CNN Accuses Americans of Lacking Focus Over Russia Investigation Jeopardy Question
If you hadn't figured it out by now, the Russian investigation is pretty much a bust. Rumors of Russian collusion have been going on since the moment Trump cast the pantsuited she-beast back to the other-dimensional hellscape of her origin. Still, the lefties have yet to turn up a single piece of solid evidence condemning the Orange One.
In fact, CNN is so desperate to keep the Russia narrative alive, they're dissing Jeopardy contestants, and by extension America, for not caring enough about Trump/Russia. For reals:
CNN is a little shocked and alarmed that supposedly smart people don't know their Russia-Russia-Russiagate trivia. Don't they have CNN on their TV for six Russia-packed hours at a time? America lacks "focus" on CNN's obsessions.
On Friday afternoon's Inside Politics, host John King gently mocked the intelligence of Jeopardy contestants who couldn't answer a question about Michael Flynn making a plea deal. It was the $1,000 question in the "Recent Stuff" category
And I'll take Russia meddling for a thousand, Alex. Only the smartest of the smart get to be on Jeopardy, right? So what does this little exchange last night say about the nation's focus, or lack thereof, on the whole [Robert] Mueller Russia meddling and collusion investigation?"
Well, apparently we're supposed to care about this Russia business. CNN and the left expect us to take them at their word when they say Trump is a double-secret Putin pal who wants to remake 'Murica in Mother Russia's image.
Yeah, we're not buying it, no matter how many times those CNN buttpuppets repeat themselves.
By now, the left has investigated everything except Trump's colon. They've turned up nothing but fictional tales of Russian hookers' pee-pee and back-channel communications between the Russkies and Barry Big Ears. Us folks aren't about to waste our time obsessing over a nothingburger.
You'd think by now the left would try attacking the Trump from a different angle. But, the Russian saga goes on and on: