If anyone knows how to get the essence of an issue into 280 characters or less, it’s James Woods.
America continues to process Friday’s release of the Nunes memo, a document that shows FISA warrants were obtained to spy on individuals associated with the Trump campaign based on – not hard evidence – but the now discredited Steele opposition research dossier, which was essentially a campaign smear piece authorized and paid for by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
And yet, Democrats continue to pretend that Russians are a “threat to our Democracy.”
As usual, the conservative actor nailed it using his favorite heat-seeking medium, Twitter:
So Obama’s government, the #DNC, and members of the #MSM all conspired to fix a presidential election by deceiving a secret court allowed to spy on American citizens? Russians couldn’t have done a better job destroying sacred American institutions than #Democrats have.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 2, 2018
“So Obama’s government, the #DNC, and members of the #MSM all conspired to fix a presidential election by deceiving a secret court allowed to spy on American citizens?” Woods tweeted. “Russians couldn’t have done a better job destroying sacred American institutions than #Democrats have.”
The tweet made the rounds pretty quickly, with lots of positive reaction:
Memo proves everything we’ve been saying. The Obama administration was in bed with the clinton campaign to abuse the power of government in an effort to to sabotage Trump’s campaign.
— Colin Lawton??? (@Colin_Lawton1) February 2, 2018
Voters need to remember Democrats did not just spy and attack Trump, they attacked the voting choices of millions of Americans
— Dallas Woodhouse (@DallasWoodhouse) February 2, 2018
Remember that article around June 2016 that said the CIA could hack computers and make it look like Russia did it?
Then remember around August 2016 that Indians foiled a hack and traced it to DHS?
Could it be BHO, HRC & Democrats tried to hack the election, not Russia?
— OldSaltCityAce (@OldSaltCityAce) February 2, 2018
The judge at the FISA court should be questioned..the FBI and all of our intelligence agencies that gave this bogus information to the judge..need to be prosecuted! #LockThemAllUp
— Kimberly (@KimberlyBlunk) February 2, 2018
Brilliant perspective! The Russians could never have done this much damage to America. Our greatest threat is within our own borders.
— MacMiMi (@MacMimi61) February 2, 2018
Exactly right. Democrats are anti-Americans, anti-Constitution. These are homegrown fascists who need to be voted out! #VoteDemsOUT
— PolitixGal (@PolitixGal) February 2, 2018
Can you see me now? Im blending in right? pic.twitter.com/fmC39g2gP7
— Jen~Proud Patriot (@REPUBL_I_CAN) February 2, 2018
And they have been nothing but seditious since the election. Sedition is not political opposition, it’s not resistance, it’s not policy disagreement, it is a crime against America.
— GhostRyder (@GhostRyder459) February 2, 2018
Imagine the uproar if Trump had spent $12 million on Russian kompromat against Hillary, fed it to the @FBI, who then used it as a basis to obtain warrant to spy on HRC campaign. Very definition of Russian collusion.
— Bonny Wright? (@miamivandynyu) February 2, 2018
And yet, despite all that collusion between the Justice Department, the FBI, the mainstream media, and the Clinton campaign…
……and she still couldn’t win!?
— Cathee (@catheescan) February 2, 2018
Which pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?
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