SERGEI SKRIPAL AND DAUGHTER REMAIN IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
Add the word Novichok to your vocabulary. It’s allegedly a Russian poison that was used to attempt to murder Russian president Vladimir Putin’s enemy, former double agent Sergei Skripal, in Britain.
Everyone who is fully awake realizes that Putin has nothing to gain and much to lose by poisoning enemies of Russia currently residing in Britain.
The poisonings are surely the work of some intel agency, most likely the CIA or Israel’s Mossad, or a combination of both.
President Trump has refused to support British PM Teresa May’s decision to declare economic war on Russia. May had given President Putin 24 hours to respond to her accusations that Russia was behing the poisonings. As Zerohedge reports, Putin’s defiant response: One doesn’t give 24 hours notice to a nuclear power.
The following excerpt is from a far left source, so ignore all the insults toward Trump and the distortions of reality that paint Trump in a negative way.
The correct White House response to the poisoning of an ex-Russian agent and his daughter, in Britain last week, would have been for Donald Trump to have delivered a televised address, shortly after that of British Prime Minister Theresa May. May is an unremarkable politician, meaning that she adheres to the traditions and mores of ordinary presidents and prime ministers. So on Monday, when she said, in front of Parliament, that it was “highly likely” the Kremlin was behind the assassination attempt, it was, in fact, highly likely. Unremarkable politicians are cautious and plodding and aware that their words, more than those of non-presidents and non-prime ministers, reverberate around the globe. The American president, signaling to the rest of the world (and especially Vladimir Putin) that the United States is a reliable ally, would have said in a televised address that America stands ready to support Britain in any way possible. He would have reiterated May’s demand that Moscow explain itself. The president might have added that the United States viewed a Russian attack in a NATO member country as particularly alarming and intimated that Washington and London would soon respond jointly. The overriding message would have been two-pronged and unmistakable: the United States and Britain are allies, and there will be consequences. This is how one bolsters relationships and deters future attacks.
Leftists are fully on board with the idea that Russia is the world’s great mischief maker when in reality false flags, lies, distortions, and manufactured fake news are the norm, meaning that Russia stands beinf falsely accused of much nonsense.