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On Fox News Monday night Tucker Carlson sat down with Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA) to talk about the Democrats spreading conspiracy theories about why Trump launched his recent attack on Syria.

Interestingly, Moulton seems to confirm all of the worst concerns that Republicans have about Democrat politicians when he does intimate that maybe, just maybe, Trump was trying to distract everyone from his faults.

“You just said it. Let me just back you up and get you to explain what you just suggested. Are you saying that this was part of an elaborate ruse that in fact he was working with the Russians, I think you suggested just a minute ago, to divert attention from this diabolical conspiracy that you’ve been alleging that this was a Potemkin bombing, a fake bombing designed to fool the rest of us into thinking that they’re not really in league with each other?”

Actually, yes, Democrats really do believe that Trump could be faking the whole Syria conflict.

Lieu, a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, said, “if you’re facing possible collusion with Putin, you might just want to distract people.”

“This is a pretty big distraction,” the Congressman added.

“That’s what you think this is?” Maher asked. “I’m just asking. It may be.”

“It may be, we don’t know. I’ve learned to not predict Donald Trump,” Lieu said.


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