As someone who devoted literal years and thousands of hours of manpower into the Trump Presidential Campaign, the Helsinki Summit made me feel for the first time since not too long after the Inauguration that maybe, just maybe, we’re getting somewhere with The Donald.
Sure, his domestic policies have been by and large dreadful, his immigration agenda has been a joke, his economic initiatives are just resurrected examples from the past that will likely collapse in the end, and his Supreme Court picks are still a giant question mark in the grand scheme of things, but perhaps in the realm of foreign policy something different can be obtained.
Something that would allow us to move past reliving the Cold War, from meddling across the world to support the democratic right to McDonald’s and anal sex, and from crashing nations at the behest of a tiny terrorist enclave smaller than the state of New Hampshire.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told a room full of U.S. and Russian reporters that he wanted Donald Trump to win the presidency in 2016 – and Trump said he believed Putin’s denials of interfering in the race – in just two of the many revelations in a joint press conference that only fueled the spectacle of the Russia story.
‘I have president Putin, he just said it’s not Russia. I will say this. I don’t see any reason why it would be,’ Trump said, speaking to reporters about Russian election meddling as he stood side-by-side with the man U.S. intelligence says ordered it.
‘So I have great confidence in my intelligence people, but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today,’ Trump said after meeting with Putin in Helsinki in a controversial summit.
Trump hailed a new thaw in U.S.-Russia relations has already begun following a two-hour private meeting between the two men – and then fired repeatedly at the Mueller probe and Democratic rivals in a whirling display that immediately overshadowed any substantive talks the leaders held.
In a bizarre press conference, Putin denied having compromising information on Trump – even as he touted his own spy skills. And Trump denied the infamous dirty dossier by saying if the dirt were real it would have come out already.
‘And now to the compromising material …’ Putin, a former KGB colonel responded when asked if the Russians hold compromising leverage over Trump.
‘I do know how dossiers are made up,’ Putin joked, referring to his past as he introduced the subject of Russian intelligence files.
But Trump was having none of it – at a press conference where he demanded someone find Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails, pointed to a server associated with a House Democratic staffer, and accepted a soccer ball from Putin after congratulating the Russian team’s performance at the World Cup.
‘And I have to say if they had it, it would have been out long ago,’ Trump interjected, referencing unverified claims in the Steele dossier about his conduct in a Moscow hotel room during the Miss Universe Pageant before he was president.
During his answer on election interference, Putin appeared to question whether Truth can even be established on such a matter. ‘Who is to be believed and who is not to be believed? You can trust no one.’
Trump declared the U.S.-Russia relationship on the mend – coming off a NATO trip where he attacked traditional allies Germany and the European Union.
‘Our relationship has never been worse than it is now. However that changed as of about four hours ago,’ the president told a packed room of reporters in Helsinki at his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The men met one-on-one, with no notetaker or staff, before a larger meeting with staff.
Trump raised the hot issue of Russian interference in the presidential election, both presidents confirmed, as Trump had telegraphed in advance.
Putin, addressing reporters first, referred to it as ‘so-called interference.’
‘I had to reiterate things I said several times,’ Putin said, summarizing the conversation that jumped high up on the agenda after the Justice Department indicted 12 Russian spies for hacking Democrats in a conspiracy that according to the feds was carried out to dump unflattering material on the Internet and help Trump.
‘The Russian state has never interfered and is not going to interfere into internal am affairs including election process,’ Putin said, denying it.
The press conference itself was entertaining, informative, and definitely acted as a morale boost, but it’s greatest contribution to the world was the levels of triggering among those across the Left and Cuckold Right.
Whether we’re talking about John McCain unhooking his chemo tubes to condemn Trump, or whether we’re talking about the smarmy Irish spook John Brennan throwing around the word “treason,” it’s all the same in terms of hilarity.
But when we’re talking about over the top, it’s always important to look at the Jews – no matter if they’re living in New York City, Southern California, or randomly in Tennessee…
Where are our military folks ? The Commander in Chief is in the hands of our enemy! https://t.co/3eF7OLKEdN
— Steve Cohen (@RepCohen) July 16, 2018
Note that this is being read correctly: we now have members of the Tribe sitting in Congress calling for what can be interpreted as a Bolshevik military coup against the President – on the 100th anniversary (to the day) of the Jew-instigated murder of the Russian Czar and his family.
Just think: it won’t be long until many of this Summit’s critics are firmly back in supreme power, and it shouldn’t take much of an imagination to deduce the level of hatred that will then be unleashed – the issue of when the transition will happen means little, but figure the mid 2020’s at the absolute latest.
And when we arrive at our destination, it’ll be up to the everyone on an individual and group level to be ready for whatever may be unleashed.