Kiev, Ukraine. Looking to get in on all that free Ukrainian campaign cash comes a new “player,” but one familiar to American political observers as a George Soros agent headed for the Presidency in 2020, the next Obama wannabe; Corry Booker.
Cory Anthony Booker is an American liberal democratic politician and the junior United States Senator from New Jersey, in office since 2013. Previously he served as mayor of Newark from 2006 to 2013. He has been groomed by George Soros operatives to be the Democratic party candidate for President in 2020.
Booker has a burr on for Russia, but in all honesty could not find it on a map. He says, Russia’s interference in Ukraine is just one sign of a broad attempt to destabilize democracies around the world, “When it comes to Russian aggression, let’s be clear: The Russians are seeking to not just attack Ukraine, or attack the US, they are trying to undermine democracy,” Booker says.
“Their attempt is to create divisions and divisiveness between individual leaders as well as within nations. And that’s unacceptable,” said Booker, who is on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. That is a good point, but does not Booker’s attacks on his own President Donald Trump, constiture divisiveness and divisions among America’s own population, the question was so tough, Booker’s office declined a News Front request for an answer.
According to Booker his view is that Russia seized control of Crimea in March 2014 after sending in troops without insignia, engineering a takeover of the regional legislature, and staging a referendum that was swiftly dismissed as illegitimate by Ukraine, the United States, and a total of 100 countries at the UN General Assembly.
You have to love how only the West can certify an election and of couse disenfranchise millions of Crimean voters. But-lets ask what the people of Crimea told an American source themselves; According to the Gallup poll survey performed in April of 2014, 82.8% of Crimean people consider the referendum results reflecting most Crimeans’ views and 73.9% of Crimeans say Crimea’s becoming part of Russia will make life better for themselves and their families and just 5.5% disagree.
Booker who is in Kiev to pick up corruption money, continues advocating increased sanctions against Russia, saying that he believes, “Putin is somebody who is not going to negotiate with you if he thinks you’re weak. Right now we need to show our strength….We need to show our strength through unity with our allies,” Booker says.