One could very easily come to the conclusion that the democrats had lost their spine, or perhaps their testicular fortitude, under the tutelage of Barack Obama and his wacky concept of foreign policy.
Obama was the first President of the New American Epoch, in many ways. His slick and slow, forced drawl would keep the democrats entranced, much in the same way a Far East snake charmer would softly soothe the serpent in front of him. Then, behind closed doors, but without breaking eye contact, you would suddenly find your wallet a little lighter and your stress levels generally going toward the stratosphere and nations such as North Korea and Iran simply did as they pleased out in the wild blue yonder of planet earth.
So, when this new breed of democrat tries to tell me that Barack Obama was some sort of foreign policy guru, I simply shake my head. Certainly, much of the modern democratic congress has drank the Kool Aid, as they themselves seem to default back to a defensive, observational, and unassuming perch. It’s a perch of gullibility.
Now, these same disciples of the democratic deity #44 are attempting to tell President Trump to cancel his planned, face to face summit with Vladimir Putin on account of Rod Rosenstein’s announcement today that the U.S. would be indicting 12 Russian military assets.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Friday called on President Donald Trump to back out of his upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin after indictments were handed down charging 12 Russian intelligence officials with hacking various computers, including those at the Hillary Clinton campaign and DNC, to meddle in the 2016 election.
“These indictments are further proof of what everyone but the president seems to understand: President Putin is an adversary who interfered in our elections to help President Trump win,” Schumer said in his statement.
“President Trump should cancel his meeting with Vladimir Putin until Russia takes demonstrable and transparent steps to prove that they won’t interfere in future elections,” Schumer added. “Glad-handing with Vladimir Putin on the heels of these indictments would be an insult to our democracy.”