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MSNBC’s O’Donnell: Trump Is ‘Russian Operative’ Who Nominated Grenell At Putin’s Request

Seems like just a bit of a stretch…

John Salvatore



It seems as though liberals in the mainstream media have quickly shifted back to Trump/Russia talk after failing to impeach the duly-elected president of the United States for being such an evil human being.

After two years of investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which turned up jack squat and cost the American taxpayer millions of dollars, lefties like MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell are giving a whole new meaning to if at first you don’t succeed, try again.

And why? What’s the point? America’s enemies fear her once again under Trump’s leadership, the economy is thriving in a way the country has never seen, and unemployment is at record lows across the board.

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But none of that is good enough for Democrats.

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From Fox News:

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s greatest achievement was turning President Trump into a “Russian operative” decades after the fall of the Soviet Union, MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell argued on Thursday.



O’Donnell appeared pleased that Iran retaliated against American troops after Trump gave the order to take out the world’s number one terrorist, Qasem Soleimani.

Of course, Soleimani was only number one because Trump had already taken out ISIS leader Abu Bakr-Who-Gives-A-Damn-He-Dead-Now.

Check out O’Donnell, via Daily Wire:

On Tuesday night, the Pentagon confirmed that more than a dozen ballistic missiles were launched against U.S. military and coalition forces in Iraq from inside Iran, hitting at least two Iraqi military bases at Al-Assad and Irbil, which host U.S. military and coalition personnel.

In the midst of the attacks, left-wing MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell celebrated the hits from Iran apparently as a strike against President Donald Trump.

After Trump decided to name German Ambassador Richard Grenell to the post of acting director of national intelligence, former Obama lackey Susan Rice decided to give her two cents.

In typical liberal fashion, she showed no remorse for the man who would be the first openly gay person to hold a cabinet-level position.



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The complex investigation into the Capitol riots continues to surprise us.



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Let’s just hope the government doesn’t try to temper our grand reopening.



Americans may very well be on the precipice of a great reopening, and the latest figures from the federal government seem to suggest that the time is nigh. There’s nothing quite like a global pandemic to offset economic growth, particularly when that pandemic arrives in the form of a highly contagious disease that shuts down almost the entirety of the service industry, along with sports venues, concerts, and even city council meetings.  This economic impact is certainly the most obvious, but for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction:  As Americans stayed home, they saved money.  That means that, when the economy does reopen, We The People will be raring to go. The effects of this pop could be enormous.  The end of the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic was the catalyst for the “roaring twenties” – a period of unmatched American prosperity and decadence. Now, judging by the numbers we’re seeing this week, a new economic boom might be right around the corner. The number of Americans filing for first-time jobless aid last week fell to its lowest level since the COVID-19 pandemic erupted in 2020, a sign layoffs are easing as the economy recovers. Some 547,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in the week ended April 17, the Labor Department said Thursday. That’s 39,000 fewer than the previous week and the lowest weekly number since March 14, 2020. About 133,000 others applied for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, a federal program for self-employed and gig workers. The latest jobless claims figure is far below the roughly 1 million weekly applications the nation saw in January. But it remains more than twice its pre-pandemic level of about 250,000, showing how much further the recovery has to go. The sky’s the limit at this point, as far as recovery goes; we just need…

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