It’s very funny to see these two items next to each other:
Who did Vladimir Putin kill?
We know who Prince Salman killed – he killed a Washington Post journalist named Jamal Khashoggi. He ordered him kidnapped at the Saudi embassy in Turkey, and had him chopped up into pieces – inside a room at the embassy!
Every investigation has shown that Salman ordered this death directly, after hounding the journalist for years.
Putin didn’t order any deaths. They’ve said he “killed journalists” – but who? They never give names. We know Jamal Khashoggi’s name. His name is “Jamal Khashoggi,” and he got chopped up in a back room at the embassy.
The funniest part is, when he was condemning and defaming Putin on ABC News this week, Biden said “he will pay a price.”
His position on Salman?
Here’s the official word from Jen Psaki:
Historically, and even in recent history, Democratic and Republican administrations, there have not been sanctions put in place for the leaders of foreign governments where we have diplomatic relations — and even where we don’t have diplomatic relations.
That is to say “he will pay no price” for killing this guy.
But Putin will pay a price for being an imaginary killer.
It’s almost like US foreign policy is totally arbitrary.
Either that, or our government’s relationships with foreign countries are based on those countries’ relationships to Israel.