House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said on Wednesday that Donald Trump might have been under surveillance after all, during his transition period as president-elect. Nunes, who said that the Obama administration's surveillance had nothing to do with Russia, explained that he felt the president "needed to know" about the surveillance, but added that the intelligence was legally collected.

While many right-wing media outlets are celebrating Nunes' revelation by reporting that President Trump has now been vindicated after being blasted by Democrats over allegations that he was "wiretapped" by Barack Obama, the House Intelligence Chairman's revelations have some liberals crying foul and renewing their calls for Trump's impeachment.

Liberals believe Trump should be impeached for being spied on

Sara Jones, of the ultra-liberal PoliticusUSA, reacted to the Nunes revelation by penning an article asserting that Devin Nunes didn't do President Trump any favors by coming forward. In her article, titled, "Republican House Intel Chair Devin Nunes Just May Have Gotten Trump Impeached," Jones speculates that since the spying was legal and done under a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant, Trump must have been working for a "foreign agent" and therefore may have been involved in a commission of a crime.

Jones, however, glosses over one critical fact presented by Nunes -- that the intelligence gathered on Trump was the result of "incidental collection," meaning that Trump and members of his transition team were not the target of any investigation, but were swept up in the collection of intelligence in which foreign agents were the targets.

Nonetheless, PoliticusUSA and others jumped on the revelation made by Nunes that there were “multiple FISA warrants out there” regarding Trump.

A desperate measure to save Trump's skin?

"This was a Hail Mary move by Nunes to save Trump’s presidency," concluded Jones. "But then it will dawn on everyone that if it was collectedly legally under a FISA warrant, this is bad news for Trump.

All roads look like they lead to impeachment for this President."

In other words, if Trump's wiretapping allegations are proven to be false, he should be impeached -- and if Trump's allegations are proven to be true, he should still be impeached.