Senator Jim Risch is a guy who you can definitely trust to be impartial.
Need proof? No problem.
Just recall his "measured" assessment of what should happen to whoever it was that decided the American people needed to know that Trump leaked classified information to the Russians:
There’s a weasel in here somewhere. This person is a traitor, they’ve committed treason, and they ought to go to prison.
Now to be sure, he's right about there being "a weasel in here somewhere," and he's right that whoever the "weasel" is has "committed treason" and "ought to go to prison." He's just wrong about who that person is.
Apparently, the irony inherent in claiming that someone is a traitor and should be sent to prison for telling the press that the President committed treason was lost on Jim.
On Thursday we got still more evidence that Jim doesn't understand much about nuance.
Consider this exchange that Trump supporters have hilariously (although not surprisingly) suggested is "proof" that the President didn't try to obstruct justice:
Risch: "Boy you nailed this down on page 5 paragraph 3, you put this in quotes, words matter, you wrote down the words so we could all have the words in
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