Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Donald Trump’s endgame: He may admit collusion — and claim he was saving America from Hillary

Trump’s supporters literally accept whatever he says, and the GOP will never stand up. This will end very badly

Donald Trump's presidency is like a poorly written spy thriller turned into real life. The newest twist in this painful never-ending story? After many months of denying that his son and other campaign representatives met with a Russian agent to discuss receiving damaging information about Hillary Clinton -- the cover story being that the meeting in Trump Tower was about the adoptions of Russian children -- on Sunday Trump admitted on Twitter that this was all a lie. He proclaimed: “This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics - and it went nowhere. I did not know about it!”
I have explained on numerous occasions that Donald Trump colluded with Russia in plain sight to steal the 2016 presidential election from Hillary Clinton and the American people. Trump has also continued to obstruct justice to conceal what was probably a crime and certainly a treasonous act.


  1. Blah, blah, blah. Collusion is not a crime. There is no crime of collusion. Collusion crime not.

    All some of these mediaites do is just stir, stir, stir.

    Donald Trump is POTUS. Get over it. You're not going to dislodge him from the White House. Not now. Not in two years when he wins re-election. Not after he declares martial law and clamps down on the fake news media and the real colluder fraud tricksters. Ya know? Steele dossier. "Oh. That." Yeah, that dirty, stinkin', attempt to influence the election.

    "Uh oh. Game over."

  2. Salon is liberal dreck.

  3. I saw this in in the side comments bar and when I clicked , I noticed what you actually had written. I thought you had written "Saton is liberal dreck" - and i agree with both of these statements.

  4. Adam Davidson is a serious journalist.

  5. They said that about Dan Rather too.


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