Chaffetz defends, Romney rips Trump on being open to foreign dirt on political opponents

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  • quackquack Park City, UT
    June 18, 2019 7:22 a.m.

    I love how Trump Supporters just glaze over the fact foreign countries interfered and influenced our Presidential election... I'm guessing they cant comprehend what that means, in a nutshell if they can influence our elections they can get a candidate that represents their interests Its the Manchurian candidate ...

    But wait it gets worse China & Russia are collaborating China's on track to surpass the U.S economy, add in the tariffs China shifts their trade to Russia and other countries and the US economy now becomes stagnant.

    Do you people not understand over the last 20 years or so that U.S corporations have shifted the majority of all manufacturing to China. Its not just about price it means China corporations have designs, blue prints, and mechanical white papers to make US products . If the US and China separate this mean China can produce US products faster and cheaper putting US jobs at stake. Think about it the majority of these jobs or blue collar, middle class jobs. You trump supporters are shooting yourself in the foot.

  • Utefan60 , 00
    June 17, 2019 6:49 p.m.

    This is a verifiable fact:

    In October 2015, Fusion GPS was contracted by conservative political website The Washington Free Beacon to provide general opposition research on Trump and other Republican presidential candidates. (In the Associated Press)

    Funny how the Trump supporters conveniently forget that this was the Republican Party that originally hired these guys to find dirt on then candidate Trump and several others. (Fact)

    Many who post here as fact conveniently forget this small detail. (DN, you can easily verify this.) That is because the his supporters never verify that which goes against their own narratives.

    BTW , this contract by the Republicans with The Washing Free Beacon was a year before the Clinton campaign got involved. Please explain that to us Trump apoligists?

  • MK52 Arlington, VA
    June 17, 2019 2:18 p.m.

    The question of not accepting foreign "dirt" from other countries is not something to debate. Various opinions dont matter. It just "is".

  • zipadeedoodah Lehi, UT
    June 17, 2019 1:51 p.m.

    I listened to the entire recording of President Trump. What he said and what the media reported were two different things. He said that he would listen and if of concern would turn it over to the CIA and FBI and other law authorities. He basically is a President who listens and uses good common sense. The question and response were harmless.

    The Trump-hating Dems and media hysterics should stop the hypocrisy. The DNC and Hillary paid millions to fabricate dirt on President Trump with foreign Russian operatives and others. Where is the moral outrage by the liberals and media over those actions?

  • fm La Verkin, UT
    June 16, 2019 1:37 p.m.

    Why would a foreign government be concerned about American politics? And why would it want to spend time and money on digging up dirt?

    I suggest that it expects something in return from the politicians. Once favors are given, the corruption wheel begins to spin.

  • Jer-Bear Springville, UT
    June 15, 2019 8:07 p.m.

    Jason Chaffetz is right. Mitt Romney is wrong, again...

    It's that plain and that simple!

  • george of the jungle goshen, UT
    June 15, 2019 2:04 p.m.

    Eisenhower talked about an entity that you dare not speak above a whisper of. I think Chaffeze is tied up an Romney isn't smart enough to think on his own. What organization could it be. My guess is the M and M.

  • Karen R. Houston, TX
    June 15, 2019 12:19 p.m.

    Russia, if you're listening: Please gather any/all compromising information you have or want to make up about Trump and use it against him in the 2020 election. You can even say you gave it to Dems to use for their purposes because, as you can see from this comment thread, Trump's loyalists are totally down with this. You'll hear not a peep from them!

  • UncleArtie Brigham City, UT
    June 15, 2019 11:26 a.m.

    Mitt continues to seize upon any opportunity to criticize President Trump. In that regard he continues to show himself as an old guard establishment politician; a card carrying member of the ruling class political elite.

    Mr. Trump posited that he would turn over the information to the FBI. Remember, FBI management has had a major purge under Mr, Trump. I want to believe that integrity has been restored. Furthermore, if the information indicates treason, then a military tribunal would likely be applicable; information source does not matter per the Manual of Courts Martial.

  • BYUalum South Jordan, UT
    June 15, 2019 9:24 a.m.

    I personally love Jason Chaffetz and am happy whenever he comes on FOX network to comment issues of the day. He is clear-minded and articulate. I think he is a strong voice for the Republican party right now and for the President Donald J. Trump! I appreciate President Trump and all he good he has done for our country.

