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Seth Meyers Takes a Closer Look at the President and His GOP Allies Floating a Ludicrous Conspiracy Theory That Ukraine Interfered in the 2016 Election

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LeftyRambles2413 (HappyWarrior)11/26/2019 6:13:21 am PST

re: #108 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

In the end, I think the whistleblower might have refrained if Trump had not been so blatantly heavy-handed about the quid pro quo with Ukraine.

He could have easily built some layers of deniability into it, simply asking Ukraine to step up its investigations of corruption and perhaps mentioning that the Bidens might be worth looking into, etc, but he just just lean on Zelinsky like a mafia heavy.

Professional diplomats could not just sit idly by and watch him make such a mockery of diplomacy and so egregiously abuse his influence.

I dunno. I think the idea he cared about nepotism and corruption from the start was laughable. He again though provides the rope though. Trumpers should realize that he’s actually impeding their agenda by being a moron who only cares about him himself but Trumpers are even stupider than he is since they think “triggered libs” is good policy.