Dem Strategist: We Should 'Be Debating' Whether To Bomb Russia Over MeddlingChris Menahan
Jul. 14, 2017
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Democratic strategist and former President Bill Clinton adviser Paul Begala said Wednesday on CNN the US "should be debating" whether or not to bomb Russia in response to their alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
"We were and are under attack by a hostile foreign power, and they seem to be abetting that hostile foreign power," Begala said.
"We should be debating how many sanctions we should place on Russia, or whether we should blow up the KGB or GSU, GRU [Russia's foreign military intelligence agency.]," He said. "We should be retaliating massively."
"By the way, if I were a Trump supporter, I would want to retaliate massively because it has tainted his victory," Begala insisted.
As the Washington Free Beacon noted, Begala mocked Mitt Romney in 2012 for saying Russia was our "#1 geostrategic threat," only to change his mind after the election when Hillary Clinton blamed Russia for her loss.
Now, he's fine cavalierly advocating for the US to bomb the world's number two superpower so the Democrats can save face.
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