The relentless investigations of Special Counsel Robert Mueller to attempt to paint a picture of nonexistent “Russian Collusion” against the President of the United States of America must come to an end - after the Trump Administration has now decided to again engage in the expulsion of 60 Russian Diplomats that are now being accused of tactics similar to that of espionage after the headline-grabbing poisoning of a former Russian spy in the United Kingdom.
The poisoning act has been reported by the mainstream media as a premeditated attack against the alleged turncoat to the Russian government, although many in alternative media distrust the official claims of both European and American intelligence communities.
Those outlets believe that there is now and always has been a “Deep State” ploy to create tension with Russia, which could push the superpowers or the United States and Russia closer towards war.
President Trump Has overseen numerous<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/14393-Treasury-Department-Sanctions-Five-Russians-Per-Trump-Investigation"> sanctions against the Russian government </a>and businesses during his term in office, more than any previous Administration, yet the media continues to try and smear the President as if he's somehow affiliated with the Kremlin, a<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/13225-Email-Trump-Team-Sanctions-Hurt-Russia-which-has-just-thrown-the-USA-election"> preposterous lie </a>meant to distract from the known connections of the Democratic Party to Russia during the Uranium One scandal.
The<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/16210-Tick-Tock-The-Complete-History-of-the-Clinton-Crime-Family-and-Uranium-One-from-A-to-Z#16229"> Uranium One scandal</a>, which sold out America's National Security for personally beneficial gains to the pockets of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and worked a favor into the hands of Barack Obama in which Russia's<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/20255-Putin-I-Couldn-t-Care-Less-About-US-Election-Interference"> Vladimir Putin </a>could later assist in negotiating the Iranian Nuclear Deal as a means of return.
Over 20 nations have now united against Russian Diplomats in response to the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury, southern England, with the pair remaining in critical although stable condition in an undisclosed hospital.
It's believed that a nerve agent was used in the attack against the former Russian spy and his daughter, which was intended to take the pair's life, although there's zero evidence to support Russia has been responsible for the atrocity.
The Russian Federation and government officials have continued to deny any connection to the attacks, despite the vicious narratives against them suggesting such a tactic was made at their discretion.
There is no doubt that the tensions between the United States of America and Russia have both reached a tipping point, with the intelligence community determined to see there be no pathway towards peace between the two powers, and numerous<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/9199-Russian-Trade-With-North-Korea-Growing"> questionable dealings </a>of Russia with the likes of North Korea has added fuel to the fire.
On Monday, President Trump ordered the immediate expulsion of the 60 Russian diplomats in which the US identified as being “intelligence agents,” and also ordered the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle, Washington, being a strong sign that America isn't going to stand by idling if the allegations against Russia are true.
It's also believed that at least 48 of the alleged intelligence agents work at the Russian embassy in Washington, which could have been a logistical outpost to launch similar attacks to the UK poisoning inside of America, and an additional 12 alleged intelligence agents were working inside or the United Nations headquarters in New York, Senior Administration officials stated.
Trump's maneuvering received enormous applause from the United Kingdom and the European Union, with British Prime Minister Theresa May having said this was “the largest collective expulsion of Russian intelligence officers in history."
"We have no disagreement with the Russian people who have achieved so much through their country's great history. But President Putin's regime is carrying out acts of aggression against our shared values," she said Monday. "The United Kingdom will stand shoulder to shoulder with the EU and NATO to face down these threats."
In regards to the investigation into what happened to Skripal, May also gave an update and a strong condemnation of the actions which are believed to have been taken by Russia.
"While Public Health England has made clear that the risk to public health is low and this remains the case, we assess that more than 130 people in Salisbury could have been potentially exposed to this nerve agent,” May insisted. "Sergei and Yulia Skripal remain critically ill in hospital. Sadly, late last week doctors indicated their condition is unlikely to change in the near future and they may never recover fully. This shows the utterly barbaric nature of this act and the dangers that hundreds of innocent citizens in Salisbury could have faced."
It no doubt appears as if the world is shifting away from Russia, making Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran considered the enemies of western civilization, at least by the standards of the intelligence community.
No doubt such distancing also encourages the claims that the intelligence community is preparing for a global war, in which sides will be taken similar to the lines of the distancing efforts, in what would be a catastrophic loss of life for the planet if such a war ever occurred.
There was hope at once the time that Russia and America could unite under Trump and Putin to wipe out ISIS and build a stronger relationship but any such outlook looks grim at this point, as every polite gesture made towards Russia from the President results in endless claims of collusion.
Out of the fourteen nations expelling Russian Diplomats in the wake of the alleged nerve agent attack, it appears that Ireland won't be one of them, although it remains to be seen exactly what type of response the UK and the US will have to Ireland not joining into the ceremonial expulsions.
This brings the total expulsions from Europe and the US of alleged Russian spies to almost 100 in retaliation for the attack, a move certain to frustrate Moscow, although Putin is seemingly used to being isolated at this point.
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