In case you missed it, Tuesday was like a late Christmas for The Resistance, as Sen. Dianne Feinstein decided to publish on her website a transcript of Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson’s testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee — a document that committee chair Chuck Grassley did not want to be released, calling it “confounding” that Feinstein would release a transcript of the panel’s interview with Simpson in the middle of an ongoing investigation.

Like we said, liberals were ecstatic:

Why did she suddenly release the transcripts against the wishes of the committee chair? Apparently, she just felt like it.

That was Tuesday, though. On Wednesday, Feinstein’s story changed a bit, and she didn’t just decide to do it — she was pressured.

She “just got pressured”?

So on Tuesday, she just decided to publish the transcripts on her website to the delight of The Resistance, but on Wednesday she said she was pressured to release them before she could even inform the committee chairman of what she was doing.

So, yeah … who put that amount of pressure on the senator?


Just short of an hour after his first tweet, CNN’s Manu Raju posted this follow-up:



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