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15 Feb, 2022 00:11

He lied about Hillary spying on Trump — now he's pushing 'Russian invasion'

President Biden’s national security advisor Jake Sullivan is making the rounds on media prophesying a looming “Russian invasion” of Ukraine, predicted to unfold as soon as this week. His claims lack evidence, and are given context by his role in a conspiracy by the Clinton campaign to “infiltrate” Trump tower and the Trump White House to establish “inference” and “narrative” to feed government agencies investigating alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. The allegations appear in a bombshell legal filing from the ongoing investigation of Department of Justice special prosecutor John Durham. Investigative journalist Ben Swann reports. Then Ed Martin of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles shares his insights. He said people at the helm of the Biden administration’s foreign policy “have a vision of regime change everywhere they look” and characterizes their worldview as “insanity masquerading as national security expertise.”

RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports on the arrest of at least two dozen protesters as Canadian police cleared the "Freedom Convoy" protesters unlawfully blockading the Ambassador Bridge, which had significantly disrupted trade between Canada and the US and put attention on popular demand to repeal pandemic regulations in place across North America. Meanwhile, protesters remain near Parliament Hill in Ottawa despite striking a deal with local authorities to mitigate the degree of disruption confronting nearby residents.

Plus, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte looks into whether a “war on cops” is unfolding across the US, with 13 officers shot at in the past 24 hours alone. And Steve Malzberg of “Eat the Press” weighs in on the White House Correspondents Association’s upcoming annual dinner, back after two years’ hiatus. Will they continue to take it easy on President Biden?