On Wednesday, Donald Trump once again attempted to distract from that “leaked” Russia “FAKE NEWS” those evil liberal scumbags are talking about by attacking “Crooked Hillary” for all those evil things she “may” have done.
“Why aren’t the same standards placed on the Democrats. Look what Hillary Clinton may have gotten away with,” Trump tweeted. “Disgraceful!”
Why aren’t the same standards placed on the Democrats. Look what Hillary Clinton may have gotten away with. Disgraceful!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 12, 2017
Apparently, The Donald is getting nervous in the wake of his son admitting to treason on Twitter, having shared his entire email exchange with the scumbag who acted as an intermediary between him and a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer with whom he met hoping to get information about Hillary Clinton.
Though Trump Jr. denies actually receiving any information, his dad tweeted about Hillary Clinton’s emails directly following that meeting.
Trump’s tweet may seem nonsensical, but it makes sense to hold both parties to the same standards. Hillary Clinton, for example, was forced to endure years and years of bullsh*t investigations (all of which cleared her) simply because conservatives hate her. It’s only fair that Trump endure investigations because of actual, literal collusion with one of America’s enemies.
You’ve gotta love the phrasing, though — “may have gotten away with.”
Naturally, Americans once again showed Trump that they are smarter than his moronic, meth-mouthed, white supremacist followers:
Dude, are you out of your goddamn mind? Your son committed treason.
— Geraldine (@everywhereist) July 12, 2017
The funniest part is his supporters who call all the proof of Trump’s collusion w Russia (which was leaked by his SON) #FakeNews
— William LeGate (@williamlegate) July 12, 2017
‘I did something wrong but they did something wrong’ is a terrible excuse. That’s what a child would say
— Edward Hardy (@EdwardTHardy) July 12, 2017
It is 245 days since the election. You won. Why are you still talking about Hillary Clinton?
— Morten Øverbye (@morten) July 12, 2017
Because you’re the actual president, you big tube of ass flavored Pringles.
— Bird Peterson (@birdpeterson) July 12, 2017
Do you ever get tired of projecting your inadequacy on Hillary Clinton. The election is over. You stole it. Deal with the consequences.
— Brandon Cloud (@theclobra) July 12, 2017
U r being held to presidential standards, dude. If ya don’t want that to happen, I know 65+ million people who’d be fine with u jumpin ship
— Allison Piwowarski (@allisonpiwo) July 12, 2017
Your son’s actions aren’t “Fake News” just as your treasonous crimes aren’t “Fake News”. The faster this country learns this the better.
— Michael Roffman (@michaelroffman) July 12, 2017
When Gore was approached w/something on Bush from outside he contacted the FBI. He didn’t meet, he knew better. Ur running a sham operation
— TheMannSeñoraHombre (@TeriannMann) July 12, 2017
This is somewhat of an admission of guilt dude.
— Renee Hooray (@ReneeHooray) July 12, 2017
You also eviscerated @HillaryClinton every chance you got. The irony is, everything you accused her of are your crimes, not hers. Resign.
— Lesley Abravanel (@lesleyabravanel) July 12, 2017
— Patti McBride (@ReelDancing) July 12, 2017
So you’re saying Jr should be subject to an investigation or seven?
— Dr Nick (@NichSmith) July 12, 2017
It’s as if Mad King George of England had Twitter and his country got to watch him go nuts and lose America in real time
— ITMFA (@mariancole) July 12, 2017
— ArmchairWarrior (@CrumbyVh) July 12, 2017
Things are going to get very bad very quickly for Trump — and, unfortunately, our country as we wait for Republicans to finally put country over party and get him out of office.
At this point, we don’t know how deep into the administration the corruption runs. It’s not enough to simply impeach Trump and replace him with one of his co-conspirators. We as Americans need to demand that this entire administration be removed. It hurts to say it, but the only solution is an unprecedented one: a new election.
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