Fucking Schrödinger’s Exoneration Here

Does this sound like an innocent man who was totally exonerated by the Mueller report:

God I hate this motherfucker and all the stupid pricks and lying sacks of shit that put him in office and continue to enable him.

Happy fucking Easter.






122 replies
  1. 1
    randy khan says:

    I’m trying to think of the last time he used profanity in a tweet. He must be pretty upset.

    But the best part really is that he’s saying that people in his own Administration, many of whom he chose, are liars.

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    waspuppet says:

    so-called “notes,”

    I don’t even know what to say. Except that I’m really looking forward to another condescending lecture about how we don’t understand his supporters and need to sit and listen to them so we can convert ourselves to accept them them.

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    NotMax says:

    No fair! Reality is ganging up on me! //

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    thewesson says:

    Ha ha, I guess someone told him it was “all taken care of” and now the media coverage is just not that positive and glowing about Trump!

    Haz a sad.

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    Brachiator says:

    Happy fucking Easter.

    Observing another crucifiction

    The Ballad of Donald Trumpo

    Finally made it down to Mar-a-Lago
    Sending my Twitter out all day
    Bill Barr call to say
    You can make it O.K.
    I redacted all your crimes out the way

    Christ you know it ain’t easy
    You know how hard it can be
    The way things are going
    They’re going to crucify me

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    Quaker in a Basement says:

    C’mon McConnell. You’re the one single person keeping this nightmare going. Do what’s right and end it.

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    NotMax says:

    House of canards.

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    kd bart says:

    All White House appointees from now on will be total illiterates.

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    p.a. says:

    You know the ‘nuclear clock’ or whatev it was called that would be set/reset approaching midnight/armageddon? Maybe start one for 25th Amendment. We’re approaching Jerry Lundegaard at the end of Fargo territory.

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    MattF says:

    @randy khan: ‘Bullshit’ is not profanity for Trump. It’s a way of life.

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    jk says:

    Trump is the sorest goddamn winner in the history of American politics. Can’t wait to see him get beaten in 2020.

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    Ruckus says:

    @kd bart:
    From now on?
    Seems like that’s been the major qualifier since his second day in office. I used second day because I don’t believe he did anything at all the first day, well except pout about his inauguration crowd size.

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    Ruckus says:

    @MattF:
    True.
    He exhales bullshit.

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    Kay says:

    I think it’s great. The report really got to him. He’s humiliated and lashing out. The absolute worst thing that can happen to these people is to be exposed publicly for what they are. It’s what they fear most.

    Donald Trump cares, a lot, what people think about him. It’s all he cares about, because he’s empty. He’s a bottomless pit of sucking, grasping need. We read all about it- the machinations, the lies, the grasping self-interest and fear-filled White House and how people had to mislead and ignore him just to stay an inch this side of the law. They’re all miserable– conflicted, doing things they know are sleazy and wrong but too weak to stand up to him. They all deserve one another. LOW quality hires.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    @Quaker in a Basement: Right after he finishes wiping his turtle ass with the Constitution.

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    You know, until I read those twits [sic], I had thought the guy was as guilty as hell. But after reading them, well, shit. I’m convinced! He sounds just like a guy who’s as clean as the driven snow. I mean, shit. All innocent people talk just like that.

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    Ruckus says:

    @Kay:
    LOW NO quality hires.
    You gave them too much credit.

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    Betty Cracker says:

    So, the second tweet above ends with “This was an Illegally Started Hoax that never should have happened, a…”

    It was the last thing Trump tweeted, about 8 hours ago. The stray article and ellipses indicate an incomplete thought, but he never finished it. Did he stroke out? Drop dead? Maybe the Mara-lag-o members have propped his corpse up in a golf cart and are trying to figure out how to keep running the country without their demented figurehead…

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    JaySinWA says:

    My question for how this Trump passion play ends – Will the Sunday morning gasbags resurrect him?

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    Ruckus says:

    @Betty Cracker:
    Are you trying to brighten up my day?

