Rep. Scalise Defends Pres. Trump In Fiery Exchange With Fox News Chris Wallace

On Sunday Chris Wallace invited House Republican Whip Steve Scalise on to continue his attacks against President Donald Trump.

Don’t you love how the “news person” just talks over the answers when answers don’t line up his opinion and notes? Oh, and I call him a news person because there is no way Fox News Chris Wallace is a man. He’s more like a puppet if you ask me.

Wallace seems to operate under the theory that anything “unusual” must be criminal. It doesn’t matter that voters put Pres. Trump there to do just that. In our Democratic Republic, it is Wallace who is “unusual” in his thinking.

In the video below, Wallace tried to give legitimacy to this impeachment by not going after the real problem — the Democrats. He rarely questions their motives and holds tense exchanges with Republicans.

Here is an excerpt of what went down:

Wallace: First of all, a dozen people listened in on the phone call and a number of them were immediately upset because what the president said about Burisma —

Scalise: Those were Schiff’s witnesses.

Wallace: No, sir, they are career foreign service officers, and these are people who worked in the Trump administration.

Scalise: They are Schiff’s witnesses.

Wallace: Wait a minute, sir, you had a woman yesterday who was on Vice President Pence’s staff. She said it was inappropriate. Tim Morrison, who was on the NSC staff, who said that he — alarm bells immediately went off for him. Alexander Vindman immediately went to see — these are all people — you say they are Schiff’s witnesses, they all were working in the Trump administration.

Scalise: They were not all Trump administration folks.

Wallace: Are you saying that the person working — Alexander Vindman wasn’t part of the National Security Council?

Scalise: The inspector general said that the whistleblower had political motivations.

Wallace: We are not talking about the whistleblower.

Scalise did miss an important point. Wallace was grilling him about the administration’s desire to go after corruption but then pivoted to Trump’s call for an investigation, parroting the stupid Dem talking points claiming that Trump wanted to help his campaign by taking out former VP Joe Biden. Scalise should have asked Wallace how you’re going to uncover corruption without doing an investigation. And if that corruption involves someone representing the US government, all the more that it should be investigated

Democrats love to conflate disparate facts. For example, they take Trump’s general dislike of foreign aid, something he campaigned about reducing, and turn it into a refusal of aid to a specific country for nefarious reasons. If their base wasn’t so stupid or okay with this scam there could be no Schiff show.

Pres. Trump happened to watch the back and forth between Wallace and Rep. Steve Scalise and had this to say about the exchange:

Fox started it’s downward spiral when Murdoch’s sons took over and decided that Fox needed to become more MSM. That apparently triggered the never Trumpers within Fox to go all-out anti-Trump. Chris has led the way along with Napolitano and others.

Not only are the Murcoch’s sons progressive liberals, but they have gradually added progressive liberals into the mix and triggered latent progressives like Wallice and Napolitano to surface their biases.

That’s OK, Fox can do what it wants along with the biased MSM. It’s just too bad that there is no longer a conservative point of view other than a few on Fox like Hannity and a few others that still try to be fair despite the Murdoch son’s transition to an MSM progressive media.

In the end, they will lose their conservative viewers and end up below the Home and Garden Show with the other MSM media. Media that writes off more than half of their conservative viewers will become less influential as more Independents, conservatives, and Liberals decide not to tune in.

Meanwhile, alternative conservative media is on the rise for those wanting to see both sides and decide for themselves.

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