Jun 10, 2017

Even Paul Ryan, Who Dislikes Trump, Sees The Left's Hypocricy

I am not one of his fans either, but destroying the nation in order to destroy Trump is the devil's work. Stop it!

Common Sense Commentary: Is it any wonder that sensible Americans have a great distrust for Liberals? There is no moral compass over there on the left side of the political,  social justice, and religious issues. How do you trust anything the left postulates when they embrace legalizing illegal drugs, aborting babies, same-sex marriage, penalizing Christians, and taxing the workers and producers to support the slothful, laggards, negligent, wasteful and spendthrifts? If that is not insanity, it is extreme wickedness and not to be trusted.  

Even Paul Ryan, who has fought this unusual President from the beginning, sees the injustice of the false accusations against Trump and his family. Wasn't it a NON-POLITICIAN, a plainspoken patriot, a business wise Washington outsider and a defender of the U.S. Constitution that we Conservatives voted for? Let this man, for whom America voted, be given some uninterrupted time to carry out his, and our hopes for our country. You mugger Liberals... put away your knives and club and play fair for a change. RB

This story is from Western Journalism

Ryan Defends Trump: ‘He’s New To Government’

House Speaker Paul Ryan defended President Donald Trump on Thursday when questioned about his meetings with former FBI Director James Comey, saying the president is “new to government.”
Asked about Comey’s testimony in which he stated that Trump sought “loyalty” and hoped the Michael Flynn investigation could be dropped, Ryan told reporters, “The president’s new at this. He’s new to government. And so he probably wasn’t steeped in the long-running protocols that establish relationships between DOJ, FBI and White Houses.”
Ryan added that Trump is learning as he goes.
“I’m not saying it’s an acceptable excuse,” he said. “It’s just my observation.”
The speaker also stated he understood Trump’s frustration with Comey’s decision not to tell the public the president was not the subject of an FBI investigation.
“I think people now realize why the president is so frustrated,” said Ryan. “When the FBI director tells him on three different occasions, he is not under investigation, yet the speculation swirls around the political system that he is, that’s frustrating.”
Comey confirmed in his opening statement for his Thursday hearing before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that President Donald Trump was not under investigation by the FBI.
In wrote in his May 9 letter informing Comey of his dismissal, Trump wrote “While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the Bureau.”
During Thursday’s hearing, Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., noted the irony that this vital piece of information was not leaked, given all the other leaks surrounding the Russia investigation.
“You know, this investigation is full of leaks left and right,” Rubio said to Comey. “We’ve learned more from the newspapers sometimes than we do from our open hearings.”
“Do you ever wonder why, of all the things in this investigation, the only thing that’s never been leaked is the fact that the president is not personally under investigation, despite the fact that both Democrats and Republicans and the leadership in Congress knew that, and have known that for weeks?” Rubio asked the former FBI director.
“I don’t know,” Comey replied, saying that the matters he briefed to the lawmakers of the so-called Gang of Eight are “pretty tightly held.”
Rubio also encapsulated the president’s interactions with Comey in three simple points:
“The president has asked you three things of you,” Rubio said. “Number one: be loyal. Number two: let the Mike Flynn thing go — he’s a good guy, he’s been treated unfairly.”
“And number three: can you please tell the American people what the leaders in Congress already know, what you already know, what you’ve told me three times — that I’m not personally under investigation.”
Comey affirmed: “Those are the three things he asked.”
In earlier testimony, Comey also stated the president never asked him to end the Russia investigation.

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