Among those who didn’t like Attorney General Bill Barr saying he thought the Trump campaign was spied on by the upper echelon of the FBI under Obama ahead of the 2016 election is MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough:
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 11, 2019
After over two years of “Russia collusion” claims, now the Resistance is worried about what’s “reckless”?
Over two years of reckless conspiracy theories from these people.
Zero self-awareness. https://t.co/xrb9svSn8x
— JWF (@JammieWF) April 11, 2019
@MSNBC Hello shoe, meet other foot.
— Joseph McClure #MAGA (@joemcclure2) April 11, 2019
notice how the media is circling the wagons and attacking the messenger? They always do this when the negative focus is on them or the Democrats. as a news organization shouldn't they be investigating this claim? No instead they're just trying to squash it.
— Dronetek (@Dronetek) April 11, 2019
Wrong @JoeNBC. As Adam Schiff would say, there is "clear evidence" the Obama admin spied on the Trump campaign. Why, you had John Brennan on all the time and you cowardly left him off the hook when he said he "had bad information.
— Bob Sikes (@BobSikes) April 11, 2019
His comments are no more reckless than those made by the Democratic leadership related to Trump being a Russian operative. https://t.co/T52gY4Jv7B
— Alexander Padilla (@Alexpad) April 11, 2019
Panic setting in on the left. The guy they praised has now become the enemy.
— NotoriousBob (@NotoriousBob5) April 11, 2019
Dems will likely soon be calling on Mueller to explain to them why his investigation didn’t confirm their excuses for Hillary’s loss.