Dems Panic, Use Old Fake News To Defeat Trump

Sen. Mark Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, was a prominent proponent of the Russian conspiracy lie. “No one could genuinely say there’s not plenty of proof of collusion or communications between the Trump Organization and Russians,” he asserted in 2019.

In the end, however, special counsels Robert Mueller and John Durham disproved him, demonstrating that there was insufficient proof of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Further investigation revealed that if any foreign meddling occurred at all, it was probably minimal, excluding the foreign-sourced Steele dossier that the Democrats successfully gathered for the Clinton campaign. Before the 2016 presidential election, for example, the Washington Post, whose journalists received awards for spreading the erroneous “Russia hoax” narrative, acknowledged that so-called Russian trolls “had no measurable impact on altering minds or influencing voter behavior.”

Prior to the 2020 election, the senator asserted that “the Russians who attacked us in 2016 are still targeting us” before Durham could dampen Warner’s enthusiasm.

Presumptively, the senator from Virginia is back at it, labeling Nigel Farage’s victories in the July 4 election in Britain as the Kremlin’s ideal result. Politico reports that Farage’s Reform U.K. party may win up to 17 seats in the British Parliament, five of which would come from the Conservatives.

While Warner acknowledged that American intelligence services “had not seen much [Russian] activity” in relation to the British election, The Telegraph revealed on Tuesday that he has also suggested that “the chances are, as we have seen in the past, this activity ramps up considerably the closer it gets to the election.”

“As he detailed Vladimir Putin’s likely efforts to exploit divergent sentiments among British MPs towards defending Kyiv’s frontlines,” Warner “singled out Nigel Farage,” according to the Telegraph.

Rishi Sunak, Boris Johnson, and Liz Truss—all prominent members of the conservative party—are reportedly in agreement that Ukraine may achieve military success as long as it continues to receive funds and equipment.

On the other hand, Farage recently declared, “I’m not saying we shouldn’t help Ukraine at all.” Not even for a moment. However, most conflicts conclude with negotiation, and I worry that if we can’t find a means of at least having a conversation, we’ll wind up with a war that lasts for many years.”

Warner seems to believe that Russia is capturing positions held by British MPs over the nation’s foreign policy, in this case, a negotiated conclusion to the war in Ukraine.

“It’s obvious that Russia is not happy with the UK’s unwavering defense of Ukraine,” Warner said in an interview. “It obviously fits Putin’s intentions; if he can weaken the will of the British or the Americans to defend Ukraine, he can save some money on his tanks, artillery, ships, and aircraft.”

Farage said in a recent BBC interview that Putin had “gone from prime minister to president, he’s a skilled political player,” a statement that the English press has wildly misrepresented. He murders reporters. I have no affinity for him as a human being.”

Farage went on, “You can see that some people are good at what they do even if they have bad intentions.”

Farage replied, “Look, the West has been supporting you; they will continue supporting you, but the percentage of your young men that you’re losing is so bad; isn’t it time we at least tried to have a negotiation?”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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