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  • Published on Mar 19, 2019
  • Rep. Nunes: Twitter should come clean and give us their algorithms #Hannity #FoxNews
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Comments • 1 765

  • J Scotland
    J Scotland Month ago

    Taxpayers pay legal bill to protect Trump business profits PAY UP YOU SUCKERS!
    PROTECT MY TAX RETURNS!
    By Nick Penzenstadler
    Taxpayers are footing the legal bill for at least 10 Justice Department lawyers and paralegals to work on lawsuits related to President Trump's private businesses.
    Neither the White House nor the Justice Department will say how much it is costing taxpayers, but federal payroll records show the salaries of the government lawyers assigned to the cases range from about $133,000 to $185,000.
    The government legal team is defending President Trump in four lawsuits stemming from his unusual decision not to divest himself from hundreds of his companies that are entangled with customers that include foreign governments and officials.
    In the cases, Justice Department attorneys are not defending policy actions Trump took as president. Instead, the taxpayer-funded lawyers are making the case that it is not unconstitutional for the president's private companies to earn profits from foreign governments and officials while he's in office.
    The government lawyers and Trump's private attorneys are making the same arguments - that the Constitution's ban on a president taking gifts from foreign interests in exchange for official actions does not apply to foreign government customers buying things from Trump's companies. The plaintiffs, including ethics groups and competing businesses, argue the payments pose an unconstitutional conflict of interest.
    The Justice Department for weeks refused to answer questions about how many employees were working on the cases and for how long, falsely saying the agency doesn't track such information. USA TODAY identified the government legal staff who are defending Trump’s business profits using the agency's own internal case-tracking database, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
    The Justice Department traditionally defends the office of the president and its occupants’ rights in court, sometimes under novel circumstances. However, the cases about Trump’s businesses create a historically awkward and unusual position for the public lawyers: the result of their arguments in court is to protect the president’s potential customer base.
    “We’ve never before had a president who was branded and it’s impossible to divorce from that brand,” said Stuart Gerson, who served as chief of the Justice Department's civil division for Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton. “It’s blurring the lines because it’s so unusual. I can’t think of a precedent where another civil division lawyer has been called on to defend the president under these circumstances.”
    More: Trump's hotels will not track all foreign profits
    USA TODAY Investigation: Most Trump real estate now sold to secretive buyers
    USA TODAY Investigation: Trump gets millions from golf members. CEOs and lobbyists get access to president
    The conflict-of-interest lawsuits that the Justice Department attorneys are working on hinge on Constitutional provision aimed at making sure federal officials do not get anything of value from foreign powers that might conflict with their first duty to the United States.
    Ethics watchdog groups and other plaintiffs contend that ban applies to foreign governments and officials buying Trump real estate, hotel rooms or other services. Trump’s federal and private lawyers argue that the foreign government customers’ payments are not gifts offered in exchange for him taking action on their behalf.
    “In the emoluments cases, you’ve got the DOJ defending him on constitutional principles, but their end goal is to let him keep his money and they’re defending his personal interests,” said William Weinstein, a New York attorney suing Trump in one of the foreign payments cases.
    The government and private attorneys working on the cases related to Trump's private businesses all declined comment.
    Whether Trump is defended by public or private lawyers can depend on whether someone is suing Donald Trump the person or President Donald Trump. In the case of the Washington hotel Trump's company operates six blocks from the White House, he is defending attacks from all sides, from those who named him in his government capacity, and as the real estate mogul who still draws profits from his family-run hotel empire.
    Last month, Brett Shumate, DOJ’s deputy assistant attorney general argued Trump’s case in a Manhattan courtroom. He said that foreigners staying in Trump’s hotels aren’t providing “foreign gifts” because there is no proof they got an official benefit from the U.S. government in exchange for patronizing the president's business.
    “President Obama, we know he received royalties from the sale of books during his presidency," the government lawyer argued in court. "Did he violate the Emoluments Clause because he likely would have received royalties from the sale of the books to foreign government representatives?”
    Shumate went on to say the arguments that the founders intended for a president’s businesses to not sell things to foreign government customers was absurd. In the end, if the government lawyers' arguments win, Trump’s companies - and he - gain financially.
    The Justice Department lawyers' involvement is “strange,” said U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., who pressed Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a hearing last month about how his department determined it was appropriate to defend Trump in the cases about his private businesses.
    Sessions said he “believed” DOJ’s Office of Legal Counsel was consulted. Spokesmen for both the DOJ and the Office of Legal Counsel would not answer questions whether the office reviewed the appropriateness of DOJ attorneys working on the case.
    “It’s the responsibility of the Department of Justice to defend the Office of the Presidency in carrying out its activities against charges that are not deemed meritorious," Sessions said. "We believe that this is defensible and we’ve taken the position that our top lawyers’ believe is justified."
    The department blocked a USA TODAY request under the Freedom of Information Act seeking release of time sheets for attorneys working the case, arguing the lawyers’ hours are covered by attorney-client privilege. USA TODAY has appealed.
    For President Trump, the free government attorneys are a bargain. Private attorneys in places like Washington and New York could cost him at least $500 to $1,000 an hour.
    “In many ways, they’ve sued the wrong person. When Paula Jones sued Clinton she didn’t sue the president, she sued the alleged sexual assaulter, a private person,” said Andy Grewal, a law professor at the University of Iowa that has written about the emoluments challenges.
    Although President Clinton was represented by a private lawyer, because he was sued as a private citizen, DOJ went to court on multiple occasions to argue that the president should not have to defend a private civil suit while in office. Had the court agreed with that view, it would have allowed him to put off dealing with a harassment suit until he left office.
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  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater Month ago

