Happy Birthday, David Nunes

Eleventy-dimensional Stratergery from Devin Nunes!

who’s California family dairy farm is now in Iowa:

So here’s the secret: The Nunes family dairy of political lore—the one where his brother and parents work—isn’t in California. It’s in Iowa. Devin; his brother, Anthony III; and his parents, Anthony Jr. and Toni Dian, sold their California farmland in 2006. Anthony Jr. and Toni Dian, who has also been the treasurer of every one of Devin’s campaigns since 2001, used their cash from the sale to buy a dairy eighteen hundred miles away in Sibley, a small town in northwest Iowa where they—as well as Anthony III, Devin’s only sibling, and his wife, Lori—have lived since 2007. Devin’s uncle Gerald still owns a dairy back in Tulare, which is presumably where The Wall Street Journal’s reporter talked to Devin, and Devin is an investor in a Napa Valley winery, Alpha Omega, but his immediate family’s farm—as well as his family—is long gone.

So, you know, that cheap line that Nunes throws out while campaigning, about how he’s a California farmer who likes agriculture and cows and what not, it’s just another lie. OK, California, you know what to do.

Anyway, today Nunes is 45. Happy birthday!

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3 Responses to Happy Birthday, David Nunes

  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    These Iowans love their cheap undocumented immigrant labor, why the fuck do they vote for Steve King?

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    • They want to keep their cheap undocumented immigrant slave labor cheap and undocumented; the better to keep them as slaves. So long as ICE is only tossing out the obvious ones (how many farms has ICE raided in an organized fashion? Very few? Funny that! They’re going for maximum public terrorization without the organized sweeps that would seriously affect the slaveholders.)

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    Here’s the article that’s coming out in the next Esquire magazine. An interesting read, to say the least:



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