‘The View’ Hosts Call Trump a Liar while Ignoring Obama’s Lies
The Left’s Trump/Russia collusion theory is falling apart every single day and they are holding on to every thing they can to keep it together.
They uphold Comey as an honest man while alleging Trump is a liar and cannot be trusted.
This rhetoric is made clear daily on liberal leaning shows like ‘The View.’
These women lack any credibility and the only information they provide is leftist headline talking points from places like CNN and The New York Times.
On a recent episode of the ‘The View’ co-host Jedediah Bila mocked Comey’s testimony calling him a coward. She questioned Comey for his statements about how he wasn’t “strong enough” to stand up to the president.
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“My issue though is with Comey once again,” she said. “I watch this testimony, and I just thought, this guy read to me as such a coward. You sat there for so long and you hear about how Comey felt and, ‘This made me uncomfortable.’”
One of the ladies interrupted her and said,
“Wait a minute. How do we know Comey lied? We do know Trump is a liar and has lied 277 times in the past two years.”
Of course she doesn’t mention what these lies are. No one ever can because there is no evidence to support anything the Left spews.
It’s amazing how the Left cares about liars when liar-in-chief Barack Obama was a pro at it.
Barack Obama appointed Comey so he answered to him and him only.
Comey was responsible for overseeing the FBI investigation of Hilary Clinton’s e-mail controversy.
Comey let Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal go by Obama’s order. End of story.
April 10, 2016, President Obama publicly stated that Hillary Clinton had shown “carelessness” in using a private e-mail server to handle classified information, but he insisted that she had not intended to endanger national security.
The president acknowledged that classified information had been transmitted via Secretary Clinton’s server, but he suggested that, in the greater scheme of things, its importance had been vastly overstated.
On July 5, 2016, FBI director James Comey publicly stated that Clinton had been “extremely careless” in using a private e-mail server to handle classified information, but he insisted that she had not intended to endanger national security.
The director acknowledged that classified information had been transmitted via Secretary Clinton’s server, but he suggested that, in the greater scheme of things, it was just a small percentage of the e-mails involved.
Anyone else see the parallels?
One of the nation’s top legal minds, former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy, said the FBI cleared Clinton not because she was innocent, but because the president was also guilty.
“Hillary couldn’t be proven guilty without proving the president guilty as well,” he wrote, adding, “Any possibility of prosecuting Hillary Clinton was tanked by President Obama’s conflict of interest.”
We saw this to be true by John Podesta’s e-mails being leaked during the 2016 election.
Podesta suggested invoking “executive privilege” to withhold the e-mails just one day after the House Benghazi Committee had told Clinton to provide all her e-mails.
Podesta’s e-mail read:
“Think we should hold emails to and from potus [president of the United States]? That’s the heart of his exec privilege. We could get them to ask for that. They may not care, but I(t) seems like they will.”
Now, with no evidence of Russia collusion the media is in an uproar because it’s Donald Trump! That changes everything! Now they care about national security? Now they care about justice?
Where were these cares and concerns for the sake of our country during the 8 years of the Obama administration?
Comey is right, he wasn’t strong enough. He wasn’t strong enough when he put the security of the U.S at risk and went against everything he vowed to do for this country by covering up scandals for Obama.
Where are the memos from Comey during all these controversies? You can bet they were deleted too, along with all of Hillary’s e-mails.