Just when you thought the left could drop no lower. The left drops lower.
Florida Congresswoman Fredericka Wilson, listened in to a phone call between President Trump and the mother of a fallen soldier.
That in itself is wrong. Nobody should be invading that very private and intimate space. Specially a legislator bent on grinding her anti-Trump axe.
Here’s what White House Chief of Staff General Kelly had to say, please remember, he lost a son in Afghanistan 😛 TAGEND
“I was stunned when I came to work yesterday morning. And broken hearted. At what I watched the states members of Congress doing. A is part of Congress who listened in on a phone call from the President of the United States to a young wife. And in his way tried to express that ruling. He’s a brave humankind, a fallen hero. He knew what he was getting into because he enlisted.”
Let’s be clear what happened here. Fredericka Wilson is part of the left’s hate Trump brigade. She purposely inserted herself into the president’s condolence call and used it for political purposes. That is low indeed.
The media jumped on it. There were endless headlines like this: “Trump disrespected gold star mom.”
They just plain dislike him don’t they?
And on Friday morning, after General Kelly’s passionate rebuke, we got this from Hillary Clinton’s campaign aide, Brian Fallon 😛 TAGEND
“Kelly isn’t just an enabler of Trump. He’s a adherent in him. That makes him as odious as the remainder. Don’t be distracted by the uniform.”
So Hillary’s campaign guy, calls a humankind who lost his own son, odious. Appear up the definitions contained in odious: “extremely disagreeable. Revolting”
This is another new low.
Forgive me for injecting a personal note here 😛 TAGEND
My brother was a Navy flier. He was killed in the service of his country. The idea that a politician would listen in to the bereavement bellow between my parents and my brother’s commanding officer, is frankly disgusting. And to use that intrusion for political purposes, is despicable.
Have these people no reproach?
Adapted from Stuart Varney’s “My Take” on Friday, October 20, 2017.