Friday, January 21, 2022

which president is more Russia's bitch?

According to wild-eyed lefties, Trump was a tool of Russia. A slew of Democrat-led investigations of Trump found nothing, yet lefties persist in seeing Trump as Russia's whore. But look at Joe Biden's actions and policies: is he not more a tool of Russia in actuality? In his latest piece, Glenn Reynolds argues that, yes, Joe Biden is far more a tool of Russia than Trump could ever have been. Reynolds's article begins this way:

Back in 2017, Walter Russell Mead wrote: If Donald Trump “were the Manchurian candidate that people keep wanting to believe that he is, here are some of the things he’d be doing:

Limiting fracking as much as he possibly could
Blocking oil and gas pipelines
Opening negotiations for major nuclear arms reductions
Cutting U.S. military spending
Trying to tamp down tensions with Russia’s ally Iran.”

Trump, of course, did none of those things, and indeed the entire “Russian collusion” narrative that the press pushed for his entire presidency has been thoroughly exploded.

But someone is doing these things, right now. I’m talking, of course, about Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., who at his shambolic Wednesday press conference gave Russia the go-ahead to invade Ukraine, though it was quickly walked back by backwalker-in-chief Jen Psaki, his press secretary.

Read the rest, but note what Reynolds says further down:

No, I’m not saying that Biden is actually Putin’s puppet. For one thing, Putin seems to be good at hiring competent help.

But I am saying that Biden is acting in destructive ways that are difficult to distinguish from what he would be doing had he in fact been put in office to weaken the United States and strengthen Russia, Iran and other American enemies.

To the checklist above you can add a deliberate strategy of sowing racial and class division, a spending plan that anyone with half a brain could see would lead to inflation and an exploding national debt, accompanied by a push for regulatory policies that would constrict supplies and drive prices up further.

Pain all around. Let's go, Brandon!

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