Dmitry Kisiliov a prominent Russian TV host and journalist has warned that the elite “may kill” presidential nominee Donald Trump because he desires to build a better relationship with Moscow.
According to Info Wars , Kisiliov began his monologue by discussing the latest polls which show Trump edging ahead of Clinton, as well as Trump’s promise that he would “form very, very good relations with Russia” if he becomes president.
“This combination, Trump’s leading in the race, his ability to state things as they are, and his intention to end the recent extreme Russian-American tensions – all this puts him in a very risky situation,” states Kisiliov.
“Now they may just kill him,” the host alarmingly adds.
“The U.S. special (security) services do not need such a president. Those services promote hatred toward Russia in order to justify their existence,” asserts Kisiliov.
“The American oligarchs also do not need such a president. For these oligarchs, the existing world order ensures solid and stable business. For them, a Trump who is ready to settle issues with Russia means that the finances will flow in a different direction.”
“The American establishment is merciless,” concludes Kisiliov.
Kisiliov (alternative spelling Kiselyov) is a controversial but prominent journalist in Russia. He was personally appointed by Russian President Vladimir Putin to head the new official Russian government-owned international news agency Rossiya Segodnya in December 2013.
The idea of Trump being assassinated before he is allowed to take office has become a common theme given the deluge of death threats the New York billionaire receives, threats that prompted him to begin wearing a bullet proof vest at all public events.
The characterization of Trump as a would-be dictator by the some quarters of the leftist media has also emboldened mentally unstable individuals to make threats against Trump’s life.
Back in June, 20-year-old Michael Sandford grabbed a police officer’s gun during a Trump rally in Las Vegas as part of a plot to kill the Republican nominee.