The democrats are hellbent on drumming up a narrative in which Donald Trump is some sort of double agent working with the Kremlin, but the relationship between the US and Russia tells an entirely different story.
For years the left has insisted that Russia has had a hand in the Trump administration. This overarching belief manifested itself in the form of the RussiaGate investigation by Robert Mueller that was unable to find sufficient evidence of a conspiratorial crime by President Trump or his team, however, leaving the progressive posse on Capitol Hill to ponder how best to attack the Commander in Chief in its wake.
Furthermore, the White House has removed the United States from a nuclear arms treaty with the Russian Federation – a move that does nothing in terms of friendliness regarding our Russian foes.
Now, NATO is weighing in on this maneuver, making an ominous statement regarding their response.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) said Friday it will respond “in a measured and responsible” way to Russia’s new missiles, but said the alliance will work to avoid a new arms race after the end of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said during a news conference that there would be “no rash moves” by the military alliance and “would not mirror what Russia does.”
“We don’t want a new arms race,” Stoltenberg added, but reiterated that Russia is solely to blame for the U.S. decision to leave the historic arms-control treaty signed three decades ago.
NATO has blamed Russia for the demise of the treaty, claiming that The Kremlin bears the sole responsibility for this destabilization.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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