Is Carter Page the Clown Prince of Russian Collusion?

When you get through reading this article you will know a lot more about Carter Page. You will see why his actions cannot be taken seriously be any investigation into Russian connections. His actions, twisted by the left, can in no way be misconstrued as a cover-up by the Senator and now Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Read this and you will understand.

As Written By ALLAHPUNDIT for Hot Air:

Last night I wrote a whole post defending Sessions from the charge that he lied under oath about knowing Trump campaign staffers were in contact with the Russians, only to have this story break at around the same time. It wasn’t just George Papadopoulos who mentioned something to him about Russia last year. It was Carter Page too. How can I defend him now?

Pretty easily, actually, even if it means forfeiting my membership in Salon Conservatives Club. Is this really what Democrats are hoping to hang a perjury charge against Sessions on? That Carter Page said something to him in passing 16 months ago?

“I don’t make anything sinister out of it. He said Sessions did not react or comment one way or the other,” [House Intel member Mike] Conaway said in an interview. “If I were Sessions, I wouldn’t have recalled it either. It was just in passing. He was walking out of the room. A guy he had never met before, grabs him, ‘Hey, I’m out on the team. I changed my travel plans to go to Russia.’”…

“Back in June 2016, I mentioned in passing that I happened to be planning to give a speech at a university in Moscow,” [Carter] Page told CNN. “Completely unrelated to my limited volunteer role with the…..

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Perjury? Carter Page testifies that he told Jeff Sessions about his trip to Russia last June – Hot Air Hot Air

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