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October 31, 2017 01:37 PM UTC

Cory Gardner's Office Not Even Trying Anymore

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  • by: Colorado Pols
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Yuma)

Fox 31’s Joe St. George reached out to members of Colorado’s Congressional delegation on Monday to get their reaction to the news that two former campaign staffers for Donald Trump were indicted on federal charges related to an investigation into potential collusion with Russia.

We’ll let St. George take it from here:

Sen. Gardner did not issue a new quote regarding indictments, instead directing to a statement he made in May.

“I fully support the decision to appoint former FBI Director Robert Mueller to oversee the ongoing investigation into Russia. We need to get all the facts, and Mueller is the type of person that is respected and trusted by both Republicans and Democrats and will put country over politics.”

Yup. This is the exact same statement Gardner released in May when asked to comment on the appointment of Robert Mueller as special counsel.

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8 thoughts on “Cory Gardner’s Office Not Even Trying Anymore

  1. Laugh it up, Laughing Boy. Your day of political reckoning will be here before you know it, while our arsenals of political ammo are filled to overflowing…

      1. If only — LB's passion and deeply held convictions are sorely missed.  He was a worthy voice of the conservative viewpoint, unlike the silly useful idiots and paid PR hacks that shame themselves here.

  2. Well, if the Gardner office can recycle inane comments in their "responses" to email and phone contacts on issues for months at a time, then doing the same on media quotes on the Special Prosecutor is probably policy as well.

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