Swell. Try not to suborn any perjury on the way there.https://t.co/s2I8PTVl11
— NeverSaid"Hat" (@Popehat) January 18, 2019
"A senior administration official told @MajorCBS that President Trump will present what the White House believes could be a deal to end the shutdown The deal was largely influenced by talks between VP Pence, Senate Maj. Leader McConnell and Jared Kushner"https://t.co/VHXN9DH6wm
— Natalie Brand (@NatalieABrand) January 19, 2019
In a parallel development, Bill Belachik, Tom Brady, and Rob Gronkowski all agree the Patriots are entitled to win this year’s Superbowl….
Who am I kidding? Belachik, Brady & Gronkowski are hard-working professionals who actually show up and do their damned jobs, unlike the grifters and leeches surrounding the Oval Office Squatter. So I’m guessing we’ll get a Very Serious Totally Not Partisan Emergency Statement tomorrow, assuming his handlers can find the right mix of pharmaceuticals to keep Donny Dollhands awake and more or less on script.
“Federal employees are generally barred from going on strike, even if they aren’t being paid, which has caused many to raid their retirement accounts, accept free food, or sell possessions online as they look for ways to pay bills.” https://t.co/qHsWG5YMIr
— Mark Berman (@markberman) January 18, 2019
Senior law enforcement officials are increasingly concerned that the anger among the rank and file is growing exponentially and could skyrocket next week if a second straight paycheck is skipped. Via ?@DevlinBarrett? ?@markberman? https://t.co/Kz9zM3XcN6
— Lynda Robinson (@WPLyndaRobinson) January 18, 2019
And in a fitting coda, Trump’s 2020 campaign manager has discovered Erick Erickson’s old Red State
Trike Farce Strike Force direct-mail con:
Since Chuck and Nancy keep stonewalling the President, we’ll send the wall to them, brick by brick, until they agree to secure the border!https://t.co/s0Ve4Nuxmr
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) January 18, 2019
It’s for a “faux brick”. It says so on its disclaimer. So I’m guessing it’s just a picture of a brick that costs about one cent ????????
— Suzanne Coe (@suzannecoeSC) January 18, 2019