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On Devin Nunes, the dingleberry on the asshole that is Donald Trump

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That's one of the major cruxes of all of their accusations and denials--only the Dems will take the stand under oath.  

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21 hours ago, Gil Bang said:

 

1). I like how Hannity is in on the bit by pretending that he also doesn't know Parnas' first name.  Great job, guys.  Very believable.  

2)  JFC, Nunes is a dumb piece of shit.  You had days to rehearse this sound bite, and THAT is what you fucking came up with?  

3). This typifies Nunes' relentlessly disingenuous bullshit:    "It seems very unlikely that I would be taking calls from random people."  

You aren't being accused of taking calls from "random people," you treasonous fuck.  You just got caught *not* disclosing numerous clandestine conversations with one of the already-indicted felons.

4). Nunes should go back to indignantly running from reporters, like he's been doing for days.  He looked less guilty then.

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On 11/24/2019 at 12:00 PM, atomheartbevo said:

Are we prepared to hear a few hours of "my client pleads the fifth"?

Would love to see him square off against Goldman.

Barry Berke

 

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On 12/3/2019 at 2:44 PM, Chad Fuck said:

Jean_Paul_Laurens_Le_Pape_Formose_et_Eti

Interesting read:

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Pope Formosus was succeeded by Boniface VI, then by Stephen VI (or VII!). Stephen sought to annul the acts of Formosus, so in 897 had him tried posthumously before an ecclesiastical court in the Basilica of Saint John Lateran in Rome. Stephen accused Formosus of perjury and having succeeded to the papacy illegally.

Inevitably Formosus’ corpse was unable to defend the case effectively, and Pope Stephen had it pronounced guilty, then ordered that Formosus’ papacy was declared null and void, and his acts invalid. The latter was strange, as they included ordination of Stephen as a bishop. Eventually the body of Formosus, which had been propped up in his papal vestments in the court, was mutilated and dumped in the River Tiber.

The body of Formosus then apparently washed up on the bank, and promptly started to perform miracles. After a public uprising, Stephen was deposed and imprisoned, then strangled whilst in jail. At the end of the year, his successor Pope Theodore II held another synod which annulled the ‘Cadaver Synod’, and rehabilitated Formosus. Finally the successor Pope Sergius III, who had taken part in the Cadaver Synod, reversed the decision again, and reaffirmed the posthumous conviction of Formosus.

Laurens shows this bizarre trial in progress. The rotting corpse of Formosus has been dressed in his papal finery and propped up in a throne. A thurible placed in the foreground burns incense to control the smell. Pope Stephen (presumably) stands pointing at the body of Formosus as a witness is being examined, in front of the synod of bishops. Although this appears relatively static, it is probably as close to a climax as such court proceedings were likely to come.

 

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1 minute ago, Pescado_Rojo said:

So what are the chances CNN's lawyers bury him in discovery requests and he divulges something incriminating for the President or others? 

100%

 

I can't fucking wait until they get around to Rick Perry.  That fucking douche has never worked a day in private industry.  He's ready to eliminate all government jobs except his own.  

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34 minutes ago, Pescado_Rojo said:

So what are the chances CNN's lawyers bury him in discovery requests and he divulges something incriminating for the President or others? 

This is what Im waiting for but Nunez’s attorneys know its coming to.  My guess is that they will drop the case as we near discovery and claim some BS reason.  They get to tell the braindeads that  they “sued CLinton News Network” without actually doing it.  I hope CNN countersues to make sure this goes all the way to trial.

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Too bad, so sad.

https://reason.com/2019/12/05/devin-nunes-secret-surveillance/

Devin Nunes Supports Secret Surveillance of Americans, Finds Himself Under Surveillance

Nunes attacked those who wanted to restrain NSA’s snooping. Clearly he never considered whether his call records would be exposed.

 

The call records are coming home to roost for Rep. Devin Nunes (R–Calif.).

Before he became a stalwart defender of President Donald Trump, Nunes consistently fought any and all efforts to restrain the authority of the National Security Agency (NSA) to secretly, warrantlessly collect Americans' call records and metadata. He wasn't quiet about this support for domestic surveillance. When Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan (then a Republican, now an independent) tried to restrain the feds' ability to access American call records, Nunes didn't just vote against Amash's legislation; he attacked Amash loudly and publicly. In 2014, one of Amash's efforts prompted Nunes to call the congressman "Al Qaeda's best friend in the Congress." Nunes even donated $5,000 to Amash's primary opponent.

Now this surveillance apparatus that Nunes has long supported has happily provided his political opponents with information that could destroy his career. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (which Nunes used to chair, and where he is now the ranking minority member) just published its impeachment report. It shows calls between Nunes and Rudy Giuliani in 2016, as Giuliani was making the media rounds arguing that Ukrainian officials colluded to help Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. This information will most certainly be used to argue that Nunes is not just a defender of Trump but also an active participant in Giuliani's Ukrainian push.

