Washington's frequent accusations about the Russian interference in US political processes are all unfounded. There is no evidence that Russia intervened in US political processes.
In fact, the Chinese Foreign Minister recognised the existence of such a threat in his country [the "Orange Revolution"], as well as in Russia, and called on Moscow to take joint measures and "build a common approach to defend political sovereignty", with the aim of neutralising this danger.
The speech of the Chinese Foreign Minister implicitly indicates that such "revolutions" do not occur on their own, but are provoked by an external power, in this case, the United States.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative claiming that protests, disorders and civil uprisings are never manifestations of genuine popular discontent and political desires, but are foreign engineered colour revolutions directed and funded by Western intelligence services or other Western actors in order to destabilise targeted foreign states and bring about regime change.
There is no evidence to support any of these claims. Read more about the concept of "colour revolutions" in the pro-Kremlin media here.
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