December 12, 2017

Word: Russian collusion

If there really was no collusion with Russia to tilt the election in Trump’s favor, I wonder why one of the president’s lawyers, Jay Sekulow, is arguing that such collusion would not constitute a crime. And if there really was no obstruction of justice, I wonder why another of Trump’s lawyers, John Dowd, is arguing that the president by virtue of his office is incapable of obstructing justice. —Eugene Robinson, Washington Post


Anonymous said...

Sam I hope you're not a member of this weird "Russia Gate" cult.

I hope you don't watch Rachel Maddow.

Bill Hicks said...

Word: Eugene Robinson in a liberal stooge.

Anonymous said...

It is my sad duty to report that Sam has fallen victim to Trump Derangement Syndrome. The diagnosis is especially unfortunate in light of his pioneering role on the Internet as a leftist who called out Bill Clinton as a grifter and a charlatan.

Sam hasn't posted a thing this month about the epic Trump-Russia media failures (ABC and CNN). Fortunately, others on the left like Glenn Greenwald and Robert Parry continue to carry the torch of truth while Sam is out of commission. We can only pray for a speedy recovery.