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If the 72.5% polled who “believe that Putin, Russia pose a clear, present danger to the national security of the United States, NATO allies, Mideast allies” could see that America’s biggest enemy lies within, America would soon be Great Again

It’s the Enemy Within not Russia Posing the Greatest Danger to America


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It’s the Enemy Within not Russia Posing the Greatest Danger to America

Hiding in plain sight and held under convenient cover by all the white noise, the most harmful Russian Collusion is the one being run by the ‘special counsel’ of Robert Mueller III.

Without even the tiniest scintilla of any real evidence, Mueller’s team builds on the conspiracy that the Russians stole an election promised to Hillary Clinton by mentor Barack Hussein Obama, pre-election polls, the mainstream and social media and the politicking entertainment industry.

In the never-ending narrative that the Russians stole the election, a whopping 72% of the masses are convinced not only that the Russians are coming, but they’re coming in on the attack.

That whopping 72% has to be from the roughly 50 percent of the U.S. population waiting for the return of the Democrats to House and Senate power.

“Recent Russian aggression is starting to scare Americans about a potential attack, according to a new poll. (Washington Examiner, Mar. 15, 2018)

“According to the survey, 72 percent believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin presents a “clear and present danger” and 60 percent are concerned about potential Russian attacks.”

While FBI pooh-bahs borrow from the romantic personas of the ones viewed on the boob tube, sending love notes along with intel heads-up, or charging $97 for books touted to tell all, the message to the masses seems to be “run and duck for cover” before rogue FBI leakers leak your home address to marauding Russians.

Real life FBI has become far more worth lamenting than the ones portrayed on television.

Message to the polled living in fear of potential attack from Putin: Your country is under attack, an attack that is coming, non-stop from within.

The Daily Grind does an excellent job in fear mongering.

But what real hope does it have from stopping people from realizing that their country is not under the potential of attack from Vlad the Election Thief but under attack from within by the same people paid to protect it?

From the latest scare poll: “And just as importantly, it found that most do not believe that President Trump is doing enough to address the threats from Putin and Russia. (Washington Examiner)

It suits the narrative that it is Trump, beleaguered for the last year and a half by Russian Collusion attacks, is not doing enough to address the threats from Putin and Russia.

Isn’t it the FBI, the CIA and the intel agencies and not the president that are supposed to protect the home land from Putin and Russia threats?

“The survey was conducted by McLaughlin & Associates for Joel C. Rosenberg, author of the new political thriller The Kremlin Conspiracy. In his book, Rosenberg features an American president so focused on Iran and North Korea that he is blindsided by a Russian czar plotting an attack on the Baltic states. (Washington Examiner)

“Rosenberg, who provided the survey to Secrets, pointed to the finding that over 50 percent of Americans are concerned that Trump isn’t taking the threat seriously and that the White House has gone “radio silent” instead of criticizing the Kremlin.

“He has been tougher on [Attorney General] Jeff Sessions than Putin,” said the author whose books are popular with official Washington, including Vice President Mike Pence.”

Mr. VP, get your nose out of that book because you are living the nightmare with no time to read about fictional fantasies.

 

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“He added that the concerns about the Putin-Trump relationship could become an issue in the 2018 midterms if the president doesn’t get behind the public’s demand for tougher action. (Washington Examiner)

Key findings:

  • 72.5 percent “believe that Vladimir Putin and the government of Russia pose a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States, our NATO allies in Europe, and our Mideast allies, such as Israel.”
  • 60.5 percent “worry that Putin could now be planning other military attacks—perhaps the invasion of a small NATO country or a Middle Eastern country—because he thinks the international community is not really willing to stop him.
  • 51.9 percent are “not convinced the president understands Russia/must do more.”

“The Putin-Trump relationship could become an issue in the 2018 midterms if the president doesn’t get behind the public’s demand for tougher action?”

Don’t make us laugh. Every time the president gets behind the public’s demand for tougher action, hatred of the most visceral kind is hurled back at him, and the chants “he’s a racist, a misogynist; he’s anti-immigrant, anti-women and an Islamaphobic get louder in the latest street protests.

If the so-called 72.5 percent polled who “believe that Vladimir Putin and the government of Russia pose a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States, our NATO allies in Europe, and our Mideast allies, such as Israel” could see that America’s biggest enemy lies within, America would soon be Great Again.



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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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