Thanks for the theater, President Trump!

Unable to put a dent in President Trump’s character with their sleazy, illegal surveillance, the thousands of pages of evidence, which are all condensed into a single Devin Nunes four-page memo, about to be released, Democrats are apoplectic.

Watch Nancy “Batshit Crazy” Pelosi just before she goes into foaming-at-the-mouth conniptic seizures. She is shaking, stammering, and attacking her interviewer, Chris Cuomo, telling him that he doesn’t know what he is talking about when he stands Batshit up on her fanstastic lies.

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I’m not sure how long Nancy has been in Congress, but I’m sure it is triple digits. Her ship sailed long ago. So, that begs the question, “What should we do with Nancy Pelosi?” Take our poll at the bottom of the article.

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Transcript of the Pelosi/Cuomo dialogue, from the video, below….

Batshit Crazy: They have made up a memo that isn’t even true, and they’re lying to the American people.

Chris Cuomo: So what are you going to do about it?

Batshit Crazy: The Republican Party has ch-ch-ch-ch, as I said (Foghorn, is that you?), crossed over to cover up. They’re deadly afraid of a Russia investigation.

Chris Cuomo: Wray, Director of the FBI, obviously, recently selected by President Trump, he got the memo. He could have come out and said, ‘This is reckless, don’t release it.’

Batshit Crazy: With all due respect, you really don’t know what you’re talking about right now!

Miller nails it!

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