Globalists Fulminate Over Trump Smack to G7, New World Order

“Trump just blew up the G-7. Now what?” That’s the title of a June 11 piece by former advisor to President Bill Clinton (and former State Department security risk) Strobe Talbott for Politico. Joining a bevy of fellow bloviators from the establishment press that began attacking President Trump even before he left for the G7 summit in Canada, Talbott accused Trump of being “the democratic world’s worst nightmare” and trumpeted the Trump-Russia collusion charge. Yes, the same Trump-Russia collusion charge (sans an iota of evidence, as usual) that Talbott, the Democrats, and Talbott’s media brethren have been flogging for going on two years. This is especially rich coming from Talbott, who, it may be recalled, has a long and infamous Talbott-Brezhnev-Gorbachev-Soviet Union collusion history dating back to his Soviet sojourn in the 1960s-70s, and his tutelage under the notorious KGB “journalist” Victor Louis. Yet, such is the upside-down geopolitical world of today that extreme leftists (and even open pro-communists and communists) who notoriously “colluded” with the Soviet Union, Communist China, Communist Cuba, and every other communist regime for the past several decades, are treated as credible critics of Russia today, particularly when they are attacking President Trump for collusion, absent any evidence.

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