    Any back-biting by other Republicans doesn't fair well for our Republic!

  • dmacpherson Salt Lake City, UT
    June 15, 2019 9:20 a.m.

    Important to note a couple of things:
    A. It is clearly illegal for a candidate to accept help of any kind from a foreign country.
    B. "What about the clintons and the doiiser?" is a distraction that ignores
    a critical distinction. Clinton did not get help from Russia, Trump did.

  • the dktr Midvale, UT
    June 15, 2019 9:19 a.m.

    Jason get real Romney is a Rino vote him out

  • MOMS Salt Lake City, UT
    June 15, 2019 8:58 a.m.

    Romney and Democrats do not realize that this argument makes Obama and Clinton traitors.
    Foreign governments will simply leak information to the media and it will spread, unless the information hurts Democrats. See how this works?

  • drawfordough Springville, UT
    June 15, 2019 7:47 a.m.

    All this indignation over a foreign country meddling in our elections...because the US has never, ever, gotten involved in the elections and leadership of other nations.

    On the bright side, if we ever meddled at least it wouldn’t lead to wars or deaths or some crazy thing like that. I can never trust Social media again.

  • UtahBlueDevil Alpine, UT
    June 15, 2019 7:14 a.m.

    Let me understand this.... the "Dossier" is a huge issue for this administration - claiming it was illegal and wrong for the Clintons to use it. But then Trump says he would be open to listening to the same type of information, and that there is nothing wrong with it. And at first he would not tell the FBI, but later changed his story that he would "of course" tell the FBI.

    The ironic thing is this is the story of the dossier. So how can Senate and House republicans stand by the President's stance, but then also claim what the Clinton's did was improper?

    This is just more evidence that Clinton and Trump are just mirror images of each other. Same morals. Same ethics. And its funny how each's followers have such conditionals morals. It's horrific if the other side does it, but ok if my person does it.

    Absurd.

  • mohokat , 00
    June 15, 2019 6:44 a.m.

    Trumps dilemma
    If the FBI is running a coup on you then contact the CIA.

    If the CIA is part of the Coup contact the State Dept.

    If the State Dept is part of the coup contact the media.

    If the media is part of the Coup........

    See a problem?

  • Irony Guy Bountiful, Utah
    June 15, 2019 6:18 a.m.

    The terms "republic" and "democracy" are synonymous in history.

    In Greek, a democracy is simply a state where sovereignty resides in the "demos," or the people, as opposed to a monarchy where sovereignty resides in a "monos," or one person.

    Thus the Constitution reads "We the People," i.e., "we the demos."

    Republic is a Latin term, "res publica," meaning "the thing belongs to the people."

  • ITrustNoPutts La Grange, TN
    June 15, 2019 3:18 a.m.

    Not just anyone can pick up a phone and call the President of the United States, so we would be safe to assume that who ever is calling has some high level credibility of their own, otherwise how could they have gotten through to the President in the first place? That being the case, what should the President do if confronted with a surprise phone call? Perhaps blush and scream "Please Stop My Ears Can't Hear This" and slam the phone down? Or maybe listen long enough to be able to decide if he should gracefully end the conversation and/or alert the F.B.I.
    I would like to think that none of us are naive enough to believe that no U.S. Politician has ever listened to a foreign country's junk on their Political opponent. President Trump is just a Non-Politician who is new to Washington D.C. and hasn't been versed in the art of hypocrisy as have others. Trump says what he thinks which some people just can't handle. They get lost in his Style rather than rejoicing in his substance. I thank heaven everyday that he has not mastered the nonsense of being "Politically Correct".

  • madirishman Seattle, WA
    June 15, 2019 3:09 a.m.

    We should all feel a lot more secure knowing that Inspector Trump will be looking at information (dirt on political opponents) from foreign governments to determine whether they are important enough to be passed on to the FBI. I am so glad my dad , a lifelong Republican and financial supporter, is now longer alive to see that his party lacks morals and ethics to stand up to this lawless president.

  • Spencer P. Riverton, UT
    June 14, 2019 11:01 p.m.

    There's no such thing as an "illegal FISA warrant." The process for obtaining a FISA warrant is spelled out in the law. Supporting documentation has to be collected and submitted to a judge. If the judge approves, it becomes a legal FISA warrant. There's no other kind.

