To Russia – With Fox Love!

Tucker and The———-r are bringing gifts to the enemies of the United States – and the Free World! What would James Bond say – if he were real? Like Traitor-Trump, he would conclude the elections were fair, and not like Trump, say so for the sake of FREEDOM!

Leaders of sane and non-divided nations have to be contacting President Biden and expressing there real concern, that the ex-president is destabilizing all democracies. Yesterday was Veteran’s Day. Many Americans died defending our, and other Democracies, that Trump declares do not work. With these treacherous remarks about a Vice President, who was put in office by millions of voters, President Biden should send the FBI to arrest Trump – and all his Insurrectionist supporters who were NOT employing….


Would The Traitors have taken Pence to The Ministry of Love and tortured him until he admits he believes the elections were rigged?

John Presco

Karl said: “They were saying ‘hang Mike Pence’.”

“Because it’s common sense, Jon,” Trump said, repeating baseless claims about election fraud. “It’s common sense that you’re supposed to protect. How can you – if you know a vote is fraudulent, right? – how can you pass on a fraudulent vote to Congress? How can you do that?”

The 2020 election was not subject to widespread electoral fraud, an opinion which was relayed to Trump by his own attorney general William Barr.

Trump defended rioters who threatened to ‘hang Mike Pence’, audio reveals (

Tucker Carlson Asks Why U.S. Should Side with Ukraine and Not Russia (

U.S. and EU warn Russia over “worrying” military activity (

Brussels – The European Union said Friday that it was alarmed by Russian military activities close to Ukraine’s border. The bloc voiced its concern after Washington demanded an explanation from Moscow about the troop movements, and amid mounting tension between the U.S. and Europe in the west, and Russia and its small ally Belarus in the east.

The Ministry of Peace concerns itself with war, the Ministry of Truth with lies, the Ministry of Love with torture and the Ministry of Plenty with starvation. These contradictions are not accidental, nor do they result from ordinary hypocrisy: they are deliberate exercises in doublethink.

Carlson was interviewing Republican Representative Mike Turner, who has urged President Joe Biden‘s administration to “take swift action” with regard to the Russian forces in a letter with other GOP members of Congress.

He pressed Turner on why he was urging the administration to do more for Ukraine and eventually asked why the U.S. should be supporting the country instead of backing Russia.

Turner, who represents Ohio’s 10th district, began by thanking Carlson for highlighting the issue but the Fox News host proceeded to grill the Republican about his position.

“A lot of military families watch this show,” Carlson said. “You’ve called for sending American troops to Ukraine—to the region, as you put it—I wonder if you could explain to them why it is in America’s interest that their kids risk their lives in Ukraine.”

A visibly frustrated Turner discussed the history of the region and the 1994 Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances, in which Russia had promised to respect the territorial integrity of Ukraine, among other former Soviet territories, and mentioned the Russian invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea.PauseCurrent Time 0:52/Duration 0:59Loaded: 100.00%Unmute0LQCaptionFull screenBlinken Refers To Taiwan As Country Again When Pressed On ‘Chinese Aggression’Click to expand

“We already have troops in Ukraine,” Turner said. “The issue of our letter is to raise the importance so that people understand that we’re about to see debacle number two of the Biden administration.”

Turner mentioned the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and suggested a similar situation could arise in Ukraine if the Biden administration didn’t act, but Carlson pushed back against the comparison.

“So the lesson of 20 years in Afghanistan and the tragic and cowardly and counterproductive exit from Afghanistan is that we need more troops in Ukraine?” Carlson said.

“So why should the average American care about the territorial integrity of Ukraine, sincerely?” he asked.

Turner explained the strategic importance of Ukraine and the need to defend the country’s territorial integrity, but Carlson suggested the territorial integrity of the U.S. had been compromised by the situation at the southern border and asked Turner if he had called for troops to be sent there.

The congressman said that everyone “that is on our side” had called for troops at the border but Carlson expressed skepticism. Turner tried to return to the topic of Ukraine and discussed the need provide Ukraine with lethal weapons.

