Paul Ryan sees no evidence FBI spied on Trump campaign

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As usual, RK is clueless on this topic.

  • He doesn't understand the significant differences between a spy and an informant
  • He completely misunderstood what Trey Gowdy said. Of course RK did, because he idolizes Donald Trump and thinks the pathological liar in the White House is a pillar of morality.
  • RK is also clueless that the majority of opposition to his hero is not based upon policies, it's based upon conduct in office and a total lack of character.
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@CriticalThinking wrote:
  • We have both Trey Gowdy and Paul Ryan stating the FBI did NOT spy on the Trump campaign.
  • On the other side, we have Fox Propaganda and Trump saying they did. 

Who do you believe? Do you believe the pathological liar in the White House or do you place more trust in Trey Gowdy and Paul Ryan?


Apparently there is the point of a "spy" technically being involved with a foreign nation. On the other hand "inside informer" seems like it might work in this case.

 

Then there are the words of Gowdy (who the left used to call Howdy Gowdy but have now found to be a new BFF) - “and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump”.  If it has nothing to do with him, what is the Mueller investigation all about? And why are they focusing on the President and his past associates?

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@angeleyes64 wrote:

It's about time he got some guts and acts like a grown man doing his JOB. If he does nothing else right now he can at least be an American who loves his Country and helps it and not the Party.


What has any of that to do with the FBI spying on the Trump campaign?

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  • We have both Trey Gowdy and Paul Ryan stating the FBI did NOT spy on the Trump campaign.
  • On the other side, we have Fox Propaganda and Trump saying they did. 

Who do you believe? Do you believe the pathological liar in the White House or do you place more trust in Trey Gowdy and Paul Ryan?

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It's about time he got some guts and acts like a grown man doing his JOB. If he does nothing else right now he can at least be an American who loves his Country and helps it and not the Party.

Live For Today, No One is Guaranteed a TOMORROW !
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Ryan is retiring and has lots of incentive (his legacy) to tell the truth about Trump. This should make Trump very, very nervous.   

 

Ryan (R-Wis.) said he thought “Chairman [Trey] Gowdy’s initial assessment is accurate.” He was referring to last week, when Gowdy (R-S.C.), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said on Fox News that “the FBI did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do” in investigating information alleging certain Trump campaign advisers had suspicious ties to Russia, “and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump.”

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/paul-ryan-splits-with-trump-says-no-evidence-fbi-spied-on-p...

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