Wednesday, April 05, 2017
Another Trump disaster coming up
The Tangerine Shitgibbon has gone into full baseless accusation mode with a totally debunked lie at its core. His minions have been harping on this to prepare the ground and now the bull goose poo flinger is standing on the mound. Times like this usually occur when everybody's favorite Shitgibbon needs a major distraction from a potentially criminal failure in his administration.
President Trump said on Wednesday that he thought that the former national security adviser Susan E. Rice may have committed a crime by seeking the identities of Trump associates who were swept up in the surveillance of foreign officials by American spy agencies and that other Obama administration officials may also have been involved.His defense of Muttonhead O'Reilly makes perfect sense givven that sex perverts tend to hang together. But only a sick old man could imagine that a national security adviser in performance of her duties was somehow committing a crime against the World's Greatest Tangerine Shitgibbon. Sadly there are still a lot of Trumpoons who will buy whatever shit he throws their way.
The president provided no evidence to back his claim. Current and former intelligence officials from both Republican and Democratic administrations have said that nothing they have seen led them to believe that Ms. Rice’s actions were unusual or unlawful. When Americans are swept up in surveillance of foreign officials by intelligence agencies, their identities are supposed to be obscured, but they can be revealed for national security reasons, and intelligence officials say it is a regular occurrence.
“I think it’s going to be the biggest story,” Mr. Trump said in an interview in the Oval Office. “It’s such an important story for our country and the world. It is one of the big stories of our time.”
He declined to say if he had personally reviewed new intelligence to bolster his claim but pledged to explain himself “at the right time.”
When asked if Ms. Rice, who has denied leaking the names of Trump associates under surveillance by United States intelligence agencies, had committed a crime, the president said, “Do I think? Yes, I think.”
Ms. Rice has denied any impropriety. In an interview on Tuesday with MSNBC, she said: “The allegation is that somehow the Obama administration officials utilized intelligence for political purposes. That’s absolutely false.”
Mr. Trump criticized media outlets, including The New York Times, for failing to adequately cover the Rice controversy — while singling out Fox News and the host Bill O’Reilly for praise, despite a Times report of several women who have accused Mr. O’Reilly of harassment. The president then went on to defend Mr. O’Reilly, who has hosted him frequently over the years.
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