Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that he is ready to provide the U.S. Senate a transcript of last week’s controversial Oval Office meeting between President Trump and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov. The meeting is at the center of allegations that Trump revealed highly classified information yet there’s no evidence of such.
Vladimir Putin is now willing to release the transcripts which would prove Trump did not reveal any classified information to Russia. “If the U.S. administration considers it possible, we are ready to submit a transcript of Lavrov’s talk with Trump to the U.S. Senate and Congress, if, of course, the U.S. administration would want this,” Putin said, according to the Russian-owned Tass news agency. Would the United States be interested? They should be considering the media and leftists are convinced Trump did something wrong. Those seeking Trump’s impeachment would then have undeniable proof and be able to pull off the coup they’ve been wanting since Trump’s election back in November. But considering that Putin freely offered up these transcripts, it would be wise to put money on the side of Trump and witnesses who have said the president did nothing wrong.
Russia’s foreign ministry spokesman has denied reports that President Donald Trump revealed classified information to senior officials during the Russian minister’s visit to the Oval Office last week. Putin is blaming these seemingly false allegations on “political schizophrenia,” saying there’s “no other reason” for these fabrications. That’s also likely why Putin is being so forthcoming with the transcripts from Lavrov and Kislyak’s visit.
At one point while commenting on these allegations Putin even made a joke. He jokingly said that he needed to punish Lavrov for failing to share the “secrets” with him. “I will have to reprimand him because he shared these secrets neither with me nor with the Russian secret services which is very inappropriate on his part,” Putin chided, according to the Russian Interfax news agency.
The Washington Post reported on Monday that a revelation put a source of intelligence on the Islamic State at risk. But the spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry, Maria Zakharova, said on Facebook Tuesday that the reports were nothing except “yet another fake.”
The Russian president also said that initially, he found the debates about Russia’s meddling in and “hacking of” the U.S. election as “funny” lies. But now that false allegations continue, he said Moscow is “concerned because it’s hard to imagine what the people who produce such nonsense can come up with next.” Putin also went on to dismiss U.S. politicians, which he did not name, as either being “stupid” or “dangerous and unscrupulous” who are wittingly “causing the damage to their own country.”
Perhaps the media propaganda outlets that generate nonsense with attempts to rile up the sheep that worship them can settle down a little now. Get the transcripts from Putin, since he offered, and try to have some chamomile tea while reading it to relax. Maybe if the left would just let Trump do his job, he’d hang himself. But instead, they enjoy being caught fabricating lies to attempt ridiculous coups or an impeachment that is widely unlikely, doing untold damage to their credibility, not Trump’s.
Media propaganda like this is a huge part of why 46% of Americans didn’t vote in the last election. All faith in the government is lost, yet the sheep clamor for more government. The minds of free thinkers are exploding.
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