The other day, Donald Trump invited Russia into the Presidential race.
Russian hackers have already exposed over 20,000 emails from the DNC, and they haven’t been pretty. They’ve exposed the DNC trying to silence negative coverage of Hillary. They’ve exposed the DNC conspiring to create false information about Trump to release to the press. It’s shown staffers mocking a black woman’s name.
And my favorite: they complained about the hosts on the MSNBC show Morning Joe referred to the Democrat Primary as a “rigged system” in favor of Hillary. Of course, other emails showed the DNC conspiring against Bernie Sanders – moreorless proving their point.
Recently, Donald Trump said that if the hackers are still digging, he hopes they find the 30,000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server. So do I.
But liberals were outraged – presumably because they know it’ll indict her further. And Harry Reid has a brilliant solution; withhold information form a President Trump.
Via the Federalist Papers
Just hours after Donald Trump’s genius move – making a comment that Russian hackers should find Hillary’s deleted e-mails – Harry Reid said the GOP nominee should be given “fake” briefings.
Trump’s press conference totally blew the convention out of the media water, sucking all of the energy out of the spectacle. It was a great and well-timed comment, both drawing attention to the scandal and reminding Americans that Trump is as spontaneous as he is irritating to the establishment.
But the Senate minority leader didn’t see it that way. It seems the dementia finally made its way to the core critical thinking portion of his brain.
“I would suggest to the intelligence agencies, if you’re forced to brief this guy, don’t tell him anything, just fake it, because this man is dangerous,” Reid told the Huffington Post. “Fake it, pretend you’re doing a briefing, but you can’t give the guy any information.”
“Fake it, pretend you’re doing a briefing, but you can’t give the guy any information.”
Yes – he wants to give the Commander-in-Chief of the United States inaccurate information. What could possibly go wrong there?