David Harsanyi is posing the uncomfortable questions that the Hillary cheerleader media are trying desperately to avoid. Such as:
If it was “treason,” as some Democrats claimed, for Donald Trump Jr. to have a 20-minute, go-nowhere meeting with a Russian lawyer because she hinted at having damaging information on Hillary (she didn’t), then why is it not “treason” to pay a firm millions to purchase dubious dirt on Trump from Kremlin-linked sources, disseminate it to the media to tamper with the election, and lie about your involvement for a year?
And how can the Democrats be pushing the “Honest Ads Act,” a bill stuffed with fines and regulations on websites that convey “fake news,” when they were secretly behind what may be the worst “fake news” scandal in US history? It was a piece of fake news that wasn’t just aimed at tampering with a democratic election, but may have been used as justification for the government to spy on American citizens.
It just goes to prove the wisdom of the old political rule of thumb: Be very skeptical whenever a politician uses the word “Honest.”