..... the Trump complaint of being the target of a ‘witch hunt’ didn’t seem to work for him. He even launched a supportive TV ad ‘blitz’ days before this announcement.
“Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Tuesday that he will resign amid explosive personal and political scandals that marred his once-promising career in public office and threatened to drag down the Republican Party in the midterm elections. In a brief and defiant statement at the governor’s office, Greitens said his resignation would be effective on Friday at 5 p.m. “I am not perfect, but I have not broken any laws,” he said.—-
Frankly, I’m surprised to see this ‘creep’ resigning voluntarily. I expected him to ‘claw & scratch’ to hold on to his job as he had promised he would. Apparently now his career in politics is over.
The FBI has put out a WARNING about Russian Hacked Routers (so make no mistake about it, what ever they were able to pull-off in the 2016 Election DIDN'T END THERE...)
Meanwhile in MY State ...with the MID-Term Elections just days away...
I woke up this morning to the Most HORRENDOUS Hit-Job Advert about our long time Senator Bob Menendez I've ever seen!
In light of recent revelations of the co-ordinated HIT-JOB against Hillary Clinton in 2016, it's pretty easy to spot the strategy being spread across the United States targeting unwary voters who might very well choose to stay away from the polls on Tues. June 5th,
I went to sleep watching an ad for the Opposition spoken of in GLOWING Terms produced by the SAME Agent that had done the Hit-Job on the incumbent Democrat Senator that very morning...
It was unmistakable due to the slick presentation... They PLANTED The Thought first thing in the morning so you could mull over it all day, then tucked you in at night with a bedtime story about Your Rethugnican Savior.
IOW, anyone assuming 2020 will be a Democrat cakewalk instead of an uphill slog is in for a RUDE AWAKENING!
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