June 29, 2020

Why Would Russians Offer Bounty on U.S. Troops?

Timothy Birdnow

If this is true, why would Russia do this? I thought they wanted Trump reelected.

Russia offered Taliban-linked fighters bounties to attack British troops - as senior Tory MP seeks answers


Only two Americans have died in Afghanistan this year.

Wouldn't the Russians try to calm Afghanistan if Trump was their asset?

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 10:39 AM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 This was on NBC last night, including an "exclusive interview" with the Russian presidential press correspondent. He said (to NBC only, mind you, because it was an "exclusive interview" and he would not deign to speak to anyone else and nobody else in the free world know the weighty information which he was about to deliver, only on NBC), "I am probably going to offend some people, here, but this is complete bullshit."

Posted by: Bill H at June 30, 2020 07:59 AM (vMiSr)

2 Complete bullshit eh Bill?  Yeah; nobody else will followup on that.

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at June 30, 2020 11:56 AM (vgG6O)

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