  • cjb Bountiful, UT
    June 14, 2019 10:09 p.m.

    The more information the American people have about the candidates running for office the better. If candidates are corrupt I want the American voters to know about it.

    We all knew Hillary was corrupt. We owe a debt of gratitude to whom ever gave us this information.

  • redbutte100 SLC, UT
    June 14, 2019 9:29 p.m.

    ....and Jason Chaffetz' opinion matters how?

  • Wasatch Al South Jordan, UT
    June 14, 2019 9:24 p.m.

    Chris Stewart says a political candidate
    would be foolish to not listen to negative information about a rival from a foreign country representative.

    I am difficulty understanding that representative Stewart took an oath of office to support the constitution of the United States and especially that he was a military officer.

    Jason Chaffetz? Not so surprising.

  • cool47 Saratoga Springs, UT
    June 14, 2019 7:51 p.m.

    Both Rs and Ds and Independents need to obey the law. Full Stop. No excuses for anybody.

  • jeclar2006 Oceanside, CA
    June 14, 2019 6:57 p.m.

    Christmas Carole - Hurricane, UT
    ---
    "Stewart, too, mentioned Clinton, telling CNN, "Don't you see the irony of those who criticizing the president for something he said and not criticizing Hilary Clinton and the Democrats for something they actually did?""

    AMEN!!!
    ---

    I don't know what the Amen is in reference to. The issue in the case of Trump is one of'campaign finance. Money or a thing of value may not be donated to the campaign of a US candidate by a foreign national or entity.

    It is illegal for a campaign to accept such a gift/donation, and if the giver were in the US, they would be charged as well, like Maria Butina.

    Now, exactly what are you amen-ing. That the Clinton Campaign accepted 'gifts/donations' from foreign nationals or entities?

    In all this, I have yet to hear a word about the Clinton Campaign being given, that is, offered for free, something of value by a foreign entity or person.

    On the other hand going to a meeting with a foreign national to obtain 'dirt' on a candidate, offered for free by the foreign national, is the crux of the illegal activity, for the Don Jr. meeting. And the indirectly requesting for dirt, from Wikileaks from Trump himself.

  • Christmas Carole Hurricane, UT
    June 14, 2019 6:23 p.m.

    "Stewart, too, mentioned Clinton, telling CNN, "Don't you see the irony of those who criticizing the president for something he said and not criticizing Hilary Clinton and the Democrats for something they actually did?""

    AMEN!!!

  • Steve C. Warren WEST VALLEY CITY, UT
    June 14, 2019 6:00 p.m.

    Any contact by a foreign government that offers information on a political opponent is illegal. It must be reported. It makes no difference whether information is actually received or if the received information is credible.

    There is no excuse for a member of Congress being this poorly informed.

  • cityboy Farmington, UT
    June 14, 2019 5:44 p.m.

    @ LivinLarge,

    “We are not citizens of a "Democracy"...we are citizens of a Republic.”

    It baffles me when people pick at the “republic” vis-a-vis the “democracy” nit. The problem stems from these people mistakenly believing that the only type of democracy is a direct or pure democracy. That’s incorrect. The US is a Representative Democracy. We are also a Constitutional Democracy. And we are also a Republic. Many of the framers of the Constitution recognized this. Madison was apparently not one. To him a democracy was exclusively a pure democracy w/o individuals representing the populace. In today’s vernacular, democracy equates to representative democracy. Romney knows this. You should, too.

    It is unfortunate that some focus on this nit rather than Romney’s message that statements like Trump’s, and worse, his actions, are a threat to our democracy/republic. Picking at that nit completely misses Romney’s point and deflects from the conversation. But perhaps that is the intent.

  • TJ Eagle Mountain, UT
    June 14, 2019 4:51 p.m.

    One big difference between Trump and other politicians... Trump is willing to admit that he would listen to and use the dirt.
    The vast majority of politicians are slimy when it comes to campaigns.

  • Bob Tanner Price, UT
    June 14, 2019 4:44 p.m.

    I voted for Senator Romney and honestly, I wish I could take my vote back. After reading this article I am even more certain that Senator Romney is setting the stage for another run for the presidency. When I voted for him I thought that he would support the President and represent those who helped him get elected.

