House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) had a rough night, as she took to Fake News Network, also known as CNN, to condescend to her underlings in the media. "You don't know what you're talking about," she said to Chris Cuomo, referring to the redacted portions of the memo that the House Intelligence Committee just voted to release, pending President Trump's approval.
Cuomo, who was successfully impersonating a journalist, fired back, " But did Christopher Wray look at it or no?” Pelosi said, “I can’t say whether he did or not but he did not, he did not–in order to redact, you have to have the people who know…”
Pelosi's feeble attack on the memo is that it would be unfair to the intelligence community to release the memo, which portrays the previous Democrat administration as using police state surveillance tactics against their Republican opposition, in ways that could dwarf Watergate. Her desperation is seeping through even to the gentle questioning of the otherwise compliant Cuomo.
The Democrats have a little less than a week to discredit the memo before the President releases the memo and vindicates himself after having his good name dragged through the mud for a year over alleged Russian collusion. So far, the message coordination has been poor among the Democrats, who, if they are trying to do damage control, are off to a bad start.
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