Obviously, credibility is an outdated concept when someone like Sally Yates is actually put on a show like “Meet the Press” and asked to weigh-in on questions that no serious journalist has any business asking her. At least not if they expect intelligent, reasonable answers.
Dan Bongino hit ’em right between the eyes when he tweeted …
Sally Yates signed a secret warrant to spy on the Trump team based on discredited, false information. She has ZERO credibility and she’s a co-conspirator in this scandal. https://t.co/e10scTYR9E
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) April 29, 2019
Clearly, anyone who still believes mainstream media retains a modicum of integrity is completely unaware of their surroundings.
The video clip in Bongino’s tweet above shows Andrea Mitchell, loyal attendant to failed queen-of-the-swamp Hillary Clinton, serving up lollipops to Yates, pandering to NBC’s desperate hangers on who want to still believe that there is something, anything President Trump may be guilty of.
The “Meet the Press” Twitter account posted …
EXCLUSIVE: Former U.S. Dep Attorney Gen Sally Yates says, “I’ve personally prosecuted obstruction (of justice) cases on far, far less evidence than this”@SallyQYates: “If he were not the president of the united states, he would likely be indicted on obstruction” pic.twitter.com/h4EMNKe2dc
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) April 28, 2019
Political commentator Mollie Hemingway ridiculed the interview in her tweet …
Not to distract from your shared hatred of Trump but please tell us you asked real questions about her involvement in disseminating and weaponizing the Russia Collusion conspiracy theory.
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) April 28, 2019
Many others have also wondered what the heck “Meet the Press” was thinking.
All points lead to Sally Yates being an integral part of the coup d’etat.
— Shockey Fork (@BornBlue2Bone) April 29, 2019
Sally Yates knows that she has pending legal difficulties for her misbehavior. She is trying to shift the focus. She needs to be locked up as co-conspirator in this coup attempt.
— Chris Maddix (@MaddixChris) April 29, 2019
AG Barr stated that he believes the Trump Campaign was spied on by the Obama Administration; now, he must investigate and given what we know, hand down indictments. Democrats want endless investigations for political gain, they need a shot of their own medicine. Cure the problem.
— Gary Pike (@garycp70) April 29, 2019
She can’t dirty up Barr. Horowitz & Huber have been investigating @SallyQYates for over a year. Tried to use the Logan Act against Flynn. Yates is a fraud. Lawyer up Sally. @mitchellreports it’s disgraceful that you are so biased you don’t even challenge her. #LaraLoganWasRight
— Jennifer Bick (@jennbick1) April 28, 2019
She’s about to answer for her lawlessness, and wants to make President Trump sound guilty of obstructing an attempted coup that she helped initiate! Save it for the Grand Jury!
— Sherry Hollenbeck (@winsum192) April 28, 2019
Tim Russert is rolling in his grave.
— DetroitMarc (@jiffypark1971) April 28, 2019
After the election, Trump called Andrea Mitchell “a PR person for Hillary Clinton.” Trump spoke the truth. Did you really expect that Mitchell, a Hillary booster, would ask Yates any incisive questions that would cast doubt on the Trump-stole-the-election-from-Hillary narrative?
— John Kinsellagh (@JohnKinsellagh) April 28, 2019
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