Trump’s Secretary Of State Pick Rex Tillerson Already Being Painted As A Russian Agent

Published On 12/13/2016 | By infostormer | News, U.S. News

There’s already a media narrative painting Donald Trump’s Secretary of State pick Rex Tillerson as some type of Russian agent. The Washington Times did a whole piece discussing how the media has been spinning this. It is really quite absurd how they continue to promote these anti-Russian conspiracy theories.

Tillerson is the CEO and Chairman of Exxon Mobil and has vast amounts of international experience. He previously received the Russian Order of Friendship award from Vladimir Putin. This means he’s automatically some type of Russian intelligence plant according to these media hacks.

If the media is painting Tillerson this way, than he was a decent choice. If anything he is far better than the neocons Mitt Romney or John Bolton. Besides, we want somebody who is going to help establish good terms with Russia. It does none of us any good if the West has a poor relationship with them.

The White House has been pushing this same narrative. Here’s the talking Obama stooge Josh Earnest discussing the subject.

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  1. Those of us who lived through the end of the Cold War have already figured out that the Russians are always the kosher boogeymen of choice. It's laughable that after all these years they are dragging this one up again. Just because the vermin didn't get their way in Ukraine, Crimea and Syria. It's really laughable to see how simple and predictable they are. Pissed off about Trump, so now everyone is a Russian agent. Waa-hahaha

  2. The REAL story behind the story is Mr Trump looking for a decent man for the job all through Capitol Hill, FINDING NOT ONE- ZERO and going outside politics. Mitt Romney is a defeated loser having been shoahed by Trump giving a thumbs up.
    Couldn't happen to a nicer group of cucks.

  3. President Trump wants the US to improve its relations with Russia, a huge country with tens of millions of people and thousands of nuclear weapons. And there's something wrong with that? When Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan worked for "detente" with the Kremlin even their biggest critics applauded them for it.

    And as if wanting to antagonize Russia wasn't bad enough, the (((political elite))) also want to worsen relations with Iran, another very important and powerful country. Trump seems to be on board with the elite as far as that goes, but naturally it isn't enough. You can never please those monsters.

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