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    JaySinWA says:

    @Betty Cracker: Somebody hid his phone again.

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    NotMax says:

    He’s, among other things, a sniveling coward. Should things get intense enough, fingers and toes crossed he takes his ball and goes home, dropping out of the election (of course at a time which causes the maximum amount of mayhem). If the stars point to him losing the election, wouldn’t discount that happening.

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    Sebastian says:

    @Kay:

    What he fears the most is to be perceived and called “a loser”. It’s a reoccurring thing, famously with DTjr where he was afraid “what if he turns out to be a loser?”

    I bet this has something to do with Fred Trump.

    Ridicule, pointing and laughing, seems to me the best strategy. Loser Don was a useful idiot to Putin, not a mastermind. He cannot defend against this line of attack because what is he, or the GOP, going to say? No, he isn’t an idiot, he planned it all?

    And you know he cannot not respond to being called a loser. He has to respond. That is IMHO his Achilles Heel.

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    trollhattan says:

    @Betty Cracker:
    Agree it’s a ghost Twit. He doesn’t have the capacity to alter writing style to suit the maloccasion.

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    Lapassionara says:

    @Betty Cracker: will we get a pic of a butter lamb this Easter? Or do you make them on another holiday?

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    jl says:

    The tag is ‘Go Fuck Yourself’. I thought that was reserved for Cole’s blegs to the commenters. I’m confused.

    Regarding the subject matter: I don’t dislike Trump so much when he makes an obvious damned fool and deranged liar of himself in front of the whole country. Whittles away at his support a few tenths of a point at a time. Like a rushing mountain stream wearing away a stone.Please proceed Mr. Trump.

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    NotMax says:

    @Lapassionara

    Still some time to make a chopped liver lamb for a seder.

    :)

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    Ksmiami says:

    @p.a.: the thought of trump in his underwear… I just can’t … ugh I think you just killed the Easter Bunny or Coen Brothers films for me – thx a lot

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    artem1s says:

    Happy fucking Easter.

    and also fucking to you

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    James E Powell says:

    and all the stupid pricks and lying sacks of shit that put him in office and continue to enable him.

    I put the NY-F-T at the top of that list. I really want that institution to die.

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    Ruckus says:

    @Sebastian:
    A good plan.
    With one minor exception.
    He has a lot of power. He’s managed to make life very, very miserable for a lot of people. How much worse would it be if he goes completely round the bend? Sure not all the people who work for him will do everything he wants, but how many does it take to make a disaster? And yes I’m one who thinks he’s a coward, from the ferret on his head to the bottom of his overloaded shoes, but what if his snapping was to try to make everyone else’s life worse than he sees everyone else making his?

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    prostratedragon says:

    Just in time for Good Friday, no less:
    If Barr were the mother of a serial killer

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    Wow, he’s really flipped. All we’re missing is him ranting about who took the strawberries.

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    Gravenstone says:

    @NotMax:

    If the stars point to him losing the election, wouldn’t discount that happening.

    By this point, he’s convinced himself that he can never leave office, or he’ll be immediately indicted for a laundry list of offenses. Mueller’s report will only reinforce this belief because the report made it clear the only reason he hasn’t already been indicted was the office he holds. He’ll do anything he can think of to keep this ride going.

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    Gravenstone says:

    @Sebastian:

    What he fears the most is to be perceived and called “a loser”. It’s a reoccurring thing, famously with DTjr where he was afraid “what if he turns out to be a loser?”

    I bet this has something to do with Fred Trump.

    I’ve said before that the insults he reaches for are the same ones he grew up hearing applied to him by his dad.

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    JustRuss says:

    Oh my, POTUS used profanity in a tweet. Wake me up when all the usual suspects are clutching their pearls over the incivility and shrillness of it all. IOKIYAR part one million.

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    JaySinWA says:

    Looking at the timestamps on the tweets, this was early morning, and He was supposedly golfing with Limbaugh and some others today, so maybe he was interrupted by tee time.

