“Today, Mr. [William] Sessions (father of TX GOP congressman Pete) is a lawyer for one of the FBI's "Most Wanted": Semyon Mogilevich, a Ukraine-born Russian whom the FBI says is one of Russia's most powerful organized-crime figures.”
Hiring the best lawyers to help Kremlin proxies launder funds and assist with foreign policy undertakings.
See? It’s not just hyperbole, when I accuse them of literally selling public policy to hostile foreign adversaries and global organized crime.
“They thus often have greater resources than the regulators tasked with maintaining the integrity of national financial systems.” 🤔
Now you understand the real goal of the “smaller government” agenda: Less enforcement capability to combat global organized crime.


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Ok @clearing_fog @sisu_sanity @Ex67T20 @csFraudAnalysis @BullMeechum3 we’ve all talked often about:
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Neo-Nazi Rinaldo Nazzaro running US militant group The Base from Russia

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“Russia launched a proxy war in Ukraine's eastern Donbas region. That war, which is ongoing, along with the Crimean land grab were the opening salvos in Russia's hybrid conflict against Western democracies”
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@words_matter18 @lanacurl @HunterJCullen 💯
Wedge issue inserted into our political dialogue engineered to divide, distract, & damage. All part of Russia’s long game hybrid warfare campaign. Combined with gun control & the mythological “war on Christmas”. Much like the language/culture issues that they use in Ukraine.
@words_matter18 @lanacurl @HunterJCullen And how they use the engineered immigration crisis to divide, disenfranchise, alienate, and agitate the citizenry of Europe.
@words_matter18 @lanacurl @HunterJCullen Have you also noticed that a certain US political movement consistently employs these talking points (abortion, guns, religion, immigration) to divide and anger US society? And that this same party consistently pushes policy that exacerbates economic inequality?
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They have literally been selling public policy to hostile foreign adversaries and global organized crime.
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