A Week to Remember, Indeed

That's their story and they are sticking to it.  Kimberley Guilfoyle at Town Hall, assessing the last week's political news:
"In 365 Days, It’s Weeks Like This One That Voters Will Remember"
That's for sure, what with the impeachment vote, and the release of transcripts conclusively demonstrating that Trump is a criminal.  No, that's not what Kimberley was talking about?
"The week started in the morning of Sunday, October 27th, as President Trump took to the podium in the White House’s Diplomatic Reception Room to announce that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed in an American-led military operation...However, even more disappointing than the media twisting themselves in knots to avoid saying anything that might be interpreted as praise for President Trump was the deafening silence from Democrats. They were seemingly unable to acknowledge that the Commander-in-Chief — even in this just one specific instance — made the world safer."
False, of course.  Democrats were very happy about the elimination of Al Baghdadi, in contrast, you might note this statement, from October 2012:
"Stop congratulating Obama for killing Bin Laden. The Navy Seals killed Bin Laden....Why don't we ask the Navy SEALs who killed Bin Laden? They don't seem to be happy with Obama claiming credit. All he did is say O.K."
Who said that?  Who do you think?

And then, this event that will be eternally stamped in the minds of the American people:
"the president went immediately from celebrating a major national security victory on Sunday to visiting Chicago on Monday to honor law enforcement at the annual International Association of Chiefs of Police."
He gave a speech to some policemen!  Amazing! But wait, there's more:
"On Wednesday, President Trump’s administration took an important step to help Americans suffering from substance abuse by launching FindTreatment.gov, a website that will enable visitors to access a database tailored to addressing their specific needs and treatments."
The government launched a website!  Again, this is the kind of decisive action to meet the nation's concerns that will be honored for years.

Now, let's think...did anything else happen in the last week that Americans might recall a year from now?
"In an almost tiring week of winning for America, the Democrats had to sully our enjoyment of America’s greatness with a meaningless, partisan charade on the floor of the House of Representatives."
I.e. they voted to begin the process of kicking him out of office for being a criminal and a traitor.  Hardly worth even noticing.  Well, that was the week that was. 

The article finishes with this disclaimer:
"Kimberly Guilfoyle is a Senior Advisor to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc."


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