Bill Still Seems to think so, and he corroborates his claim in the second video . . .
Yesterday 73-year-old incumbent populist Miloš Zeman won another 5-year term as President of the Czech Republic.
In a Trump-like victory, polls had predicted Zeman’s defeat by several percentage points, but in the end, Zeman won a 3-point victory.
Zeman noted that his nation would welcome Ukranians fleeing war because of their cultural similarity, but his nation’s doors would remain closed to what he called “………”
In another similarity to the Trump campaign, Zeman was known for straight talk and open sniping at journalists. In what appears to be the new leftist theme worldwide, Zeman’s opponent tried to claim that Russia was supporting the rightist candidate, Zeman, and trying to defeat the leftist.
That’s about as logical as the American version of that argument – that Putin tried to defeat Clinton after paying her hundreds of millions of dollars after she gave him the Uranium One deal. Or that Putin supported Trump whom they knew would ratchet up military spending.
Only the pure desperation of the Democratic Party could possibly continue to try to make advantage out of President Trump’s decision yesterday to terminate FBI director Comey. Everyone feared him. Everyone wanted him gone.However, if everyone would simply read the last half of the letter sent by the new deputy Attorney General, Rod J. Rosenstein, to Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions. Rosenstein has only been in the job since April 25th. He recommended Comey’s firing. Sessions sent his letter on to President Trump along with a shorter one of his own.
Rosenstein’s letter lays out an iron-clad case to the point where no reasonable person would question it.
What the Democrats count on is that only a small percentage of the population would actually read this relatively short letter. Therefore, as a public service, we will read – not the entire letter – but only the last page and a quarter – a grand total of 673 words.
Again, this is the new deputy Attorney General, Rod J. Rosenstein, writing to Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, laying out his case. Sessions, then agreed, wrote a short memo to President Trump, and forwarded this recommendation on to the President.
In all likelihood, this is only the beginning . . .
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Bill Still continues his coverage of Trump’s transformation of America. Check out how many world leaders Trump as already contacted. Most presidents in the last 50 years haven’t filled all of their cabinet positions until March or April. Trump will hit the ground running with as many of the 4,700 staffers his administration requires as he can.