When US intelligence agencies illegally record a conversation between General Flynn and the Russian ambassador then leak that to the press to advance a leftist agenda to destroy the Trump administration, that's a bigger violation than discussing dismissing Russian diplomats prior to inauguration.
That information should have been classified and immediately brought to the president and vice president in private. Then the VP (not Reince Priebus) could have recommended that Flynn step down later.
Obama is creating a shadow government within our government. There are still many bureaucrats in there that are in on it.
If anything, we need to find the source of the leaks and Trump needs to start firing people within the intelligence community and the general bureucracy.
The CIA, the FBI and the federal bureaucracy is not happy that they are no longer running the country. Trump is an existential threat to the "real government" and they don't like it.
And the media is running the front line war. They are the opposition party.
This is not kool aid drinking. This is reality. If liberals can step back and get off the non-existent yoga rugs that were never actually in Hillary emails that she bleach bitted, then maybe we can start looking at the realities of the situation.
So when Hillary does underhanded stuff, we need to rely on Wikileaks to hack the information? When Flynn has a conversation, its okay for American intelligence agencies to record and leak the information?
In a sense, the liberals are taking a page out of our playbook which we stole from their playbook. So kudos. But their hypocrisy is so glaringly obvious when liberals accuse conservatives of doing the same thing they were doing.
These are the new rules of politics. If anything, Saul Alinsky taught us a lot. Republicans must continue to fight using his strategy. Saul Alinsky is to politics what the strategist in football who invented the forward pass is. Once the opponents started using it, the games got good.
Alinsky tactics work no matter which side of the aisle you are on. Donald Trump taught the GOP to take on the media bias. It's up to to Republicans to learn and move the ball forward. May the games continue.