Using the old Nixon playbook, Trump has consistently chosen to attack his accusers to deflect from the ongoing revelations that show that all of the worst suspicions Americans harbored against Trump from the beginning were true.
For anyone who may be unfamiliar with the man Trump is quoting in these tweets, Chris Swecker is a former assistant FBI director who has made a second career for himself appearing on Fox News to rant against James Comey. He’s the same Fox News contributor who posited that Democrats were sending themselves pipe bombs in order to sway the 2018 midterm elections before a Trump supporter was caught and charged with the crimes.
The recent interview that Comey sat for with MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace in which he said that it was imperative for Democrats to defeat Trump in the 2020 presidential elections sparked outrage among Republicans, just as it did when private text messages between FBI Counterintelligence Specialist Peter Strzok and his colleague, Lisa Page, were released. The GOP insists that the opposition to Trump’s presidency shown by both men show a clear case of bias.
What they never seem to want to address, however, is why all of the people who have seen the evidence that the rest of America has not regarding Trump’s alleged collusion with the Russian government to illegally influence the 2016 presidential elections are so concerned with him occupying the White House.
Twitter was not impressed by Trump’s victim card. Read some of their comments below: