Remember a few weeks ago when Ted Lieu tweeted out this after President Trump called himself a stable genius?
Human experience tells us that people who are geniuses don't go around saying they are geniuses. Same also applies to people who are very stable.
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) January 6, 2018
Well, for someone who mocked the President for pointing out his intelligence, Ted Lieu sure likes to tell us all how smart he is.
He loves to “challenge” people on Twitter in that insufferable “know-it-all” kinda way – as if he is far more powerful and intelligent than everybody else with an opinion.
But what Teddy can’t seem to grasp is he isn’t particularly smart.
And he isn’t at all clever.
Read through his Twitter feed and you get the impression that nobody is more impressed with Ted Lieu’s brilliance than Ted Lieu.
He’s taken snotty and pretentious to a whole new level.
In fact, I haven’t seen that kind of behavior since I was in the seventh grade.
When Dinesh D’Souza called out Lieu for saying Trump’s refusing to be interviewed by Mueller shows a “consciousness of guilt,” Mr. Smart Guy got downright insufferable.
Dear @DineshDSouza: In court of law, negative inference cannot be drawn from remaining silent. In court of public sentiment, @POTUS is absolutely showing CONSCIOUSNESS OF GUILT if he refuses interview with Special Counsel, especially in light of his cover up & obstruction actions https://t.co/akIscdQFNZ
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) February 6, 2018
What “cover up” or “obstruction actions?” Who knows?
But Ted Lieu, smart guy that he is, doesn’t need to actually offer proof of his accusations. He just tosses them out there like they are fact.
And then, the snotty was kicked up to Spinal Tap 11.
Dear @DineshDSouza: I didn't know until I read comments to my tweet that you are a convicted felon. Now I have better context for your original tweet. So tell me, from your perspective as a felon, are the actions of @realDonaldTrump consistent with that of an innocent person? https://t.co/b84Dm1IPo7
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) February 6, 2018
Okay, first of all. What Congressman has time to read through all the comments made to a tweet? Well, the one who wants to hear other people remark on how clever and smart he is, that’s who.
Can you believe the level of snotty he’s displaying here?
D’Souza was targeted by the Obama DOJ because of his film “2016: Obama’s America.” He had the book thrown at him for a “crime” that most people pay a fine for and go on with their lives.
In fact, the Obama Presidential Campaign got into trouble for not returning millions of dollars in excess contributions in 2008.
Millions. Not the ten grand D’Souza got prosecuted for. But millions.
Did anyone from Obama’s campaign get the book thrown at them the way D’Souza did?
Instead, Obama for America simply paid a fine.
Does Smart Guy Lieu really think it’s a good idea to call attention to this conviction by a vindictive Obama Justice Department at a time when the politicization of the Obama Justice Department is front and center?
If he were really smart, Ted wouldn’t have done that.
But he isn’t smart. That’s the point.
Consider what he’s doing in this tweet. Smartie Pants Lieu is basically saying, “Well, oh yeah?! You’re a big fat felon!!!”
Can you believe this childish, vindictive little prick is a member of the United States Congress?
What’s even harder to believe is Mr. Smart Guy Lieu actually has a security clearance.
It really is stunning to note which imbecilic morons from the Democrat Party are flogging this stupid RussiaGate narrative for no other reason than to grab hold of the media spotlight.
Maxine Waters, Adam Schiff, the dimwitted Ted Lieu.
And it doesn’t escape my notice that every one of them is from the Los Angeles area.
The only thing Ted Lieu cares about is face-time on cable news and sycophantic, breathless praise from the Alyssa Milano segment of the population.
But who can blame him?
They’re the only people dumb enough to believe him when he brags about how smart he is.
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