On Sunday, Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner asked the perfect question to those who believe both, that there was collusion and that Jared Kushner had a secret back channel with Russia.
“If it’s true, wouldn’t that signify that there was not collusion?” she asked the former advisor to President Bill Clinton, Doug Schoen on the “Fox Report.” “Why would you need a back channel with the Kremlin if, in fact, you already had several established?”
Her common sense question was a eureka moment for many on social media.
— AppSame (@AppSame) May 29, 2017
@AppSame @HARRISFAULKNER @jaredkushner @bfraser747 @Lrihendry @steph93065 @FemalesForTrump @nytimes @washingtonpost Harris just destroyed the Trump/Russia collusion lie with a jackhammer.
So tomorrow expect @CNN breaking news:
Kushner leak story debunked
— PlayTheTrumpCard (@PlaysTrumpCard) May 29, 2017
— cheyenneoh (@cheyenneoh) May 29, 2017
— Deplorable Ross (@J_RossMcPherson) May 29, 2017
— ShantyIrish👌2Scoops (@aShantyIrish) May 29, 2017
— Red (@lionelredbird) May 29, 2017
— Simon Vouet (@simonvouet1) May 29, 2017
@PlaysTrumpCard @carrieksada @HARRISFAULKNER @jaredkushner @bfraser747 @AppSame @Lrihendry @steph93065 @FemalesForTrump You’re asking common sense questions! That’s a form of micro/macro/white privilege/snowflake whatever. Calling the ACLU! Pay 4 my college
— Hank Rearden (@dontevereadonme) May 29, 2017
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