Good Thursday morning!
Here is what's on the president's agenda today:
- The president and first lady depart Washington, D.C., en route to Buenos Aires, Argentina
- The president and first lady arrive at Ministro Pistarini International Airport
This Stone/Corsi/Mueller soap opera
Roger Stone and Jerry Corsi, two fringey political celebrities, have been called to Mueller's witch hunters to give some answers about RUSSIA or whatever it is the witch hunters are investigating. The two men are contradicting one another about when and how they knew/didn't know/pretended to know about WikiLeaks dumping Podesta's emails out to the public. Are you confused? Good thing Chuck Ross at the Daily Caller lays out the story for you.
No Khashoggi smoking gun
Secretary of Defense James Mattis told the public yesterday that there is no "smoking gun" evidence that MBS ordered the murder of political-operative-masquerading-as-a-journalist Khashoggi.
"We have no smoking gun that the crown prince was involved, not the intelligence community or anyone else," Mattis told reporters. "There is no smoking gun."
The media and the left are looking to blow up the U.S.'s relationship with KSA over Khashoggi's murder, which was conveniently leaked to the world by Turkey, which is aligned against KSA/Israel/U,S, and aligned with Iran. Wild, right?
On Tuesday, National Security Adviser John Bolton said he saw no point in listening to the tape of Khashoggi's murder because he does not understand Arabic. "I'm very satisfied that we know what the tape picked up, and it was factored into the president's decision, and he's announced his position very clearly," Bolton said.
CIA Director Gina Haspel, reportedly the highest ranking official in the Trump administration who has listened to the tape, did not join Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a Capitol Hill meeting on military assistance to the Saudi kingdom on Wednesday.
Conspiracy theorists floated the idea the Haspel was prevented from speaking about the tape but a CIA spooksman said the "notion that anyone told Director Haspel not to attend today's briefing is false."
Historical picture of the day:
Electric scooters are landing a lot of Americans in emergency rooms LULZ "This is disruptive technology," said Dr. Christopher Ziebell, emergency room medical director at Austin's Dell Seton Medical Center. "But this time the disruption is disrupting forearms, elbows and heads."
And that's all I've got, now go beat back the angry mob!