The Stupid Coup Commission: ‘It’s a no-brainer’ Says Expert

When former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) tells you something is a no-brainer, well, believe him:

“Absolutely, I mean he bears responsibility. I think his presidency was diminished as a result of this, and I think he’s paying a price. He’s been impeached twice. He was impeached for those actions,” said former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, who served as Trump’s ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, of his former boss to CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union.”

Brown, who said some of Trump’s foreign policy accomplishments and his response to the coronavirus pandemic “are by the wayside now” following the riot, told Bash that he supports an independent commission to investigate the events surrounding the attack.

“To have a commission like this to find out who was responsible, what went wrong, to make sure it never happens again, it should be a no-brainer,” he said.

I’m curious (not really) about what Brown thinks some of Trump’s foreign policy accomplishments and response to the Trump-Virus are. So you see what I mean, if Scott Brown says that a commission is a no-brainer, it really is.

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6 Responses to The Stupid Coup Commission: ‘It’s a no-brainer’ Says Expert

  1. roket says:

    Wow. Conservative principles. Pray tell, former Sen. Scott Brown, if you were a sitting Senator today, how would you vote?

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  2. Oneofthebobs says:

    There are so many no brainers in the Republican party.

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  3. glitterbug says:

    “ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa”
    That seems like a great gig! What did he do to get it?

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  4. CalicoJack says:

    I’m sure their viewership spiked right at the end of the segment as everyone’s friends tuned after being breathlessly called, messaged, and tweeted by those already watching. “Oh My lerd! Quick tune-in to CNN, Scott Brown is on!”


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