The mainstream media, along with seemingly every big government-loving liberal across the land has been desperately groping in the dark for some sort of connection between President Trump and Russia, hoping that such collusion would make way for an impeachment.
One particular ray of hope the left thought they had was a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and Russians back in June 2016, believing the get-together was about digging up dirt on Hillary Clinton. Trump Jr. claimed it was to discuss the Magnitsky Act which was legislation to punish Russian officials responsible for the death of Russian tax accountant Sergei Magnitsky in a Moscow prison in 2009. Russia responded by prohibiting adoption of Russian children by U.S. citizens.
Well, much to the chagrin of liberals everywhere, the evidence does indeed point to Trump Jr.’s claim being the truth.
According to Newsmax, Documents provided to CNN back Trump Jr.’s account — and that of Jared Kushner — that the meeting was insignificant and a waste of their time.
An attorney for the Russian billionaire who requested the meeting provided the documents to CNN, and suggested the mixup originated with the publicist who brokered the meet and greet with Trump Jr., Kushner and other members of President Donald Trump’s campaign.
The attorney, Scott Balber, told CNN that the publicist, Rob Goldstone, “probably exaggerated and maybe willfully contorted the facts for the purpose of making the meeting interesting to the Trump people.”
“The documents … are consistent with my client’s understanding of the purpose of the meeting which was from the beginning and at all times thereafter about her efforts to launch a legislative review of the Magnitsky Act,” Balber told CNN.
Will there ever be enough evidence for the left to accept that President Trump did not have any sort of help from Russia to win the election?
Is there ever going to be a time when they just accept that the reason they lost the election is because they picked the most unlikable candidate possible with policies that are super bad for Americans?
Probably not, but boy they’d certainly be exercising some wisdom if they did.