Paul Ryan Wants to Know What Happened as Long as No One Finds Out


Paul Ryan, seen here receiving an intelligence briefing from valued aides, goes on the record about the alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 election.

Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, 3rd in line for the presidency if you don’t count Ivanka Trump, has come out with his most robust statement about the rumored hacking by Russian state agents to influence the 2016 presidential election which is sure to prove just how independent he will be during the Trump presidency.

“What Donald Said. Or Mitch. Both, I guess. I don’t know. You tell me,” Paul Ryan said decisively to an aide who passed it on as a brief statement to the press as Ryan stood forcibly behind his office door pretending not to be in.

This is not the first time that Paul Ryan has so blatantly demonstrated a strong indifference in reaction to Donald Trump by kinda not giving a statement for or against him when prodded incessantly by a press looking for any kind of dissent from the man who has already proven his mettle by standing up to the Tea Party Caucus more or less.

Which goes to show us all, Paul Ryan has exactly nothing to prove to anyone.


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