Trump’s intern and future dog walker for plagiarist Melania Trump, Chris Christie, has been so royally screwed by Trump that he might need a VD test. Passing on the Governor of New Jersey for VP, Trump made it clear that he’s the only deceptive and bombastic a-hole that deserves all the attention. Perhaps feeling bad for the corrupt governor who has created the worst poverty in decades, Trump gave his fellow blustery bully a speaking spot.
And what did Christie do with his speaking opportunity? Well, what he always does, that is, sound like a guy who screams at a 14-year-old umpire at a little league game. Oh, and made up a gazillion lies while trying to look like a Jersey tough guy.
Perhaps not getting the memo that last night was the night in which chicken-sh*t Republicans brazenly pander to the defense sk*nks and exploit people’s fears, Christie spoke at great length on national security issues. That’s quite interesting considering that Christie is perhaps the most unqualified person to speak on national security matters next to Rudy Giuliani.
Christie called the Iran deal the “worst nuclear deal in history,” and, being the good Trump lap dog that he is, claimed that America “is less safe” because of it.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 20, 2016
Well, some really smart and credible generals in the military who actually served might disagree with the blob of buffoonery.
A year ago, three dozen retired generals and admirals released an open letter supporting the Iran nuclear deal and urged Congress to do the same.
Calling the agreement “the most effective means currently available to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons,” the letter said that gaining international support for military action against Iran, should that ever become necessary, “would only be possible if we have first given the diplomatic path a chance.”
Read the entire open letter here
But let’s all listen to the guy who shut down a major bridge as cheap political payback.
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