Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
It's almost like there's a whole faction in our government that cares more about tearing down Trump than they do about the law, our national security, terrorist attacks, or... well... anything at all.
Or, you know, almost nothing like that.
How else would you describe someone leaking information about intelligence sources in the ME to the public, out of a belief that it was some kind of horrible violation of national security for the president to pass that same information on to a foreign counterpart in a private (supposedly) secure conversation about that intelligence and how to act on it?
The mental process one has to go through to do that is pretty amazing. It's on the same level as someone believing that a given brand of food product is not healthy, so they put poison in the food on the supermarket shelves to "raise awareness" of the problem. That's normally considered pretty freaking insane, right?
That's the mindset that's at work here.
You sound like you are describing the republicans when Obama was president, though.
I'm sorry. Could you point out where conservatives leaked classified information in some kind of attempt to paint Obama in a negative light? And where the media, instead of condemning such a thing, joined in the bashing of Obama based on it?
That's some serious derangement right there.
I agree, that was some serious derangement you posted. But most of us knew you were deranged anyway!
Great. So you can tell us all what facts support the notion that the Trump administration was in collusion with the Russians? Funny that no one seems to have anything solid to support any of this. It's all innuendo, suspicion, allegation, and rumor. Someone claiming something doesn't make it true. Increasing the number of people repeating something also doesn't make it true. It just makes it a well repeated lie.