Media hysteria over the Russian question has reached fever pitch levels. No one really believes Trump and his team colluded with Russia to bring down Hillary. And I have proof the media won’t report.
First, let’s talk about the difference be a real scandal versus Washington fake scandal. In Washington they make scandals to attack political enemies. They use anonymous sources, friendly reporters who will take a dive and plant a fake story or just drive the narrative.
They leak and gossip and then it goes away because it was just a political attack. If Trump and his team really did this, if there was hard evidence, real proof – don’t you think Obama would have dropped it during the election?
It is clear that we are listening to a lot of calls we shouldn’t be and the rogue intel operatives drip leaks here and there without the bombshell it means they have nothing.
Again Obama had all the information the FBI and CIA have – and he did nothing.
Yet the media still wants a scandal.
The latest hysteria is that Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and Michael Flynn had a previously undisclosed meeting with the Russian ambassador to “establish a line of communication” — in December.
Here’s the thing about phony outrage – it always backfires.
Case in point, Sen. Chuckie Schumer. He is calling for fire and brimstone over the fake Russian scandal but he must have forgotten this happened.
Chuck, do you remember when you had doughnuts with Vladimir Putin in New York City in 2003? Here’s a picture if you don’t remember.
What were you doing Chuck? Should we launch an investigation?
When the AP reported this story back in 2003, it ran a photo with Putin and Schumer smiling with their doughnuts, the caption read:
Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, enjoys a Krispy Kreme doughnut and coffee with Senator Charles Schumer from New York as Putin visits the first New York gas station of the Russian company Lukoil, Friday.
Schumer also said that day:
“When I showed the president of Russia a Krispy Kreme doughnut and he ate it and said it was good, that was one of the more surreal moments I’ve had in politics.”
Chuck, were you asleep for all of Obama’s 8 years?