This Better Not Be Haga

A mysterious letter semi-surfaces, occasioning a cryptic comment from a Senator, who passed it to the FBI, who passed it to the White House....
Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) dismissed the controversy on Twitter.

“Let me get this straight: this is [a] statement about [a] secret letter regarding a secret matter and an unidentified person. Right."

7 comments:

E Hines said...

This is just the Progressive-Democratic Senator from San Francisco, Dianne Feinstein, jumping the shark. She's shown her truth with her responses, in her capacity as Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, to Kamala Harris' outright lie about a thing she claims Kavanaugh said and to Corey Booker's willfully unethical, if not illegal, behavior with Committee documents.

Her current innuendo is just her compounding her...error.

Eric Hines

raven said...

The many sexual escapades of the Dem politicians and connected associates, done without conscience , remorse, or consequence, seemingly with complete disinterest on the part of the press, have pretty well worn out the usefulness of that particular brand of slander.

Ironically, the very characteristic that made sexual misconduct accusations such a effective tool, which is the fact that everyone understands it instinctively, has been dulled by the onslaught of sexual explicitness in virtually every field controlled by the left-they have blunted their own sword.

Aggie - said...

Did she get it from her driver? Just curious.

Assistant Village Idiot said...

Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.

Aggie...+1

MikeD said...

It's haga.

Grim said...

I have a feeling that "This better not be Haga!" is a phrase I'm going to be using a lot in the future.

Tom said...

I guess I'll have to watch that movie again in the near future.