I went down the rabbit hole today trying to figure out what Trump's deal with Ukrain is. Turns out, drumroll... he's bat **** crazy. I couldn't find anything so I turned to Glenn Beck's "Hydra". Surely there's a good story there, right? Na, couldn't figure out what the hell he was trying to say. Does that guy ever make a point in his Large and Spacious Building bull ****? So he goes on about Hillary Clinton's senior advisor Alec Ross, and throws out some scary words. So I googled them: "Dictatorships are now more vulnerable than they have ever been before, in part – but not entirely – because of the devolution of power from the nation state to the individual," he said. "One thesis statement I want to emphasise is how networks disrupt the exercise of power. They devolve power from the nation state – from governments and large institutions – to individuals and small institutions. The overarching pattern is the redistribution of power from governments and large institutions to people and small institutions." https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/media/2011/jun/22/hillary-clinton-adviser-alec-ross OMG! That's not what we want Babe? Hillary bad, Hillary scary. "Leaderless revolutions, virtual organizations"! Apparently, Civil Society 2.0 has been training the most patient group of every day soldiers you've ever seen, waiting around, sipping their coffee for years for boogie man George Soros to come along and spark the riot, sound the call to arms! "Ukranian and allied leaders should agree on the following principles:1. In the absence of adequate support from its allies, the new Ukraine is no match for Putin’s Russia. 2. It is in the collective self-interest of Ukraine’s allies to enable the new Ukrainenot only to survive but to prosper; and as long as they can agree on a way ofproviding adequate support without getting involved in a direct militaryconflict, they should be able to prevail against Putin’s Russia.3. While it would be more desirable to have Russia as a partner than an enemy,that is impossible as long as Putin persists in his current policies.4. It will be much more costly, particularly for Europe, to defend itself againstthe threat that a victorious Putin regime will pose when the new Ukrainecollapses, than to provide adequate support to the new Ukraine" Holy hell! And did you know Obama and them were in on it too? Instead of supporting the pro-Russian faction in Ukraine they supported the Ukranians. Can you believe that?! That's what Trump was after guys, that's what Trump was asking to be investigated. This is the Deep State Trump has shook to the core. That's why they won't testify, because if they did then you'd all know the truth: that Obama and deep state fought Russian takeover of Ukraine. Itll all be out in the open. Seriously, what the hell is with Trump's contempt for Ukraine? Makes no sense and lends truth to the media's bellyaching about him coddling/preferring dictators.