Where do these people come from? Today’s Comey Senate Charade

Could it possibly be any more clear that depending upon where one chooses to get their news their view is distorted, one way or the other?

 

This just in from the “Far side of the moon.”

The pundits can’t keep their own stories straight, how the hell are we supposed to do so?

 

Each time Comey answered, “I don’t recall, I can’t exactly remember he reminds this editor of Hillary Clinton.

 

 

News Busters

The Media Research Center

Nicholas Foncadaro

June 8th, 2017


Thursday was that President Trump was not under investigation. That fact didn’t seem to sit well with CBS’s John Dickerson when he appeared during CBS News Special Report after the hearing.

That fact didn’t seem to sit well with CBS’s John Dickerson when he appeared during CBS News Special Report after the hearing.

Of course, there’s music for that. (Source)

Almost desperately, Dickerson tried to argue Trump had to be under scrutiny, “So, a President who was once concerned about not being under investigation those actions he took may now, in fact, make him under investigation.”

Despite Comey’s testimony, Dickerson asserted that Trump was most likely being investigated by the FBI now in light of recent events.

“The challenge to the President is though, he says he wasn’t being investigated then, but there was every indication from Comey’s testimony today that the President is being now on this question of obstruction.

And yesterday the acting FBI director suggested that it was part of the investigation,” he claimed.

 

But that’s not the case, according to CBS Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford.

When asked by This Morning co-host Noah O’Donnell if Trump was in “any legal jeopardy” she didn’t think so, saying: I mean, as a legal matter, I don’t think that Comey really provided that clear evidence of obstruction of justice Democrats were may have hoped for.

What was missing was this discussion of Trump’s intent.

 

Come on Feinstein, asked and answered.

The President, whether or not he acted in a corrupt or improper purpose when he was kind of telling Comey these things.

We didn’t hear that today. Ya think?

And according to Dickerson, Trump’s character took a massive hit Thursday as well.

“On the character front though, the President took a hammering from Comey.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“On the character front though, the President took a hammering from Comey.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI, when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

These folks have pieces of the Brooklyn Bridge ready to ship the reader, C.O.D. only.

 

See the entire article below.

 

“On the character front though, the President took a hammering from Comey. He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained. “Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained. “Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.”

Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI, when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

 

 

 

 

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

And that when he defamed himself with the FBI, when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“On the character front though, the President took a hammering from Comey. He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained. “Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

He said the first time they met he was concerned about the nature of the President, that we would not tell the truth,” he explained. “Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI—when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

“Then the president repeatedly did not tell the truth. And that when he defamed himself with the FBI, when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.when he defamed Comey and the FBI was a series of lies. On a character front, it was a bad day for the President.” Dickerson could just be getting some jabs in because claims of Trump hurting his reputation has been par for the course throughout his time in politics.

 

THE END

 

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2 Responses to Where do these people come from? Today’s Comey Senate Charade

  1. Pamela says:

    Despite Comey’s testimony, the Senate investigative committee a.k.a. the Democrat-orchestrated, “Get Trump” witch hunt, has only proved one thing: President Trump is not under any kind of investigation by the FBI. All this back and forth with, “Trump said, Comey said” is hearsay and secondhand gossip, nothing more. Furthermore, Comey has been outed as a leaker of classified information. He has about as much credibility as a jailhouse snitch.

    This whole tiresome investigation is nothing more than a scheme hatched in the pea-brained minds of the sore loser Dems and their conspirators across the aisle and in the mainstream media to discredit and destroy President Donald Trump.

    I pray their ridiculous scheme backfires right in their smug mugs too!

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