“With overwhelming Senate passage of the Russia sanctions amendment, the U.S. sends a strong signal to President Putin while ensuring the Trump administration has the flexibility it needs,” Sen. Bob Corker said in a statement. He detailed why the “strong signal” is needed.
“The Russian government continues to violate the sovereignty of Ukraine, aggravate the crisis in Syria, and destabilize democracies around the world,” Corker said. “This amendment makes clear that we will not continue to tolerate such actions.”
Vlad the Bad is working two tracks — the militaristic track in Ukraine and Syria and a charm offensive in gullible nations with gullible executives — to destabilize democracies and ultimately destroy NATO so he can restore devastating dominion over former Soviet satellites in the Baltics and perhaps beyond. President Bizarro — aka Donald Trump — helps Putin by failing to firmly declare the NATO pact sacrosanct.
The Russia sanctions were tagged onto the Countering Iran’s Destabilizing Activities Act of 2017.–Knoxville News Sentinel, June 15, 2017
Dear readers the above is a breach of the U.S. Constitution. It violates the separation of powers between the three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. This new bill which passed the Senate 98-2 would empower the legislative branch to make foreign policy in violation of the Constitution which reserves that power to the executive branch of government. The legislative branch ratifies treaties, it does not make foreign policy. This would effectively remove presidential powers, and amounts to an establishment coup against the president. As I said, it is the U.S. Constitution and people vs. the globalists. These are the same type of sanctions that eventually provoked Japan to go to war in 1941, and that is precisely what these provocations are meant to elicit from present day Russia. To provoke a war. And quite to the contrary, it is not Russia who is violating Syrian sovereignty, but the United States. The U.S. has obtained no U.N. Security Council resolution to be in Syria, while Russia has been expressly invited into that country by the Assad government. Clearly, what is at stake here is that President Trump wishes to end America’s role as policeman to the world, and instead use a portion of military expenditures to rebuild the United States infrastructure and economy. The globalist establishment does not want this to occur.