RED SCARE, leftist style: People talk at parties and forums, including senators and Russian ambassadors!

It's like the new Red Scare coming out of the Democratic leadership. Sen Schumer and Rep. Pelosi are asking for AG Sessions to RESIGN because he talked to a Russian ambassador while being a senator. 

Schumer sang another tune when Obama was president and AG Lynch met with Bill Clinton (just to trade recipes or something, on a tarmac). 

In the midst of all this Democratic Red Scare, I thought this was cute: A nice little hit job on AG Sessions, judging by the manner it was structured. The paragraphs below were saved for last in this story here
Flores has said the senator had "over 25 conversations (last year) with foreign ambassadors as a senior member of the Armed Services Committee, including the British, Korean, Japanese, Polish, Indian, Chinese, Canadian, Australian, German and Russian ambassadors.''
"He was asked during the (confirmation) hearing about communications between Russia and the Trump campaign — not about meetings he took as a senator and a member of the Armed Services Committee,'' she said.
Nothing of that context was mentioned in the beginning of the article, or the middle. In journalism, that's called bullshit. OK, it's bullshit anywhere. It is not objective reporting. It's burying facts. It's typical American left reporting.

Sessions has recused himself from probes into Russia over the alleged Russian hacks of the U.S. election (but voter fraud never happens). And then, there's this story: Exclusive: Two other Trump advisers also spoke with Russian envoy during GOP convention

Sessions was a surrogate of Trump, it's said. Well, he was an advisor. If it turns out that he did talk of Trump matters at an informal session of an event on the outskirts of the RNC, then we're talking news. If he didn't, then we're talking WASTE OF TIME.

Piling onto everyone in a Republican administration is what USA Today and most mainstream outlets do these days.


 - jR, aka AirFarceOne (Twitter)
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