Senator Ran Paul (R-Ky.) went on Fox News and said there is “no evidence” the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians, no accusation of any crime involved, and that the story is “built upon a huge myth.”
Can you hear Rosie O’Donnell’s heart breaking?
“It’s sour grapes over the election,” said Paul.”The whole Russia thing I think has been propagated by people who are upset they lost the election. … I don’t think
“The whole Russia thing I think has been propagated by people who are upset they lost the election. … I don’t think there’s been any facts presented that anybody broke the law.”
“Not only is there no evidence that the Trump administration or campaign was connected to Russia or committed any crime — no evidence at all of committing a crime – there’s not even an accusation that I know of, of what crime would potentially be committed.”
“So all this breathless talk about people, there’s a lot of hypocrisy going on.”
Correct Rand Paul. It’s all a disgusting partisan display – by both sides to be fair but way more on the left, they are just unreasonable.
“Many of these Democrats, including Chuck Schumer, said they lost confidence in Comey a long time ago. Hillary Clinton’s been blaming Comey,” Paul said.
“They should be thanking President Trump for getting rid of Comey because he politicized something that may well have had something to do with Hillary Clinton’s [election] loss.”
Right again Rand.
“So, I think it’s a lot of crocodile tears and a lot of people saying, you know, they were for getting rid of Comey too but now they’re going to say it’s all about this Russia investigation, which hasn’t produced one iota of evidence that anybody did anything wrong or broke the law.”
Co-host Ainsley Earhardt asked, “The senators and congressmen that we have been interviewing this morning all say the same thing, there’s no there there. Why, when you talk to Democrats, do they still believe that there’s collusion?”
“It’s sour grapes over the election, Paul responded, “the whole Russia thing I think has been propagated by people who are upset they lost the election. They’ve sunk their teeth into something where they think they’ll eventually find something.”
“But everything is built upon a huge myth, as far as I’m concerned,” said Paul.
“I don’t think there’s been any facts presented that anybody broke the law,” he said. “And yet this goes on and on, the clamor now for a special prosecutor and all of this, a special investigation. No, I don’t think there’s any evidence that anybody broke the law.”
H/T: World News Politics