The Democrats' gift to Putin

Washington Post:

Political chaos in Washington is a return on investment for Moscow

President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey as FBI director was the latest in a series of destabilizing jolts to core institutions of the U.S. government, actions that, although driven by the president, have in some ways amplified the effect Russia sought to achieve with its effort to undermine the 2016 presidential race. And while the Kremlin may have hoped for sanctions relief from the Trump administration, the tumult in the United States is a welcome alternative.
The Democrats are so desperate to pull off a constitutional coup that they are willing to create the disruption the Russians were seeking.  The got together after the election and decided on this as a way to regain power and challenge the legitimacy of the election they lost fair and square.   First the demand that Comey be fired and when he is they use that as another excuse to push their assault on democracy by trying to overthrow the Trump administration.

The Democrats are giving the Russians more than they ever hoped for.


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