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[WATCH/COMMENTARY] Nunes Pushes ‘Deep State’ Conspiracy That President Biden’s Speeches Are ‘Computer Enhanced’

Why yes, you read that headline correctly.

Because nobody has to try to tell the truth anymore if they’re a Republican not named Liz Cheney or Adam Kinzinger, now Devin Nunes (remember him? Sued a parody Twitter account, slept with a foreign spy, was identified as a foreign agent for his role in the Ukraine scandal, yet somehow is still not in prison for those last two things) is pushing one of the crazier conspiracies about Joe Biden yet.

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 15: Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-CA., speaks during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence holds its annual World-Wide Threat Hearing at the U.S. Capitol on April 15, 2021 in Washington DC. The committee will hear testimony about the current security threats that face the United States and its allies. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis-Pool/Getty Images)

Nunes doesn’t think President Biden can possibly speak for himself. Ignoring the 100-minute rambling nonsensical whine-fest from Dear Leader the night before, Nunes joined Maria “Money Dummy” Bartiromo on her Sunday show to say out loud where people could see and hear him that the Biden Administration is employing technology to make it seem like the President can speak.

“You know it’s getting bad when the propaganda machine that the Democratic socialists control in this country. They control 95% of the media or so,” Nunes lied. “And then you take the big tech oligarchs that control and censor what we receive via social media. When that poison gets to the average independent American, that propaganda, you know it’s bad when they can’t even find a 15- or 30-second soundbite out of a full-hour town hall that they can plug into their own propaganda machine.”

Not only is that a lie, but it’s also borderline anti-Semitic dog-whistling with the “controlling the media” angle. Also, it would be great if they could get together on whether the Democrats are Marxists, Fascists, or Socialists, because they can’t be all three (or any, but semantics aren’t their strong suit). At least Twitter was happily shredding Nunes like a block of mozzarella on a freshly sharpened grater.

If you can tolerate it, here’s Nunes saying the ridiculous words out loud.

 



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