Something interesting is taking place in D.C. right now. While liberals, Democrats, and the media all argue that something untoward has taken place between the Trump team and Russia (even though no evidence of this exists), the GOP is still wondering about the crimes of the Obama administration (of which evidence continues to pour out). Why is the media wondering about supposed crimes they can’t prove, but continues to ignore actual crimes which they have real evidence of? Further more, every member of the Trump universe who has been slandered and has come under media scrutiny has said they’d be willing (and desirous) to testify before Congress. But for some reason, Democrats in Congress don’t feel the need to speak directly to the people they are accusing of nefarious activity. Odd, right? Even more odd, while Trump’s people are willing to talk with Congress, Obama’s people continue to ignore the call to testify…
Shouldn’t the media be more curious about the odd actions of the Obama administration than they are about the straightforward actions of the Trump team?
Conservative pundit Laura Ingraham expands on that point:
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BRET BAIER: It was interesting that Carter Page was called up there. Democrats really wanted to hear from him and then suddenly he wasn’t.
LAURA INGRAHAM: Well, he is not going to deliver what they apparently want. Carter Page has made himself available to testify and to Jonah’s point, Comey himself along with John Brennan and others have said there is no evidence of collusion.
And we do have to find out if our government was essentially turned into a political weapon against individuals for their political associations, whether to Trump or to associates of Trump and tracked and perhaps ultimately an attempt to intimidate or harass.
Susan Rice is not testifying. She refuses to testify before Congress. She has been asked to do. Jared Kushner said he would make himself available to anyone who wants to talk to him. It’s interesting. Why won’t Susan Rice talk?
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