I meant to say, release the memo. Darn. I blew it again. Actually, I'm seeing that film clip all over the place. Oddly, I'm not seeing video of Patty Page singing, Please Release Me. Maybe everyone is too young for that. Here, have Patty Page.
It's all so terribly complex. Not really. Nevertheless, partisans cannot see beyond their own nose. A past American president, who shall remain nameless but whose name rhymes with SnowBlama, politicized and weaponized two important American departments to use legal means obtained illegally to spy on American citizens, namely Trump, his family, and his associates, to frame a bogus narrative and to swing an election to their preferred candidate whom they protected illegally, and who would conceal their crimes when elected. In fairness, he didn't have to do much. They were eager to act on their own. Eager to use their positions within government to do what they thought was righteous. Just ask Samuel Wurzelbacher how that works, so obvious right at the start.
All commentary by Democrats scrambling to salvage honor from this straight up disaster for them describe everything in precise reverse. Everything. Everything must be reversed for their mirror-reality to work. So to listen is to step through the looking glass. For example, Trump is using this memo to distract from the investigation of his Russian collusion, where the entire Russian collusion investigation is bogus and intended to distract from this illegal interdepartmental collusion. And it works beautifully on Democrats. They still hang their hopes, hang all that they know, on the certain knowledge the investigation will nail Trump and he will certainly be impeached, refusing to accept there is nothing to find.
And so on, with every single detail. They all have a sudden concern for National security, even as they push for wide open borders and promote voter fraud, and distort FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's secret private server located in a bathroom. Even as they conceal evidence that shows Obama communicating with Hillary over unsecured phones in compromised foreign territory after they were warned not to do that, and how communication must be handled. They're saying the memo that they didn't read is filled with lies, a strictly Republican memo for Republicans, while their own counter-memo is rushed and without proper process. They wanted Republicans to sign off for their own counter-memo while denying Republicans the opportunity to read it! Far less follow the process that Republicans so carefully achingly followed. Then blame Republicans for obstructing their message.
Twitter is an awful place populated by dummkopfs too arrogant too fierce in their shallowness to waste time reading. Not everyone. But so many, the place is ruined. Having said that, the following is lifted from Twittter #ReleaseTheMemo. Where you will find the most insanely ridiculous poorly informed rebuttals to this ever contrived in the history of politics. It's sad. Were it not so hilarious and schadenfreudelicious.
Eric Swalwell nerviously lying to Don Lemon. He's choking. He cannot control his eyes.
ERIC SWALWELL— 🇺🇸 USA OVER PARTY (@michaelbeatty3) January 30, 2018
NERVOUSLY LYING TO
DON LEMONHEAD CALLING
IT A "DISCREDITED MEMO"#MAGA #SOTU#TuesdayThoughts #ReleaseTheMemo pic.twitter.com/7NHeS4MLzx
If someone with these crazy-looking eyes is saying the memo shouldn't be released, then that means the memo should be released.
(Maybe I accidentally animated this photo a little bit.)
A long time ago a friend of mine worked with mentally disturbed people and one day he went to work and a group of patients were gathered around the television watching a politician talking about something serious and they were cracking up laughing. He asked them what is so funny. They told him the man was lying ridiculously. He asked them how they knew. They all agreed that everything about him other than his words spoke very clearly that everything he said is untrue. Apparently, normal viewers take in the whole scene and consolidate all the parts before processing the message. Disturbed people see individual frames, so to speak. They skip the automatic consolidation that forms so much of our editing and that makes sense of vast amounts of input each hour. So then, pause the video wherever you like and behold the look of a liar. Disturbed people find this hilarious.
Don't mention this to anyone please, because come to think of it, so do I. The absence of eye contact as she contrives is telling.
Stuttering Nancy Pelosi is shook about the memo that the House Intel Committee voted on today.— Mike (@Fuctupmind) January 30, 2018
You can hear it in her voice.
She says "Chairman Nunes has acted like a stooge"
It's time for @realDonaldTrump to #TweetTheMemo#ReleaseTheMemo pic.twitter.com/C52FIVxf5i
Former US attorney Joe DiGenova: “This is the worst period in History for the @FBI”! #ReleaseTheMemo pic.twitter.com/Rs3aoAQC1S— GITMO 🇺🇸 (@President1Trump) January 30, 2018
That's enough. The hashtag is loaded, and I mean LOADED with a ton more of this. Along with very lame peeps of withered poorly thought through rebuttal not worth the effort of responding .