Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is growing weary of the never-ending attacks on his nation by the fake news establishment, speaking out against what he termed as “fiction” invented by Democrats to divert the blame for their defeat. Putin is a savvy politician who recognizes desperate political gamesmanship when he sees it. He’s not interested in playing and from his perspective, it’s time for the games to stop.
In an interview published Tuesday by the French newspaper Le Figaro, President Putin restated his position, denying any Russian involvement in the hacking of DNC emails which were then turned over to WikiLeaks. He offered his perspective as to the motivation for the continuing barrage by the media and Democrats, that they were the result of the “desire of those who lost the U.S. elections to improve their standing.”
He continued, “They want to explain to themselves and prove to others that they had nothing to do with it, their policy was right, they have done everything well, but someone from the outside cheated them. It’s not so. They simply lost, and they must acknowledge it.”
He added, the “people who lost the vote hate to acknowledge that they indeed lost because the person who won was closer to the people and had a better understanding of what people wanted.” President Putin noted that the continuous cascade of baseless, false criticism has damaged US – Russia relations and destabilized international affairs.
Putin addressed the topic of meddling, saying, “Russia has never engaged in that, we don’t need it and it makes no sense to do it. Presidents come and go, but policies don’t change. You know why? Because the power of bureaucracy is very strong.”
In comments similar to those voiced by President Trump, Putin said, “Maybe someone lying in his bed invented something or maybe someone deliberately inserted a USB with a Russian citizen’s signature or anything else. Anything can be done in this virtual world.”
Putin agreed with a comment made by the globalist French President Macron, that the future use of chemical weapons in Syria was a “red line” that would be met with an appropriate response. In doing so he reaffirmed the Russian position that neither Syrian forces or President Assad were at fault for the April chemical attack that prompted the US missile strike.
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