    Reading these posts here the spelling an ignorant comments they must be russians.

  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater Month ago

    Nunes needs to just fade away.

  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater Month ago

    The little boy who cried wolf.

  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater Month ago

    To calculate nunes 250 mil law suit you take his character worth and add 250 mil.

  • Yoseman1
    Yoseman1 Month ago

    What a "snowflake" this guy is. You're only using Fox News (owned by an Australian bilionaire, formerly owned partially by the Saudi Royal Family until a few years ago) as your only news platform, and SEAN HANNITY'S SHOW of all things, and you're going to complain about fake news?!? LOL! How does that work???

  • Johnny B
    Johnny B 2 months ago

    Look ALL social media companies have crossed the line with regards to MONITIZATION - once done they are not a free form not-for-profit platform and have entered into the area of commerce which has CONTROLS nationally and internationally by the gov under the constitution these are by defacto MONOPLIES but the trade in ideas and content rather than wood pulp, cars, gold or durable goods - same thing however

  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater 2 months ago

    Classic dishing it out but cant take it. Big whiny baby.

  • Andy Slater
    Andy Slater 2 months ago

    Snowflake

  • Birdman PB
    Birdman PB 2 months ago

    Lol all of the Patriots in the comment section going after free speech

  • dakitz
    dakitz 2 months ago

    Lol hannity nunes are jokes

  • jeff bates
    jeff bates 2 months ago

    Sit down bitchass Nunes!

  • Ina Blink
    Ina Blink 2 months ago

    How long will it take now for a Dumb O Rat to turn into a Smart Republic Can ?

  • Russell Thompson
    Russell Thompson 2 months ago

    Waa Waa Waa Waa

  • Gregory Sdeo
    Gregory Sdeo 2 months ago

    What a wimp Nunes is.....Hannity is weak too

  • The Postman
    The Postman 2 months ago

    Twitter Face Book and social media operate under the guise of being "private companies". But they also publish material which falls under laws which protect free speech, the first amendment. We all know that they have censored, blocked, deplatformed, deleted, banned, demonitized, and erased content they find offensive on political grounds. Alex Jones and info wars is just one of many. I look forward to our government having all the CEOs brought into federal court to explain their actions? I'm sure it will be enlightening?

  • Adonalsium
    Adonalsium 2 months ago

    he sounds like snowflake who wants a safe space.
    here is a revelation no matter what side you are on politicly there will mean people on twitter saying mean things about you. deal with it or stay off twitter.