  • 1covey Salt Lake City, UT
    June 14, 2019 3:35 p.m.

    All this outrage because Trump used Norway, a US ally, as an example as some one he might ( or might not is an implication ) listen to . Well, isn't that what happened in the Trump-Russian boondoggle ; information from former Australian and English government agencies started the FBI surveillance on the Trump campaign ? NaÏve people thinking that Trump merely speaking in mimicry about what others against him have actually done with no one in the press or never Trumpland making a complaint. The Mueller report in all its tawdriness does show repeated attempts by Democrats and US government agents provocateurs to create collusion failed; and there was no evidence against Trump concerning collusion. Does Romney with all his intellect and others fail to see the irony Trump has disclosed concerning the press and other Trump foes ?

  • Pepe the Frog 🐸 ,
    June 14, 2019 3:29 p.m.

    The Dems seem to be having a hard time with logic, so I will try to spell it out for you.

    1. The Dems hire Christopher Steele to get fake document from Russian government officials. 🇷🇺

    2. The Dems spread these fake documents to the media, an anti-Trump senator, and anti-Trump government employees to interfere with "free and fair" elections. 🔥

    3. Trump wins despite the interference of all manner of foreign nations on behalf of Hillary. 🇺🇸

    4. After Trump is elected, Dem frontrunner Joe Biden visits with several foreign government officials, and video indicates they agree to help him. 💣

    5. Trump is interviewed, and answers a theoretical question about opposition research by foreign governments. 🎪

    6. Democrats take the bait, not realizing that their frontrunner has been caught actively doing what Trump only theorized about. 🤣

    Game, set and Match 🎾

  • Tuffy Parker Salem, UT
    June 14, 2019 3:28 p.m.

    Chaffetz has been and continues to be a stranger to ethics, principles and consistency. He's proven time and time again that outrage toward abuse of these is only manifest when politically expedient (i.e. Benghazi). When the shoe is on the other foot, it should be no surprise that shrug of the shoulders is the response.

    There is no one more relieved than me that he is not currently pursuing elected office.

  • LivinLarge Bountiful, UT
    June 14, 2019 3:19 p.m.

    “Accepting the work product of a foreign government or the effort of a foreign government to try and influence an election of one candidate or another? It simply strikes at the heart of our democracy,” Romney told Politico. “It’s wrong. It’s antithetical to our democratic principles.”

    Mitt, a quick 8th grade social studies class may be helpful to you. The "principles" you refer to are found in our "Republic's" constitution. The "laws" we abide by are written and decided by democratically elected representatives in the legislature, and typically signed into law by an elected CEO, aka, President or Governor. Please, never again confuse the two, they are separate and certain if you want to be taken seriously! We are not citizens of a "Democracy"...we are citizens of a "Republic".

  • Out of the Blue Layton, UT
    June 14, 2019 3:08 p.m.

    @Pooh Bear: can a Republic not have "democratic principles”?

  • Yuge Opportunity Here Mapleton, UT
    June 14, 2019 3:08 p.m.

    The whole world knows that Donald Trump Jr. met with Natalia Veselnitskaya because she said she had some info on Hillary that the Trump campaign ought to know about.

    What they don't know is that Natalia Veselnitskaya met with Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS the day BEFORE the meeting with Don Jr,...AND the day AFTER as well. That's been documented.

    As well as the fact that Nellie Ohr was an exec at Fusion GPS at the time and that her husband, Bruce Ohr, was deputy AG for Obama.

    And it is a fact that the DOJ used tax revenue to hire Christopher Steele as well as the Clinton campaign.

    So, when George Stephanopolous, Bill's former press secretary, tries to create a controversy with this question, we would do well to be suspicious. He's saying, "Don't look at the intrigue in the Obama White House and the Clinton campaign. Let's talk hypotheticals with the media's favorite target instead."

  • Desert Dog Layton, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:59 p.m.

    No surprise there. Mitt should just join the Flake club and become a democrat because I doubt he'll be elected as a republican senator again.

    CNN correspondent wanna be.

  • LivinLarge Bountiful, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:57 p.m.

    Seriously, is this the same Mitt Romney that was KO'd by Candy Crowley in the first 3 minutes of a Presidential debate with Obama?

