When Trump says the words “listen to” it doesn’t mean seek out, invest, spy, hire, pay for, phone, call me, meet with, email with, hack, conspire with, collude in, collaborate, or any of the other accusations the fake news is making. It also doesn’t mean he’s done it. If Trump heard of some illegal activity regarding a challenger, he would pass it on to the FBI to check out just as McCain did with the fake dossier coming from Russia “disinformation.” The double standard of the left is atrocious!
For instance, if Trump heard from any of the leaders of countries, that he routinely speaks with, that Sanders was involved in any illegal activity in their country; he’d listen and pass it on to the FBI as any responsible president would. Period. Done. Shut up media. That’s all he said! He didn’t say he wants countries to call him or he’s going to be spying on any candidates or he wants them to hack the DNC or he’s going to be seeking out this kind of information from other countries like the media is raving about. That’s what the left is guilty of doing, coincidentally. The spin put on this answer is reprehensible.
The shaking Pelosi and her cohorts are having a conniption over this flippant answer to a known Hillary-supporting Stephanopoulos’ question obviously intended to slip up Trump. She called it unpatriotic. The way the fake news adds to Trump’s dialog is diabolical and coordinated. There should be some sort of journalistic law against this, but Freedom of Speech protects them and the sycophant followers believe them. It should be renamed Freedom of Lies.
Journalists need to take off their biased hats and invest in a dictionary so they can understand Trump. They either have no comprehension skills, or they’re willingly ignorant in order to spread lies about Trump. And I think it’s the latter.
I saw the wide-eyed, drooling journalists right out of liberal college asking leading questions at Pelosi’s press conference. Is this now grounds for impeachment, Madam Speaker? Journalists, either get a dictionary or quit your job. You’re committing journalistic malpractice or career suicide. And consumers, just change the channel.