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Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Sanders is the voice Trump needs

Like many people, I suspected Sarah Huckabee Sanders was just a nepo hiring as a favor to Governor Huckabee. Boy, was  I wrong.

And I am happy to be wrong.

She pushes back twice as hard against the most Foul, Unfair, Biased And Ridiculous reporting ever.

That FUBAR reporting has been stuck on Russia since the election as the press cannot accept the fact that we elected Trump president.

She unloaded on them on Friday. She unloaded on them at Tuesday's news briefing.

Here is Tuesday's spanking:
QUESTION: Sarah, according to the Washington Post, the president tried to change the narrative of what went down in [inaudible] meeting with the Russian lawyer. Can you address that story and tell us did the president really try to do that?
SANDERS: Look, the statement that Don Jr. issued is true. There's no inaccuracy in the statement. The president weighed in as any father would, based on the limited information that he had.
This is all discussion, frankly, of no consequence. There was no follow up. It was disclosed to the proper parties, which is how the New York Times found out about it to begin with.
The Democrats want to continue to use this as a P.R. stunt, and are doing everything they can to keep this story alive and in the papers every single day. The president, the American people, they voted America first, not Russia first. And that's the focus of our administration.
QUESTION: Can you clarify the degree to which the president weighed in?
SANDERS: He didn't -- he certainly didn't dictate. But, you know, he -- like I said, he weighed in, offered a suggestion like any father would do.
QUESTION: I will follow up on that. Was he aware at the time that Don Jr. had had a meeting that was based on the pretext that he would be promised information that was negative about Hillary Clinton when he suggested that the statement only say that the meeting was primarily about Russian adoption policy?
SANDERS: Like I said, the statement that was issued was true and there were no inaccuracies in the statement.
I think what the bigger question is -- everybody wants to try to make this some story about misleading. The only thing I see misleading is a year's worth of stories that have been fueling a false narrative about this Russia collusion and based -- a phony scandal based on anonymous sources.
And I think that is -- if we're going to talk about misleading, that's the only thing misleading I see in this entire process.
You guys are focused on a meeting that Don Jr. had no consequence, when the Democrats actually colluded with a foreign government like Ukraine. The Democrat-linked firm Fusion GPS actually took money from the Russian government while it created the phony dossier that's been the basis for all of the Russia scandal fake news.
And if you want to talk further about a relationship with Russia, look no further than the Clintons. As we've said time and time again, Bill Clinton was paid half a million dollars to give a speech to a Russian bank, and was personally thanked by Putin for it.
Hillary Clinton allowed one-fifth of America's uranium to -- reserve to be sold to a Russian firm whose investors were Clinton Foundation donors. And the Clinton campaign chairman's brother lobbied against sanctions on Russia's largest bank and failed to report it.
If you guys want to talk about having relations, which you seem obsessed with doing, look no further than there.
If you want to talk about somebody who's actually been tough on Russia, look at President Trump. He wants more fracking, more coal, more energy, a stronger military, a stronger defense. Those things aren't good for Russia.
I think the distinctions are very clear and you guys want to create a narrative that just doesn't exist.
She did an excellent job.

President Trump is turning the ship of state around, very, very quickly. The Russian story collapsed. It turns out the Democrats colluded. They hired Fusion GPS -- which is tied not only to the Russian government, but the Communists running Venezuela as well.

I have told readers to hang in. Continue to do so. Washington DC is collapsing on itself. This won't affect your life much. The government will continue. But the rats and cockroaches who feed off that government are about to melt down.

Might happen this year. Or next. Or after the 2020 election.

But we voted for Trump to grab them by their eyeteeth and shake some sense into them.

Tillerson's doing that at the Department of State.

Pruitt's doing that at the EPA.

Now Sanders is doing that with the press.

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  1. I'm not sure you can shake any sense into them. I prefer the General George S. Patton, Jr. method: "We're going to hold him by his balls and we're going to kick him in the ass:" - Elric

  2. You wrote the same thing about Spicer and Scaramucci.

  3. The above may be preparing the ground for some special counsel going the other way. We need some major Democrats doing the perp walk. And that includes the journalists that abet them in their collusion with foreign interests for personal profit.

    1. Bring it on! Lots of accusations out there. Bull_ talks but lawsuits walk. However, the only lawsuits I see these days against the media are the ones being leveled against Fox News ... and so far, Fox News is losing badly.
      See you at Trump's Cheer Me Up rally in W.Va. on Thursday.

  4. About the nepotism bit. Can you imagine how effective Reagan's press office would have been with Maureen in charge of it? It would have been the most kick-ass thing you've ever seen. Sometimes a little nepotism can go a long way. It also means automatic skin in the game.

    In certain kinds of organizations it's a bad thing. If you are going to say you are against it you need to be consistent. My dad was the founder of his group. His kids were older than those of his partners. When we got old enough he wanted to give us jobs in his organization to give us work experience. The partners said no, that's nepotism. We missed out. Then when those partners' kids were older, where were they? You got it. Given jobs in the organization so they could get work experience. And those partners never seemed to remember what they had said only a few years before. You can imagine my level of respect for them.

  5. Sarah's a hottie with a 'tude. Give her the job. She's got kids and that makes her totally qualified to deal with the WH press pool. Gawd, remember Jen Psuki? Check out her Wiki photo with Kerry and the Rooskies. Commie much, Jen? And her sidekick, the completely clueless Marie Barf? Ol' #JobsForISIS. Utter incompetence celebrated by the Obama buttlickers. Talk about JV team.

  6. Sarah reminds me a lot of my wife, as
    a younger version.. Personality and looks.. she handles the monkey poo thrown at her and Trump with grace and that attitude. BTW the press handled 0 and the H-Liar with velvet lined kid gloves. It is refreshing to see some one
    who stands up and throws it right back..
    TG McCoy

  7. She is the right person at the right time. Just like PDJT. She is giving the press a proper schlonging.

    1. Which it's been needing, and is now getting.