List of world’s gangsters and Freemasons, one in the same, stand against Biden victory led by Vladimir Putin as head of the ‘Dictator’s Club’
We are ashamed
VT: The endless stream of Trump insiders heading to Ukraine and Russia have been doing so since 2015 as part of broad treason against the United States. VT perhaps has gone too far to defend Putin and Lavrov based on their defense of Syria and the quality of their rhetoric.
Turkey’s Erdogan and MBS are signed on as well, and both have gotten sweetheart deals of advanced weapons and trade deals for joining the Bolshevik club behind Trump. We disputed evidence from the FBI and other groups, given to us in private. We were wrong.
LONDON — As Joe Biden was declared president-elect Saturday, congratulatory messages poured in from leaders around across the world. But several have remained notably silent, including some of President Donald Trump’s long-term allies.
Russian President Putin was quick to congratulate President Trump on his 2016 victory. He's remained silent days after Joe Biden's projected win. https://t.co/gaABVhkwd9
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 9, 2020
Brazil’s President, Jair Bolsonaro, who is often referred to as “the Trump of the Tropics,” has stayed mum about Biden’s victory.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has yet to congratulate Joe Biden following his victory in the U.S. presidential election and the Russian government will not do so until “official results” are announced https://t.co/Kqw01j4Xvg pic.twitter.com/Y1oLfdQqcK
— Forbes (@Forbes) November 9, 2020
Ahead of the election, Bolsonaro, a far-right populist, threw his support behind Trump and called Biden’s comments that Brazil should suffer “significant economic consequences” if devastation of the Amazon rainforest continues “disastrous.”
A full 24 hours after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the U.S. election, the despots and dictators of the world were still curiously quiet. https://t.co/VZfbEFnIxs
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) November 8, 2020
Before the election, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow would work with any U.S. leader, but there has been no official comment from the Kremlin about Biden’s win.
President Trump's election falsehoods 'put a smile' on the faces of dictators, observers warn. https://t.co/HU6RP175fO
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 7, 2020
DICTATORS RHETORIC IS REJECTED
In contesting the election results, the US president is aping some of the world leaders he most admireshttps://t.co/s3lLlc8Dn1
— Bombshell DAILY 💣 (@BombshellDAILY) November 8, 2020
Biden has been much tougher in his stance on Russia, calling it the biggest threat to U.S. national security last month — an assessment the Kremlin said encouraged hatred of Russia.
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was recently poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent, was the first high-profile Russian political figure to publicly chime in on the U.S. election Sunday, congratulating Biden on his win.
Leonid Slutsky, the head of the international affairs committee in the Russian parliament, or Duma, told the state media agency Tass on Sunday that Biden was “unlikely to make positive adjustments to Washington’s policy towards Russia,” because he personally participated in the launch of the anti-Russian sanctions while he was vice president.
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Turkish strongman president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, an on-and-off ally of Trump’s, also had not yet commented publicly.
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