DNC Deputy Chairman says Trump Colluded with Russia, Immediately Retreats

The Socialist, Muslim DNC Deputy Chair, Keith Ellison (D-MN) appeared on CNN this morning with a fairly obvious agenda. He was looking to attack the President, in an effort to undermine his administration and continue to wreak havoc with our political processes in D.C. Apparently, the Democrat Party has decided that since they have no new ideas, no new leaders, and continue to lose election after election, all they have left is personal attacks and conspiracy theories.

For example, while speaking on CNN Ellison slandered our President and argued that he colluded with the Russian government to fraudulently win an election.

Keith Ellison: “This is stunning when you think about it. Far worse than Watergate, when you believe a hostile foreign power engaged in an attempt, and with the collusion of the sitting administration to manipulate an election.”

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Alisyn Camerota: “Well you don’t know that. You said there was collusion, but there is NO EVIDENCE that there was collusion.”

Keith Ellison: “I’m not saying there was collusion, I’m saying those meetings indicate that there could be, and I think that needs to be investigated.”

Wow. That was quick, Keith. One second lying about the President committing a crime, the next second saying you weren’t saying that at all. Thankfully, Ellison ran into someone on CNN today who would at least offer a little pushback to his ugly lies.

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