Republicans Prepare To Throw Rudy Giuliani Under The Bus To Protect Trump

Republicans Prepare To Throw Rudy Giuliani Under The Bus To Protect Trump


For weeks, Republicans in the house of representatives
have been struggling to come up with a unified message to protect Donald Trump from the impeachment
inquiry. They have reached out to the white house. They have begged them according to a report
saying, give us the talking points. What do you want us to say? But now, this week, right before we head into
the public impeachment hearings, next week, Republicans finally think they have come up
with a plan that is going to save the president’s job. And that plan, which is what we and so many
others predicted, is to literally throw everybody else under the bus. Starting with Rudy Giuliani, according to
a new report in the Washington post, the new Republican plan is to center everything around
Rudy Giuliani. And here’s why, because Gordon Sunland in
his revise testimony where he did say there was a quid pro quo, he said that his orders
were coming from Rudy Giuliani and he assumed, he assumed that those orders from Giuliani
came from Trump. As in Trump told Giuliani, Giuliani told Sunland. And that’s where we ended up here. Republicans are trying to say no, no, no,
no, no. Folks. Trump had nothing to do with this. Rudy Giuliani, Gordon Sunland, and probably
even Mick Mulvaney, they’re saying acted on their own to pursue their own agenda because
the three of them somehow had their own Ukraine policy. They were trying to make happen. Yeah, it doesn’t make any sense because Giuliani
Mulvaney and Sunland, the three people, they’re saying they’re going to throw under the bus
and pin it all on the, they don’t have any authority to do any of the things you’re saying
they did. Right. Like to what extend would Giuliani want them
to dig up dirt on Biden did. Does Giuliani just have a scrapbook of the
Biden family and he just wanted to add it to it because Giuliani has no authority to
enact any kind of official policy, nor does Gordon Sunland and neither did Mick Mulvaney. So how does this new conspiracy theory that
it’s all Giuliani’s brainchild, play out Republicans? You didn’t think it through. Now you got up to the point where you said,
okay, look, here’s a plan. Here’s what we could do. We can pin it on all these guys. Fantastic. What’s their motive? Cause you don’t have it. You don’t have a motive. You just have a plan to blame all these other
guys in the second they come under questioning or Democrats or reporters or whoever it is,
says, okay, well that’s an interesting theory. Why did they do it? Then suddenly you’re all going to be sitting
there like Matt Gates with a dumb look on your face. Like, uh, can I just go to the bar now? Not how it’s gonna work folks. I applaud the Republicans for finally coming
up with some kind of message and as expected, it’s just as dumb as everything else they
have done. But to hit back on another main point here,
Giuliani, we told you so bud, a lot of us told you so the second it looked convenient
for them, Republicans were going to throw you under the bus and even though you are
still technically the president’s attorney, it may be time for you to come forward and
take the stand yourself and tell us what really happened. Because if you don’t, these Republicans, your
so called friends are about to let you become the fall guy.