Let’s play a game. I point a finger at you. The problem is there are three pointing back at me. Remember that lesson by someone when you tried to cast blame?
That is how Democrats and the mainstream media handle President Trump and his people. In particular, Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Remember how the liberals in office have tried to portray Sessions as a Russian collaborator in regards to the general election? He had inappropriate dialog with the Russian Ambassador? All according to the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal?
If memory serves one…the conversations had nothing to do with any part of the campaign. Nothing.
Senator Al Franken at Sessions confirmation hearing:
“If there was any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government in the course of this (2016) campaign, what would you do?”
“I’m not aware of any of those activities. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians.”
His conversations had nothing to do with the political campaign. According to spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores, the dialog was about his time as a member of the Armed Services Committee.
Yet the media only partially reported the facts. Not the basis or truth. Now Libs want his hide. How about the 30 Democrats that met with Russian ambassadors?
30 Democrats spoke to Russia about the Iran deal. Why is Twitter the only place where one can see the facts? Hello CNN?
Trump’s work being attacked
Donald Trump is making motion and waves while in his first 100 days. Although the left uses courtroom antics to slow him down, he is forging ahead.
SO to call out Sessions on meetings that happened long ago is “Slick Willy” at best. The GOP needs to call out their cross aisle colleagues and demand they do what’s right. Stop playing and do the work of supporting the President.
Everyone in DC now when the Russian Ambassador calls. pic.twitter.com/LRCWjrFixW
— Blogs of War (@BlogsofWar) March 2, 2017