The Trump family is tired of being victimized for years by Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, the fake news media, and the Deep State. Oh, and Sally Yates, the entire Justice Department, and the FBI, too.
The Deep State is going down, bro.
That was Donald Trump Jr.’s take during a Saturday evening appearance on Fox News with Jesse Watters, in which the two grown men took turns yelling about conspiracy theories and justice and irony. At one point, crazy–eyes Junior, who runs the family business and is supposed to be separated from the goings–on of President Trump’s political administration, said the Nunes memo is “a little bit of sweet revenge.”
“There is a little bit of sweet revenge in it for me, and certainly, probably the family, in the sense that if they wouldn’t have done this, this stuff would be going on,” Don Jr. said of the memo and the perceived Obama/Clinton Deep State war against his family. “This would be going on at the highest levels of government. They’d be continuing to do it to my father, trying to undermine his actions.”
Just ponder for a moment, Don Jr. said, if George W. Bush had done this to Obama! (For fun, here’s a link to Junior’s dad tweeting the claim that “an extremely credible source” told him Obama’s birth certificate was a fraud.) Just imagine how incredibly successful the Trump administration would have been in its first year in office if it hadn’t been for those darned Democrats and their meddling Mueller investigation.
“Imagine how effective he can be, given the year he’s had, without this cloud over his head,” Don Jr. said about a president who’s spent just shy of 100 days at golf resorts during his first year in office. “So, I want them to come, but come to a conclusion already, because you’ve been looking for two years, you’ve come up with nothing other than their own nefarious [pronounced “KNEE-farious”] actions and their own collusions. They’ve come up with nothing. So, at this point, you gotta come to something. Just come to something.”
It sounds like someone’s a little anxious about what that “something” might be. Are you sure that’s what you want, Don?