We get what Ana Navarro is trying to say here, but honestly, all she really did with this tweet was prove that Nunes should just go ahead and release the memo because it’s probably a big ol’ nothing-burger anyway.
Other than Devin Nunes -who must have been dropped on his head as a baby- is anyone seriously stupid enough to think trained US intelligence officers would be stupid enough to refer to a secret society, as a “secret society”? They need to come up with a better conspiracy. Really.
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) January 25, 2018
If it’s not a big deal just release it.
Go for it.
Make it happen.
So then you won't a problem with #ReleaseTheMemo
— Sal (@SundevilSal) January 25, 2018
Not a big deal, let us see it.
Let’s not complicate things further.
You watch too much tv Ana. Ppl of all walks of life do and say the DUMBEST things in email and texts. Even pros..
— Anthony Cipollo ?? (@acipollo) January 25, 2018
Anthony Weiner alone proved this true but hey, US intelligence officers are not nearly as stupid.
Ok, we totally laughed out loud when we wrote that. You guys?
Hi there, resident of DC. This would not be the weirdest, stupidest move/comment from someone inside the intelligence community I’ve witnessed (secret service or otherwise).
— Whitney Zatzkin (@MsWZ) January 25, 2018
Wait, is this that argument? Honestly, we’ve lost count so we’ll just go with Russia … keep things simple.
Russia, Russia, Russia.
You're talking about a team who setup a company to pay off a pornstar (allegedly) and left their own names in the registry…
— Mike Haydon (@MikeHaydon) January 25, 2018
Stupid, but are they stupid enough?
That is the real question.