Daniel Dale’s article for CNN is titled, “Fact check: Trump falsely claims Democrats’ letter made threat to Ukraine.”
First of all, the whole premise of this article is wrought with bias and inaccuracies.
His article is not a “fact check,” it is an opinion piece, and a biased opinion piece at that.
Dale claims, “We fact checked Trump’s claims about Biden and Ukraine here.”
This statement is either a lie, or they are admitting they looked into Biden and Ukraine and they are just ignoring Biden’s illegal activity there.
Let me conduct my own “fact check” for a minute here.
Joe Biden is on video proudly admitting he threatened the Ukrainian government!
Joe Biden lied about his communications with his son about his son’s “sweetheart” deal with a Ukrainian gas company. Joe Biden said he “never” discussed this with his son, although his son has said they did.
A picture with Joe Biden, his son, and executives from the Ukrainian gas company has surfaced.
But even after all of this, CNN chooses to pursue President Trump for possibly doing what Joe Biden has already been proven to have done.
All you can do is shake your head.
The “biased, liberal propaganda, fake news media” is not even concerned how slanted and unfair it looks anymore.
These media outlets are just simply co-conspirators in perpetrating these endless hoaxes on the American people in an attempt to take down President Trump.
Dale immediately proclaims the letter from the democrat senators is, “a request, not a threat.”
Dale’s article does not even provide the letter for us to read on our own and make our own determination…, but I will.
Dale claims, “The 2018 letter from Sens. Patrick Leahy, Dick Durbin and Bob Menendez did not include any threat at all, about US assistance to Ukraine or anything else; it did not even mention US assistance.”
How else would Mr. Lutsenko “take” this letter, if not as a threat?
What are three US senators doing writing him an official letter anyway?
Has a US Attorney General ever received a letter from members of a foreign government suggesting what they should do?
Nowhere in The Constitution does it say that Senators are to communicate with foreign governments regarding investigations of any kind. In this case, the now debunked Mueller investigation.
These senators are most obviously operating outside of their constitutionally dictated areas of responsibility.
“The Senators’ letter was written in response to a New York Times report that the Ukrainian Prosecutor General was considering not cooperating with the Mueller Probe out of concern that President Trump would cut off aid as punishment.”
Ha! And we all know that New York Times articles are always accurate!
Please see my numerous blogs on The New York Times commenting on the contrary.
The democrats have a bad habit of justifying their actions based on articles in The New York Times…, that they have planted there themselves!
Like I said, “These media outlets are just simply co-conspirators in perpetrating these endless hoaxes on the American people in an attempt to take down President Trump.”
The senators wrote, “If these reports are true, we strongly encourage you to reverse course and halt any efforts to impede cooperation with this important investigation.”
What would you understand the words “we strongly encourage you” to mean?
Again…, how else would Mr. Lutsenko “take” this letter, if not as some sort of threat?
Perhaps we should contact Mr. Lutsenko and ask him how he took the letter?
The only reason we wouldn’t hear about Mr. Lutsenko’s feelings is if they failed to go along with the narrative being pushed by the democrats and the fake news media.
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