The Mueller investigation is over, there is no Russian collusion, but despite every ridiculous thing the mainstream leftist media has done during the investigation, they still can’t seem to declare themselves guilty of propagating what was, in effect, a glorified biased rumor mill.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders appeared on NBC’s Today show Monday to discuss the conclusion of the Mueller investigation. Needless to say, co-host Savannah Guthrie attempted to place the blame of the ruckus it caused on Trump, but Sanders was having none of it.
“…for the last two years, the President has absolutely eviscerated Bob Mueller, a lifelong public servant, a former marine, a registered Republican I might add…Did Robert Mueller deserve better from the President than this kind of language and behavior?”
“Frankly, I think the American people deserved better. They didn’t deserve for the election of this president to try to be taken down – ”
“Wait,” interrupted Guthrie, “but the President’s rhetoric about a public servant doing a job.”
“Are you kidding! The President’s rhetoric matches, they are literally – the media and Democrats have called the President an agent of a foreign government, but that is an accusation equal to treason, which is punishable by death in this country,” fired Sanders.
Guthrie then asked Sanders if Trump owes Mueller an apology for bashing him while he was investigating him, but Sanders countered by pointing out that the leftist media was far more petulant then Trump, and that if anyone owes an apology, it’s the mainstream media.
“I think Democrats and the liberal media owe the President and they owe the American people an apology,” said Sanders. “They wasted two years and created a massive disruption and distraction from things that people – that impact everyone’s day-to-day life.”
Guthrie also went on to say that while Trump was cleared, he was not exonerated from the accusation of obstructing justice, to which Sanders corrected her that it is an absolute exoneration since you can’t obstruct something when there wasn’t anything to obstruct.
Guthrie, however, refused to acknowledge this, calling it a “technical legal argument.”