Wow. This CNN crash and burn just managed to get even more brutal/laughable. Here is CNN’s Van Jones (a man who remains very-very close to Barack Obama and who some have alleged was/is a primary recipient of leaks via Obama-appointed government officials) admitting the Trump-Russia story was bogus – even as he’s saying on-air at CNN that it’s a serious story!
Even his detractors were collectively stunned at how powerfully presidential Donald Trump’s address to Congress was last night. As some Democrats in attendance booed and gave the president repeated thumbs down, a nation nodded its approval. President Trump emerged bigger while Democrats appeared small, petty, and dysfunctional.
It was perhaps the single most remarkable presidential speech in a generation.
Making the moment even more remarkable was Mr. Trump’s ability to continue pushing for the very same America First agenda that both got him elected and created such opposition among the country’s far left. He hit on the goals of immigration reform, tax reform, a stronger military, expanding education opportunities for all, repealing and replacing Obamacare, and repeated calls for unity within the country.
It was a speech of such vast scope yet delivered with a calm strength, even some humor, that the president won gushing accolades from his supporters and grudging respect from his political enemies:
Not that some Democrats so out of touch and caught in a hate-Trump loop were yet aware of the moment happening all around them in real time. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was in particularly sour-faced form:
Old, tired, and bitter appears to be the face of the Democrat Party today.
Meanwhile, President Trump delivered what was perhaps the most touching testimony to a soldier’s sacrifice the American people have heard in some time. It came in the form of words directed to the widow of fallen Navy SEAL Ryan Owens. There has not been this kind of unifying applause within the halls of Congress for many years – and certainly not during the divisive administrations of Barack Obama and George W. Bush.