Dear friends, you’re going to have to continue having that good grip on your mind and what goes in it.
In the last week, the frenzy of insane, vituperative falsehood from the mainstream media (quick, somebody, think of something else to call them) has crescendoed. I don’t know how long they can keep it up, but however long it is, that’s how long you’ll have to mentally discount it and put it in its place.
The story burst across the Washington Post’s site today that “Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador.”
But, in short, Trump did no such thing. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who was at the meeting, says he didn’t. Since WaPo’s editorial position on McMaster has been that he’s a wonderful relief from the hideous nightmare of Michael Flynn, and that he’s a gratifying counterweight to, let’s be clear here, the unspeakable Steve Bannon, WaPo can hardly argue now that McMaster is non-credible on the issue.
Although it doesn’t even matter, because multiple officials have corroborated McMaster in asserting that Trump did not reveal highly classified information, the particulars of the story demonstrate that Trump did not reveal highly classified…