Remember the guy who is running as a Democrat in Minnesota but was part of the George W. Bush administration? Richard Painter is anti-gun, anti-Trump and anti-American. Our most recent report on this turncoat has Painter comparing the NRA to AAA. He calls the NRA a “protection racket”
“If the American Automobile Association operated like the NRA and had this influence, this protection racket influence, driving in the crosstown expressway here in Minneapolis would be complete chaos,” Painter said. “You’d have to have somebody pick up the dead bodies and beer cans every morning.” – Richard Painter
The video below is how traitors like Painter should be dealt with. Dershowitz goes beast mode on him!
Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz has been out there from the beginning defending President Trump and slamming the Mueller cabal of lawyers. On the contrary, Democratic Senate candidate Richard Painter is using the Mueller scam to further his bid for the Senate. They went at it and got personal during a segment on MSNBC…
Daily Caller reports:
The two panelists initially clashed over Dershowitz’s negative characterization of Robert Mueller, but the disagreement soon turned into personal attacks.
Dershowitz noted “two tragedies” with regard to the Mueller investigation.
“One, the way the White House has behaved and second, the way Mueller, who has a mixed reputation when I was in Boston with regard to four innocent people who spent their life and two of them died in jail “ Dershowitz said, before Painter interrupted him.
“Then let me assault your reputation,” Dershowitz fired back. “Let me talk about your reputation. Painter is trying to turn parlay his anti-Trump zealotry into a position.”
The conversation further deteriorated from there, as Dershowitz accused Painter of lying “about my background and expertise,” while Painter continued accusing the professor of smearing Mueller. Painter at one point accused Dershowitz of “assaulting the reputation of Robert Mueller, a good American:
Dershowitz’s reply: “He may be, but you are not, sir.”