    • Jade Kilgallon
      Jade Kilgallon 2 months ago

      Hes not saying that about mean people he's saying it's one sided I can tell your a liberal with seleced hearing

    • Jade Kilgallon
      Jade Kilgallon 2 months ago

      They are banning them how's that a snowflake you moron

  • Spookay T'is Me
    Spookay T'is Me 2 months ago +2

    Oh God save us, Nunes makes the Right look like the Snow-Flakes that the Leftists actually are!

  • adamr55
    adamr55 2 months ago

    HAHAHAHA Devin Nunes should have read Hustler Magazine vs. Falwell regarding political satire no matter how objectionable it is, is considered protected speech. Public figures can't take legal litigation all because someone pokes fun at you. I am guessing he is just annoyed that his biased memo didn't bear fruit.

    • Jade Kilgallon
      Jade Kilgallon 2 months ago

      No because it's happen to other people and he still won

  • Rikkousa
    Rikkousa 2 months ago

    It couldn’t have happened to a better group of people..time wounds all heels. I hope that the are investigated and regulated. This is the public square that the have a monopoly on

  • WindWipper
    WindWipper 2 months ago

    Seems to me that if Nunes was serious about his lawsuit and was really 'in it to win it' that he would have chosen an attorney with a reputation for WINNING, but instead he chose a certain Mr. Bliss who is the lawyer for Robert David Steele and known for getting cases dismissed. Also, Alan Dershowitz says Nunes lawsuit doesn't stand a chance.

  • Michael Harding
    Michael Harding 2 months ago

    What a snowflake.

  • southpaw3sox
    southpaw3sox 2 months ago

    ...I got banned and I really do not know why....oh yeah...I think it might be that I love America.

  • Diane Owen
    Diane Owen 2 months ago

    "It’s the silence of hearing that little voice of conscience in your head like an annoying mosquito, saying something is really, really fundamentally wrong with disrespecting and attacking a war hero just to get some cheap laughs," DailyKosCommunity

  • DJ Salad
    DJ Salad 2 months ago

    who says the right is without its snowflakes?

  • nina marroqui
    nina marroqui 2 months ago

    Nunez suing a cow 😂😂😂😂😂

  • nina marroqui
    nina marroqui 2 months ago

    All this Republicans idiots love Twitter, Facebook,you tube,bunch of idiots 😂😂😂😂😂

  • nina marroqui
    nina marroqui 2 months ago

    Nunez you are a cow Ard criminal, like you boss😂😂😂😂 stupid Nunez 😂😂😂😂😂

  • viola F. Link
    viola F. Link 2 months ago

    Nunes, a great man.

  • You Tuber
    You Tuber 2 months ago

    He is one of those MAGA maniac

  • You Tuber
    You Tuber 2 months ago

    Only twats complain about tweets

  • You Tuber
    You Tuber 2 months ago

    Nunes is a pathetic loser.

  • Greasewood Annie
    Greasewood Annie 2 months ago

    If Twitter keeps up, let's consider a class action. There's plenty of people being harassed by Twitter. Myself included

  • T O
    T O 2 months ago

    Why did you wait until now? I Never understand why you guys wait until too late. We had 2 years of majority and you guys have prosecuted not one person. Mr Fitton and JW have been much more effective.....so sad.

  • darren wilson
    darren wilson 2 months ago

    Conservatives of all colors need to be placed in a protected class, so it become illegal to discriminate against them. They currently need the most legal protections. I mean Obozo had the IRS itself targeting conservatives, guess people forgot about Louis Lerner pleading the 5th when she was busted. Then of course Obama found about about this on the news, kind of like when he wire tapped the free press, and they were only mad at him for 30 seconds..

  • Andrew Gonzalez
    Andrew Gonzalez 2 months ago

    Going after people who say naughty things about him. Yeah this is not going to get far. Is he going to sue all 500k users who post negative things about him?

  • Keep Moving
    Keep Moving 2 months ago

    Jesus was a dark skinned liberal. Chew on that!

