Democratic Senator Chris Murphy who made a name for himself in the last few days saying Tuesday, Republicans are using the congressional baseball shooting as “cover” to try to push their healthcare bill, appeared on MSNBC Morning Joe show on Wednesday and said something that we have heard it somewhere before….
He blamed Russia for Jon Ossoff’s loss in the Georgia special election.
He said: “The fact that we have spent so much time talking about Russia, you know, has been a distraction from what should be the clear contrast between Democrats and the Trump agenda, which is in economics.
The Russians again?!!! These people need to find another excuse…it is getting old and tired.
He also said that Jon Ossoff should have made President Donald Trump the center focus of the race.
“Whether it what was the right decision or the wrong decision, Ossoff decided to not make Trump the center focus of that race,” Murphy said.
The fact that Democrats have been talking about Russia when there is nothing there to talk about is the main reason why are they keep losing.
Democrats are continuing their efforts to investigate collusion between President Trump and the Russians as an excuse to blame them for everything bad that is happening to them. Way to go, guys. Keep up the good work.
People see the Democratic party for what they really are! That is why there is no one to blame but themselves. It is simple as that!
If this keeps up, Republicans won’t need to actually do anything. The Democrats will self-implode, paving the way for greater GOP Majorities!
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