of obstruction of justice, a felony.” You see, the first article of impeachment for Richard Nixon, as explained by anti-Trump Representative Ted Lieu, was “obstruction of justice.” According to Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro, if the story turned out to be accurate, “President Trump must resign or be impeached.”

If the @BuzzFeed story is true, President Trump must resign or be impeached.

You can see this threat of impeachment right across the media spectrum. The prospect itself has been relentlessly deployed for some time now, and always in respect of some sort of alleged connection to Russia.

Just so we are clear, this particular Russiagate story has already been heavily disputed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, with a spokesperson describing Buzzfeed’s claims as “not accurate.” If anyone should be able to confirm the Buzzfeed story, one would have to think it would be none other than Mueller himself. The sad part is that both the New York Times and the Washington Post – possibly the most prominent anti-Trump outlets, depending on the issue in question – have also cast doubt on the story, having been unable to independently confirm the claims made in Buzzfeed’s article.

I don’t know about you, but it seems as though this is the kind of nonsense that is designed to distract us from more serious issues for which we should be genuinely criticizing the US president, not unverified allegations which, if we are being honest, amount to no less than a “conspiracy theory.”

For example, just this past Thursday, Trump revealed his revised US missile defense........

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