Raging Russophobia Ahead of Russia’s Presidential Election

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Raging Russophobia Ahead of Russia's Presidential Election

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Vladimir Putin is overwhelmingly popular. Russians want no one else leading them. 

On Sunday, March 18, he's virtually assured of reelection by an overwhelming margin for another six-year term. Eight candidates are competing for Russia's highest office. 

Moscow's embassy in Washington accused Trump's State Department of meddling in its electoral process, trying to influence the outcome.

It's longstanding US practice – post-WW II interfering in scores of foreign elections. Was the Skripal poisoning affair at attempt to cut Putin's margin of victory, along with trying to lower voter turnout?

US and Russian electoral politics are world's apart. Russian elections are open, free and fair, shaming America's sham process – no monitors observing what goes on.

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