Ever since Hillary Clinton lost the election, American journalists -- mostly Democrats -- have created headlines that are sensational and intended to provoke confusion and hysteria among the populace.
Making headlines this week was a Russian warship cruising somewhere off the coast of Connecticut. If you didn't know any better you would think this was the first such occurrence of a Russian ship off the coast of the U.S.
Some reports mentioned that the Russian ship was 30 miles offshore. 30 nautical miles is international waters where any ship can go.
The U.S. military has spy ships, aircraft carriers, fighter jets and destroyers patrolling the black sea near the Russian capital of Moscow.
Compare all that military hardware to Russia's lone ship off the U.S. coast.
The purpose of U.S. and Russia's military maneuvering is to keep tabs on what the enemy is doing. It didn't just start after Donald Trump was elected. Russia has been spying on America (and vice versa) for decades.
Until recently, Russian diplomats lived a stone's throw from CIA headquarters in Virginia. They weren't taking needle point classes. They were spying on the U.S. government.
Former President Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats and their families from the country only after Hillary Clinton lost the election.