Ex-Democrat lawmaker comes unglued over FISAgate: ‘Lock every single one of these bastards up’

Friday’s release of the controversial Nunes memo, which detailed FISA abuses by a partisan Department of Justice and FBI which sought to surveil Trump campaign staffers on the basis of the salacious and unsubstantiated DNC and Clinton campaign funded “Trump dossier,” hit different people different ways, apparently.

While Republicans wanted to get to the bottom of the corruption and obvious abuses of power, Democrats downplayed the memo and even attacked Republican lawmakers, particularly its author, California Congressman Devin Nunes.

One of the strongest salvos from the other side of the aisle came when former Michigan Democratic Representative. John Dingell, who served in the House of Representatives for a record 59 years, accused Republicans of being “complicit” in obstruction of justice.

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Because how dare Republicans point out facts that might get in the way of a Robert Mueller railroading.

“The memo was released, contains nothing of substance, and Congressional Republicans are quite clearly complicit in this White House’s efforts to undermine and obstruct justice,” tweeted the former Congressman, who has since been replaced on the Hill by his wife, Debbie Dingell. “Lock every single one of these bastards up.”

For what? Telling the truth?

In another tweet, Dingell declared that he was “having trouble processing the fact I likely trust groundhog meteorologist more than the President and half of Congress.”

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Scott Morefield

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