  • Well.... Phoenix, AZ
    June 14, 2019 2:33 p.m.

    Apparently to Jason Chaffetz, the Rule of Law applies only if Democrats or illegal immigrants are being accused. Way to serve your party and president, sir.

  • bamafone Salem, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:31 p.m.

    Reading this article reminds me of the Russian telling Adam Shiff he has pictures of naked Trump, and Adam Shiff trying to contain his excitement lol.

  • Silver Stingray St George, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:25 p.m.

    Truth should be examined no matter what the source or where it is found.

  • Steve Cottrell Centerville, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:24 p.m.

    Makes one glad that Chaffetz is not running for Governor.

  • Truth2017 Salt Lake City, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:24 p.m.

    We can save a lot of time and space by stating the obvious, romney is opposed to trump, he sides with the democrats more than other republicans. He represents the dying establishment wing of the republican party. He wont support trump in 2020, but the people of utah will.

  • Steve Cottrell Centerville, UT
    June 14, 2019 2:23 p.m.

    Makes one glad that Chaffetz is not running for Governor.

  • Pooh Bear Bella Vista, AR
    June 14, 2019 2:09 p.m.

    "It simply strikes at the heart of our democracy,” Romney told Politico. “It’s wrong. It’s antithetical to our democratic principles.”

    Dear Mitt, the last time I checked we are a republic, NOT a democracy. Never have been and, hopefully, never will be. Until you get that correct first, the rest of the rhetoric is just that, rhetoric.

  • The Meliorist CA, 00
    June 14, 2019 2:05 p.m.

    Trump promised to drain the swamp. He has now revealed himself to BE the swamp.

    Please now can we get Jeb or Romney or anyone but Trump to take the reins of the RNC?

  • sosaysme Salt Lake City, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:54 p.m.

    Whether you believe the Russian Government was behind the Steele dossier or not, is it okay that the President of the United States is open to foreign intervention in our elections? The best Trump supporters seem to be able to come up with is "the other side did it as well!" Where are all the patriots and people of principle. If anyone, R or D breaks the law, they should be held accountable. The "but look at Hillary" excuse is pathetic.

  • oaklandaforlife Salt Lake City, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:53 p.m.

    @Thomas Paine,

    "Trump has repeatedly shown he needs improvement in ethics. This type of behavior is not acceptable for any political office, especially not for the office of President of the United States.
    Plus, he needs to think before speaking or tweeting."

    Trump thinking at all before speaking or tweeting is a bit too much to ask of him don't you think?

  • NobodySpecial Alpharetta, GA
    June 14, 2019 1:51 p.m.

    To those like @patriot who probably just haven't had a chance to think this through as well as they should:

    1. There is nothing wrong with doing oppo research. But the data you collect should not be illegally obtained. The emails from the DNC that were illegally hacked by Russian government agents and then passed to Wikileaks fall into that category. The data collected by Steele does not.

    2. There is nothing wrong with receiving, soliciting, or paying for opposition research from people who are not Americans. But, as the Director of the FCC spelled out very clearly yesterday, it is not acceptable for a campaign to accept help from a foreign government or its agents. When Donald Jr. was contacted by representatives of the Russian government, his response should have been to report that directly to the FBI. The reasons for that rule should be obvious to everyone.

  • cityboy Farmington, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:48 p.m.

    This was Chaffetz’ comment about 3 years ago after the “Access Hollywood” debacle:
    “My wife, Julia and I, we have a 15-year-old daughter," Chaffetz said. "Do you think I can look her in the eye and tell her that I endorsed Donald Trump for president when he acts like this and his apology? That was no apology, that was an apology for getting caught."

    Now that Trump has been elected and Chaffetz works for Trump’s network, all of his past indignation has changed. And he has the temerity to speak of the hypocrisy of Democrats? That’s rich. We all wonder how he can now look his daughter in the eye.

  • procuradorfiscal Tooele, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:40 p.m.

    Re: "'Let me make something 100% clear . . . It is illegal for any person to solicit, accept, or receive anything of value from a foreign national in connection with a U.S. election . . .'"

    It has always been clear. It was clear to Hillary and the DNC when they paid $4M for their phony Russian dossier. It was clear to the Clinton's when they sold out to the Chinese. It was also clear to the Trump team when they walked out of the Trump Tower meeting -- this they're the only one who haven't violated the law.

