Wall Street Journal Warns: Don’t Trust The Flynn “Innuendo” We Published Last Night

Jesus folks, a little obstruction of justice on the way to aiding and abetting treason never hurt anyone, right? Right. Which is why earlier this week, I expressed my wholehearted support for the Wall Street Journal's contention that Devin Nunes has absolutely no reason to recuse himself from the investigation into ties between Russians, Trump, and the election. As a reminder, here's what the Journal said on Wednesday: Devin Nunes is refusing Democratic calls to resign as chairman of the House

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One thought on “Wall Street Journal Warns: Don’t Trust The Flynn “Innuendo” We Published Last Night

  1. “the guy who was fired for lying about colluding with Russia” … hmmm

    From WaPo 2/14/2017:

    “As The Washington Post reported late Monday, just hours before Flynn resigned, the White House was told weeks ago that Flynn had misled them about his talks with Russia’s ambassador to the United States.

    Yet the situation didn’t come to a head until the public disclosure last week of what Flynn says was his faulty recollection of the call – and specifically, the fact that it included talk about sanctions [call with Russian ambassador in Dec 29, 2016], which Flynn and Vice President Pence had both denied.”

    – You say “fired” … WaPo “resigned”

    – You say “colluding with Russia” (implying in substance the assertion that ‘but for’ Russia’s meddling in the election, Trump would not be president) … WaPo “faulty recollection … the call … included talk about sanctions” (and specifically the Obama administration’s expulsion of 35 Russian operatives at or about that time) …

    uh oh … your hysteria is showing …

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