Fake Left Says “Peace in Korea is a RUSSIAN PLOT… So We’ll STOP IT”

The fake left are beside themselves trying to imply that Russia and da ebil Putin are behind this moment of peace on the Korean peninsula. I shit you not. From Sanders to Maddow to Duckworth and beyond, the complicit left have sworn to do everything they can to STAND IN THE WAY OF PEACE IN KOREA.

You couldn’t pick a better policy to jump on board with if you were TRYING TO MAKE SURE REPUBLICANS KEEP THE HOUSE AND SENATE THIS YEAR. Just a little food for thought.

Jimmy Dore video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HH-vUgLGo20&t=655s

South Korean elections https://americaneveryman.com/2018/06/14/south-koreans-reject-pro-war-old-guard-as-moons-peace-party-wins-big-in-local-elections/

Caitlin Johnstone article http://www.mcscnetwork.com/2018/06/13/centrists-are-very-concerned-that-donald-fucking-trump-isnt-hawkish-enough/

Glen Ford on the Real Left https://americaneveryman.com/2018/06/14/glen-ford-the-democratic-party-verses-the-real-left-left-forum-2018/

Moon of Alabama article http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/06/the-real-results-of-the-trump-kim-summit-freeze-for-freeze-and-some-amusement.html

from ABC News https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/senators-move-block-trump-removing-us-troops-south/story?id=55866351 (text below)

Sal’s Hannity comparison https://twitter.com/SallyMayweather/status/1006948013300908034

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from ABC News https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/senators-move-block-trump-removing-us-troops-south/story?id=55866351

A pair of Senate Democrats introduced a bill Wednesday that would prevent President Donald Trump from unilaterally drawing down the American troop presence on the Korean peninsula – not necessarily because he’s said he will, but because they don’t want to rely on his word that he won’t.

Other measures that also tie the president’s hands, but don’t go as far, are already closer to being passed as part of an essential military policy bill.

The new legislation, from Sens. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., and Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., would prevent Trump from withdrawing troops from South Korea unless the secretary of defense says it’s in the interest of national security and that it would not undermine the security of allies in the region.

“U.S. troops are not bargaining chips to be offered up in an off-handed manner,” Duckworth said in a statement.

During his summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, Trump announced the U.S. would be ending large-scale annual military exercises conducted with South Korea but insisted that the status of the 28,500 American soldiers on the peninsula is not up for negotiation.

“They are going to stay. We didn’t even discuss that, that wasn’t discussed,” Trump said in an interview with Voice of America.

But he also said, during a press conference, that he still wants to draw down troops in Korea at some point – just not as part of negotiations over the North’s nuclear capability.

“At some point, I have to be honest. I used to say this during my campaign… I want to bring our soldiers back home. We have 32,000 soldiers in South Korea. I would like to be able to bring them back home. That’s not part of the equation. At some point, I hope it would be,” he said.

“I don’t think it’s smart policy for Congress to rely on the word of the president,” the Connecticut Democrat told ABC. “This time he gave away exercises for nothing, what’s to stop him from giving away troops for nothing?”

The two Democrats want their amendment added to the Senate’s version of the National Defense Authorization Act, which sets military policy for the next fiscal year. The House’s version already has a similar provision, which would limit funds that can be used to reduce troop levels in South Korea, and the Senate includes a “sense of the Senate” provision stipulating that “the significant removal of the United States military forces from the Korean Peninsula is a non-negotiable item” as it relates to North Korea’s denuclearization…


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