By: Earnest Jones | 06-05-2017 | News
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Obama Asked Moscow to Keep This Secret: Russia Warns It'll Publish the Information

The terrible defeat that the Liberals witnessed during the 2016 presidential election was awful. As part of coping with the loss, Liberals have consistently pushed the absurd propaganda about the collusion of Trump’s administration with the Russian government. The narrative has reached an all-time high and the Kremlin are about to drop a massive bombshell on Obama.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, made a press conference on U.S.-Russia relations saying that Russia is considering publishing leaks about dirty secrets that Obama and his administration asked for the Russian government to keep private.

The statement serves as a warning to Obama and his fellow Democrats. Zakharova made the statement after an issue came up when she was specifically asked about the future of Russian-US diplomatic relations in the context of the current atmosphere in Washington D.C.

She said that they provided their views on bilateral relations and the reasons for blocking them under President Obama, adding that they are willing to work with the new US administration, under President Trump.

Zarkharova also said that there’s no need to invent anything in this respect, because so much has been said before. Her point was focused on the need for U.S. and Russia to start concrete practical work.

Zakharova went on to say that over the past few years they have witnessed many “strange things” with the Obama administration; things that directly violated how the Russian government transitionally did business. Whenever the Russian government would meet with the Obama administration, she said the US State Department would always demand that the visit be kept a secret, which put Russia and the media in a strange situation.

Obama received a stern warning from Zakharova over the Democrats’ recent practice of leaking confidential and secret information.


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Anonymous No. 3431 2017-06-06 : 00:16

So according to a Russian whose country may have interfered in American affairs, the russian is going to 'prove' that one of the people who is looking for the truth is in fact corrupt, because russia has never created false evidence before. isn't that right former kgb lietenant colonel putin, you'd never protect assets by falsly implicating someone else, honest

Putin served 15 years as a foreign intelligence officer for the KGB (Committee for State Security), including six years in Dresden, East Germany. In 1990 he retired from active KGB service with the rank of lieutenant colonel and returned to Russia to become prorector of Leningrad State University with responsibility for the institution’s external relations. Soon afterward Putin became an adviser to Sobchak, the first democratically elected mayor of St. Petersburg. He quickly won Sobchak’s confidence and became known for his ability to get things done; by 1994 he had risen to the post of first deputy mayor.

In 1996 Putin moved to Moscow, where he joined the presidential staff as deputy to Pavel Borodin, the Kremlin’s chief administrator. Putin grew close to fellow Leningrader Anatoly Chubais and moved up in administrative positions. In July 1998 Pres. Boris Yeltsin made Putin director of the Federal Security Service (FSB; the KGB’s domestic successor), and shortly thereafter he became secretary of the influential Security Council.

Yeah, nothing to see, move along.. Comrade.

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