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    Poptartacus says:

    https://secure.actblue.com/donate/-mckaylaforcongress-1
    Give Steny Hoyer a one way ticket to palookaville

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    Chris T. says:

    @Sebastian: That, and his “low IQ” insult. I think his dad must have called him a low IQ loser a lot. I’d feel sorry for him if he weren’t inflicting this on all of us.

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    The Dangerman says:

    I’m so confused. Please tell me how the report can be a total and complete exoneration and been written by biased individuals. Which is it, you barely brachiating imbecilic fucks?

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    worn says:

    @randy khan: And I found myself wondering if this was the first time the word “bullshit” has been used in a public Presidential communication.

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    Sebastian says:

    @Ruckus:

    I hear you but this is the fallacy in an abusive relationship. If we stand up to Daddy it will make things only worse.

    Trump gave away his Kryptonite in his instructions for the Comedy Central Roast:

    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump’s hair
    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump’s wife Melania (and his two previous marriages)
    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump having sex with models
    ALLOWED: Jokes about the failure of Trump Steaks, Trump Water, Trump Cologne, and other Trump products
    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump’s failed casinos
    ALLOWED: Jokes about how Trump only became successful thanks to his wealthy father
    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump’s weight
    ALLOWED: Jokes about Trump being attracted to his daughter Ivanka
    NOT ALLOWED: Any joke that suggests Trump is not actually as wealthy as he claims to be

    Says it right there. Read the whole thing. It’s quite revealing.

    His taxes and ridicule. We this motherfucker down by exposing him as a loser.

    That’s what I strongly believe but YMMV.

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    NotMax says:

    @Gravenstone

    Dolt 45 contains less logic than all of Bizarro Vulcan.

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    rikyrah says:

    I feel you, Cole.

    and, Happy Easter to you and the menagerie Cole. :)

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    chopper says:

    @Kay:

    yep. one thing that drives the guy up the wall is when people point out he’s a cheater. apparently when people point out that he cheats at golf he loses his shit. his personality is so wrapped up in a superiority complex, he just can’t take it. and this report lays out in excruciating detail how he didn’t win the election fair and square.

    if all the dems do for the next year and change is hammer that one point over and over again he’s gonna stroke out from the anger.

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    Sebastian says:

    @Gravenstone:

    That’s the key then. I bet the Russians studied that and are using techniques exploiting his dysfunctional relationship to his dad. Don’t ya think?

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    Ohio Mom says:

    I’m taking a short break from cooking and cleaning for tonight’s Seder. All that standing for hours, mostly chopping, is making my feet ache.

    I am glad I don’t have time for today’s threads. They are too morbid for me and I am an extremely morbid person (I have learned to keep this aspect of my personality squashed most of the time).

    Come on jackals, it’s darkest before the dawn.

    @NotMax: No last minute additions to the menu! It’s enough to finish what has already been put in motion. But maybe next year, chopped liver frogs? Or molded into a parting sea? Let me think about it…

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    hueyplong says:

    @The Dangerman: So right. I can see Trump, a grotesque, damaged figure, turning on a dime like that in his circle-the-drain tweets.

    But there are 60 million Americans this slack-jawed stupid, lapping them up and taking the last-in-time of them as the Revealed Word, no matter how absurdly they contradict the next-to-last-in-time tweet.

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    rikyrah says:

    @Kay:

    LOW quality hires.

    when we make it through this horrible time….
    I will always remember this phrase from you.
    Once they are out of power and can’t hurt the vulnerable….
    I will remember this because it’s so accurate.

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    Kay says:

    @Sebastian:

    It’s just delicious because they all so reveled in those stolen emails- they loved that their opponents were exposed while nothing at all was revealed about them. They loved the unfair advantage that gave them, because that’s how players get ahead, right? They cheat.

