Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told everyone that President Trump was under investigation. Schumer didn’t realize that saying it a bunch of times doesn’t make it true!
Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassely dazzled Democrats with the truth.
According to Grassley, the FBI was not investigating President Trump in the Russia probe. That means the media and the Democrats both got it wrong! Their wild speculation and conspiracy theories ended up doing harm to the country than good.
They insisted that former FBI Director James Comey would never tell the President that he was not under investigation.
Much to the surprise of the mainstream media and liberals everywhere, Comey admitted that he had done exactly that.
Grassley took aim at the lying Senate Minority Leader:
“I have to note something else here; Mr. Comey didn’t just tell the president, Senator Feinstein and me that the president was not under investigation; he had also told the “Gang of Eight.” Of course, the “Gang of Eight” includes Senate Minority Leader Senator Schumer.
But even after Mr. Comey told the gang of eight that the president was not under investigation, the minority leader told the media that the president was under investigation and of course that further helped feed media storm hysteria.”
Grassley didn’t stop there! He reminded Americans about Schumer trying to delay the vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. Schumer claimed that the Senate shouldn’t vote because the President was under investigation, knowing full well that he wasn’t!
President Trump took joy in nicknaming Cryin’ Chuck Schumer. Now we can add Lyin’ Chuck to Schumer’s growing list of names.
Girls Just Wanna Have Guns reports:
Chuck Schumer tried to pull that move claiming Trump was under FBI investigation, but his plan didn’t to turn that fib into fact didn’t go very far.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley made damn sure about that!
In order to destroy a lie and a liar, you’ve got to tell the truth, so Grassley started his statement with the real facts.