The Democrat peanut gallery has gone batshit crazy over the chance to humiliate Trump, but what the hell is the alleged crime?
Whether U.S. sanctions against Russia were mentioned or not, the notion that an elected president or his designees – during a transition – can have no meaningful contact with diplomats whom they may need to deal with in a matter of weeks represents a particularly contentious interpretation of a law that has never been tested in a court of law and may well represent an unconstitutional infringement on free speech and dissent.
“A game is being played with the security of our country.”
CIA Phoenix Program was model for Department of Homeland Security.
A little late, a little safe, Seymour.
You need to also talk about what they DIDN’T cover:
It’s almost impossible to imagine a scenario where it’s justifiable for a news outlet to publish a totally anonymous, unverified, unvetted document filled with scurrilous and inflammatory allegations about which its own editor-in-chief says there “is serious reason to doubt the allegations,” on the ground that they want to leave it to the public to decide whether to believe it.
In other news, Batboy also has deep ties to Putin.
Buried in their zillionth propaganda piece is this nugget:
Officials reiterated that there is no single intercepted communication that qualifies as a “smoking gun” on Russia’s intention to benefit Trump’s candidacy or to claim credit for doing so.
Read that again in context, with all those bogus headlines exclaiming that it’s already a fact, established, and incontrovertible.
Then you’ll start to understand how propaganda works today in Amerika.