    Did you read the report? They’re ALL in there. Just scheming and lying away, often in their own words or in communications Mueller captured. The bellowing and screeching you hear? That’s the sound of people who think the shit they pull should never, ever happen to them. Even the “heroes” come off badly. Douchebag would order one of them to do something sleazy/and or illegal and they would quietly and meekly slither out of it. No profiles in courage among Trump hires, I’ll tell you that! The BEST are weak and cowardly, but competent enough to avoid personally and blatantly breaking the law. That’s the best of the hires. The real shining stars. The rest are worse than that.

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    bobbo says:

    My theory about Random Capitalization: When you dictate to your phone, it capitalizes the first word you say. If you are typing and then you switch to speaking in the middle of a sentence, you end Up With random Capitalization. He probably starts dictating when he is unsure of the spelling (i.e. at any random moment).

    That is my theory, and it is the theory that I have, and it’s mine.

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    Raven says:

    Ridicule, pointing and laughing, seems to me the best strategy.

    That’s how we got here.

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    Chyron HR says:

    We already have a way to portion ideas into discrete packets, they’re called sentences. Why does Fatty Dorkins habitually end every tweet in mid “thought”?

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    VeniceRiley says:

    Senator Elizabeth Warren, first of her name, just took the “IMPEACH” candidate lane all to her own self on the twitter. I just gave her 50 bucks, in my first non-Harris donation of the cycle.

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    Lapassionara says:

    @Ohio Mom: maybe in the shape of locusts.

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    gene108 says:

    @randy khan:

    He chose Rod Rosenstein

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    Betty Cracker says:

    @Lapassionara: Most likely! I’m making three butter lambs this year.

    @JaySinWA: Like Limbaugh wouldn’t put sunglasses on Trump’s dead body and drive him over all 18 greens while plotting with the other Mar-a-lag-o members on how to continue the regime? Pffft. They’ll store Trump’s carcass in the walk-in freezer tonight and shush Melania’s “he’s finally fucking dead!” party while they hunt a body double.

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    Chris Johnson says:

    @jk: Cheats aren’t wins. Crimes aren’t wins.

    ‘Trump haters’ is quite true. It’s worth thinking about why that might be: could there be reasons to legitimately hate some person for their past and continuing actions? I think it’s justified and it’s to do with the man’s choices and intentions, pretty much all his life. He didn’t have to be this. Look at Wyatt Koch, happily playing with fabric patterns and making gloriously ugly clothes. Trump didn’t have to be this.

    ‘Sore winner’ is not at all true. Cheats aren’t wins. Crimes aren’t wins. If nobody else is prepared to say that just straight out like that, I am.

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    Kay says:

    The part where Julian Assange, knowing full well he’s getting stolen information from one or another Russian plutocrat, slithers out and says that the recently murdered DNC employee is his source is supposed to be shocking, but I was like “of course he did!”

    See, that was SUPER smart because the guy can’t defend himself from this smear. He’s dead. That’s Julian’s edge, right there. Smear the dead guy.

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    tobie says:

    @VeniceRiley: I was thrilled to see her impeach tweets, too. She’s right and had the courage to say so.

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    raven says:

    @Chyron HR: Because he’s a stupid motherfucker?

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    Sebastian says:

    @Kay:

    Yeah, what I love the most is that he is going to fire everyone. The atmosphere in WH must be completely insane.

    What I also love is how the press is going after SHS. And the funny thing is that they forgive her the thousands of lies because “that’s spin and that’s her job” but that she lied having sources. That’s a big no no among the press and now they have the knives out for her.

    Haha whatever it takes and gratitude for the unexpected things I guess

    A different thought: If that bit of info was planted by Mueller’s team on purpose for this very effect (taking out SHS) then I will lean back and observe the work of a master.

    Feeling much better about the whole thing.

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    rikyrah says:

    Warren calls for impeachment.

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    Michael J Allen says:

    @bobbo: But they are generally the Important Words in the sentence, which indicates they are Intentional.

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    JaySinWA says:

    @Betty Cracker: So your going with my Sunday Morning Gasbag resurrection theory?

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    Sebastian says:

    @Raven:

    True but that was different. We were going against his image, this we are going against the real person. The one the carefully crafted and maintained image is supposed to hide.

