Audience LOLs when GOP Senate candidate in Virginia states that Donald Trump is standing up to the Russians.

By |2018-07-23T11:03:27+00:00July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , , , |3 Comments

Courtesy of The Hill:

Republican Senate nominee Corey Stewart (Va.) was interrupted by audience laughter during a debate on Saturday after saying President Trump “stands up” to Russia.

Stewart, the controversial chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, was participating in a debate against incumbent Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.).

He was attempting to attack Kaine’s responses to acts of Russian aggression during the Obama administration, such as when Russians shot down an aircraft over Ukraine or invaded Crimea.

“We have a president who is standing up to the Russians,” Stewart said.

He was met by loud laughter from both the audience and his opponent.

In light of Trump’s incredibly embarrassing joint press conference with Putin in Helsinki, it is almost impossible to believe that anybody would say such a stupid thing out loud and NOT expect to receive laughter from an audience. 

Essentially you would have to be suffering from severe and irreparable brain damage not to realize that Donald Trump is Putin’s poodle and that he will do essentially everything his handler demands of him until he is forcibly removed from office. 

So why would the good people of Virginia want to elect a Senator with such a poor grasp of reality? 

I think Tim Kaine has this in the bag. 

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  1. Anonymous July 23, 2018 at 5:43 am

    This guy should hit the comedy clubs with that act.

  2. anon July 23, 2018 at 6:56 am

    “Trump’s turn toward Russia is indefensible. I am a lifelong Republican. I have campaigned and won as a member of the party, and I have served more than one Republican president. My Republican colleagues — once rightfully critical of President Obama’s engagement strategy with Russian leader Vladimir Putin — have to end their willful ignorance of the damage Trump is doing both domestically and internationally.”

    ‘We must put aside the GOP label, as hard as that may be, and demonstrate the leadership our country needs by calling on the president to step down.” < Says different!
    'former NJ Governor Christine Todd Whitman, who called on Trump to resign after the press conference in Helsinki”'

  3. anonymous July 23, 2018 at 6:59 am

    ‘“Here’s what I do know. I know that Putin, with people in his country and in Europe, uses money all the time to create leverage. That’s a standard operating procedure for Vladimir Putin. And he’ll do things like — I’ll give you an example. When was I an ambassador, he decreed while I was there, that if you are a Russian government official, you’re no longer allowed to have assets abroad. You have to sell your assets in London and the French Riviera and New York. He made that decree.”

    “But then in individual conversations Putin would make a special deal and give allowances to some people to keep assets abroad.”

    “Well, what did he just do there? He created leverage. And you’re dependent and beholden to Vladimir Putin. He does that all the time. I don’t know if that happened with the Trump Organization and the family, but that’s a tactic that I’ve seen time and time again.”
    “It was the most cynical, crass, ridiculous thing and our president needs to understand that,” McFaul added.

    He also commented on the fact that Trump seemed to agree with Putin’s ideas about the U.S. not protecting its NATO allies, another indication that perhaps Putin has leverage over Trump and is influencing his policies.”

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