“Hold on, why would we take Ukraine’s side and not Russia’s side? It’s a sincere question, if you’re looking at America’s perspective,” Carlson said.

“Who’s got the energy reserves? Who was the major player in world affairs? Who’s the potential counterbalance against China, which is the actual threat? Why would we take Ukraine’s side, why aren’t we on Russia’s side? I’m totally confused!” he said.

Turner suggested that Carlson should look at a map of the region and then said: “Ukraine is a democracy. Russia is an authoritarian regime that is seeking to impose its will upon a validly elected democracy in Ukraine. And we’re on the side of democracy.”

He said that Russia had tanks on the border and not ballot boxes and Carlson responded: “I guess I’m for democracy in other countries, I guess.”

“Sure you are,” Turner said.

“But I’m really for America and I think that our interest is in counterbalancing the actual threat, which is China,” Carlson went on.

“And the only other country with any throw weight that might help us do that is Russia, and our continuation of the Cold War has pushed Russia towards China, and that does not serve our interests in any way, does it? Or maybe it does.”

The two men continued to clash as Carlson expressed skepticism about the need to assist Ukraine and Turner defending his position.

Related: ‘A roadmap for a coup’: inside Trump’s plot to steal the presidency

Trump said it was “common sense” when asked about the chants.

Trump was speaking to the ABC chief Washington correspondent, Jonathan Karl, for his book Betrayal: The Final Act of the Trump Show, which will be published on Tuesday. The recording was released by Axios.

Karl asked Trump if he was worried about Pence during the attack on the Capitol, by rioters who aimed to stop the certification of electoral college results and thereby overturn Trump’s defeat by Joe Biden.

“No,” Trump said. “I thought he was well-protected, and I had heard that he was in good shape. No. Because I had heard he was in very good shape. But, but, no, I think –”

Karl interjected: “Because you heard those chants – that was terrible. I mean – ”

Trump said: “He could have – well, the people were very angry.”

Karl said: “They were saying ‘hang Mike Pence’.”

“Because it’s common sense, Jon,” Trump said, repeating baseless claims about election fraud. “It’s common sense that you’re supposed to protect. How can you – if you know a vote is fraudulent, right? – how can you pass on a fraudulent vote to Congress? How can you do that?”

The 2020 election was not subject to widespread electoral fraud, an opinion which was relayed to Trump by his own attorney general William Barr.

“Top constitutional scholars” do not agree the 2020 election was subject to electoral fraud.

One scholar, John Eastman, provided Pence with a memo outlining how he said the vice-president might reject slates of electors from key states and thus throw the election back to the House of Representatives, where a Republican majority in state delegations would hand victory to Trump.

Pence considered the memo and then, on the advice of others including the former vice-president Dan Quayle, rejected it.

Five people died in or following the attack on the Capitol. Pence and his family were hidden in an underground loading bay during the insurrection, and then duly presided over certification of Biden’s win.

In a Republican party dominated by Trump, however, anyone with ambitions of running for president in 2024 has a stark choice to make. Amid trips to early voting states, Pence has sought to downplay the Capitol attack.

Unlike Trump, Pence is not in legal jeopardy over attempts to overturn the election. But Eastman is, as one of many subjects of subpoenas from the House select committee investigating 6 January.

Trump and other aides are contesting such summons on grounds of presidential privilege, which Biden has largely declined to invoke. This week, a judge denied Trump’s claim, writing: “Presidents are not kings, and plaintiff is not president.” Another judge issued a temporary stay.

Related: ‘It’s an exhausting story’: Jonathan Karl on his up-close view of Trump

In Betrayal, his second Trump book, Karl also reports that the Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, decided Trump should not attend Biden’s inauguration on 20 January.

It was a grave step, given it would make Trump the first president to miss the inauguration of his successor since Andrew Johnson, the first president to be impeached skipped ceremonies for Ulysses S Grant in 1869. Trump is the only US president to have been impeached twice.

The House minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, reportedly opposed the idea and told Trump what was afoot. Trump, Karl reports, quickly said he would not attend. On 20 January, Pence took his place on the inauguration stand.

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