Politics is politics, but undermining the commander in chief at times of heightened military concern is a whole other story.
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy turned to social media to go after President Donald Trump before a classified briefing Wednesday at the White House on the very real threat of North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, referring to the event as a “100 days photo op.”
“On board the bus to the 100 days photo op/North Korea briefing,” the Connecticut Democrat tweeted:
On board the bus to the 100 days photo op/North Korea briefing. pic.twitter.com/v3Mg7yqrdX
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) April 26, 2017
While Murphy may have taken issue with having to ride a bus, the fact remains that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell asked the Trump administration to brief the upper chamber on the crisis, saying from the Senate floor that “the president graciously agreed to do it down at the White House.”
Murphy likely took his cue from Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Democratic minority leader, who took to the Senate floor to call into question just how “serious” the briefing might be.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 26, 2017
This growing practice by Democrats of putting party before country in their Trump derangement may come to represent a much greater danger to the United States than a fat little dictator half a globe away.
…meanwhile, the lives of millions of people in several allied countries remain at risk.
One thing is certain, with the attitude Murphy displayed going in,there wasn’t much chance that he would be positive afterwards. Instead, he doubled down on his attack on the administration:
— NPR (@NPR) April 26, 2017
Low information supporters — see Democratic voters — ignored the facts and followed Murphy’s lead to blast the president:
— Sandy Anderson (@sander3997) April 26, 2017
Of course, until the country starts labeling actions such as this for what they are, anti-American behavior, it’s likely to continue.
Fortunately, social media users see the light… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— Karen Myers (@KarenMy89957831) April 26, 2017
@dcexaminer . This congressman is not taking national security seriously. I hope his home district is taking notice.
— Tom Desrosier (@tgdesrosier) April 26, 2017
@dcexaminer Tells the American People a lot about who the dems really are…communists
— Kenneth C Damschen (@Sonorandesertra) April 26, 2017
@dcexaminer Coming from dummies who think they protect us by giving enemies pallets of cash, feckless sanctions & just believe what terrorists say. ?
— Ivan Z. Encelewski (@iencelewski) April 26, 2017
@dcexaminer Must have been confused which administration, this is 2017, not 2009-16.
— James Sisco (@SiscoJames) April 26, 2017
— rcardone (@car_done) April 27, 2017
— Kathleen M. Mays (@KMcMays) April 27, 2017
— sandy (@Andysmelon) April 27, 2017
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