Just pulled this off BillMoyers.com, an excerpt from “We Must Know The Truth,” written by Moyers himself and Michael Winship, re the Michael Flynn scandal and the GOP’s stated intention not to investigate it:
Jason Chaffetz, chair of the House Oversight Committee, says he won’t investigate the Flynn affair — “I think that situation has taken care of itself.” How about that for respecting the public’s need to know? And Rep. Chris Collins of upstate New York, the man with the dubious distinction of being the first member of Congress to endorse Trump’s candidacy, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday morning, “I think it’s just time to move on.” When asked why so many of his GOP colleagues were silent he suggested, “Well, [it’s] Valentine’s Day, and I guess they’re having breakfasts with their wives.”
Takes your breath away, doesn’t it?
Note to New York Democrats: when you target Chris Collins for removal in 2018, your campaign ads should repeat over and over “…Valentine’s Day, and I guess they’re having breakfasts with their wives.”