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SPUTNIKNEWS – February 14, 2017: Michael Flynn’s resignation was preceded by an all-out McCarthy-style media campaign, political analyst and Israeli publicist Avigdor Eskin told Sputnik. However, it was not actually General Flynn who was targeted by US liberal media and some parts of the intelligence community, but Trump himself, Eskin stressed.

However, there is more to Flynn’s resignation that meets the eye, political analyst and Israeli publicist Avigdor Eskin says, referring to an all-out media campaign that was unleashed weeks ago against Trump’s advisor over his alleged ties with Russia

The Israeli publicist predicted Flynn’s ouster a day ahead of the announcement.

“As it turned out, liberals are keen on working in the style of a senator from Wisconsin, Joseph McCarthy,” Eskin noted in his recent op-ed for RIA Novosti.

“Yes, this is McCarthyism of the worst kind,” Eskin told Sputnik Tuesday, “Actually, the late Joseph McCarthy would not dare to go so far.”

“We are talking about a hawkish, ‘redneck’ US general, whose political views correspond with the ideology of late senator Jesse Helms and Congressman Robert Dornan. Read the book of Michael Flynn ‘The Field of Fight: How to Win the Global War against Radical Islam and its Allies’. One must be insane even to think that such a right-wing US patriot as Flynn can be even theoretically considered an asset of any foreign country. He did see US interest in certain strategic cooperation with Russia, if he found there a benefit for the USA,” the Israeli publicist emphasized. Link: Read Complete Article

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