Thursday, January 12, 2017

David Stern and Kenneth P. Vogel — Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire

This news article is significant in establishing what George Eliason has been asserting about a Ukrainian connection in the 2016 presidential election.

The article is mostly comprised of unconfirmed allegations and countercharges — he said, she said stuff.

However, it shows that there is another dimension unfolding that the neither US intelligence services nor the US media reported that appears to be relevant.

The Clinton campaign worked to sabotage Bernie and apparently Trump, too, and there seems to be a Ukrainian trace regarding the later.

However, at this point it is difficult to impossible to distinguish between assertion and fact, and allegation and evidence in the fog of politics.

Stay tuned.

Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire
David Stern and Kenneth P. Vogel

1 comment:

Penguin pop said...

I look at it this way.

What would Russia have to gain from having DJT as president? Obviously less hostile relations, but possibly lower oil prices and a stronger Ruble for them if things went well. ExxonMobil could also benefit from those sanctions being removed.

What would be Ukraine's motivation for wanting to keep DJT out? Well with what I've read from the article thus far, the leaders there are worried about what's going to happen if they lose US support. It might be payback for all that Crimea business too to get back at Russia in some way. I have watched a Russia Today clip where tensions were quite hostile from the Ukrainian reporter that was interviewed on the network.

Like you have mentioned in the past, this is about a foreign policy disagreement. Either the US goes after Russia first, or goes after China and Iran and DJT is clearly going to pick the latter choice. The upcoming Iran War is a done deal. I'm suspecting that a certain faction within the government has been wanting that war for a while.