Ah! Sweet revenge! A New York Times writer, Jason Zengerle wrote a hit piece on Devin Nunes (CA-R). The article instead, was spoiled with errors and falsehoods about Nunes.
Nunes exacted his revenge in the best way possible! By simply, having the TRUTH on his side! (VIDEO BELOW.)
New York Times prints a false hit piece on Devin Nunes.
Sometimes people should refrain from “bragging” rights. And so it was with Jason. He could not wait to tweet about his article that the failing New York Times rushed in to print.
The only problem was, no-one vetted it. A lot like former Obama administration failed attempt to vet the salacious and unverified “dossier”.
Jason Zengerle tweets: (TWEET BELOW.)
“My latest for the
@NYTmag on Devin Nunes, who’s been propagating (and/or falling for) conspiracy theories since before the Deep State was even in a gleam in Donald Trump’s eye.”
My latest for the @NYTmag on Devin Nunes, who's been propagating (and/or falling for) conspiracy theories since before the Deep State was even in a gleam in Donald Trump's eye. https://t.co/yvMvBdBWiA
— Jason Zengerle (@zengerle) April 24, 2018
First, Zengerle claims that Devin, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Chairman had recused himself! Zengerle paints a picture of Nunes as a conspiracy theorist. However, Nunes has the truth on his side. Watch as Nunes destroys Jason’s claim!
Watch the video below where Devin explains he did NOT recuse himself.
Second, Zengerle claims Nunes took a trip that he never took!
As reported by Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist:
“Zengerle falsely claims, for instance, that Nunes jetted off for a two-week trip to Djibouti. “Never been there,” says Nunes. But he points out the implication that such a trip would be foolish is also false, given that Djibouti is a critical location where the Chinese just a built a base, is becoming a gateway to Africa for some nations, and is near the entrance to the Red Sea.”
In closing, if you would like to read more on the falsehoods in the hit piece which was printed by the New York Times, click here.