Also Breitbart's alma mater.
I actually think she was describing the way foreign leaders saw Watergate, not the way she saw it (foreign dictators don't get that whole "President has to follow the law" thing) but I could very well be wrong.
I've heard of using some weird sex toys, but boning with a driver's license?
You of course have evidence the State Department was funding neo-Nazi Ukranian nationalists, and we should all overlook that tinfoil fedora perched atop your noggin.
He makes a stupid and predictable mocking joke, we mock him for making a stupid and predictable mocking joke, and he thinks we're the ones who are too stupid to get that he was mocking us. Circle of life.
As the linked Lamar White post says, though, it is in fact a federal crime if someone snuck into the office and used a cellphone to record what was going on on the surveillance system's monitors. There are laws against messing around like that on federal property, which for legal purposes the congressman's office is. That's what got O'Keefe in trouble, basically.
Doesn't seem unreasonable to me that a congressman's office had a security system though.