James Woods wins gold for putting the FISA memo into context with one devastating tweet

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?” 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:

And yet, despite all that collusion between the Justice Department, the FBI, the mainstream media, and the Clinton campaign…

Which pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?

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