Intelligence expert Malcolm Nance did not mince words as he dissected the problem with Donald Trump's love affair with Russia and Putin. His harsh words are justified as Trump is a clear and present danger.
Treason, yes this intelligence expert went there
Intelligence expert Malcolm Nance was not kind to Trump as he explained that 10 years ago there would be treason trials given Trump's Russian proclivities.
The video clip starts with Joy-ann Reid asking Malcolm Nance about Trump turning Voice of America, a 'United States' government-funded multimedia news source and the official external broadcasting institution of the United States that provides programming for broadcast on radio, television, and the Internet outside of the U.S.
“Well, it would be exceptionally dangerous," Nance said. "But I don't think Donald Trump would even bother with Voice of America. I’m not even sure he has heard of Voice of America."
After panelists had begun laughing, Nance pointed out that it was not a laughing matter.
"That’s not a joke,” Nance said. “Let’s not laugh at it, it’s actually scary. But for the most part, if he finds out that he can have his own version of Russia Today, his own version of Sputnik, these are two propaganda arms that took over from Pravda, from the Soviet Union. It could be exceptionally damaging.”
Nance then changed the subject to one that was more in line with everyone's concern about the love affair between Trump and Russia.
“But I want to come to a point that was made a little bit earlier,” Nance said. “When did all of this happen to Donald Trump, right? He met Gorbachev. He was a big supporter of glasnost. At some point, he was co-opted by Vladimir Putin. And that means that he bought into and embraced a dictatorial ideology that was done by a spymaster of the KGB. Ten years ago, 20 years ago, there would be treason trials at this point. But I'd like to bring one point up. Why? Because long ago there was a guy named Yuri Bezmenov, a KGB officer, and he wrote, 'This is who the KGB targeted and recruited, egocentric people who lack moral principles, who are too greedy or suffer from exaggerated self-importance. These are the people KGB wants and finds easiest to recruit.' Vladimir Putin went to the Yuri Andropov school of intelligence. He learned how to manipulate people. And at some point, we need to find out when did Donald Trump’s ideology shift from western capitalism to Russian authoritarianism."
The mainstream media is trying to normalize Donald Trump. There is nothing normal about him. Malcolm Nance hit the nail on the head. And there is likely a lot more to come.