There is a Shocker: Obama appointed State Department deputy spokesman supports Baily's Subversions
Friday, 03 February 2017

U.S. policy in Macedonia is to support the country's Euro-Atlantic integration and the reforms necessary to advance that goal. This includes support for democratic reforms, the rule of law and the full implementation of the Przino agreement, Mark Toner, Obama appointed deputy Spokesperson at the U.S. Department of State, said in a statement.

"Ambassador Baily and his team have been working in partnership with Macedonian authorities as well as with civil society to advance U.S. policy and U.S. goals. The Department of State has full confidence in our Embassy and Ambassador in Macedonia", says Toner.

Although Baily has created a toxic relationship and atmosphere goes without saying, Toner's statement is not surprising. It is a neocon leftie protecting his own. It is no different from the petition of Soros activists in Macedonia to Congress to back Baily's "work" in the country.

But Toner continues in Victoria Nuland style...

As a friend of Macedonia, the United States strongly urges all parties to respect the rule of law, democratic processes, and Macedonia's international commitments. We want to see a strong Macedonia, on its way to becoming a member of the Euro-Atlantic family, adds Toner in the statement, released by the U.S. Embassy to Skopje on Friday.

The statement comes after Republican House representative Christopher Smith announced an investigation in the activities of the US Embassy in Macedonia and the allegations that it has acted in an openly partisan way in the past years, supporting the left wing SDSM party. The call comes after the Embassy failed to respond to a letter signed by Smith and five other GOP representatives, who demanded answers over meddling in domestic politics, but also over Embassy funding for activities of the George Soros led Foundation Open Society Macedonia. 

As Rush Limbaugh warned Trump earlier today, he needs to drain the swamp and drain it fast.


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