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Here are the mean tweets Devin Nunes whined about in his new $250 million lawsuit

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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) filled a $250,350,000 lawsuit against The Washington Post on Tuesday.

The Fresno Republican has been filing lawsuits against critics, including his hometown paper and anonymous Twitter users — including one pretending to be a cow.

In the lawsuit, Nunes singled cited individual tweets that bothered him.

Here are the tweets cited in the lawsuit:

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Pompeo is helping Trump destroy US credibility around the world — according to a former assistant secretary of state

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President Donald Trump has made it abundantly clear that he prefers loyalists in his administration. And Trump has no greater loyalist than Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whose unquestioning devotion to the president is the focus of a scathing op-ed by Michael H. Fuchs (former deputy assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs) for The Guardian.

“Donald Trump’s disdain for the people, country and values his office is supposed to represent is unmatched in recent memory,” Fuchs asserts. “And he has found in the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, a kindred spirit who has embraced his role as Trumpism’s number one proselytizer to the world.”

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‘Watershed moment in election law’ as judge rules ‘modern day poll tax’ in Florida unconstitutional

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Advocates for restoring the voting rights of people with past convictions welcomed the ruling as "a powerful reminder that no one can trump the U.S. Constitution."

Civil liberties advocates celebrated after a federal court on Sunday struck down as unconstitutional a Florida law that would have denied the right to vote to nearly a million recently enfranchised state residents with past felony convictions until they paid all outstanding legal fees, fines, and restitution.

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WATCH: Woman screams at Hispanic family for playing ‘Mexican’ music in the park

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A white woman this week was caught on camera screaming at a Hispanic family in a park because they were not playing "American music."

In the video, the woman can be seen confronting the family and chiding them for playing what she described as "Mexican" music during their outing in the park.

One of the men in the park objected to her tirade and informed her that "we're not Mexican."

"You are so f*cking disrespectful!" she yelled. "F*ck all this! F*ck this music, it sucks! You're in America!"

"We have as much right to be in America as you do!" the man replied.

"Then play American music!" she screamed back at them, as a man who had come to the park with her tried to pull her away. "Play American music!"

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