    I want to see The Apprentice tapes. Fuck Burnett (sp).

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    rikyrah says:

    @Kay:

    See, that was SUPER smart because the guy can’t defend himself from this smear. He’s dead. That’s Julian’s edge, right there. Smear the dead guy.

    I hope his parents sue the phuck outta Wikileaks.

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    VeniceRiley says:

    @rikyrah: I just donated. Warren will need, and deserves, some air before Biden announces next Weds. Because after that media will be 24/7 whitebro time.

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    rikyrah says:

    @Betty Cracker:

    @Lapassionara: Most likely! I’m making three butter lambs this year.

    Three?

    Will they have different personalities…LOL

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    Chris Johnson says:

    @Sebastian: You’re missing it.

    That one point is significant not because it makes him upset, but because it’s the one point upon which his life depends completely. And I don’t mean emotionally, I mean in a very literal sense.

    Russia gave him his money, for just this reason. He continually got in stupid trouble and blew his money on failures until he went to Russia to try and con them in real estate deals. And he pulled his same shit, the same shit he always pulls.

    And they kicked his ass. Adam Silverman, some time ago, thought he saw evidence of facial reconstruction surgery (iirc). He dropped out of sight briefly in I think the eighties, around the time he was trying to play smart with Russia? It’s not at all a stretch to think he would be just as arrogant with Russian oligarchs as anybody else.

    They kicked his ass so bad he still flinches at stairs, and then gave him money and put him back into his life with instructions to remain the giant blowhard Donald Trump, ‘cos they’d find ways to make use of that.

    And so they have.

    He has NO money. It is all cleverly sourced from Russia and, even though he is a total buffoon and incapable of conspiring, he is still owned. When he doesn’t pay contractors it’s because he doesn’t have money with which to pay them. When he promises to donate gifts for charity and then doesn’t donate them, it’s because he doesn’t have money to give. AT ALL. It’s all on sufferance of Putin, all stage-managed. I’m calling it. Guy is a total fake, a phantasm. There’s nothing there but a deeply disturbed person and a big pile of Russian oligarchs with purposes of their own.

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    NotMax says:

    @rikyrah

    Beware Individulamb 1.

    :)

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    @Betty Cracker: Don’t people hesitate to cut into the lamb? The pictures you posted were very cute.

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    Sebastian says:

    @Chris Johnson:

    I am not sure but it is definitely possible. The ramifications would be monumental.

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    MisterForkbeard says:

    @Kay: That wasn’t in the Mueller report, right? It’s basically just common knowledge but not technically proved?

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    Ruckus says:

    @Sebastian:
    Didn’t say we shouldn’t stand up to him, just that, like dad, the consequences may be (far) worse than expected. Be prepared is all.
    Also, he’s not dad. He works for us, we get to have some say in how he does his job. It can be said in an impeachment or in a voting booth or even on a blog. He’s an employee of all of us. Makes being the boss a bit tougher, but it’s still our job to be that, we aren’t his children to ruin as he sees fit.

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    James E Powell says:

    @Quaker in a Basement:

    C’mon McConnell. You’re the one single person keeping this nightmare going. Do what’s right and end it.

    You cannot be serious! (John McEnroe voice). McConnell never dreamed of a president that would be better for his agenda.

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    rikyrah says:

    Who is this clown?

    The Mueller Report has become the left’s Benghazi
    The longer the left focuses on it as proof that Trump should be impeached, the closer he gets to reelection

    SOPHIA A. MCCLENNEN
    APRIL 19, 2019 7:00PM (UTC)

    It’s here. Finally. Or at least a highly redacted version if it. The long-awaited Mueller Report came in Thursday, leading to a virtual celebration among left wing pundits and politicians who clamored that there was now proof that Donald Trump’s administration is corrupt, unhinged, unethical and impeachable.

