Monday, January 15, 2018

Liberal hypocrites still stuck on a word they all use to dump Trump

Hypocrites in the Democratic Party said Friday they will try to censure President Trump next week for saying something similar to what other presidents have said, like when President Obama called Libya a s**tshow

Or when Lyndon B. Johnson was asked why he didn't take a speech by Richard Nixon more seriously when he was Senate majority leader and Nixon was Vice President and responded, "Boys, I may not know much, bit I do know the difference between chicken s**t and chicken salad."

Or in 2003 when then Sen. John "Hair-plugs" Kerry told Rolling Stone about his decision to vote for the Iraq war, said, "Did I expect George Bush to f**k it up as badly as he did? I don't think anybody did."

Or in 2008 when former president Clinton was upset as Obama overtook Hillary in the primaries. He didn't know anyone could hear him, after an interview with a radio station in Philadelphia that put him on the defense over racial equality issues. Clinton said, "I don't think I should take any s**t from anybody on that, do you?"

So Rep. Cedric Richmond, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus that doesn't allow black conservative congressmen to join, and Rep. Jerrold Nadler, rank Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, said they're going to pursue the censure after the MLK Jr. holiday.

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