Tuesday, March 6, 2018

INSANE Sam Nunberg Went Nuts Last Night (Maybe?)

The Inquisitir sets the scene:
Former Trump aide Sam Nunberg is in the process of breaking the Internet after telling various media outlets that he is ignoring a subpoena from Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify on Friday before a grand jury, or hand over an array of documents, in the Russia collusion probe. He dared Mueller to arrest him for contempt of court.
Nunberg, who was fired in 2015 for alleged racist Facebook posts, is all over the map with his comments, often highly critical of President Donald Trump and his campaign. He told CNN and the Washington Post that he thinks Mueller has something on the president, but has also expressed agreement with Trump that the Mueller investigation is a witch hunt. He also implied that Trump may have done something illegal, but maybe not.

At one point, Nuneberg said to NBC's Katy Tur, probably with justification, "What does Bob Muller need to see my e-mails when I send Roger [Stone] and Steve [Bannon] clips and we talk about how much we hate people?"

Mike Cernovich thinks this genius (via Inquisitir):

On a Periscope broadcast today, controversial author, journalist, and filmmaker Mike Cernovich suggested that Sam Nunberg is an agent of strategic chaos by vowing not to cooperate with Mueller.

“99 percent of the people will say that Nunberg is crazy, he’s making the wrong decision, just like they said Trump was going to win three percent [of the vote in the GOP primary]…you do not legitimize an illegitimate situation…If people are treating you in an illegitimate way, you don’t put on your suit and tie and walk to court and be prim and proper…Crazy is dignifying people who deserve no dignity. What Nunberg is doing today is the most sane thing anybody else has done.”

But then we have this:

Conclusion: Watergate had Martha Mitchell.  The Mueller investigation as Sam Nunberg.

  -Robert Wenzel 

1 comment:

  1. Actually, I think he just made himself unusable as witness for Mueller. And I think you did it intentionally so. He even admitted to being on antidepressants. That means if Mueller put him on the witness stand he will be easily discredited. And that keeps Mueller from using him or his testimony in open court.