Selective Outrage
By: Bill O'ReillyJune 22, 2022
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Very few even following the January 6 committee now.  Americans are worried about personal finances and a weak federal government, not Donald Trump's obsession with the last election.

No question, the former President did not apply discipline to his fraud allegations. Way too much opinion, not nearly enough hard data. As I said from the beginning of this controversy, the only way voter fraud can be proved is for the FBI to investigate under the supervision of an independent counsel. Like the Durham situation.

President Trump and Attorney General Barr should have set that up in late November 2020. They did not.

So now we have unchallenged testimony from a hate-Trump forum in the House. What good is that?  I don't think Mr. Trump will be charged with anything. What the committee and its media allies are really doing is eroding Trump's public standing.

However, President Biden is such a failure that Donald Trump still has a chance to get the GOP nomination because Trump handled the economy well and that is the overwhelming issue in America.

If the press and congress spent half as much time on Joe and Hunter Biden's questionable business dealings, the current President would be getting battered like the past President is.

But selective outrage is sacred among the political left. And that's what we are seeing.

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