Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FBN’s ‘Making Money with Charles Payne’ To Discuss Trump, Biden, and Collusion
According to Dhillon:
Biden is caught in a squeeze play, because as you’ve discussed on your show before, all of the pressure is on the left from his party. The president is not even on the same league as Joe Biden. He’s absolutely killing it on every front you mentioned so far this morning. Diplomacy, the border, the economy, everything else. I think Biden is going to be flopping around like a fish out of water there in Iowa. His rhetoric is not going to be able to make up for the facts that show his weak position.
Calling John Dean to testify on collusion or obstruction of justice is like calling Michael Avenatti to testify on how do you break the Barr rules or calling Michael Cohen on how do you violate attorney-client privilege? It’s ridiculous and it’s a charade. It’s really just the Democrats projecting onto this witness, John Dean as if he were tofu in a recipe, all the flavors they want to project on the witness. They really should avoid the charade. Just talk at each other, just get up there, have the cameras, make speeches. That’s really what this is about. They can’t leave this narrative of Russia collusion and obstruction because they pinned all their hopes for 2020 on it. Their dream was dashed by Mueller despite his best efforts and $35 million, and the subpoenas, and all of that. So, I’m embarrassed for Congress and for the institution. I think it’s really a low point in history. We’re going to look back at this and say “Wow, that was a low water mark.” Although, of course, they could always go lower later this week, I’m sure. You might see that coming.
If you’ve been watching closely, Charles, you would have seen that all of these tech companies have been bracing for a couple of years now for major regulation out of Washington and I trust as the one that Google and potentially Facebook fear the most, but all of them are concerned about privacy. They see GDPR in Europe and they see lawsuit coming. I think that is now beginning to come home, they may see that impacting the stock values. More than that, there are lawsuits, of course. I’m invested in this. I’ve sued several of these tech companies myself for their employment practices and other practices. I think that the days of the past where they were able to grow to a trillion-dollar market cap, I think those are over. They’re now entering into a more mature face where they’re going to have to deal with, live under all kinds of regulation, maybe even some that we haven’t even thought of yet.