Sep 17, 2020
Nunes: The Radical Left Has Made It Almost Impossible for Anyone to Get Along in This Country
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Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) on Wednesday argued that the United States is “under attack” by the radical left-wing.
Nunes, on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” was asked about California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) differing from President Donald Trump in beliefs but the two still showing mutual respect for each other amid the state’s wildfires.
The California lawmaker said the problem stems from the “radical left,” who he said has “made it almost impossible for anyone to get along in this country.” Nunes also highlighted that some on the left still refuse to accept the 2016 presidential election.
“That’s what the American people expect, and it’s what we should want,” Nunes said of the mutual respect between Trump and Newsom.
“The problem is is that we’re under attack in this country because … the radical left has made it almost impossible for anyone to get along in this country,” he added. “They never accepted the results of the 2016 election. I mean, I don’t have to tell you guys — and your viewers all know — the Democrats corrupted our intelligence agencies in this country and spied on the campaign back in 2016. They refuse to acknowledge that they did this, and now we’re headed into another election where they never accepted the election of Donald Trump.”
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Vulnerable Republicans dont want to talk about why the Supreme Court in 2020 isnt the same as 2016Not gonna go there, are you Sen. Ernst?
Remember one year ago, and the lengths Republican senators would go to to avoid answering a simple question? Then it was "Is asking foreign leaders to investigate rivals okay?" Now it's "What's the difference between 2016 and now with Supreme Court justices?" They still don't have a good answer.
A year ago, Sen. Cory Gardner tied himself up in knots trying to not answer the Ukraine question. Here he is this week, when asked by CNN why he's flipped from 2016. Back then, he said bluntly "The next election is too soon, and the stakes too high," to allow President Obama to replace a vacancy. Asked about those comments Wednesday, and what was different now, Gardner brushed it off. "If you didn't see my statement, I'll send it to you," Gardner said as he escaped into a senators-only elevator. But that statement said nothing about 2016. It just said that if a qualified nominee comes forward, "I will vote to confirm."
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Huh. How about Joni Ernst? Back in March 2016, she said "In the midst of a critical election, the American people deserve to have a say in this important decision that will impact the course of our country for years to come. […] This is not about any particular nominee; rather this is about giving the American people a voice." March, by the way. More than seven months before the election. Now that we're less than six weeks away, she says "Once the president puts forward his nominee for the Supreme Court, I will carry out my duty—as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee—to evaluate the nominee for our nation’s highest court." But what about letting the people have their say, Senator? Crickets. She refused to answer when CNN asked.
Okay, then, what about Georgia Sen. David Perdue? "I got people waiting for me," he told CNN when asked. Back in 2016, he said refusing to hold hearings on Merrick Garland "is a wise course of action in the midst of a presidential election." Yeah, he's got people waiting for him now, can't talk.
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