There’s been a lot of discussion and debate about the FISA memo that was released yesterday, and disgraced former CBS News anchor Dan Rather figured the situation called for his expertise:
With the release of the memo, the goal of the White House and its willing enablers is to make what is really the truth into a forgettable sidebar.https://t.co/DuyeFLE44H
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) February 3, 2018
Thanks Mr. Rather, we’ll take that under advisement.
Why don't you sit this one out, Times New McRomanhttps://t.co/kftoICBNOm
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) February 3, 2018
Dan has reviewed the documents personally ? pic.twitter.com/OFs81mFz0n
— Tom G Stark (@TomStark913) February 3, 2018
If there's one person you can trust to accurately report on a memo, it's totally this guy. https://t.co/HEQNoKSyfw
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) February 3, 2018
Self-awareness takes another holiday!
Most respectable analysts have determined that the contents of the memo are thin – a far cry from the blockbuster that was promised. And that is even if you buy the conclusions outlined in the memo on face value, and not grossly misleading as many with inside knowledge of the truth have argued.
Wait, are we still talking about the FISA memo, Dan?
HAHAHA… Anything you tweet with the word "Truth" in it is laughable
— Angry Alice Q (@pshark47) February 3, 2018
Isn't Dan Rather under a permanent gag order never to say the word "memo"? https://t.co/WaI1QWKtms
— Mike (@Doranimated) February 3, 2018
And if there’s anyone who knows about the veracity of memos, it’s Dan Rather. https://t.co/V4aL7wA9w1
— Jack in the East (@talkradio200) February 3, 2018
“Fake but accurate”!
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