Sorry, Liberals…But Mike Flynn Contacted Russia Under Barack Obama

According to widely syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh, the media is once again pushing the American people to direct their suspicion and mistrust at President Trump for things that his predecessor is guilty of.

Donald Trump’s national security adviser Micheal Flynn has resigned, due to his own admission that he did not fully inform the administration about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the United States during the transition period. This has the media jumping up and down with excitement as they point fingers at the new president.

Before I go on, let me point out a few things about the above statement. First, why are we blaming the administration, when the issue is that he DIDN’T INFORM THE ADMINISTRATION? Secondly, “during the transition period” means that President Trump was, at the time, President-Elect Trump. He didn’t wield any power, he wasn’t in charge yet.

Want to take a guess at who was actually in power? Would you also like to guess who employed Micheal Flynn to the job that he was still in at the time of his indiscretions in Dec 2016? I’ll give you a hint, the answer to both is the same; Barack Hussein Obama!

Limbaugh pointed out this issue on his show:

“To show you just how lame the media is and how little they’ve got, they’re already asking, ‘what did Trump know and when did he know it,’ and that’s not the question. The question is, ‘what did Barack Obama know and when did he know it and what has he engineered here?’” Limbaugh said. “This all happened with Flynn back in December. Trump had not even been inaugurated yet. And it’s still mysterious to me what really happened.”

Was Flynn a traitor? Could be. Was he a double agent by the Russians to tattle on Donald Trump? Again, could be, we don’t really know. What we do know is who employed him to work at the white house, and in who’s employ he was when the objectionable contact was made. Again, it was good old Barry Obama.

Sorry (not sorry) Hillary supporters, you can keep sharpening your pitchforks if you want, but you’ll have to use them another day.