Nunes isn't happy about that. Last night he tweeted a Washington Examiner piece in which Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R–La.) accuses Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D–Calif.) of "spying" on Nunes and asks, "Are there other members of Congress that he is spying on, and what justification does he have? He needs to be held accountable and explain what he's doing, going after journalists, going after members of Congress, instead of doing his job."

But there's no reason to assume that Schiff was specifically targeting Nunes, and it's unlikely that any laws were broken here. Nunes' name and calls came up in the metadata of the impeachment's investigation targets. What is happening to the California congressman right now is an easily foreseeable consequences of the surveillance system Nunes supports.

Scalise should know full well how Schiff is getting this information. He, like Nunes, has supported expanding the NSA's authority to snoop on Americans. Whenever attempts to expand this power has been brought up for a vote, Scalise has been happy to vote yes. In 2018, as House whip, Scalise circulated an email to GOP members with text from Nunes encouraging them to vote against an Amash attempt to provide stronger privacy protections for Americans.

Maybe next time Amash or somebody else in Congress brings forward a bill protecting Americans from secret unwarranted data collection, Nunes and Scalise might consider supporting it.

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If Devin were smarter, he would keep his mouth shut until the recess. He is stuck on the spinning log and if he doesn’t keep dancing he is going to fall off. What he doesn’t seem to realize is that his “friends” don’t really care if he falls. They aren’t exactly coming to help him. 

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1 hour ago, triplehorn said:

omg Devin has been reduced to a gibbering slapdick.

He's a puny lying boy.  The incredibleness: 

 

Were these calls from your cell phone or an office phone? 

We don't even know that! 

 

Legit Lulz

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6 hours ago, Longhorn_Fan68 said:

Lol, damn. That's cold

Good. Nunes the traitor should feel some ice for his behavior.

Schiff has a response for the Nattering Nabob:

 

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Nunes whips out his phone and starts taking pictures of the reporter and the cameraman. Another lawsuit? Seems a bit intimidating to video taxpaying Americans who want to ask questions. What if that had been one of his constituents?

Some folks are wondering if they need to speak Russian in order to talk with him, lol:

 

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It is quite amazing to consider that the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee has already sued a fake cow, an organic farmer, his local newspaper, CNN, Esquire, and  Twitter itself. 


 

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And hasn't held a town hall with his constituents in ten years. My own rep, Bill Flores (TX District 17), also discontinued his town halls.

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On 12/5/2019 at 4:34 PM, Anastasis said:

Too bad, so sad.

https://reason.com/2019/12/05/devin-nunes-secret-surveillance/

Devin Nunes Supports Secret Surveillance of Americans, Finds Himself Under Surveillance

Nunes attacked those who wanted to restrain NSA’s snooping. Clearly he never considered whether his call records would be exposed.

 

The call records are coming home to roost for Rep. Devin Nunes (R–Calif.).

Before he became a stalwart defender of President Donald Trump, Nunes consistently fought any and all efforts to restrain the authority of the National Security Agency (NSA) to secretly, warrantlessly collect Americans' call records and metadata. He wasn't quiet about this support for domestic surveillance. When Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan (then a Republican, now an independent) tried to restrain the feds' ability to access American call records, Nunes didn't just vote against Amash's legislation; he attacked Amash loudly and publicly. In 2014, one of Amash's efforts prompted Nunes to call the congressman "Al Qaeda's best friend in the Congress." Nunes even donated $5,000 to Amash's primary opponent.

Now this surveillance apparatus that Nunes has long supported has happily provided his political opponents with information that could destroy his career. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (which Nunes used to chair, and where he is now the ranking minority member) just published its impeachment report. It shows calls between Nunes and Rudy Giuliani in 2016, as Giuliani was making the media rounds arguing that Ukrainian officials colluded to help Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. This information will most certainly be used to argue that Nunes is not just a defender of Trump but also an active participant in Giuliani's Ukrainian push.

Nunes isn't happy about that. Last night he tweeted a Washington Examiner piece in which Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R–La.) accuses Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D–Calif.) of "spying" on Nunes and asks, "Are there other members of Congress that he is spying on, and what justification does he have? He needs to be held accountable and explain what he's doing, going after journalists, going after members of Congress, instead of doing his job."

But there's no reason to assume that Schiff was specifically targeting Nunes, and it's unlikely that any laws were broken here. Nunes' name and calls came up in the metadata of the impeachment's investigation targets. What is happening to the California congressman right now is an easily foreseeable consequences of the surveillance system Nunes supports.

Scalise should know full well how Schiff is getting this information. He, like Nunes, has supported expanding the NSA's authority to snoop on Americans. Whenever attempts to expand this power has been brought up for a vote, Scalise has been happy to vote yes. In 2018, as House whip, Scalise circulated an email to GOP members with text from Nunes encouraging them to vote against an Amash attempt to provide stronger privacy protections for Americans.

Maybe next time Amash or somebody else in Congress brings forward a bill protecting Americans from secret unwarranted data collection, Nunes and Scalise might consider supporting it.

 

"DOH!!"

-Devin Nunes

 

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