Harry Reid: Republicans may have Helped Russia Annex Crimea

PJ Tatler at PJ Media is always a good read.  Today, they knock it right out of the park as Harry Reid refocuses  for a moment from the Koch Brothers ruining his America and directs his sputter toward Republicans, claiming they may have helped the Russians annex Crimea.  Because Republicans have always been the friends of Russia… right?

The man who accused Mitt Romney of not paying his taxes — without any evidence at all — is now accusing other Republicans of doing bad things — without any evidence at all.

The Senate’s Democrat leader, ladies and gentlemen.

harry_reidSenate Majority Leader Harry Reid says Republicans may have helped Russia annex Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula.

The surprising accusation came ahead of a Monday test vote on a Russia sanctions and Ukraine aid bill that Republicans blocked before Congress left for recess two weeks ago.

Since, Crimea seceded and Russian lawmakers annexed the territory.

Reid said, quoting, “It’s impossible to know whether events would have unfolded differently if the United States had responded to Russian aggression with a strong, unified voice.”

The Nevada Democrat said blocking the bill “sent a dangerous message to Russian leaders.”

Problem for Reid: Democrats actually blocked the bill, which passed in the Republican-led House.

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