We’d tell Ted to put the Twitter down BUT watching him make a fool of himself with that questionable Buzzfeed story about Trump and Cohen is hilarious and highly entertaining. Sure, he and other Democrats got super excited over the idea Trump was FINALLY GONNA GET IT but they are putting their faith in an outlet and a reporter that reportedly has a questionable history when it comes to evidence to support their stories.
You do you, though, Ted.
Based on this very incriminating Buzzfeed article, wondering if @realDonaldTrump is going to tweet "No Subornation of Perjury!" Doesn't quite roll off the tongue like "No Collusion!"
Oh, and here's a fun fact. Nixon resigned not because of the crime, but because of the cover up. https://t.co/zVMMwZEnjx
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) January 18, 2019
Quote-tweeting Laurence Tribe? Really?
But hey, at least ol’ Larry had the good sense to say, ‘If this report is true …’
You mean the same Buzzfeed that most Americans believed was an unreliable news source, according to an October 2014 Pew Research Center survey?
— Matt Wilson (@lawyermatt) January 18, 2019
And one of the same reporters who reportedly has a history of not exactly having sufficient evidence for a story?
Buzzfeed is having a hard morning.
We only have to read Ted’s first 7 words to know he’s been day drinking. https://t.co/xDhPfNN13v
— Lizzy Lou Who☃️❄️ (@_wintergirl93) January 18, 2019
We didn’t say it.
We included it in this article BUT we didn’t say it.
Not just on Buzzfeed, there are some serious charges levied in issue number 19's Mad Magazine.
— Federalist Musket?? (@Patriot_Musket) January 18, 2019
NO WAY! Well, that settles it, Trump is totes guilty.
Sidenote, MAD magazine RULES.
And is just as believable as this story from Buzzfeed unless of course, they come up with some magical evidence to support their story.
We’ll keep you posted.