Skip to comments.Brutal: Dem Senator Rips CNN Hack James Clapper: “He Needs to Stop Making Excuses for Lying” (VIDEO)
Posted on 03/07/2019 6:10:34 PM PST by bitt
Democrat Senator Ron Wydon (D-OR) ripped CNN contributor and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Wednesday for continuing to lie about his famous lie to the American public.
In March 2013 Director of National Intelligence James Clapper went before the US Senate and lied about government spying. Senator Ron Wydon asked Clapper if the NSA collects any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans? Director Clapper replied, No, sir not wittingly.
This was a lie. Clapper was never condemned or punished for lying under oath to the US Senate.
This more proof of the double standard in the US legal system. Democrats get off for lying. Republicans are convicted for made up lies.
On Wednesday CNN contributor Clapper lied again and told CNN he did not lie to Congress about NSA surveillance. He keeps lying.
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Get a rope!
Who watches the watchers?
It is, a black rat.
Double standard in the legal system? You bet. It's totally corrupt and the game is 100% stacked against the poor and middle class.
Lying is what Deepsters do. Consequences: well until citizen applies rope to lamppost and neck there are none.
HA!! A Dim telling the truth???
Never forget that Clapper is another gift to this country from the Bush Family. It is incalculable the damage that family has done to this country over the last half century.
Democrats lying and projecting? I’m shocked!
41’s death train travelled a few miles from my house. I would not have been sad if it had derailed. Except the traffic would have been a Butch. I’ve always been proud to say that I never voted for 41 the American destroyer. And only once for 42.
If there is no penalty for lying, then what is the big deal?
There must be a penalty or it doesn’t at all matter.
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