Trump Meets with Putin for the First Time Since Mueller Report – Oy Vey It’s Like Another Election Hacking!

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 28, 2019

Since the last time Donald Trump met with Vladimir Putin, he’s been cleared of being a KGB agent after a two-year investigation, has threatened wars against two of Russia’s allies and has sent weapons to be used against Russians in the Ukraine.

You’d think that the Jews would be like “ah, okay, let’s move back to his racism and so on.”

You’d be wrong.

Trump met with Putin in Japan today at the G20, and all of the old memes are being dragged back out by the entire Jewish machine.

The media has effectively decided that if Trump ever meets with Putin and does anything other than bite off his ear like Mike Tyson did to Evander Holyfield, it is simply further proof that actually the entire conspiracy was real and maybe actually Robert Mueller is himself also a Russian agent somehow.


Since Donald Trump’s first day in office, Russia has loomed over his presidency. Yet every time he’s had a chance to cast aside people’s doubts, Trump does the opposite.

During a March 2018 phone call, Trump congratulated Putin on his reelection, despite rampant allegations of fraud and even his own aides’ all-caps warning: “DO NOT CONGRATULATE.” At a gathering of world leaders several months later, Trump reportedly said the contested Crimea region in Ukraine is Russian, despite his own administration’s condemnation over Moscow’s annexation of the area. And at a summit in Helsinki the following month, Trump appeared to accept Putin’s election meddling denials, despite the conclusions of U.S. intelligence agencies that Putin himself orchestrated the interference campaign.

On Friday, Trump added to the list.

At his first meeting with Putin since Robert Mueller’s Russia probe concluded, Trump made light of the robust evidence showing Russia engaged in a “sweeping and systematic” campaign to disrupt the election in Trump’s favor.

After he was asked by reporter if he will talk to Putin about election interference — a topic he failed to mention himself, Trump responded: “Yes, of course I will.”

But he didn’t stop there. He turned to Putin, seated next to him, smiling and pointing his finger in the Russian president’s direction, and said jokingly, “Don’t meddle in the election, president. Don’t meddle in the election.” Putin, after appearing to hear the translation, laughed while Trump grinned.

What the fuck is he supposed to say, Politico?

He could scold Putin for these memes being shitty.

But literally no evidence has been presented showing that anyone in Putin’s government, or even anyone in Russia for that matter, posted these memes.

Meanwhile, the US has funded literal revolutions in both Georgia and the Ukraine, invaded Syria, and is threatening to invade Venezuela and Iran. They have “meddled” directly in the electoral politics of Russia by funneling money to fake opposition candidates and funding all of these revolutionary training programs for college students. They also bring college students from Russia to the US and teach them revolutionary tactics.

And they post more than memes – they have entire websites in the Russian language devoted to anti-Putin materials.

It is absolutely insane to keep talking about these Facebook memes. Like, every single adult person looks at this and it looks like a naked homeless man with a beard running in a Walmart parking lot smearing his own feces all over his face.

The episode at the G-20 conference, an annual gathering of the world’s 20 biggest economies, will do nothing to ease the long-standing perception that Trump is too friendly toward Russia — a relationship that has alarmed Democrats and Republicans alike and led to congressional investigations.

But it could have been expected, according to his current and former advisers. Trump often bristles at being told what to say or do, they say. So when pushed, the president simply mocks what is expected of him, even when it comes to Russia.

And each time he refuses to conform to expected behavior toward Russia, it inevitably causes a firestorm in Washington.

“He refuses to conform to expected behavior.”

Imagine that sentence.


But Trump’s advisers don’t think the controversies hurt him politically. Instead, they think his strategy of branding all investigations into his relationship with Russia as a “phony witch hunt” orchestrated by Democrats and the media has helped defuse the issue outside the nation’s capital.

It’s unclear whether Trump actually did press Putin on election interference when the two leaders met Friday. A White House readout of the meeting failed to mention the topic, though it did note the two discussed several points of friction, like Iran, Syria and Venezuela. “Both leaders agreed that improved relations between the United States and Russia was in each countries’ mutual interest and the interest of the world,” the White House statement read.

I think you forgot to ask someone, goyim.

The real question is: is it in the interests of the Jews? 

Before he left Washington, Trump declined to tell reporters at the White House what, if anything, he would say to Putin about election interference. “What I say to him is none of your business,” Trump pushed back when questioned about the meeting.

“Whenever President Trump and President Putin meet, there is a very strong domestic backlash after that meeting,” said Heather Conley, who served as a deputy assistant secretary of State during the George W. Bush administration and is now a senior vice president at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. “But, in part, it’s because there’s a total lack of transparency about the topics of discussion and what the agenda is.”

In the past, some of the meetings between the two leaders have occurred without U.S. aides or interpreters presents, alarming critics who worry about what Trump may promise Putin behind closed doors. But Friday’s meeting included members of both countries’ delegations, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president’s daughter and son-in-law, who both serve as senior advisers.

Before the meeting, a senior administration official described the talk as a “normal event” focused on improving the bilateral relationship. “With regard to the message for Putin, I think the president’s message on election interference is well known and he will be repeating it,” the official said.

But Trump’s public comments on the topic have been opaque.

Good God.

They got their Jewboy in the meeting and STILL they’re whining.

At this point, the meetings are pointless anyway.

What can Trump actually say to Putin other than “sorry bro, my entire administration exists only to serve the Jews, and they don’t seem to like you very much”?

Why even bother with the meetings at all?