Liberal Icon Shocks Everyone, Points To Donald Trump As Beacon Of Reason In Current Crisis

(Rallying Patriots) – Nothing is more satisfying than when a raging leftist is finally forced to admit the truth when it comes to President Trump. Though you’ll never hear them admit they were ever wrong about anything, from time to time, one will be faced with a situation in which they have nothing else to say but the honest truth, which always seems to benefit Trump.

During Trump’s tenure, liberal activist and icon Noam Chomsky called him “the worst criminal in human history.” Of course, this was an utterly absurd thing to say but leftists have never been known for being reasonable or rational.

Nonetheless, in an interview Tuesday with Thijmen Sprakel of EduKitchen, Chomsky was forced to eat his words and admit that President Trump just might be the only one with a feasible solution to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The 93-year-old has been a long-time critic of American foreign policy and has been pushing radical ideas since before World War II.

He’s also made it clear he’s no fan of President Trump. Yet, during the interview Tuesday, he said that “there is, fortunately, one statesman in the United States and Europe who has laid out … who has made a very sensible statement about how you can solve the crisis.”

Hint: He’s not talking about Joe Biden.

He said that the best way to end the war would include “facilitating negotiations instead of undermining them and moving toward establishing some kind of accommodation in Europe … in which there are no military alliances but just mutual accommodation.”

Chomsky went on to say that the leader he was referring to “didn’t say it, but it’s something like what George H.W. Bush, the first Bush, not the second, proposed in the early ’90s, in his, when after the collapse of the Soviet Union, proposed what they called a partnership for peace, which would be open for Europeans generally or Asians as well.”

“Emmanuel Macron in his initiatives trying to contact Putin suggested something similar,” he said, referring to the French president’s attempts at diplomacy with Russian president Vladimir Putin prior to the war.

“So going back to the one Western statesman — he didn’t mention all of this but he suggested something similar: move towards negotiations and diplomacy instead of escalating the war, try to see if you can bring about an accommodation which would be roughly along these lines,” Chomsky said, before revealing the name of the man he was referring to.

“His name is Donald J. Trump,” he stated.

Chomsky hasn’t changed his mind about Trump, according to Mediaite, he maintains Trump is not his “favorite person.”

“But let’s tell the truth: He’s the one person who’s said it and it’s the right way out,” he said. “Others have said it too but not in high positions.”

Chomsky is speaking truthfully. Just last month, Trump said the leaders of Russia and Ukraine should sit down and work out a long-term peace agreement.

“It doesn’t make sense that Russia and Ukraine aren’t sitting down and working out some kind of an agreement,” he said in a statement on April 18.

“If they don’t do it soon, there will be nothing left but death, destruction, and carnage. This is a war that never should have happened, but it did,” Trump said.

“The solution can never be as good as it would have been before the shooting started, but there is a solution, and it should be figured out now — not later — when everyone will be DEAD!” the former president said.

Trump has said numerous times that this war never would have happened had he still be in the White House.

“I knew Putin very well,” he said in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity last month.

“We talked about it a lot, [Putin] did want Ukraine,” Trump said. “But I said, ‘You’re not going into Ukraine.’ He would never, ever have gone into Ukraine.”

Considering Putin never did make a move on Ukraine while Trump was in the White House, we tend to believe that this never would have happened had the election never been rigged.

It’s refreshing to see that there are still some liberals who have it in them to be reasonable at times. Good for Chomsky for being able to speak truthfully rather than from a place of hate.

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  1. It takes a person to be humble when he knows it’s against everything they’ve stood for in the past and the person they absolutely don’t like and have spoken out against. I will respect that person no matter their ideology even if I disagree with them on 95% of everything else. Not saying I’d vote for them if they were running for a political office, but I will give them kudos when they speak truth.


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