Dog Day AfterNunes*

Devin Nunes?

I’m losing my will to live:

President Donald Trump recently spoke to top House Intelligence Republican Devin Nunes about replacements for the country’s intelligence chief — the latest sign that Dan Coats’ tenure may be short-lived…

Because of these similar views, some on Capitol Hill and in the intelligence community think Nunes himself could be in the mix for an intelligence post, even if it’s not at ODNI.

“The president would certainly consider Devin Nunes for the director’s position and I eventually see him serving in some capacity in this administration,” said one member of Congress who speaks to Trump frequently. He noted, however, that he sees “all of Devin’s efforts being directed towards a reelection effort in Congress.”

Gee, does the name of that one member of Congress who speaks to Trump frequently rhyme with Nevin Dunes?

Given the lavish tongue-bathing from Nunes and the loyalty oafs (not a typo) that Godfather Stupid prefers, this speculation carries a lot more weight than I care to believe. He’d be confirmed by the GOP Senate in a heartbeat, too, as much as I hate to believe.

*count your blessings, I had a lot of puns to choose from.

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9 Responses to Dog Day AfterNunes*

  1. And the kakistocracy continues. Douglas Feith will utter a sigh of relief, as he will no longer hold the title of “Dumbest Intelligence Official In History”…


  2. Redhand says:

    Next to Trump, possibly the stupidest man in American government.


  3. roket says:

    Intelligence Chief Devin Nunes has a certain ring to it. Does it not? Meanwhile, the Onion is waiting patiently for the end of this epic ‘you can’t make this shit up’ show of shows that we call the Trump Administration.

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  4. Pyed says:

    Intelligence Chief Devin Nunes — Now, that’s what you call an oxymoron!

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  5. paul fredine says:

    two words that should never be in the same sentence, nunes and intelligence.


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