Last week, CNN’s Jake Tapper slammed GOP Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, over a number of Trump’s past stances, concluding that the RNC had no ground to call James’ Comey a ‘liar.’ Comey, who is now on a mainstream media anti-Trump media blitz attempting to hock his new anti-Trump book, has made claims that Trump’s hands really are small and that he fake tans (within his book).
The RNC has fought back claiming that Comey has frequently lied to the public. Recently, he even retreated on his anti-Hillary email scandal sentiments as a way to help boost book sales.
During the interview, Tapper went nuclear on McDaniel who staunchly supported the President and RNC’s successes in the improved job market, depleting of ISIS, and heightened economy. In doing so, Tapper unleashed a storm of Trump’s past statements, including his stance on vaccines.
“this is a man who’s said that thousands of Muslims were cheering from New Jersey on 9-11, Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination, that President Obama was not born in this country, that 3 to 5 million people voted illegally in the 2016 election, that he had the largest inauguration crowd ever, and that vaccines cause autism.”
It has been well over a year since Trump announced he’d be putting together a vaccine safety committee, which he assigned Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to lead. However, there has been little to no movement since the announcement, leading many to believe that mandatory vaccines are simply another prominent deep state agenda item. Or, that Trump simply hasn’t cared enough to follow through with it. What goes on behind the scenes isn’t something us little people will ever fully have clarity on.
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