Liar And Hypocrite Amy Klobuchar Blames Trump For ‘Lost Precious Months’ Before Crisis (VIDEO)

Do Democrats truly believe no one in America remembers what was happening in the country just a few months ago?

From the end of 2019, right up until early February, Democrats and their media allies were pushing impeachment 24 hours a day.

Meanwhile, Trump was putting together the White House Coronavirus Task Force and closing down flights from China.

And yet Amy Klobuchar has the nerve to look straight into a news camera and blame Trump for lost precious months?

Does she think anyone buys this?

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Democrats wasted the country’s time for three years chasing their impeachment fantasies. Now that the country is in a real crisis, they are trying to act like the last three years never happened. It’s astounding.

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On a related note, Klobuchar is on the short list to be Biden’s running mate. As a result, she is downplaying the assault allegations against him.

FOX News reports:

Amy Klobuchar says she thinks misconduct allegation against Joe Biden ‘has been investigated’

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said on Thursday that all sexual misconduct allegations should be thoroughly investigated and indicated that the one against former Vice President Joe Biden had been examined.

“He has said, and I agree with this, you’ve got to get to the bottom of every case and all allegations. I think The New York Times — I haven’t read all the stories. I read that one,” she said on MSNBC.

She seemed to be referring to a lengthy Times report titled “Examining Tara Reade’s Sexual Assault Allegation Against Joe Biden.”

“Your viewers should read that,” Klobuchar told MSNBC host Ari Melber. “It was very thorough. They interviewed people. And I have done a lot of work on this. I actually led the effort to change the rules in the U.S. Senate so that it is easier to bring these cases forward and so that we have taxpayers not paying for bad conduct.”

She is not living in reality on any level.


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