The Last Trump: Lies, Hypocrisy and Deja Vu. (from the Evangelicals’ choice).

Vice-president Mike Pence used a personal email account to discuss security issues as governor of Indiana and was hacked last summer, it was reported on Thursday…
…The revelation comes after a bruising election campaign in which Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state was a recurring theme. Commenting on an FBI investigation last September, Pence told NBC’s Meet the Press that the Democrat was “the most dishonest candidate for President of the United States since Richard Nixon”.

But now it is his own email system under scrutiny.

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And déjà vu from the Trump camp after the recent “resignation” of Michael Flynn.

US Attorney-General Jeff Sessions has removed himself from an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, following revelations he twice met with the Russian ambassador and did not say so when pressed by Congress.

Earlier, Mr Sessions had denied meeting Russia’s US ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, during the presidential campaign, despite the Justice Department saying two meetings took place.

“I have not met with any Russians at any time to discuss any political campaign and those remarks are unbelievable to me and are false,” Mr Sessions said earlier.

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and where/when will it end?

President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was with Gen. Michael Flynn when he met with the Russian ambassador during the presidential transition, making him the latest figure to receive scrutiny for unreported contacts with the diplomat.

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Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. For what fellowship has righteousness with lawlessness? And what communion has light with darkness?

7 thoughts on “The Last Trump: Lies, Hypocrisy and Deja Vu. (from the Evangelicals’ choice).

  1. I get so tired of people answering to these kinds of subjects with the likes of insisting Trump won. Or, as Trump likes to insist, Hillary lost. No kidding? Duh. That’s a diversionary tactic.

    I tuned into CBN tonight, because I’m with my mother. That joke of a jerk (Pat) characterized the Russian issue as a matter of whether or not Trump could have won without Russia’s help.

    He won; get over it, Trump fans. ‘I think he would have won without Putin and Wikileaks meddling (but not without Trump signaling white supremacy). Yet, since when is winning all there is?

  2. Yet, since when is winning all there is?

    To some people that’s all that matters, so any path to “winning” is acceptable to them – hence drug cheats in the Olympics.
    Trump’s rhetoric has a win at all costs angle, and to him its the winning that’s most important.

    Therefore he speaks about it being time for America to start winning wars again – as if THAT is more important than preventing the need for wars.

  3. That was an intriguing article/opinion. Reminded me of a satirical article I shared with my mom recently. Maybe I’ll share it here. First, though, I want to share this (which I found, of course, after reading the one you shared). I’ve been thinking about the fact we had fake news before this election cycle and administration. However, I never thought I would say it in an interesting way… still figured I’d get around to it.

    I think this puts it well:

    And, here is some balance. But it doesn’t compare to a million people dying.

  4. From the NYDailyNews article in your opening post:


    In addition to attending the Republican National Convention [where the Republican Platform was inexplicably and suspiciously changed to favor Russia with regard to Russian aggression in Ukraine], [Russian Ambassador (and likely spy) to the U.S.] Kislyak was also at Trump’s inauguration and was photographed on the floor of the Capitol just prior to Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.


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