CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin on Wednesday went all-in against congressional Republicans after FBI Director Christopher Wray publicly criticized a push to release the controversial anti-FBI memo written by staff members for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA).
“Republicans in Congress are getting most of their information from tin foil hats,” Tobin explained. “This is political partisanship dressed up as attacks on the FBI. Let’s just pause for a second and ask ourselves: What are the chances that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is a nest of liberal activists?”
“Has anyone here been in the United States before?” Toobin continued. “This is the FBI. This is not how the FBI has ever worked! It has been a conservative law enforcement institution. That’s what the FBI was, that’s what the FBI is—this is insanity.”
Watch the clip below, via CNN:
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A group of children called out Philadelphia police officers who said that they wanted the kids to be "shaking" from the confrontation.
Video posted on social media over the weekend shows a white officer telling a shirtless African-American boy to get in his police cruiser.
The video was posted by Twitter by a user named Asia who claimed to be a student waiting for her bus.
Instagram is helping this get out, but it needs more attraction. This Happened in Philadelphia,Pa on Thursday. A group of school kids and I were waiting for the bus at the bus stop when a cop car came to us, slowed down and stared at us then kept going down the street. pic.twitter.com/OrvOvWf3Oh
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Julian Castro nails McConnell and GOP to the wall for putting ‘sexual predator’ Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court
Calling into MSNBC's "AM Joy" on Sunday morning, Democratic presidential contender Julian Castro ripped into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a serial sexual predator and said that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the GOP are to blame for his being on the court.
Speaking with host Joy Reid, Castro renewed a call he made late Saturday night for Kavanaugh to be impeached over fresh allegations of sexual assault before getting down to the heart of the matter.
"Do you believe there was misconduct in this case by the FBI and the Department of Justice or even by the senators who seemed uninterested in finding out of what really happened with this very brief investigation of Mr. Kavanaugh?" Reid asked.