Monday, June 19, 2017

All the Senatorial Hypocrisy You Need in One Bite-Size Piece #News #Politics

© Aaron Bernstein / Reuters

House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes has urged Washington to stop pursuing false accusations of US President Donald Trump’s ties with Russia and concentrate on solving more pressing issues for the country.

RT:  ‘Stop chasing Russian ghosts’: Nunes insists no collusion between Trump and Russians

So far the Rockhouse is liking his words because we're just as fed-up as he with chasing Russian ghosts which never existed in the first place.

“And what happened to me? All the major papers in the country did a total character assassination on me. Why? Because I was telling the truth, that there was never any collusion between Donald Trump and the Russians,” Nunes said, as cited by Politico.

- RT

Welcome to the Swarm Effect as it's not just Facebook.

Among other things, the House Intelligence Committee chair urged his fellow Republicans to more actively promote their health care overhaul, stressing that before doing so “we have to stop chasing Russian ghosts around the closet and actually get to real work.”

- RT

So far he's still straight-up.  The Rockhouse doesn't like what he does but respects the fact he feels the need to do it rather than wasting time jacking around.  Why he feels the need to do it is, as yet, unfathomable and we will not speculate at this time.

He was doing fine and then did a swan dive with a sizzle in his twizzle as he went head-first into the meat locker.

The House Intelligence Committee chair also said that the US mainstream media should take part of the blame for the shooting at the congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia last week.

The attack “didn’t surprise” him, Nunes said, because “every night there’s a news story that runs that… has something in common. It’s anti-Trump, anti-Republican, and promotes this nonsense that you’re seeing with protesters everywhere. And they continue to promote it, which continues to promote violence.”

- RT

Hot tip:  psychopaths are born defective and, amazingly enough, they didn't learn it from the New York Times.

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