Tuesday, August 01, 2017

It Looks Like Daddy Tried To Handle It ... And Effed Up


It appears that _____ knew about Junior’s meeting with the Russians a bit before he admitted to, because, during the G20 summit in Germany, _____’s advisors planned a way to respond to the news that Junior had met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign.

Really? So this mob family lied ... again?

But this is where it gets rich, because _____ and his advisors decided that Junior should release a statement in an effort to be transparent and truthful in case, you know, more details emerged that would make the whole bunch look like traitors.

But _____ changed the plan because his ego decided that he and only he could, and should fix the problem.  And so, on the flight home from Germany, _____ personally dictated the statement about Junior and the Russians—it sounds like a cartoon and I’m picturing squirrels—to discuss “a program about the adoption of Russian children.”

Daddy’s statement, issued to the New York Times as the Times was preparing its article, tried to play off the meeting as nothing much and “not a campaign issue at the time.”

That later proved to be a lie because, over the next three days, multiple differing accounts of the meeting came out, and Junior, trying to be transparent after the fact finally admitted that he had accepted the meeting because he was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton as part of a Russian government plot to help Daddy win the election.

And so now that we know that Daddy wrote the statement some of his advisors fear that _____, Junior, Kushner and others could be in legal jeopardy.

Could be? It certainly looks like some kind of cover-up since Daddy decided not to listen to anyone and draft his own statement on what happened ... even though he continues to allege he wasn’t at the meeting, didn’t know about the meeting, and the only Russians he ever met were Putin, and they just spooned, and the hookers who peed on him.

Okay, maybe, maybe, those last two are not entirely accurate.

The _____ team is running scared because now someone can claim _____ is the one who attempted to mislead.

Uh ... cuz he did.

Now, to be fair, and I’ll be fair even to ____, misleading—and that’s a polite word for lying—isn’t a crime, but it will make Mueller’s team did a little deeper, a little longer, and a little harder into this whole Russian mess.

And, for me, that’s a good thing.


Theresa Young said...

Some asshole is now trying to get rid of Mueller by saying his friendship with Comey compromises him. They seem to always try to throw a curve ball when the spotlight is burning "King George's" hair. Get a "yuge" prison cell ready and the all the mother (blank) up.

the dogs' mother said...

Once again, stunned at the lack of honesty.

anne marie in philly said...


Deedles said...

It's way pass time for this circus to leave town, or the planet. I'm concerned about anne marie's blood pressure, among other things!

Dave R said...

This whole family lies... it's so amazing, in fact I wouldn't be surprised if there's a daily contest to see who tells the best lie.

mistress maddie said...
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mistress maddie said...

I would agree about Anne Marie. Me Thinks I need to take the gal out for a few and let off steam. She melts butter these days just looking at it, lol.

What'd ya think tootes...you , me, some gins, good lighting... I'll even wear the tight shorts...it will all conspire for a day of enchantment.

anne marie in philly said...

oh cripes, my blood pressure (at last check in the MD's office) was 114/80. but maddie, yes, I would LOVE to see you. you have my e-mail and phone I believe. but I will PM you to make sure.

Toni said...

The saddest thing about this administration for me is that I am discovering I am capable of hate. That discovery makes me feel ugly.

Helen Lashbrook said...

I hate the sanctimonious rubbish pouring out of SHS's mouth; surely her daddy didn't teach her to lie like a pro?