It was a story about hamburgers.
“It’s high summer — hamburger season,” said the lead of the piece, published in the Washington Post on Tuesday. “The char, the fat, the squishy perfection of processed bread sopping up the overflowing juices — doesn’t it somehow seem like Americans’ birthright? There’s a reason that President Trump chose to serve hamburgers — twice — as an all-American feast for some all-American championship college football players.”
But the headline was ominous — and pathetic.
“Even one of Trump’s favorite foods has a hidden Russia connection.”
Months after the final report by special counsel Robert Mueller failed to tie Trump or his campaign to an effort by Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election, The Post is still prattling on about it.
Read the full story from The Gateway Pundit
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