People tell us that we need to learn to speak with Trump supporters in a language that’s clear to them.
Well, okay. Let’s put this message out in a language that Donald Trump’s biggest fans are sure to understand: Russian.
Look, for the record, we don’t know if all those rumors about Donald Trump are true. Yes, they come from an intelligence officer who was the head of the British MI6 intelligence unit on Russia, deemed by American intelligence agencies as a “credible source”.
But hey, what do all those super spies know?
So maybe Donald Trump wasn’t really working as an informant with Russian spies for 8 years.
Maybe Donald Trump didn’t really coordinate the attacks on the United States presidential election in 2016.
Maybe Donald Trump doesn’t really hire prostitutes to perform golden showers on him.
Maybe Donald Trump isn’t really involved in illegal bribery with the Chinese mob.
Maybe we should just believe what Donald Trump has to say about this, and it’s all just a big misunderstanding.
After all, when has Donald Trump ever lied to the American people?
(I mean, besides all those other times.)
Well, even if all these things aren’t true, here’s what we know for a fact:
Fact: Donald Trump in July 2016, in front of all the TV cameras, came out and asked the Russian government to attack the 2016 presidential election.
Fact: Vladimir Putin did launch an attack against the United States, sending Russian spies out with the purpose of making sure that Donald Trump won the election.
Fact: Donald Trump has taken American foreign policy in a dramatically pro-Russian turn, prepared to give Russia huge territories in Europe.
Fact: To this day, Trump continues to cite Vladimir Putin’s word that the Russians certainly had nothing to do with the 2016 attacks.
So, who are we to judge?
Well, we’re not idiots.
What’s that saying? Oh, yes: Don’t piss on me and tell me that it’s raining.
You want us to speak the language of Trump supporters?
Nyet, Trump. Nyet.