Now that a whistleblower has exposed Donald Trump’s treasure trove of secret, secret communications with leaders of the world, the president is upset. Former U.S. Attorney and MSNBC contributor Joyce Vance said on Nicolle Wallace’s Deadline White House show the whole thing is a “conspiracy.”
She defined a conspiracy as an “agreement to do an illegal act.” White House staff have conspired to hide POTUS’ potentially illegal conversations. These were the ones with the president offering the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky a deal he could not refuse.
Trump held nearly $400 million in desperately-needed military aid Ukraine needs to fend off the Russians. All that Zelensky need do was get dirt on the son of the man Trump considers his prime opponent in the 2020 presidential election.
The president started getting nervous. The proof was when he started repeating himself and doing baby-talk. He tweeted:
‘A whistleblower with second hand (sic) information? Another Fake News Story! See what was said on the very nice, no pressure, call. Another Witch Hunt!’
Then, he said House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) had “zero credibility:”
‘Adam Schiff has zero credibility. Another fantasy to hurt the Republican Party! Twitter world went crazy. See what you think about some of our favorites below:
Next, he baby-talked about “Liddle” Adam Schiff:
“‘Liddle” Adam Schiff, who has worked unsuccessfully for 3 years to hurt the Republican Party and President, has just said that the Whistleblower, even though he or she only had second hand (sic) information, “is credible.” How can that be with zero info and a known bias. Democrat Scam!’
Twitter world went crazy. See what you think about some of our favorites below:
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