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In 2010, pro-Russia candidate Viktor Yanukovych was elected as president of the Ukraine. Washington’s deep state—which loves to fight other people’s wars—mobilized to remove him.
Not as much as China was paying the Bidens for influence peddling, but still not bad.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump began to question NATO’s continued relevance and to criticize America’s foreign policy in Ukraine.
In a piece headlined “Ukrainian Efforts to Sabotage Trump Backfire,” Politico reported on January 11, 2017 ...
As Politico reported, “The Ukrainian efforts had an impact in the race, helping to force Manafort’s resignation and advancing the narrative that Trump’s campaign was deeply connected to Ukraine’s foe to the east, Russia.”
The special counsel, though, determined that Trump and Russia did not collude.
By then, the citizens of Ukraine were so fed up that they elected a comedian to the presidency.
Then President Trump called the new Ukrainian president.
I have explained CrowdStrike’s connection previously:
Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense was forced to eat crow and admit that the hacking never happened.
There was a leak disguised as a whistleblower complaint, followed by breathless coverage in the NYT, that would portray the president’s attempt to investigate as an impeachable offense.