This Is What REAL Collusion Looks Like

[VIDEO] According to Wikipedia: Claudia Rosett is an American writer and journalist. A former staff writer for The Wall Street Journal, she writes a foreign affairs column for Forbes, blogs for Pajamas Media, makes guest appearances on television and radio, and is attached to the Independent Women’s Forum and the London Centre for Policy Research. Here she is interviewed by the Daily Caller.

That qualifies Ms. Rosett as an expert in her field. Here she talks collusion with the Russians. It is not what you were probably expecting. This is not another hit piece on President Donald Trump. So who did the colluding and when did it happen? It is a good interview and worth your time watching.

As Written By Ginni Thomas for the Daily Caller:

Rosett sat down with The Daily Caller News Foundation and said the message from the 2016 election had nothing to do with Russia, but everything to do with shrinking paychecks, vanishing jobs and over-regulation.

The Democrats’ rhetoric about Trump’s supposed Russian collusion does not match the degree of enthusiasm and flexibility that former President Barack Obama actually displayed to Russia for his entire two terms, Rosett says in this video interview.

She cites: when Obama was caught on a hot mic promising flexibility to Vladimir Putin, shelving missile defense for Europe in a phony “reset” with our dangerous adversary, inadequate pursuit of Edward Snowden who is still hiding in Russia, the imaginary “red line” with Syria that opened the door to Russia being emboldened in the Middle East, the Iran deal that advantaged Russia and their allies on the world scene and the weak response of the U.S. when Russia annexed Crimea, which belonged to Ukraine.

As for the unusual degree of unmasking of political adversaries caught in…..


Claudia Rosett Talks Russian Collusion | The Daily Caller

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