In light of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act memo, which the House Intelligence Committee discharged, promoting executive Donny Deutsch required a “revolution” amid a panel on MSNBC.
He told his kindred panelists that there are “a dozen instances” of Russians working with a best authority of President Donald Trump’s campaign amid the presidential race. Deutsch included that two have been indicted and called the investigation “good news.”
“We have a guy, a president, who clearly is owned by [Russian President Vladimir] Putin,” he stated.
He named the memo “twisted and mangled” and stated that Trump now has authorization to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
“Our democracy is under siege,” Deutsch announced. “People need to start taking to the streets. This is a dictator.”
The MSNBC panelist said it’s not any more an opportunity to “analyze” what is happening and called it “frightening stuff” for Americans going in age from 12 to 80 years of age.
He clarified that whether you’ve “watched the greatness of this country” or “the future is in front of you,” what is happening now “is frightening.”
“People, we need a revolution at this point,” Deutsch announced and rejected that he’s doing something besides portraying “what’s going on.”
After remarks from his kindred panelists, he stated that if Rosenstein is fired, “we can’t take this sitting down.”
“I’m not being dramatic. This is what’s happening, kids. I mean, and this guy is winning,” he terminated. “And if Rosenstein is fired, there needs to be people in the streets because it’s getting in scary territory, kids.”