An MSNBC panel became completely unhinged on Friday, saying that people needed to take to the streets and calling for people to start a "revolution" to overthrow the government.
The panel on "Deadline: White House" with host Nicolle Wallace was discussing the release of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes' (R-CA) memo on alleged FISA abuse by the Department of Justice when guest Donny Deutsch went off the rails.
"We basically now have a press release that's been put out, that's been twisted and mangled that now will give this president permission to fire Rosenstein who will now take over this investigation," Deutsch said. "Our democracy is under siege. People need to start taking to the streets. This is a dictator. This is not something to analyze anymore."
"This is frightening stuff. If you are an American, if you're somebody who is 80 years old and sitting at home and you've watched the greatness of this country, you should be terrified, and if you're a 12-year-old and the future is in front of you, this is terrifying," Deutsch continued. "This is not time to analyze and pundit. People, we need a revolution at this point."