For reasons of global security, the U.S. shares info with other nations all the time

Trying to bloody President Trump has become a Washington Post pasttime, and this latest story about the President passing Russia classified info is much ado about nothing.

Of course we work with other nations; global security and a war on terrorism rank among the highest priorities that would encourage information sharing on a need-to-know basis.

And our intel-agencies work with their intel-agencies, as necessary, to get the job done.

In a DC-world where a murdered DNC staffer has just been linked to WikiLeaks days prior to his death, you’d think the Washington Post would find time to report such an event.

Right? In a tizzy over ‘Russia-hacked-the-election’…but nothing on a DNC staffer whose July 2016 murder seems more closely related to the real story than Vladamir Putin?

But they choose ankle-biting the leader of our country instead, and who knows how much this disruptive tactic will affect the way our allies choose to work with us going forward?

The sham-stream’s bloody-Trump efforts border on treasonous.

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