(WE ARE CHANGE) Aaron Nelson — There are millions of Americans that believe Donald Trump is a plant for Hillary Clinton to guarantee her position as the next President of the United States. No, I’m not convinced Trump is in cahoots with Vladimir Putin (or Hillary Clinton), but I’m beginning to become a little suspicious.
These are just a couple interesting observations to think about.
Wait. What? Trump works for the Russians? You must be kidding.
Maybe a little bit, but mostly not.
My first observation is the continued speculation swirling in the media anticipating a retired U.S. General and former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency as Donald Trump’s VP selection. You know, President Barack Obama’s former top military intelligence official?
“The source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Flynn has emerged as a possibility, confirming reports in the New York Post and The Washington Post.” – Reuters, 7/9/16
His full name? Michael Flynn. I’m sure you remember him going on CNN to tell us Obama ignored ISIS intelligence reports. RT ran the following headline: US ex-intelligence chief on ISIS rise: It was ‘a willful Washington decision’.
“Flynn, a registered Democrat but fierce critic of President Obama, previously ran the Defense Intelligence Agency.” – Washington Times, 7/9/16
Al Jazeera reports Lieutenant General Michael Flynn is “the highest ranking intelligence official to go on record,” saying the US and other states, notably Turkey and the Gulf Arab states, sponsored Al-Qaeda-led rebels in Syria with political support and weapons.
Not many people know this, but, Mr. Flynn was spotted at RT’s 10 year anniversary in Moscow during a speech by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
From what I can tell, RT Ruptly no longer has a video up of the angle above.
Here’s an angle from the other side of the room from the same press conference moments after Flynn stands up from the table following Putin’s speech.
Go ahead, watch the video for yourself:
My second observation can be quickly summarized by two CNN headlines from earlier this year:
- Donald Trump: I’d ‘get along very well with’ Vladimir Putin
- Putin praises ‘bright and talented’ Trump
What do you think? Should we expand on this theory and continue investigating? Let us know in the comments.