Devin Nunes Memo To Self: I'm A California Cossack || Flake Artist Spotlight
With a plastered-on smile that looks more like a snarl, the California GOP congressman and despicable Orange Troll stooge is yet another in this administration’s seemingly endless line of duplicitous individuals who, while covering for El Presidente, would be advised to keep an eye on their own, because, if there is still an iota of justice left in this once great country, they’re going down. One way or another, they’re going down.
From the very start of the investigation into Russia’s connection to the Troll’s campaign, Nunes adamantly defended the POS otherwise known as the President of the United States. Instead, he put the high beam on the intelligence community, claiming “leaks.”
How’s this for a “leak?” Early on, Nunes publicly disclosed classified information in the form of FBI surveillance reports.
Unfortunately, and inexplicably, this clueless idiot was absolved from any wrongdoing by The Ethics Committee, who stated that "classification experts in the intelligence community" determined that when Nunes suggested to the press in March that the Troll’s officials had been caught in routine surveillance of foreign entities, he was not disclosing classified information. Information that unfortunately, he failed to share with his colleagues on the House Intelligence Committee. What the hell?
Now, since he has supposedly recused himself from all the Russian nonsense and for wont of anything better to do, Nunes has waged war against his local newspaper, The Fresno Bee for publishing “fake news.”
Referring to the Bee’s staffers as a “band of creeping correspondents,” Nunes criticized the publication for its “routine reporting practices,” as well as its coverage of a controversy surrounding a winery in which the GOP gasbag invests.
Maybe all that California vino has gone to Nunes’ pointy head. We don’t know. But one thing is certain: “Dude. Get a job.”
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Art by Sharon Lee Rosenbaum. Copy by Sherry McGuinn.