OOPS! Nancy Pelosi Says She Never Met With Russians Ambassador, But Look What We Found!

The Democrats are currently scrambling to cover their asses when it comes meetings with the Russians,’ while they try to systematically railroad Jeff Sessions. The rhetoric being spun in unreal in its hypocrisy and almost beyond belief.

Jeff Sessions met with the Russian Ambassador the first time after giving a speech and being greeted at the closing of said speech. The second meeting was in an official capacity that was mandated by his position at the time.

Both are far from somehow having secret meetings in a dark alley to discuss the 2016 campaign, but democrats would have you believe otherwise. The irony here, however, is that many Democrats themselves have met with the Russians over time and vehemently deny it only to be outed via photographs. They all start singing the same tune when questioned about it.

Via Politico:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Friday that she’s never met with the current Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak. “Not with this Russian ambassador, no,” Pelosi told POLITICO’s Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer during a Playbook interview, when asked whether she had ever met with the Russian envoy. But a file photo from Pelosi’s 2010 meeting with Russian President Dmitriy Medvedev shows Kislyak at the table across from Pelosi — then House speaker — and Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.). Medvedev had been in the country for a meeting with President Barack Obama a day earlier and stopped in on Capitol Hill to meet with congressional leaders as well.

 

Pelosi’s excuse for her meeting is quite similar to that of Sen. McCaskill which Political Mayhem reported on as well. Democrats will never stop lying and we will never stop exposing their lies.

H/T [ Politico ]

 

 

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