Friday, March 03, 2017

President Back to Mean, Divisive, Inaccurate Tweeting. By Geniusofdespair

Even though a majority of Americans are against the President tweeting, he is back to mean tweets toward Democrats. We had a couple of days of rest but I guess it just couldn't last, March 2nd:

Jeff Sessions is an honest man. He did not say anything wrong. He could have stated his response more accurately, but it was clearly not....

...intentional. This whole narrative is a way of saving face for Democrats losing an election that everyone thought they were supposed..... win. The Democrats are overplaying their hand. They lost the election, and now they have lost their grip on reality. The real story... all of the illegal leaks of classified and other information. It is a total "witch hunt!"

And speaking of witch hunts, Steve Bannon's emboldened Alt Right pals continue their equal opportunity messages of hate towards Jews, Blacks, and anyone else "not like them":

One bright spot on the Trump Clusterfuck: Ivanka has disagreed with Bannon on the Paris agreement on Climate Change.


Anonymous said...

He seems to lighten up on the tweets when he is under pressure. Interestingly, military actions commanded by him where people are putting their lives on the line does not seem to put pressure on him. However more revelations about his and his staff's connections to the Russian government does. Thank goodness for the press flushing out all these many connections to Russia so we can see them.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, the photos of Chuck Schumer with Putin and Nancy Pelosi with Medvedev rival the picture of Claire McCaskil with Kislyak after she said she never met any Russian.

Then the WH released how many times (6) Kislyak appeared to meet with Obama prior to the approval of Secretary of State Clinton authorizing Russia to purchase 20% of U.S. uranium.

I think the democrats have foolishly exposed themselves.

Thank goodness.

Anonymous said...

The FBI knew Sessions was was lying to the Senate Committee. I wonder why they didn't tell them before confirmation?

Anonymous said...

You are talking about the Russian Ambassador meetings that the Obama administration set up for Senator Sessions? Yes a lot of people knew, maybe Senator Franken should have been more specific when the Russian question was passed on to him and not ask it in the context of the Trump campaign.

Specifics and details are important, the broad brush not working. Dems suck at this game.

Anonymous said...

His meeting with the Russian at his office, a number of people would be aware. I don't know what the protocols are now, but years past you had to sign in at the front door of the building, and indicate who you were visiting, and get a visitors pass. His scheduler would have known in advance because he/she prepares the senator's daily printed schedule which has everything he would be doing that day. These were done on computer, so you could easily go back on any work day and see what he was scheduled to do. His office staff who handles issues related to Russia that his Committee handles, might have prepared him for the meeting and sat in on the meeting. Usually with these kinds of officials, for a number of different reasons at least one, maybe two staffers would be in the meeting. So they would know about the meeting and what was said and not said. The other meeting was a free for all.