“Former Trump Aide Leaves CNN After Abortion Accusation”
The guy’s name is Jason Miller.
Apparently he buys suits where donnie buys suits.
Maybe they have a volume purchase agreement.
Based on volume of cloth used, not on the number of suits purchased.
He was one of donnie’s communications advisors.
So he knows how to dish the slime.
He is shocked and dismayed that he could be slimed with the same brush that he and donnie brandish with such glee.
An allegation has surfaced that he fed his pregnant girl friend a smoothie with a day after pill ground up in it and she aborted whatever it was that o’’ Jason had implanted.
Must have been trumped up by a russian troll.
Anyway, ol’ Jason has resigned his slime consultancy at CNN to defend his good name.
That seems to me to be indulging in the debating error known as begging the question.
Or a kindred sort of logic flaw.
Ol’ Jason says ““fraudulent statements and a lack of factual support rule the day as long as it fits into a tweet.”
I hope donnie does ol’ Jason the service of one of his “he’s a fine man tweets”; they are so presidential.
And they sound so factual.
And, being tweets, they fit.
Into some bizarre other dimension.
But they fit.
And, as ol’ Jason has now revealed “fraudulent statements and a lack of factual support rule the day as long as it fits into a tweet.”
It’s nice to finally have that clearly on the table.