[ASI] Russian in Front Row of Trump Speech

April 28th, 2016 at 11:39 am EST
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

I was banned from the Trump speech yesterday. But now we learn that Russia's ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, sat in the front row. The Russian must have been formally invited. Where is the outrage? It is unprecedented for a presidential candidate to invite a foreign ambassador to watch his speech. I thought Trump wanted to put America first. Instead, he puts Russia first.


Sergey Kislyak (right) sat in the front row to watch Trump’s pro-Russian speech.

My new column Trump Jumps Into Bed With Putin explains how the speech is Trump’s version of Hillary’s failed reset with Russia.

Another glaring omission in the Trump speech was the failure to hold Russia responsible for protecting NSA traitor Edward Snowden. In this regard, leftist filmmaker Oliver Stone’s trailer for his film glorifying Snowden is out. The film itself comes out September 16.

My friends, treason is now so common that many don’t even recognize it anymore.

Consider getting our book on Snowden: Blood on His Hands: The True Story of Edward Snowden

To his credit, Senator Ted Cruz recognizes Snowden’s treason. “Today we know that Snowden violated federal law, that his actions materially aided terrorists and enemies of the United States, and that he subsequently fled to China and Russia,” Cruz says. “Under The Constitution, giving aid to our enemies is treason. By disclosing secret intelligence information to our enemies—helping terrorists evade our surveillance overseas—Snowden made it more likely that Americans will be killed. It is now clear that Snowden is a traitor, and he should be tried for treason.”

Our book explains how Snowden’s disclosures have aided Russia and ISIS.

 

For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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