How did the Liberal Press come up with their latest anti-Trump narrative? You would be surprised to learn that the idea came from a Conservative. Here is how.
A Liberal and a Conservative were debating the question of the Trump team’s collusion with Russia. Their exchange was predictably heated, but the dialog went something like this.
Liberal: “The evidence is clear, Trump’s minions sought what they thought would be information damaging to the Clinton campaign. To obtain that material, a promise was made to ease sanctions and to pull back the anti-Putin rhetoric.
Conservative: “That’s rubbish. There is no credible evidence to suggest that anyone on the Trump team had interest in the supposed damaging material, or that they offered a quid pro quo. Come on, collusion with Russia? President Trump would have to be crazy to do that.”
Liberal: “Humm, did you say ‘crazy’? Hey, we could use that…..that might just work.”
Rahm Emanuel put it this way: “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” (Wall Street Journal interview 11/19/08)