Seth Meyers: Trump Has 'No Shame,' Just Gave Collusion 'Confession'

From its inception, the Russian collusion lie hammered by the media came across as blatantly insulting, fake news to the vast majority of the country. Rather than owning up to their mistakes or showing any glimmer of remorse once the Mueller Report confirmed there was no sufficient evidence to support the claim of collusion, the press doubled down on their narrative. On Thursday, Late Night host Seth Meyers was among those continuing to suffer from collusion delusion.

During his show, aired early Friday morning, Meyers exploded after playing a recent interview in which President Trump revealed he would listen to information about a political opponent provided by a foreign government. “There it is, he just said it. The guy who has spent two years screaming tweeting, 'no collusion,' is now saying, 'If anyone's down to collude, I'm your guy.' This guy has no shame. If Trump had been President during Watergate, he would have left a business card at the break-in.”

 


Meyers went ballistic, claiming Trump provided the proof for collision with the Russians: “We have all this evidence that Russia reached out to Trump to collude, and now we have Trump himself on the record saying, 'If Russia reached out to me to collude, I would do it.' Seriously, why -- why are we not just treating this as a confession? Just because he's phrasing it as a hypothetical doesn't make it any less damning.”

In the mind of a liberal, a response to a hypothetical question is considered an admission of guilt that should be punishable by law.

Read the transcript below:

 

Late Night With Seth Meyers

6/14/19

12:50:16 AM

SETH MEYERS: There it is he just said it. The guy who has spent two years screaming tweeting, "No collusion" is now saying if anyone's down to collude, I'm your guy. This guy has no shame. If Trump had been President during Watergate, he would have left a business card at the break-in. We have all this evidence that Russia reached out to Trump to collude, and now we have Trump himself on the record saying if Russia reached out to me to collude, I would do it, normally to get someone to say they'd commit a crime like that, you'd have to haul them down to the precinct and play good cop/bad cop.

Trump's episode of Law & Order would be about six minutes long Briscoe and Green would walk into his office, and he'd go, "What's up, guys you find that hooker I killed? Seriously, why - why are we not just treating this as a confession just because he's phrasing it as a hypothetical doesn't make it any less damning.

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