'Losers gonna lose': Devin Nunes buried in ridicule after his $435 million lawsuit against CNN is tossed
House Intelligence Ranking Member Devin Nunes (screengrab)

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) didn't have any more luck suing CNN over a report that he was involved Donald Trump's effort to dig up dirt on now-President Joe Biden over business dealings in Ukraine than he did when he sued a "cow" on Twitter that he felt was harassing him.

On Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Laura Taylor Swain tossed out the suit seeking $435 million in damages, on a technicality involving choosing the wrong venue for filing.

According to the judge, "Plaintiff … argues that, if the Court were to look to the place where he suffered the greatest injury, the laws of either Virginia or the District of Columbia should apply because that is where he performs his role overseeing the activities of the Intelligence Community," before adding, "Nunes does not proffer any additional facts that support his conclusory statement that he suffered substantial injury in either Virginia or District of Columbia, much less a greater injury there than in the home state that sends him to Congress as the representative of his district."

With yet another lawsuit dismissed, critics of the litigious California Republican were quick to pile on and point out his ongoing losing streak.

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