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The sanctions bill is claimed to be a restrictive measure against Iran (and by default Russia), but a closer examination of the bill reveals that it is more of a device that foreign powers will use to isolate Trump. Just take for example the video in my last post. Moves are already being made by the White Helmets to stage another fake sarin gas attack. If the sanctions bill were in effect, this would have automatically thrown the US into a direct confrontation with Russia. This is why this sanctions bill is much more dangerous than we are being led to believe.
At the same time, the lefties are greedily anticipating a victory if Trump signs this bill. It’s essentially a trap. It’s a bad deal, a swindle. The kind of swindle where a person mortgages his house at substandard rates.
The sanctions bill is a parasitic loss that will limit Trump’s power potential. It’s going to stick around for 8 years if it is not defeated. The greedy left will simply use it to coerce Trump into signing all sorts of weird laws and illogical ammendments.
But Trump can always hang them out to dry. No more candy for greedy senators.
The bill’s stipulations are too vaguely worded and hair triggered. It harms the White House just as much, if not more than it was designed to restrict Russia. The Fake News Media are always trying to pin false accusations on Trump. All they would have to do is make a false accusation stick, and next thing you know, Trump’s team members are getting sanctioned.
But the good part about it is that in a game where hundreds of actions can be taken, the sanctions bill is just one move on the grand chessboard. That bill needs to be vetoed, and sent back for another revision.
Russia’s Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov has weighed in on the sanctions bill. Russia is giving the White House time to review the bill. They’re essentially saying: President Trump, we know you’ve got a lot on your plate right now. We’re both men of honor. We understand that this requires a lot of attention.
“Thus far, we will not say anything substantial yet. We will not skip ahead,” Peskov said, citing the need for the US Senate to pass the bill and for US President Donald Trump to either sign it into law or veto it.
The Kremlin will formulate its reaction to the new anti-Russia sanctions bill after careful analysis, Peskov added.
“In any case, our attitude to this will be formulated after careful analysis and the decision will undoubtedly be taken by the head of state, President Putin.”
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