‘Merchant of death’ offers Trump escape to Russia “to spearhead anti-globalist rebellion”
Russian arms dealer Viktor But, known as the ‘merchant of death’, who spent nearly 15 years in a US prison, has sent a telegram to former US President Donald Trump on Friday with a invitation to take refuge in Russia from the harassment of U.S. Justice.
“Today I sent a telegram to former US President Donald Trump (…) The criminal proceedings that have just begun against you will not end just like that. It is most likely that will simply annihilate him“, he asserted from the headquarters of Russia’s Central Telegraph.
“I want to invite him to Russia, where he will be able to safely lead the anti-globalist rebellion,” he added. He explained that Trump’s life “is in danger, because he tried to to save the American people from the genocide of globalist enslavement.”
But, who was traded last December for U.S. basketball player Brittney Griner, claimed to know what he was talking about “because I was in a U.S. prison myself.”
Trump was arrested and booked last Tuesday, making him the first U.S. president to face criminal charges after Justice filed 34 charges against him for irregular payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign to keep her from publicizing a sexual relationship between the two.
After hearing the charges, which he described as “unfounded”, the former US president left the court, pending trial. Trump added that this case “was made to interfere in the 2024 elections. and was to be dismissed immediately.”
In the former president’s opinion, this case and other open investigations show that “the U.S. justice system is no longer lawless and is used to win elections.”
“The only crime I committed was to defend our nation from those who seek to destroy it,” he stressed.