SteveFoerster wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 07, 2018 11:35 am
Milo wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:31 am
So, you take the word of a politician that another politician is crooked?
Isn't it just as likely, given what you say here, that the politician saying this is the crooked one?
But it isn't both for so many.
For them the mantra is that all politicians are utterly corrupt stops as soon as a Republican makes a statement against a Democrat. At that point; any weasel worded, hyperbolic accusation is treated as completely truthful and motivated by only the most noble impulses.
Let's take the article above:
"Mark Meadows, R-N.C., told Fox News"
"According to the Hill report"
So, we have a Republican oriented news outlet and Republican Congressperson saying they have evidence of potential wrongdoing by the Clintons.
IOW, the article means exactly nothing. It''s actually utterly transparent in its agenda. Only someone who has it in for the Clintons in the first place could read that and think there was anything more than cheap political shots at play. Doc seems to think it's something else though.
And it's a very consistent pattern for our Republican friends on here.