The tricky Jews of the New York Times, led by the wily Jewess Maggie Haberman, are making the outrageous demand that US President Donald Trump jump on-board with their lunatic conspiracy theory about how Vladimir Putin personally poisoned opposition leader Alexi Navalny in order to demonstrate meanness.
Thus far, Trump has refused to get involved with these kooky conspiracy theories.
Jewish Maggie is ratcheting up the heat.
Do you remember when leftists were against war, instead of constantly agitating for potentially civilization-destroying global conflicts, under the guise of “preventing mean behavior”?
Yeah, me neither.
President Trump on Thursday reiterated his desire to “get along” with Moscow despite an international uproar over the poisoning of the Russian dissident Aleksei A. Navalny with a deadly nerve agent, saying that when the subject of Russia appears on the news, he turns it off.
Speaking at a small campaign rally in Latrobe, Pa., Mr. Trump did not mention Mr. Navalny on a day when his press secretary issued a stern statement about the apparent assassination attempt against the dissident, who is the most prominent domestic critic of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. Nor did he address new warnings from his own intelligence officials that Russia is seeking to interfere in the 2020 election on his behalf.
Instead, he boasted that he had kept the United States “out of wars,” and he pointed to his persistent efforts to thaw relations between Washington and Moscow. “It’s good that I get along,” Mr. Trump said. “If I get along with Russia, is that a good thing or bad thing? I think it’s a good thing.”
Who are these people attempting to appeal to by attacking Trump for not starting wars?
Other than Jews, which group of people takes explicit issue with the fact that Trump hasn’t started any wars?
I’m legitimately asking, because I don’t know. Is “we need more wars so we can have human rights in other countries” a position that is popular among the social justice crowd now?
Do affluent white female liberals want war with Russia to stop meanness?
What are we talking about here?
His remarks came hours after the White House press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, called Mr. Navalny’s poisoning “deeply reprehensible” and said the United States would “hold those in Russia accountable wherever the evidence leads.” But she also insisted to reporters that “no one has been tougher on the Russian government than this president.”
While the Trump administration has taken some punitive actions against Russia’s government, including the expulsion of diplomats and an array of economic sanctions, it has done so mainly under pressure from Congress or European allies — and often only with Mr. Trump’s grudging approval, according to several former White House officials.
The startling attack on Mr. Putin’s most prominent domestic critic during a trip to Siberia last month has renewed attention on Mr. Trump’s undisguised admiration for a Russian leader widely seen in Washington and Europe as an amoral autocrat determined to undermine Western democracies. It comes amid several other acts of Russian aggression, including efforts to interfere in the 2020 election and a confrontation with American troops in Syria last month that injured seven U.S. soldiers.
Yes, the NYT Jews will openly say “we need to globally police morality to stop people who don’t match our values.”
But when they print this in the media, who are they addressing, specifically?
Mr. Trump’s comments came as foreign leaders, including Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain, demanded answers from Moscow about the episode. Germany’s government said this week that Mr. Navalny was afflicted by the advanced nerve agent Novichok, produced by the Soviet Union and thought to be possessed now by Russia’s Kremlin-controlled security services.
No conclusive evidence exists linking Mr. Putin or the Kremlin to Mr. Navalny’s poisoning, and the Kremlin has denied any involvement. Some analysts have said he may have been targeted by political rivals at the local level. But the finding by Germany — which is now caring for Mr. Navalny and providing him with asylum — that he was the victim of Novichok lends strong weight to the theory that it was an action by high levels of Russia’s security services.
Seeing a political opening, Mr. Trump’s Democratic rival, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., said in a statement on Wednesday that it was clear that Mr. Putin’s government was responsible for poisoning Mr. Navalny, an outspoken critic of Mr. Putin and his political allies, and that Mr. Trump’s “silence is complicity.”
There’s no evidence, but it’s clear to Biden.
This is the first thing that has been clear to Joe Biden in two years.
Because who else would want to poison someone and create a massive diplomatic problem for Vladimir Putin, other than Vladimir Putin himself?
But in Latrobe on Thursday, the president treated the topic of Russia as little more than a political cudgel used by his opponents for partisan gain. He renewed his attacks on Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California, who led the House Intelligence Committee’s inquiry into a possible conspiracy between the Trump 2016 campaign and Russian officials.
“These maniacs always talk about Russia. They never talk about China. It is always Russia. I heard it starting again,” Mr. Trump said. “They said somebody spoke to Russia two years ago, Russia, Russia, Russia. The total maniacs — Shifty Schiff is a total maniac. I can’t even listen.”
He said when he hears people talking about Russia, “I just turn it off. It is crazy.”
This is how everyone feels at this point, other than white women, who hate Russia because it’s run by a white man.
But do even they want the world war that the Jews are calling for?
Surely, if someone described the necessary fallout that this war that the Jews are demanding would cause, everyone except the Jews would stop supporting it.
Why doesn’t the right-wing media describe the inevitable fallout to the war that these Jews are demanding?
Here’s Trump’s full speech from Thursday.