    Funny how the only ones who didn't violate the law are the ones now being warned by burrowed-in liberal bureaucrats, huh?

  • andyjaggy American Fork, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:15 p.m.

    Why are we still talking about Chaffetz, that is exactly what he wants. He thrives on attention and controversy and he has never met a camera he doesn't like. Please burrow back into your hole Chaffetz.

  • bamafone Salem, UT
    June 14, 2019 1:04 p.m.

    The guy who quit in the middle of his term of service, and cost tax payers untold amounts for a special election, is now lecturing us and Trump. A quitter has no credibility. Trump did not collude and was found not guilty of any wrong doing. If he was, it would have been revealed long ago. Hillary and company were the colluders.

  • patriot Cedar Hills, UT
    June 14, 2019 12:44 p.m.

    Lets see.. fake foreign dirt such as the Russian dirt paid for by Hillary Clinton (4 million dollars) then used to obtain an illegal FISA warrant to be used to spy on team Trump? That foreign dirt? Interesting how "uninterested" the media is about that foreign dirt isn't it. I suspect had it been Donald Trump it would have been 24/7 coverage. Right? Thankfull AG Barr is investigating the origins and players in that whole Spygate operation. I suspect "real" felonies were committed and real prison terms handed out very soon. Stay tuned. Maybe the Deseret News can get Mitt Romney to comment on that scandal? Don't hold your breath.

  • Craig Clark Boulder, CO
    June 14, 2019 12:36 p.m.

    "This faux, this fake outrage from the left and the media is just part of a pattern here," said Chaffetz . . . . "
    ____________________
    RE: Orwell's Winston Smith in 1984. In Trump World, one discovers he loves big brother.

  • The Great Helmsman Salt Lake City, UT
    June 14, 2019 12:29 p.m.

    Jason is a true Party patriot and great supporter of Glorious Leader. Hail Jason, patriot of Utah and Greater America.

    If only he’d run for governor.

  • David Centerville, UT
    June 14, 2019 12:22 p.m.

    “Accepting the work product of a foreign government or the effort of a foreign government to try and influence an election of one candidate or another? It simply strikes at the heart of our democracy,” Romney told Politico. “It’s wrong. It’s antithetical to our democratic principles.”

    Romney is 100% correct.

  • Say No to BO Mapleton, UT
    June 14, 2019 12:06 p.m.

    Mitt Romney said that? About Trump? Are you sure?

    zzzzzzzzz......

  • 65TossPowerTrap Salmon, ID
    June 14, 2019 11:59 a.m.

    Why am I not surprised by Trump or this Chaffetz guy?

  • TUN_Heathen PINCKNEY, MI
    June 14, 2019 11:58 a.m.

    Chaffetz- always party lines over common sense. That's too bad.

    Benghazi!

    Covfefe in 2020!

  • Kate Hutch Kenmore, WA
    June 14, 2019 11:59 a.m.

    The head of the Federal Election Commission released a statement on Thursday evening reiterating, emphatically, that foreign assistance is illegal in U.S. elections.

    “Let me make something 100% clear to the American public and anyone running for public office: It is illegal for any person to solicit, accept, or receive anything of value from a foreign national in connection with a U.S. election,“ wrote Ellen Weintraub, chairwoman of the FEC. “This is not a novel concept.“

    She also sent the statement via Twitter with the introductory line: “I would not have thought that I needed to say this.“

    And of course Trump would not call the FBI. Criminals don't usually do that.

  • Thomas Paine South Jordan, UT
    June 14, 2019 11:44 a.m.

    Trump has repeatedly shown he needs improvement in ethics. This type of behavior is not acceptable for any political office, especially not for the office of President of the United States.
    Plus, he needs to think before speaking or tweeting.

  • Impartial7 DRAPER, UT
    June 14, 2019 11:42 a.m.

    Jason Chaffetz' career highlight; "Donald Trump praised me".
    Any other decent person and they'd hang their head and wouldn't tell anyone.

  • Z South Jordan, UT
    June 14, 2019 11:39 a.m.

    Jason Chaffetz continues his work for Pravda... Sorry, Fox News. Keep up the good work supporting the Supreme Leader, Jason.