6th Anniversary of Hillary’s FAILED Russia Reset

Hillary Clinton tried to “reset” relations with Russia on March 6, 2009. She’s called it a “brilliant stroke,” but it’s obvious that’s far from the truth.

Here’s just a handful things that have happened since:

  • April 2009: Russia widened the ban on U.S. meat imports.
  • May 2009: NATO expelled two Russian officials over allegations of espionage.
  • 2009: Russian authorities tortured and murdered Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky.
  • March 2010: Clinton had to call on Russia to delay construction of a nuclear plan in Iran, saying it “would be premature to go forward with any project” without Iran dropping its nuclear ambitions
  • June 2010: The U.S. arrested 11 Russian spies assigned to infiltrate American society.
  • May 2012: Russia’s top military officer threatened a preemptive strike if U.S. deployed a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe.
  • June 2012: Days before the G-20 Summit, the main Russian arms exporter announced it would begin “shipping advanced defensive missile systems to Syria that could be used to shoot down airplanes or sink ships if the United States or other nations try to intervene.”
  • March 2014: Russian troops seized installations across the Crimean Peninsula.
  • November 2014: U.S. jets intercepted six Russian planes flying near American airspace in Alaska.

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