Trump Children Slandered By Chuck Schumer

Trump Children Slandered By Chuck Schumer

Trump Children Slandered By Chuck Schumer

On the day that God gave out moral fiber, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer must have been having his nose-hair styled. Schumer sees that the Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump is sinking faster than the S.S. Minnow. He is sticking his fingers in leaking holes and hoping that tall tales from John Bolton will buoy him until he can get safely to harbor. Schumer believes in saving himself first, so he slandered the Trump children and threw them overboard in his press conference today.

On Sunday, the New York Times published a leak from Bolton’s forthcoming book (I won’t name it here.) in which he alleges Trump told him he was withholding Ukraine aid for political reasons. You can read Deanna’s post about it here. Bolton also alleges that he though President Trump was “granting personal favors” to certain dictators. Here is the relevant passage:

John R. Bolton, the former national security adviser, privately told Attorney General William P. Barr last year that he had concerns that President Trump was effectively granting personal favors to the autocratic leaders of Turkey and China, according to an unpublished manuscript by Mr. Bolton.

Mr. Barr responded by pointing to a pair of Justice Department investigations of companies in those countries and said he was worried that Mr. Trump had created the appearance that he had undue influence over what would typically be independent inquiries, according to the manuscript. Backing up his point, Mr. Barr mentioned conversations Mr. Trump had with the leaders, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and President Xi Jinping of China.

Um. I don’t think that President Xi considers those trade tariffs a “personal favor”. Schumer is peeved a Joe and Hunter Biden for gumming up his Impeachment Trial, so he decided to take it out on the Trump children. The relevant portion is about two minutes and thirty-five seconds in to this video:

“Did the President have financial interests at stake when he was talking to Erdogan, Orban, Xi and others? Maybe his kids had some economic interests at stake?” How dare you slander the Trump children with absolutely no evidence, you walking, parasitic amoeba.

Remember when former Senator Harry Reid said on the floor of the Senate that he heard the Mittens Romney hadn’t paid taxes in ten years? Yes, a lie out of whole cloth. That is what Chuck Schumer just did to the Trump children.

Senator Rand Paul was on Fox News with Ed Henry while Schumer was speaking. When Henry cut back to Paul right after Schumer made the comments about unspecified Trump kids, you could literally hear the anger in Paul’s voice. He thinks the Trump’s should sue Schumer for defamation.

And, Schumer probably can be sued since he wasn’t speaking from the floor of the Senate. They probably won’t sue. I would like to see President Trump hit Schumer hard with the Twitter machine. The Trump family is maintaining their current contracts but not taking on projects. So go sit and spin, Schumer.

And, this is also another case of projection. Just because some Dem kids are cleaning up on their folks power, they assume everyone does it. Schumer has no morals or ethics by making this scurrilous charge on the Trumps.

This Impeachment Trial cannot sink fast enough. No matter how hard the Dems try to salvage this ship, it’s going down. The sick, pathetic Democrats are showing their backsides every time the open their pie holes.

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  • Harlan says:

    cryin’ chuck is evil. It doesn’t help his case that he actually LOOKS evil.

    Who on earth votes for evil?

  • Skillyboo says:

    This is a cut and paste from the Waterbury Republican American newspaper.

    Way back in 2016, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was leading “Drain the Swamp!” cheers at his rallies. He and his supporters understood that the massive, multilayered federal bureaucracy in and around Washington, D.C., as well as the extensive retinues of Congress members and top officials, were obstructing the United States’ economic progress and the people’s freedom. They were right. Unfortunately, the swamp remains undrained.

    Case in point: the John Bolton bombshell.

    Monday, The New York Times excitedly led its front page with a paraphrased synopsis of Mr. Bolton’s upcoming book about his time in President Trump’s White House. According to the Times’ report, Mr. Bolton – Mr. Trump’s national security adviser from March 2018 to September 2019 – wrote that the president “wanted to continue freezing $391 million in security assistance to Ukraine until officials there helped with investigations into Democrats including (presidential candidate Joseph Biden and his son, Hunter).”

    The key word in that quote is “wanted.” In what may be Mr. Trump’s strongest defense, in the end, he did not withhold the aid package, even though no investigation took place. If Mr. Trump “wanted” to delay the aid but released it anyway – despite not having received what he asked for in return – he’s guilty of a thought crime at worst. Such an offense does not warrant removal from elected office.

    Nevertheless, the Bolton revelation is viewed widely as a bombshell because he’s no Democratic Party operative. Indeed, Democrats have stymied his personal and public-service aspirations for quite a few years. In 2005, they blocked then-President George W. Bush’s nomination of Mr. Bolton to be ambassador to the United Nations. Mr. Bolton served from August 2005 to December 2006 as a recess appointee, but lacked sufficient Senate support to continue in the position. It’s inconceivable that he’s doing the bidding of Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.

    So, whose bidding is he doing? Apparently, his own.

    In typical swamp-creature fashion, he held up his bombshell until a few weeks before his book, scheduled for publication March 17, was to come out.

    That’s what an opportunist does. An honorable public servant, outraged by the actions of a high official, promptly resigns, while simultaneously delivering a detailed, public explanation of his reasons. Remember when U.S. Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus resigned from President Richard Nixon’s administration in October 1973, rather than comply with the president’s order to fire Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox? Remember when U.S. Department of Health and Human Services officials Peter Edelman and Mary Jo Bane quit in disgust after President Bill Clinton announced he would sign a tough welfare-reform bill in September 1996? Those public servants believed their presidents’ actions were harmful, even dangerous. And they didn’t wait until just the right moment to insert their literary monkey-wrenches into the gears of government – in short, to cash in.

    Last summer, Mr. Bolton risked coming off as a disgruntled former subordinate who had just gotten the ax. Now, he has the look of another swamp creature trying to transform his often controversial government service into riches. Add it all up and you get zero – that is, zero credibility

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