The Gun, It Smokes

Wolfram and Hart’s new partners*
*Hat tip: James Wolcott

We know now that there was indeed knowing collusion with the Trump Campaign and Russia:

I’m not sure that Clown Prince Uday understands what he just did, and I sure as hell doubt that his lawyer suggested this.

Brother Charles Pierce has an eloquent take. Required reading.

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6 Responses to The Gun, It Smokes

  1. Ana Navarro said “this boy was dropped on his head”. I find myself amazed that he is stupider than his father….

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  2. Hahaha I have been howling at this. I almost want to yell STOP TALKING at him, but hey, that’s his lawyers job.


  3. moeman says:

    Great link to Charlie’s great read.

    Also,too, funniest thing I saw today was that the nothingburger was made with mos-cow.


  4. another kiwi says:

    I did not wake up today thinking “this is it, this is the Great Unravelling” but, by jingoes, it is. Mr Pierce at his best in the linked story.

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  5. Redhand says:

    No wonder Trump finds it impossible to “confront Putin” about Russian interference in our election. These swine actively encouraged it

    After this, the Trump name will be synonymous with treason, even more so than Benedict Arnold or Guy Fawkes.

    I wonder if Donald Trump Sr. is too stupid to realize this. Apparently so, according to his article in the WaPo:according to his article in the WaPo:

    Trump continues to view the Russia controversy as an excuse used by Democrats for losing an election they thought they would win — and an attempt to undermine the legitimacy of his victory, aides said. They said that the president’s frustration is based on the media coverage of his son’s actions, as opposed to the actions themselves.

    “He just looks at this as the continuum of taking a group of unrelated facts and putting them together in concentric circles and saying, ‘Aha — look what happened!’ ” said Thomas J. Barrack Jr., a longtime friend of the president who was chairman of the Presidential Inaugural Committee. “With Don Jr., whatever set of facts there are may not lead to the conclusion that the establishment media is making.”

    The proof of collusion is right there under his nose, and he refuses to see it. The problem for this POTUS-POS is “the media coverage of his son’s actions, as opposed to the actions themselves.”


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