There are two types of people in America who can turn anything into a hateful, vitriolic argument: Scorned women and democrats.
When it comes to the former, I will yield the floor to braver men than I.
As far as the democrats are concerned, however, I’ll gladly break down what I mean.
These liberal lunatics have taken a stance of overt and unwavering “resistance” against the President, no matter the subject. It’s the 5th grade “I hate you because I do” argument. It doesn’t belong in adult discussion, especially when things like healthcare and the economy are on the line, but this is the reality we’re living in with these dimwitted democrats.
Now, as if we needed more more evidence of the obstructionist nature of the liberal left, prominent democrats are calling for one of the President’s tweets to be investigated by authorities.
Democratic lawmakers have accused the president of tipping off investors after they say he potentially leaked important data ahead of the monthly jobs report.
Now they’re calling on regulators to investigate what they call “a violation of federal guidelines.”
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., announced on Friday that she and two fellow senators, Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and Michael Bennet, D-Colo., had sent a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission concerning what they said were Trump’s “reckless comments on market-moving economic data prior to their public release.”
The offending tweet?
Looking forward to seeing the employment numbers at 8:30 this morning.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 1, 2018
Yes. That’s what the delusional democrats would like to have investigated.
Never mind the countless taxpayer dollars that would go in to such a probe. Or the man hours involved for which our already unpopular congress members will now have to divert from whatever “work” they are doing for us.
Warren’s assertions are the height of preposterous politics.
Her letter alleges that the “remark clearly implied that the employment numbers were positive for the administration and surpassed market expectations.” Warren said that markets reacted immediately.
The letter calls on federal regulators to open an investigation into what they say was “a violation of federal guidelines” and see if insider information was used to tip off any person or corporate entity, according to a press release from Warren’s office.
It wouldn’t surprise us to find out that this is nothing more than a “resistance” stunt by the democrats, intended only to add to their growing list of “reason” that the President is “illegitimate”.