Republicans helped set up Putin’s lobbying operations in America

Written by on June 25, 2018

One Republican even wrote a book in Russian about influencing Republicans for Putin’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

A Soviet-emigre professor and longtime Republican conservative movement insider named Dr. Edward Lozansky wrote and published a book with the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about lobbying and influence in American politics.

Inside it, the Lozansky Doctrine reads like a roadmap to the tactics and extensive network of Soviet emigres and Russians in Diaspora that the Kremlin deployed before, during and after the Kremlin’s 2016 election attacks and influence campaign.

The book included a much celebrated “Afterword” by a sitting Republican Congressman Curt Weldon from Pennsylvania, who lost his seat after a Russia-linked corruption scandal.

But Weldon’s political career exploded back into public view recently as a new, mysterious subject in the ongoing US Senate Judiciary Committee investigation into President Trump’s data firm Cambridge Analytica, and his personal lawyer Michael Cohen’s Ukrainian business ties.

Last week, former Ukrainian lawmaker Andrii Artemenko fingered Curt Weldon as a co-author of the infamous “peace plan” which he infamously delivered to Felix Sater and on to Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen to be handed to the disgraced former Trump National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn.

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