‘Russiagate’ – Attack On Our Values or Power of War Propaganda?

Does it seem a bit surprising that just as the US intelligence agencies – including the FBI – seemed to be on the ropes over their role in the 2016 presidential campaign, 12 indictments were dropped on Russian intelligence agents and a Trump-Putin meeting was decried as an act of treason by Obama intelligence appointees? Does it seem almost as if the US intelligence agencies – or at least some elements of them – are fighting back with a disinfo and propaganda campaign of their own to divert attention from the ignoble role played by some of the most political of appointees like Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Mike Morrell, Mueller, and others? Even Trump had to do a 180 degree turn and bow down to the “intelligence community.” Who runs things? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “‘Russiagate’ – Attack On Our Values or Power of War Propaganda?”

  1. Given the powerful dark forces that Trump is up against, I often wish he did have the power that Putin has. Lincoln, in the midst of the War for Southern Independence, put powerful enemies like them in jail without trial. Do they even realize how much they are hurting the country?

    1. Putin does not have unlimited power- he too must play a balancing act, but he does have character, judgment, determination, and a commitment to Russia’s interests and the well being of its people- and he does take a long view.

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