Maybe This Is The Pussy Trump Should Have Grabbed

June 22, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Everybody’s favorite bad liar and gotta-be-on-drugs to act like he does, Devin Nunes, is loudly burping out of his mouth again.

But whatever drugs he’s taking has not helped with his paranoia.  His rambling interview at a local rightwing radio station is an adventure in persecution complexities.

By the way, he has also caught that thing that Trump has hugely bigly.

Nunes was then asked why an all-Republican Congress was not passing more legislation. He corrected the caller, saying the House, Senate and Trump have signed more bills into law than any previous Congress/presidential combination in history up to this point.

Oh, that might be a tiny exaggeration.

But, here’s the part that got me.  Nunes says that he can’t possibly have town halls because, you know, citizens might show up and we can’t be having that.  Do you know why?

“The last thing we’re going to do is give in to a lot of left-wing activists and media,” Nunes said. “And with these security situations, I don’t know how any member of Congress can do a town hall.”

Security situations?  What the hell is that? Do you want to know who shows up in person and walks along a rope line shaking hands?  Gabby Gifford, that’s who.

Nunes is a coward.

Go read the interview linked above.  The guy is nine cents short of a dime.

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10 Comments to “Maybe This Is The Pussy Trump Should Have Grabbed”


  1. Second Amendment solutions aren’t nearly as popular as they were a year ago.

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  2. That Other Jean says:

    Out of deference to Momma, I will refer to Devin Nunes as a chicken. . .heart, not the term I’d rather use. He is also a liar and an idiot.

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  3. Brett Favre once said he was paid to practice football during the week. On Sunday he played for free.

    Perhaps members of Congress should have that same attitude. They’re paid for the real work, like voting on a bill, or attending a minimum number of required town hall meetings.

    Then, when they sit in their office chairs they can play for free.

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  4. Nunes translated: Mommeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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  5. “Cowards die many times before their deaths. The brave experience death only once.”

    Devin Nunes is a coward.

    Jeronimo Yanez is a coward.

    I would prefer to have seen neither of them as police officers or as members of Congress.

    Neither office requires John Wayne-like courage, but it does require the courage to walk a line of roped off strangers and clasp each hand and wish each well.

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  6. If they went to town halls, they might find out what people actually think of them and what they’re doing. Can’t have that. They’d much rather write bills in secret, often dictated by their big donors, and impose them on the unwashed masses. Let’s screw poor and sick people so we and our rich buddies can have a big fat tax cut!

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  7. Mother Jones' cat says:

    So now taxpayers are going to have to pay huge amounts of money to provide security to these dangerous guys and, at the same time, taxpayers will not be given a chance to speak with their representatives. We are going to pay dearly for James Hodgekinson’s unhinged actions at the Congressional ball game.

    It is not quite the same but it sure comes close to meeting the “No taxation without representation” smell test.

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  8. Seeing as Nunez has one of the highest percentages in the country using the affordable care act – the next election may be a real eye opener

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  9. Tilphousia says:

    The Congressional and Senate rethugs are quislings as well as craven cowards. They leach off of the taxpayers and scream about ‘welfare queens’. They are the true welfare queens, they and their too wealthy masters. Nunes is a preachy little coward who probably couldn’t make it in the real world. So he lied and conned his way into congress. Wonder if he will survive 2018. Odds are against it. People are waking up. ‘Bout time.

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  10. Lunargent says:

    I thought Nunez was resigning.
    Why is he still here?
    Maybe a delay in his contract with Fox, or whomever?

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