Content originally published at iBankCoin.com It was a gigantic nothing-burger in that nothing was said that could be construed as 'bad' for the President. Democrats and deep state shills are angered by the lack of disclosure, the cadence of some voices, even the body language -- reading into things that were perhaps ...
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It was a gigantic nothing-burger in that nothing was said that could be construed as 'bad' for the President. Democrats and deep state shills are angered by the lack of disclosure, the cadence of some voices, even the body language -- reading into things that were perhaps not there. Nevertheless, tomorrow is the Comey show and judging by his prepared remarks, there might be some red meat for the left to chew on soon.
Granted, none of this is 'smoking gun' quality evidence -- but perhaps enough to distract the American public from John Podesta's affinity for pizza and the sudden murder of Seth Rich, none of which have been adequately explained.
Here are the Comey remarks, who paints a picture of President Trump subtedly cajoling him to be loyal and perhaps drop the Flynn investigation.
JUST IN: Comey's opening statement for Senate Intel tomorrow: "The President said, 'I need loyalty, I expect loyalty.'" pic.twitter.com/NRJWo4gi3j
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) June 7, 2017
This just about sums up the day, with the first video highlighting a CNN panel of leftists, triggered because nothing was said today that could potentially impeach the President. They viewed today's hearings as 'painful' to watch and 'stonewalling', when in reality mostly all hearings of this sort are exactly the same. I don't know what they expected to get from these hearings. Perhaps they wanted the fake news words in the Washinton Post acted out on television, like one of their Broadway plays? In the real world, these hearings are nothing more than red herrings.