July 23, 2017
Trump is trying to make peace with the other global superpower. However, the bought-and-paid-for Congress desires perpetual war.
The human rights of ISIS terrorists in Syria.
They’re also citing the now wholly discredited conspiracy theory that Russian “meddled in US elections.”
House and Senate negotiators brushed aside White House objections Saturday and reached agreement on a broad sanctions bill that will make it more difficult for President Trump to unilaterally ease or end punitive measures against Moscow.
The package punishes Russia for meddling in the U.S. presidential elections and for its military aggression in Ukraine and Syria.
The White House had objected to a key section of the bill that would mandate a congressional review if Trump attempted to ease or end the sanctions.
Under the terms of the bill, Trump would be required to send Congress a report explaining why he wants to suspend or terminate a particular set of sanctions. Lawmakers would then have 30 days to decide whether to allow the move or reject it.
The agreement clears the way for passage of the legislation before the August recess, with a vote in the House expected as early as Tuesday.
In Moscow, Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin, called the adoption of the agreement “very negative,” the Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the legislation “strong” and said he expected the legislation to be passed quickly.
“Given the many transgressions of Russia, and President Trump’s seeming inability to deal with them, a strong sanctions bill such as the one Democrats and Republicans have just agreed to is essential,” Schumer said.
Jews on the left and right agree: Russia is evil and the only solution to this evil is to push for a World War.
Because of the concerns of the average American, Syria and the Ukraine are at the top of the list.
By the Jews and for the goyim, as the Constitution so clearly states.
While it could face a presidential veto, Saturday’s bipartisan deal suggests that might trigger a backlash by Republican and Democrats who would be able to override his decision.
The agreement resolves difference between House and Senate-passed versions of a broad sanctions bill.
Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, the No. 2 House Democrat, said the final agreement also includes stiff economic penalties against Iran and North Korea.
The sanctions targeting Russia, however, have drawn the most attention because of Trump’s persistent push for warmer relations with President Vladimir Putin, despite U.S. findings by U.S. intelligence agencies of Kremlin interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Hoyer said the bill would “ensure that both the Majority and Minority are able to exercise our oversight role over the Administration’s implementation of sanctions.”
Beyond the obsession with Russia, the nature of this bill – being designed to remove powers from the President – is unprecedented.
Trump would be insane not to veto this bill.
Of course, the fake news media will jump all over him, but that issue has already largely been dealt with. None of his supporters are affected by the media at this point. The whole thing has become a huge joke.
The balancing act here is that the Jews have the ability to pull the rug on the economy if Trump goes too far in our direction. He could fix that issue, but it would be a whole lot of work.
But signing away his own natural authority would be nuts, and he cannot allow it.
We voted for peace with Russia, an end to the Syrian conflict and to forget about the Ukraine and other nonsense that does not even affect us.