Former Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski shared the story of his meteoric rise from congressional staffer, to peace officer, to campaign manager for the future president of the United States, Pres. Donald J. Trump during testimony at a House Oversight committee hearing. The hearing was either combative or encouraging, depending on whether the congressman asking the questions was Democrat or Republican.
Rep Devin Nunes ridiculed House Democrats at the House Intelligence Committee hearing, the afternoon of July 25 wondering out loud if they will ever find the fictitious Loch Ness monster as they continue their political theater. It was a wonderful sight to behold. The loquacious Rep. Adam Schiff and all of his acolytes, the righteous Democrat, being forced to listen to a public takedown, a verbal lashing.
If they were gasping for air before Nunes started his address, they were in need of a defibrillator after he finished. The best part is that they could not respond to his accusations. They were focused on tricking Robert Mueller into quoting damning evidence from his own report. The plan backfired however, because Mueller failed to perform the task ascribed to him. He was missing in action.
One of the great tragedies of journalism is that New York Times, Washington Post and other liberal reporters and broadcast outlets were banned from traveling to Chicago to write or produce in depth news articles, etc., on Barach Obama while he was running for president of the United States.
Dozens of sources who knew intimately of Obama's time as a parishioner at Rev. Jeremiah Wright's church and his life in South Chicago were conveniently ignored. Donald Trump the candidate and president? Well that's fair game.
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