What 3 Things Do You Trust MORE Than Obama’s Intel Agents & CNN?

Written by Wes Walker on July 19, 2018

Ever since the Press Conference in Helsinki, the usual suspects think they’ve got their ‘gotcha’ moment. Again.

They figured just because Trump had a public misstep, they had caught him with his pants down, so they threw everything they had at him.

Maybe they’ve never heard that line about ‘glass houses’ and throwing stones. They might want to look it up.

The people throwing the most rocks Trump’s way are the ones who can least afford to do so.

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Integrity and Reputation are the lifeblood of the News, the DoJ and the FBI.

News outlets that reduce themselves to unthinking lackeys who don’t care about facts become dismissed as irrelevant. That would explain CNN’s craptastic ratings. At this point, they’re doing well if they can finish ahead of Nickelodeon.

What about the Government agencies?

We’ve got McCabe, Brennan, Comey, Strzok, Page, Yates, and however many others who are either under a cloud, or gone. Not the rank-and-file investigators, but the Brass calling the shots, who should know better. We’ve got the IG reports. We’ve got evidence that the same people who laughed at Trump for saying he and his team were the subject of an investigation (he called it ‘wire tapping’) was right.

We later learned that his team actually WAS the subject of that kind of an investigation. And the reasons for that investigation being launched in the first place are looking increasingly shaky.

We’ll start the list off. Feel free to flesh it out with colorful and creative additions of your own. But what three things would YOU trust more than CNN and Obama’s flunkies?

A Venezuelan Economist

McDonald’s Salad

A discount Electrician

Scallops sold out of the trunk of a Buick in Phoenix.

Oprah’s Dietitian

An Ebola patient’s used needles.

The Rafts Cubans use to flee Castro’s government

Day-old Chipotle

A Driverless Taxi

A dating Service run by Stormy Daniels

The Democrats’ IT department

Robert DeNiro’s Therapist

Michael Jackson’s Plastic Surgeon

Facebook ‘Fact checkers’

or ____________?

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