On Tuesday, Republican strategist Amanda Carpenter shredded Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) after he sued Twitter.
“What do a cow, a Congressman, and Twitter all have in common?” CNN host Jake Tapper joked. “They are a part $250 million lawsuits by Nunes.”
Nunes is suing two parody Twitter accounts for alleged “extreme pain and suffering.”
“Is this really about defamation?” Tapper asked.
“It sounds like he is complaining about people being mean to him. Goodness gracious it’s part of the medium,” Democratic strategist Karen Finney said.
“If mean tweets aren’t allowed on the internet anymore then I have really bad news for Trump’s troll army. You don’t have a Constitutional right to popularity on Twitter,” Carpenter said.
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