  • PARANDROID
    PARANDROID 2 months ago

    Neat how he acts as if he would be a sane person.

  • Meh Meh
    Meh Meh 2 months ago

    Slander? Going to be considered real news? Seriously isn’t it usually people from Fox who are always complaining people are too sensitive and can’t take a joke? I don’t know how more obvious it could be that some of those accounts were jokes! One is literally called “Devin Nunes Cow”. MOST OF ITS TWEETS WERE JUST MAKING FUN OF HIM WITH COW PUNS! Look I know this won’t do much, but some of those lawsuits are very clearly infringement of freedom of speach

  • Steven Roach
    Steven Roach 3 months ago

    What an idiot. How quickly will this get thrown out?

  • Eric Schmidt
    Eric Schmidt 3 months ago +1

    How does anyone think this is not idiotic? Nunes literally sponsored an anti-frivolous litigation bill and now he's pulling this bull crap? Jeez. Conservatives really are up against the wall now, aren't they?

  • Eric Schmidt
    Eric Schmidt 3 months ago +2

    Conservatives love the first amendment until people point out how stupid they are.

  • Eric Schmidt
    Eric Schmidt 3 months ago +2

    Lol. The hypocrisy is delicious.
    Talk about a thin-skinned snowflake.

  • zhaoyun255
    zhaoyun255 3 months ago

    It's about time Twitter got what they deserved. After the Vic situation, YOU ARE GOING DOWN, SON!!!!!

  • 88Gibson LesPaul
    88Gibson LesPaul 3 months ago

    Devin Nunes throws it at Mueller and everyone else but....he's a cow-ard.

  • Peter
    Peter 3 months ago

    He's suing twitter.....what a thin skinned snowflake hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

  • Rebecca Brown
    Rebecca Brown 3 months ago

    NUNES.....One of the Good Guys!

  • Ed
    Ed 3 months ago

    Trying to sue twitter is like trying to sue Putin for rigging the 2016 Election. Not going to happen, but you can try.

  • John Repnau
    John Repnau 3 months ago

    Hannity having a hard time to keep from laughing at loud. Moooo!

  • Sharralynn Pierce Woolworth

    Good On You! I hope guys like you keep on with this because they have shown a desire to control! Worse , they don't think any of their behaviours are Wrong! We are behind you 100%!

  • Made in America
    Made in America 3 months ago +1

    Devin Nunes is a coward and a cow rapist. Everyone is saying so, believe me.

  • dennis lawrence
    dennis lawrence 3 months ago

    Fox News, Traitor Trump's Propaganda Channel.

  • dennis lawrence
    dennis lawrence 3 months ago

    Nunes is a fool,he will lose all of these cases.

  • driver3596
    driver3596 3 months ago

    Traitos Devin Nunes is as stupid as they come. For the remainder of his worthless life, this assclown will now be constantly hounded by people making cow references/noises. He won't be able to walk or eat in public without seeing/hearing it. I hope it drives him to violence, and as a result he ends up in prison where he belongs.

  • Dennis Leduc
    Dennis Leduc 3 months ago

    hahahaha... poor snowflakes are melting.

  • Bob Bob
    Bob Bob 3 months ago +1

    MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    • driver3596
      driver3596 3 months ago

      Idiot traitor Nunes will be hearing "moooooo" everywhere he goes for the rest of his pathetic life. LOLOLOL

  • Jay Lev
    Jay Lev 3 months ago +2

    Nunes and Hannity deserve each other. They’re two truly pathetic snowflakes. How dare they accuse ANYONE of spreading ‘fake news’ when they do it every single day! They’re nothing more than propagandist, division sowing, conspiracy theorists Trump sheep.

  • Fern Walker
    Fern Walker 3 months ago

    He’s an idiot. Totally frivolous suit should be tossed immediately as a waste of court time.

