Real truth about Russian collusion?

For two years, the Democrats have been yelling “collusion” to the top of their lungs, but nothing has been found to incriminate Trump or his election team. Why? There is none, but that’s not the case with our friends across the aisle. When Democrats point fingers, they seem to forget there’s three pointing back at them.

In a May 23 column, Walter E. Williams made the connection between the Democrats, Vladimir Putin and the Russians. It’s been taking place for sometime, but until now, no one was willing to make the connection. Williams is a brilliant black, conservative journalist who is as on top of things as anyone I know in journalism. Of course, the left hates Williams for being black and Conservative.

Williams’ connection shows a political connection between the left and Russia, but not in the usual manner. As Williams pointed out, “Russia had been the world’s largest oil producer. Within recent times, the U.S. has edged Russia out of the No. 1 spot. Much of the increased U.S. production is attributable to hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in the shale formations in Texas and North Dakota.

“Now the U.S. is a net exporter of oil. Exports of oil have exceeded oil imports since 2011. This hasn’t sat well with Russia, which has taken measures to hinder our oil productivity. …

“A 2014 U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee report identified that the San Francisco-based Sea Change Foundation receives funding from a Bermuda-based shell company known as Klein Ltd. (which) was created by attorneys from Wakefield Quin, a law firm that has close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Klein Ltd. operates as a ‘pass-through’ organization for foreign funds going into the U.S.

“… Tax forms show that the Sea Change Foundation distributed more than $20 million in grants in 2010-11 to environmental organizations… A U.S. House Science, Space and Technology Committee report titled ‘Russian Attempts to Influence U.S. Domestic Energy Markets by Exploiting Social Media,’ details that the environmental groups used the Russian money to protest the process of fracking and fight the building of the Keystone XL pipeline. If environmentalists can thwart U.S. oil production, Russia, which is a major energy supplier to Europe, stands to gain greater economic and political power.”

Williams’ article reveals two important things — the underhandedness of the Democrats, and their Russian collusion.

It also explains the willingness of environmental groups to take foreign money to harm America’s economic position by locking down important natural resources in order to keep the money flowing from overseas interest. It’s this kind of environmental quackery that’s keeping the U.S. from becoming oil independent. If anyone’s guilty of colluding with the Russians, it’s the Democrats and their environmental puppets.

Randy Brooks