Despite his tortured logic climate change “skepticism,” the New York Times and supposed liberal-leaning corporate mouthpiece, MSNBC, feel the need to give conservative columnist Bret Stephens a platform. In my opinion, Stephens is nowhere near as interesting as Steve Schmidt or even Max Boot. As you can tell, he’s not my favorite “conservative.”
Still, it’s refreshing to see another notable conservative with a national platform publicly break with Trump.
Recently, Steve Schmidt made headlines for renouncing the “indecent and immoral” Republican Party, and calling for a Democratic Party takeover of government, now Bret Stephens is amplifying the chorus of dissent against the party that props up the world’s most prolific con-man by stating, “There’s a reason Republicans are called the ‘stupid party.’”
Stephens was reacting to the fiery House hearing with FBI agent Peter Strzok, the Republican’s distraction du jour against Robert Mueller’s investigation into the GOP standard bearer’s treasonous conspiracy with hostile foreign autocracy to ensure Putin’s puppet “wins” the presidency.
As such, Stephens agreed of the House hearing was a ridiculous show for the easily-duped Republican base.
Stephens said, “The idea there was a bias at the FBI toward Hillary Clinton is simply refuted by the fact that the FBI was the one agency of government which played a decisive role in getting Donald Trump elected,”
He then noted that, like many other Republicans who now praise Twitler like schoolgirl’s with a crush, even Mike Pence, now Trump’s most obsequious servile sycophant, once had disparaging remarks for his master Trump during the Republican primaries.
Stephens added, “You know, our friend on this show, Dan Senor, tweeted about a year ago that as late as February or March of 2016, a certain Indiana governor was saying to him that Donald Trump must not be allowed to become the nominee of the Republican Party…
So, if Vice President Pence is allowed to have that bias up until march of 2016, why is agent Strzok not allowed to have it up until the summer of that year? I can name dozens of prominent Republicans, including people who then are now serving in this administration, who thought exactly as agent Strzok did throughout the 2016 election. Maybe they should step down from office.”
Watch the interview below:
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