Internet unleashes mockery on 'fake farmer' Devin Nunes with #ImAFarmerLikeNunes
Rep. Devin Nunes with Russian Cow (Photos: Gage Skidmore/Flickr and Nikolay Antonov/Shutterstock)

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) was outed as a "fake farmer" during the 2018 election, where it was uncovered he never owned a farm and his family farm relocated to Iowa over a decade ago.

But the Fresno Bee announced Thursday that Nunes bought a "farm" to stop the criticisms of his personal branding effort. But some don't believe it's real. In the financial disclosure form, Nunes said it was valued at $0-$15,000. Properties in California don't generally go for $15,000 or less.

"I grew up here, and farmed this land," Nunes says in a campaign ad in front of a field of planted crops.

The parody Twitter account that has been sued by the California Congressman, @DevinCow, used the information to mock Nunes for still trying to pretend to be a farmer. The cow, like the Nunes family, is not in California, it too lives in Iowa.

You can see a few of those tweets below: