With zealous application of every form of insinuation and innuendo, hoping to construe sinister purpose in the Trump Administration's handling of reports of Russian bounties on U.S. troops--reports originating as has been noted, with the usual claims of "anonymous sources."
Geraldo Rivera @GeraldoRivera
Here’s #RussianBounty story in a nutshell:
1-US raid randomly discovers wad of cash in Afghan hut (How much? In a safe? Under a bed? In Capone’s vault?)
2-Clever intell op exclaims, “Say I think this cash came from Moscow!”
3-During daily briefing @realDonaldTrump is told or not.
Meet the Muppets:
Don't let anyone tell you there is no such thing as zombies!
"Iran is paying Taliban fighters $1,000 for each U.S. soldier they kill in Afghanistan, according to a report in a British newspaper.
"The Sunday Times described how a man it said was a "Taliban treasurer" had gone to collect $18,000 from an Iranian firm in Kabul, a reward it said was for an attack in July which killed several Afghan government troops and destroyed an American armored vehicle."
Originally published Tuesday, 30 June 2020