Senator Demand Russia be Sanctioned Over Poisoning Hoax

Every single person who has anything to do with politics knows that the poisoning of Alexi Navalny is a hoax. I knew it immediately.

It is obvious that Vladimir Putin does not benefit in any way from this, meaning it makes no sense that he would have done it. Conversely, NATO, the EU, the US State Department, other anti-Russian entities and indeed Navalny himself benefit immensely from it.

In this ridiculous society, however, you’re never allowed to ask who benefits from something.

We are told that everything must be exactly how it seems, and how it seems is however the media says it seems.


The leaders of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee asked President Donald Trump on Wednesday to consider whether the Russian government poisoned Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny with a chemical nerve agent, which would subject Moscow to sanctions.

“We are very concerned by assessments that Russian anti-corruption activist Alexei Navalny was poisoned in August 2020, by a chemical nerve agent from the Novichok family,” the committee’s Republican chairman, Senator Jim Risch, and its Democratic ranking member, Senator Bob Menendez, wrote in a letter to Trump.

The request – which followed a similar request from leaders of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee on Sept. 8 – added to growing international support for a response to Navalny’s poisoning. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said earlier on Wednesday her country would discuss a response with European partners.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the letter from Risch and Menendez.

Mike Pompeo, who is fat, is also out there spreading these sickening and obviously false rumors about Putin.

Last week, it was revealed that Putin told French President Emmanuel Macron that the poisoning was done by Navalny himself. I have speculated that he might not have said exactly that, but rather that Navalny was in on it.

No element of the story makes any sense. I broke it all down here. That article was written up just after it happened, back in August, but not one single fact has changed: everything is as it was, and it remains very easy for any person with a brain to point out that the very simplest and most obvious explanation for the poisoning is that anti-Russian forces were responsible.

Trump has really held the line on Russia. I think he understands that if he breaks on that front, they’ve broken him completely, since they have used Russia as the core of their attacks on him. If Trump is removed from office, however, this is all set up for Biden to start a war.