  • PutinTrump2020 X
    PutinTrump2020 X 3 months ago +1

    Nunes is the same clown who defended teabaggging protester for using the N word

  • Deborah AIchele
    Deborah AIchele 3 months ago

    Nunes wins

    • Keyser Söze
      Keyser Söze 3 months ago

      Deborah AIchele Nunes’ mom wins

  • SmallTownGamer
    SmallTownGamer 3 months ago

    Hey Fox "News". When I searched your site for articles on former President Obama, there were a significant percentage of negative articles written about him. Open up your algorithms, show us how you get these "fair and balanced" reporting results!
    I hope you understand the utter non-sense that kind of request is. Those "algorithms" are only driven on what is produced, what is queried, and what people actually click on. It has nothing to do with political bias. There is actually less positive reporting of President Donald Trump, and people aren't looking for it. So why would a search algorithm give pointless results wasting bandwidth on top results (excluding promoted searches), all the while and lowering credibility with the end user?
    P.S. It did it's job when you were head of the Congressional Intelligence Committee. And it serves our President without issue. Other than disclosing he is using a non-secured device. But that is Donald Trumps error, not Twitter spreading fake news.

  • potterbond007
    potterbond007 3 months ago

    Twitter bans everyone .. can't help it if nunes and his cronies send out more malicious tweets and gets banned more often..

  • potterbond007
    potterbond007 3 months ago

    awww... crybaby nunes..

  • tip pullthemnow
    tip pullthemnow 3 months ago

    So someone called nunes and his mom cattle. Mooooo..😆😆😆😆

  • Gordon Hazlette
    Gordon Hazlette 3 months ago

    Just another Republican Snowflake!

  • dirtydobby8
    dirtydobby8 3 months ago

    Lmao conservatives have turned into real snowflakes

  • Astroknott 58
    Astroknott 58 3 months ago

    Don’t think $250 millions enough. Sue for a full billion. That should get these assholes attention.

  • Go Peace
    Go Peace 3 months ago

    Devin Nunes' Cow is a great Twitter account! Before this aired it had 1,000 subscribers and within a day it had 450,000 subscribers

  • Go Peace
    Go Peace 3 months ago

    He's suing a fake cow!

  • Go Peace
    Go Peace 3 months ago

    So do conservatives want to bring back the fairness doctrine and tell private companies what to do?

  • gap949
    gap949 3 months ago

    Anything to try and get noticed ! Hahahahaaa !

  • Peter George
    Peter George 3 months ago

    The rest of the world has got to put up with the vile right .

  • Peter George
    Peter George 3 months ago

    Devin Nunes what pathetic crybaby.

  • WildwoodClaire1
    WildwoodClaire1 3 months ago

    Why ARE Republicans such a bunch of snowflakes?

  • WildwoodClaire1
    WildwoodClaire1 3 months ago

    Besides being a national laughingstock, Devon Nunes is an udder disgrace.

  • Mike C
    Mike C 3 months ago

    Nunes, dude are you so fragile that you have an attack of crying each time you see / read something critical? Stop moaning and grow a pair.

  • dick castle
    dick castle 3 months ago

    It kinda sounds like fox news wants some kinda "fairness doctrine" instituted.... bunch of fuckin hypocrites

  • STPfuzzDemon
    STPfuzzDemon 3 months ago

    Twitter permanently banned me for asking why Peter Fonda wasn't suspended for making threats to 12 year old Barron Trump (and why so many Dems support Louis Ferrakhan).

  • Oscar Flores
    Oscar Flores 3 months ago

    Haaa.. What a Baby

  • Michael O'Connor
    Michael O'Connor 3 months ago

    Poor baby Devin. Can't take a joke even though he IS a joke and his lawsuit makes far more people aware of that he's an asinine sycophant than ever before. You should see the lovely diagram published as part of the lawsuit! Let's just say that it demonstrates the real relationship between Putin, the Gump, and little Devin.

  • immrnoidall
    immrnoidall 3 months ago

    i hope he wins.

  • Larry James
    Larry James 3 months ago

    I hate cows. They are mean. And they get more votes than me. And they spread sh.... stuff everywhere. I hate those wimpy snowflakes, not near as tough as Nunes, who attacks a phony, rude and silly cow. We must rally to the aid, of this tough skinned congressman, and must sue the farty smarty NunesCow.

