Jay Carney lobbying to become U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, Russia to sanction Senators

This is not a sick joke. Jay Carney, Obama’s propaganda minister who is rumored to be leaving his job as press secretary is rumored to be lobbying Obama to become the next U.S. Ambassador to Russia. This is real, if you believe the Obama water carrying rag The Daily Beast. Also, in response to Obama’s slap on the wrist to Putin earlier today, Putin plans on sanctioning U.S. Senators like crazy John McCain, Turban Dick Durbin and horndog Robert Menendez.

Jay Carney lobbying to become U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, Russia to sanction Senators
Jay Carney lobbying to become U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, Russia to sanction Senators

One U.S. official who can rest easy is White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, who will not be on Putin’s sanctions list. Carney is rumored to be lobbying to replace former Ambassador Mike McFaul as the next U.S. Ambassador to Moscow, who will also not be on the list.

U.S. senators, congressmen and top Obama administration officials are sure to be on Vladimir Putin’s sanctions list; a response to the Obama Administration’s announcement on Monday that 7 Russian officials and 4 Ukrainian officials would be barred from holding assets or traveling to the United States.

Putin is expected to release his retaliation list as early as Tuesday and while the final list is still being crafted, it will include top Obama administration officials and high profile U.S. senators, in an effort to roughly mirror the U.S. sanctions against Russian officials and lawmakers, according to diplomatic sources. At the top of the list in Congress is Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin, who recently co-authored a resolution criticizing Russia’s invasion of Crimea.

Durbin’s inclusion on Putin’s list would mirror Obama’s naming of Valentina Matvienko, the head of the upper chamber of the Russian Duma. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are not expected to be on the Russian sanctions list.

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