The Kremlin confirmed today that the Trump administration and Russia have indeed colluded...
...To save lives from a looming terrorist attack!
Data provided by the CIA enabled Russian security services to find and detain terrorists. As SputnikNews reports,
While expressing the Kremlin's gratitude to the CIA director and the agency's employees, Putin has ensured his counterpart that Russian special services would "certainly and immediately" share intelligence information with their US colleagues on the terrorist threat in the country "as it had always been done before."
The information shared by the CIA helped "track, find and detain a group of terrorists planning explosions in the Kazan Cathedral of Saint Petersburg, as well as other public places" in the home city of Putin.
The Putin-Trump talks have been their second conversation by the phone this week, with the presidents discussing the North Korean nuclear issue earlier this week. Commenting on the talks, Trump said that Washington could rely on the Moscow's support on the issue and considers it to be of major importance.
The Kremlin has repeatedly emphasized that Russia is willing to develop ties with the US on an equal basis and with mutual respect, with President Putin saying during his large-scale end-of-year press conference earlier this week that he hopes that Trump "will have opportunities to improve contacts" with Moscow in line with the US president's campaign pledges to "get along" with Russia.
Is this the kind of relationship 'we, the people' want with the 'murdering thug' Putin? Should America's premier spy agency really be 'saving Russian lives'? Is this treason? Or is this a clever plot to make it appear that the world's leading nuclear superpowers may not be quite as entirely hostile and armageddon-prone as Washington neocons (and the left) would like everyone to think?
These and many other questions will need to be answered!p.s. it seems a few readers missed the sarcasm in the above sentences.