The mainstream media continued its non-stop obsession with President Trump and his administration this week, pushing crazed conspiracy theories for months including a new “bombshell” report from the Washington Post that details Trump’s scandalous candy preferences.
The Post took some time from its never-ending conspiracy theories surrounding Russia’s attempt to steal the 2016 presidential race from Hillary Clinton to focus on yet another scandal surrounding the White House: The President’s preference for Starburst.
In an exposé published Monday, the left-leaning newspaper shed groundbreaking new light on Trump’s preference for cherry and strawberry flavored Starburst candies; the chewy, square-shaped sweets.
“President Trump and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) were alone in the presidential suite on Air Force One, flying east toward Washington in early October, when the president reached for a handful of Starbursts, the fruit-flavored, box-shaped chewy candies,” writes the Post.
“But instead of unwrapping all the treats, the president was careful to pluck out and eat two flavors: cherry and strawberry,” the author adds.
“A bit later, a couple of his aides saw me with those colors and told me, ‘Those are the president’s favorites,’” McCarthy told the paper.
Even liberal reporters on social media were quick to point out the absurdity of the Post’s article, saying, “This Starburst thing doesn’t seem that crazy. People have favorite Starburst flavors. http://wapo.st/2mFLcbQ .”
— Ben Dreyfuss (@bendreyfuss) January 15, 2018
COLLUSION: Mueller Hires ANOTHER Democrat for Trump-Russia Witch Hunt
The special counsel in charge of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory witch-hunt has hired yet another democratic donor to spearhead the investigation; raising the number to eight individuals who had previously given money to prominent liberals like Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama.
According to Reuters, New York defense attorney Greg Andres has joined Mueller’s task force charged with probing the Trump campaign’s alleged ties with Russian government officials.
Federal Election Commission filings show that Andres gave nearly $4000 to the democratic party, including $2700 to help NY Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s campaign in 2017.
The Daily Caller also reports that Andres’ wife, Ronnie Abrams, is a federal judge appointed by none-other-than former President Barack Obama back in 2011.
Robert Mueller has come under fire for hiring left-leaning, democratic donors to help run his investigation of the Trump administration. The President and other GOP lawmakers are calling on Mueller to step down from the probe over these conflicts of interest, as well as his close relationship with former FBI director James Comey.
“I can say that the people that have been hired are all Hillary Clinton supporters, some of them worked for Hillary Clinton,” The President said during an interview in late June. “I mean, the whole thing is ridiculous if you want to know the truth.”
h/t Daily Caller
CONSPIRACY: GOP Lawmakers Says FEDERAL CONSPIRACY to Prevent Trump Presidency
As the GOP chorus calling for the removal of special counsel Robert Mueller continues to grow, one Republican lawmaker took his fight against the Department of Justice one step further, saying there was a widespread conspiracy throughout the federal government to “prevent” Donald Trump from taking the Oval Office.
Following recent revelations of widespread anti-Trump bias throughout the FBI and senior agents discussing an “insurance policy” should Trump win, GOP legislator Jim Jordan believes the federal government was intentionally working against Donald Trump’s bid for the White House during the 2016 election.
“I think they were putting together a plan to stop Donald Trump from being the next President of the United States,” said Jordan.
“From what we learned several weeks ago, that they paid for the dossier. I believe that fake dossier was used as the basis to get warrants, to now what we’ve learned about Peter Strzok […] Everything points to the fact that there was an orchestrated plan to try to prevent Donald Trump from being the next President of the United States,” he added.
Peter Strzok and other FBI officials made national headlines earlier this month after the public release of private text exchanges, where senior bureau agents were secretly sending anti-Trump messages to others involved in Robert Mueller’s investigation.