Skip to comments.61 Hacks Who Peddled Russian Collusion And Should Never Be Trusted Again
Posted on 03/27/2019 9:45:08 AM PDT by detective
Since 2016, some big namesboth inside the government and outhave peddled the Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy with such vigor youd think they invested their life savings in Reynolds Metal Company. Now that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has closed the door on such hysteria, lets take a look back at the Most Mistaken Men and Women in America (and the world).
Christopher Steele: Is there anywhere else to begin, really? The former British spy destroyed any semblance of seriousness when he included reports of the pee-prostitutes in his dossier. But the rest of the report was equal parts claptrap.
There was no secret meeting between Kremlin courtiers and former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page. No trip to Prague by Michael Cohen. No quid pro quo election assistance for the lifting of sanctions. No there there. Yet his so-called report was a key basis for this entire Russian hoax saga.
(Excerpt) Read more at thefederalist.com ...
I like the Federalist, but I have a hard time reconciling Ben Domenech ( Editor, married to Meghan McCain) and Mollie Hemingway ( love her! A really sharp, conservative, brave lady) working in the same place.
Steele was attempting the Big Lie Technique.
One of my favorites from the article is by “Representative” Ilhan Omar:
“I believe impeachment is inevitable. It is also a terrifying notion. Nations struggle anytime they overthrow a dictator, and Trump really has the markings of a dictator.”
What is terrifying is that someone like her is in congress, “representing” the American people.
Heck, the number 61 barely covers just the newspapers and networks. If we’re talking journalists, we need scientific notation to adequately cover the “hacks”.
“What is terrifying is that someone like her is in congress, representing the American people.”
She represents our domestic enemies well, and they are satisfied with her combat against America and all for which we stand.
Any ‘journalist’ worth the name, would hold her feet to the fire on THAT one.
A success of ‘why?’ questions after her statement, would be instructive. She'd be EXPOSED for that paid, puppet she IS and I am certain she couldn't come up with ONE single coherent answer to any ‘why?’ question. She probably NEVER has in her whole life.
People who got through life ‘leap frogging’ over all the hurdles everyone else had to master, never know how to articulate anything that has not been forced into their skulls, just so they can regurgitate them by rote memory-to a stupid MSM and an equally stupid public...
Yeh know, if we still had tarring and feathering as a means of expressing public disfavor, there’d be a whole lot less of this sort of thing.
What I would like is an app where I can input the whole gamut of names (enemedia, government, intelligence agencies etc.) so that in the future, every time their names appear in an article, an asterisk or highlight automatically accompanies it.... then when I hover the mouse over it, a window pops open with a brief history of their role in the attempted ‘Russian Collusion’ coup d’état. This should be done right from the most prominent to the least....
March Mueller Madness:
She doen’t represent “the American people.” She represents a single slime-infested district in a moonbat state.
Strange bedfellows.....Kellyanne/George Conway, Mary Matalin/James Carville etc.
61 Conspiracy Theorists that should be de-platformed from YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, immediately!
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