  • wagzel
    wagzel 3 months ago

    When Nunes filed the suit against the cow account it had 1,200 followers. Now that he has publicized the cow account, it has a half million and growing followers. Nunes actual account has less than the cow account, well played sir.

  • Impeach 45
    Impeach 45 3 months ago

    Everyone should stand together and boycott advertisers if Fox does not fire Pirro.

  • TUES
    TUES 3 months ago +1

    Devin Nunes's Skin
    Still thin

  • Impeach 45
    Impeach 45 3 months ago +1

    Nunes has been completely useless for the past 2 years and was Trump's lapdog. No wonder he is throwing a hissy fit right now.

  • Impeach 45
    Impeach 45 3 months ago +3

    Cry baby, cow-face Nunes whining because he lost chairmanship to Schiff.

  • Impeach 45
    Impeach 45 3 months ago +4

    Nunes' political stunt will be dismissed faster than Fox News suspending Jeanine Pirro.

  • The RealChilant
    The RealChilant 3 months ago +3

    Usually when I don’t like something I scrap it all together. This guy is desperate for attention. He is grown man saying he is being bullied by internet trolls. Cry me a river . 😭

  • AMERICAN PATRIOT
    AMERICAN PATRIOT 3 months ago

    Why do Conservatives want to be on a liberal platform? Don't you have GAB? I don't see liberals on crying about being on Conservative platforms. You know how many liberals use GAB? ZERO.

  • Kevin Macpherson
    Kevin Macpherson 3 months ago +2

    Get a sense of humour Nunes!! You're not only an embarrassment to yourself, but your family and your country!!
    @DevinNunesSkin -> this one is good!

  • Michael Ogilvie
    Michael Ogilvie 3 months ago

    So this guy is suing ‪an imaginary cow 🐮@DevinCow ‬

  • Sara Stuart content mover

    I have to hear his argument. Here is my hunch: there is no case for a employee of the federal government. Twitter is a use as is platform and they do not charge a fee they just mine your data and God knows what else to be profitable. The federal , state and local government officials and departments in the United States have are wrong to use Twitter because of the risk of impersonation and the risk of hacking. Unless Twitter has a contract with the government entity then they are under no obligation to provide anything different than they do for the public. Twitter has no service to offer to any US government department, agency or employee. Now if a US individual using twitter sues twitter will it have standing?

  • low key
    low key 3 months ago

    What a wonderful idea! *Anyone* who posts insulting, inaccurate information on Twitter should have their accounts yanked, and be subject to heavy fines and demotion by their employers! ...okay, pResident tRump, we have 3728 counts against you; demotion to dog catcher and public humiliation is your sentence. ...oops, you publicly humiliate yourself every time you post on Twitter -- never mind, carry on. Nunes, grow a pair -- learn the concept of free speech, and develop a sense of humor...then pass the info on to tRump.

  • Tabacish
    Tabacish 3 months ago

    Bahahaha!!! Snowflake...

  • some guy
    some guy 3 months ago

    The liberal " snowflakes" we're mean to me. I want 250000000 dollars, even though I'm the guy who wrote a paper on the evils of frivolous lawsuits.

  • Pete A
    Pete A 3 months ago

    Good for Nunes! However, $250 million is too little for these defaming /conservative censoring miscreants. The tech giants sneeze this kind of $ every day. But it's a good start. American citizens, who have been victimized by illegal alien crime due to Dopeycrat Sanctuary City policy, now need to hold public officials accountable for their failure to follow and ignoring Federal Law.

  • Greg debree
    Greg debree 3 months ago

    Hey Nunez. Mooooooo!!!!!!

  • B Solo NJ
    B Solo NJ 3 months ago

    Wow suing Twitter for vulgar comments, Maybe they should stop quite a few Politicians that stay on Twitter all the time!!

  • Paul Colbourne
    Paul Colbourne 3 months ago

    TRUMP RUN TV