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Back in the bad old days of the Russian Government, 1917-1991, known as Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), collaborators and spies that worked for the U.S.S.R. received awards for their efforts.

The secret police, the NKVD and it’s successor the KGB spent millions of Rubles to infiltrate and undermine democratic governments around the world in their effort to spread international socialism.

Their biggest target was the United States where they pushed socialism in the universities and colleges, with the assistance of the socialist in the school boards and teacher’s unions.

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Textbooks and curriculums have been watered down to the point that people of the last two generations can’t tell the difference between Communism, Socialism, Totalitarianism and Democracy.

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It has taken more than a hundred years for the socialist to worm their way into the Democratic Party and take it over.

Many of these so-called Democrats who make up the Establishment Deep State are trying to wreak the Administration of Republican President, Donald Trump.

It’s all about total power and replacing our government with a single party police state.

So, it’s only fitting that the Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller and Dept. of Justice Asst. Director Rod Rosenstein should received medals in the manner of the old Soviet Union and have the title of Comrade, Hero of the KGB and Soviet Union.

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U.S. ARMY Veteran, former Aerospace Engineer and Editorial Cartoonist, he has lived and worked in Europe and in the Middle East. He has been a member of the American Association of Editorial Cartoonist for over 10 years. ( AAEC website - under retired members )


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