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'You can take that to the bank': Laurence Tribe vouches for Rep. Adam Schiff in flashback tweet

If you haven’t seen the supercut of journalists beclowning themselves over the Russian collusion narrative (“This technically eclipses Benedict Arnold!”) from the Washington Free Beacon’s David Rutz, make sure you do. It’s a lot of fun.

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Plenty of people are eating crow over the Mueller report, and it didn’t take too much digging for someone to find pure gold in Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe’s Twitter feed from just a couple weeks back:

It was funny then, and it’s even funnier now.

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This guy had the right idea back on March 4:

And you can take that to the bank.


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