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domingo, 4 de febrero de 2018

FISA MELTDOWN: Unhinged MSNBC Pundit Calls for REVOLUTION in the Streets

Liberals are literally losing their marbles over the release of the 4-page FISA memo.

Apparently, Democrats no linger believe in “we the people,” and instead prefer “we the government,” clearly transparency is a moot issue for these anti-American big government shills.

It’s so bad now, MSNBC pundit Donny Deutsch is calling for Americans to “take to the streets” and start a REVOLUTION over the release of the memo that exposes catastrophic wrongdoings at FBI, DOJ, and FISA courts.

From IJR

In response to the FISA memo, which the House Intelligence Committee released, advertising executive Donny Deutsch called for a “revolution” during a panel on MSNBC.

He told his fellow panelists that there are “a dozen instances” of Russians working with a top official of President Donald Trump’s campaign during the election. Deutsch added that two have been convicted and called the investigation “good news.”

“We have a guy, a president, who clearly is owned by [Russian President Vladimir] Putin,” he said.

He called the memo “twisted and mangled” and said that Trump now has permission to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

“Our democracy is under siege,” Deutsch declared. “People need to start taking to the streets. This is a dictator.”

The MSNBC panelist said it’s no longer the time to “analyze” what is going on and called it “frightening stuff” for Americans ranging in age from 12 to 80 years old.

He explained that whether you’ve “watched the greatness of this country” or “the future is in front of you,” what is occurring now “is terrifying.”

“People, we need a revolution at this point,” Deutsch declared and dismissed that he’s doing anything other than describing “what’s going on.”

After comments from his fellow panelists, he said that if Rosenstein is fired, “we can’t take this sitting down.”

“I’m not being dramatic. This is what’s happening, kids. I mean, and this guy is winning,” he concluded. “And if Rosenstein is fired, there needs to be people in the streets because it’s getting in scary territory, kids.”