So, last year, Little Donny _____ Jr, along with _____ son-in-law Jared Kushner, and campaign chairman Paul Manafort, met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, in June 2016 during the election campaign.
At first they said the meeting was about a program that allowed Americans to adopt Russian children; Russia’s parliament voted to disband the program in December 2012 after the US Congress placed sanctions on corrupt Russian officials known as the Magnitsky Act. Veselnitskaya was involved in Kremlin’s efforts to kill the next iteration of the Magnitsky Act.
Little Donny said he did not know who he would be meeting with beforehand and described it as a “short introductory meeting” but, um, yeah, that was a lie we now know. Now, Little Donny is saying that he went to the meeting because the lawyer because she "might have information helpful to" his father's campaign.
Not at all about adoption.
Still, nothing wrong, really,: I mean, I imagine every campaign looks for dirt on the other side, but in light of the fact that we all know—and by “all” I mean anyone other than people in that family or that administration—that the Russians hacked, meddled, whatever, the 2016 to help _____ so the lie seems especially telling.
Even more so when you hear the _____ team of spokes-morons saying for months and months that no one from the campaign ever met with Russians regarding the campaign, and then find out that all sorts of _____ players did just that.
It appears Little Donny’s “little donny” was hard with excitement that he "was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton before agreeing to meet" with Veselnitskaya .
And after failing to ever mention meeting any Russians during the campaign, especially with the intent of asking their help against Clinton, now Little Donny has come clean and, like the rest of that family, lawyered up so, you know, if it looks like collusion, and smells like collusion, and involves a _____, who, at first, lied and lied and lied, well then there’s something there.
Lastly, because it’s really good, CNN’s Jake Tapper looked through the lies of _____ and Junior in regards to Russia, after Junior Tweeted this lie:
“Obviously I'm the first person on a campaign to ever take a meeting to hear info about an opponent... went nowhere but had to listen.”
Tapper showed a clip of Little Donny Jr. from last year feigning outrage over Democrats’ “exact moral compass [about Russia] I mean, they’ll say anything to be able to win this. I mean, this is time and time again, lie after lie ... It’s disgusting, it’s so phony—“
“That is quite a bit of moral outrage, from someone who, just weeks beforehand, had met with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have damaging information on Hillary Clinton.”
And then Tapper showed video of both Vice President Mike Pence and President _____ personally denying any involvement by their team with any Russian official, and Tapper reminded us of the “five former or current members of President Trump’s team [who] have not only had some contact with the Russians, they have lied, changed their stories, or not been forthcoming with information about those contacts with Russia;” people like former national security adviser Mike Flynn, Carter Page, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Jared Kushner, and, now, Little Donny Jr.
Tapper—and I love that it’s CNN who isn’t laying down to the _____’s given the president’s vendetta against them—ended with the one question that no one on the _____ can answer:
“If these contacts and conversations with Russians were so innocent as is being claimed, the obvious question: why so many lies about them?”
And that’s the killer; if you’ve done nothing wrong, while continually, blatantly, lie?
Oh yeah, it’s that family and that administration.