Jim Carrey, drunk with drama, sends vulgar photo slamming ‘treasonous criminal syndicate’ GOP

This is what being afraid of the truth looks like.

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Actor Jim Carrey displayed his disdain for transparency with a tweet giving Republican Intel Committee Chairman Devin Nunes the middle finger.

Carrey is piping mad with the Republican vote to make a controversial Top Secret FISA memo available to the public.

The bombshell memo has been making waves since GOP lawmakers who viewed it last week called the findings both “shocking” and “alarming.” The decision to make the memo public has gone to President Trump who will presumably sign off on the Republican’s decision.

Democrats, liberals, and mainstream media shills have been screaming from the rafters about the “dangers” of releasing the memo.

That’s not say, that the Top Secret FISA memo rocking Washington D.C. contains “the truth.” We don’t know what exactly is in the four-page document and we don’t know what supporting evidence there is to back up its claims. But, it’s widely speculated that it contains allegations, if not proof, that top officials in the FBI and the DOJ were not only doggedly biased against president-elect Donald Trump, but actively pursued means to undermine Trump’s election and presidency.

Many conservatives have been calling for its release in pursuit of the truth. But, its making liberals like Carrey, very uncomfortable.

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Republican Trey Gowdy has argued that the American people have a right to see it.

“If you think your viewers want to know whether or not the dossier was used in court proceedings, whether or not it was vetted before it was used, whether or not it’s ever been vetted — if you are interested in who paid for the dossier, if you are interested in Christopher Steele’s relationship with Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, then, yes, you will want the memo to come out,” Gowdy told Fox News.

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