A federal judge in Louisville said in a ruling that then-candidate Donald Trump incited the use of violence against three protesters when he told supporters at a campaign rally a year ago to “get 'em out of here.” …because violence had broken out at a prior Trump rally and that known hate group members were in the Louisville crowd, Trump’s ordering the removal of an African-American woman was “particularly reckless.”
There is reason to be angry at Trump for (actively, deliberately and obviously, IMO) collaborating with the Russians.
But the Russian efforts to influence the US election were not an “attack”, unless you want to declare that basically every country in the world has had a constant cassus belli against the USA for the last hundred years. It was just an old-fashioned foreign propaganda push, of the sort that should be familiar to anyone who’s ever voted in Latin America.
Enemies, allies, the CIA didn’t care. All of our local far-right bastards are funded from America.
Fun fact: Sarin was named after the Nazi scientists who discovered the compound, Schrader, Ambros, Ritter, and von der Linde.
Another fun fact, while it’s sometimes claimed the Nazis didn’t engage in chemical warfare, they actually did, and refrained from using it more widely in part from fear of chemical warfare in retaliation, but also because they could’t make gas masks for the horses they used.