With all of the Trump-bashing, there seems to be an element missing: the truth.
What the liberal media and Democrats want you to think is that all of it is 100% illegal and treason- some even going as far as to say it’s “worse than Watergate”. What they aren’t telling you, however, is the truth: it’s not illegal and anybody else would have done the same thing. Judge Jeanine Pirro knows a lot about the law and the Truth, and she just put the Democrats in their place.
Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro defends Don Jr. and calls out the Democrats for being completely two-faced. She revealed, “there is no law that says a campaign cannot accept information from a foreign government.” See the full video below:
“AS SOMEONE WHO’S RUN FOR OFFICE FIVE TIMES, IF THE DEVIL CALLED ME AND SAID HE WANTED TO SET UP A MEETING TO GIVE ME OPPOSITION RESEARCH ON MY OPPONENT, I’D BE ON THE FIRST TROLLEY TO HELL TO GET IT,” AND THEN ADDED, “AND ANY POLITICIAN WHO TELLS YOU OTHERWISE IS A BALD-FACED LIAR.”
The liberal media loves to trot the headline: “According to this rule, this was illegal and is therefore treason. Impeach Trump!” But they forget to inform the American people that any contribution from another government for influence in an election is illegal, but only if the receiver uses it. Don Jr. agreed to the meeting. So did Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner. They said what the Russian lawyer had was hogwash and utter nonsense. Merely a meeting that was agreed upon and then useless.
Let’s remember, people: during the October month, after the Trump campaign dropped a bomb on the Clinton campaign, the next day the Clinton campaign had the secret footage of Donald Trump years ago saying vulgar things. Now we aren’t defending what he said. But to think the Clinton campaign “just so happened” to have that tape when a leak busted on them would be naive. Judge Jeanine is right. Any campaign or politician that said they wouldn’t meet for information on their rival is a liar and the mainstream media is being the biggest one currently.
Source : subjectpolitics.com