    But seriously, who exactly is surprised by any of the findings in the Special Counsel investigation? Sure, there are a few unexpected details, but overall there is nothing in the report we didn’t know already. The fact that we are seeing stories run that Trump went on an expletive-heavy rant when he heard that Robert Mueller would be hired are almost laughable. Of course, he swore. He does it on Twitter regularly.

    Wow, Sarah Huckabee Sanders lied! Who imagined that? Has anyone forgotten what she has literally been doing on live television every time she steps behind the podium?

    Try this exercise. Scroll through the headlines coming out of the report and ask yourself if there is any piece of information that has not already been covered in the press in some form. Then ask yourself why these headlines run like they have just discovered that the Trump administration is corrupt, unethical, unprofessional, self-serving and in total chaos. What a shock!

    Now, I want to be clear. I am not saying that the Mueller Report isn’t important. Nor am I saying that it shouldn’t be followed up on. What I am saying is that the glee with which the findings are being covered and debated is absurd. The outrage seems ridiculous. From cable news to print journalism, the coverage is too excited and too amazed to be taken seriously.

    And it is making the left look like the right did when they were obsessing over Hillary Clinton and Benghazi. Back when Hillary Clinton was running for office, the right literally could not stop talking about Clinton’s emails and her supposed failures as Secretary of State when the embassy in Benghazi was attacked. It was incessant. And it made the right look like toddlers refusing to stop throwing a temper tantrum.

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    TS (the original) says:

    @Quaker in a Basement:

    C’mon McConnell. You’re the one single person keeping this nightmare going. Do what’s right and end it.

    If McConnell went anywhere near saying he would bring down trump – he would be hailed a hero by the media and anyone (other than trump) as the GOP nominee would win the next election. Russia wins again.

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    JaySinWA says:

    Apparently the Barr “Confidential Report” redaction is supposed to be available now to selected individuals. Now with fewer (than the Barr Public redaction version) redactions!
    https://twitter.com/ZoeTillman/status/1119346071489196033

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    rikyrah says:

    @Dorothy A. Winsor:

    @Betty Cracker: Don’t people hesitate to cut into the lamb? The pictures you posted were very cute.

    I would have to start at the back. The faces look so adorable :)

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    rikyrah says:

    What happened to Muller’s Team’s SUMMARIES.

    Remember, they had done THEIR OWN.

    WHY haven’t those been released?

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    joel hanes says:

    @Quaker in a Basement:

    McConnell

    Grassley’s been helping.

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    hueyplong says:

    Warren gets major points with me by straight out announcing in favor of impeachment.

    Not overly impressed with the argument that impeachment should not be attempted because it is doomed to fail in the Senate.

    Isn’t that also true of any legislation the Democrats pass in the House (doomed in the Senate and, if not there, via Trump veto)?

    I’m ok with buttressing the impeachment case with hearings and subpoenas before launching. Not ok with never launching.

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    NotMax says:

    @rikyrah

    The executive summaries preface each chapter of the report.

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    Schmutz says:

    How fucking racist, sexist, and stupid do you have to be to support this asshole?

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    zhena gogolia says:

    I guess Saint Mitt is sickened by the president’s corruption. But he didn’t commit a crime so it’s all good!

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    joel hanes says:

    @John Revolta:

    All we’re missing is him ranting about who took the strawberries.

    Queeg was a smart and educated man. Trump is neither.
    Trump wouldn’t know “geometric logic” if it bit him on the ass.
    Dollars to donuts he’s never done a proof, and can’t tell a syllogism from a syllabub.

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    trollhattan says:

    @hueyplong:
    Michel Cohen may be a shitty lawyer but his statement before the House was devastating in addressing both the many crimes committed on Trump’s behalf and also shining a light on Trump worship. Kicking impeachment over to the senate after extensive hearings and conviction by the house will comprise a new narrative not crafted by Trump. It won’t be complementary.

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    Betty Cracker says:

    @rikyrah: Most people start with the butt, but there’s always some kid who comes along and whacks off the head. Life’s tough for a sacrificial lamb, even one carved out of butter! ;-)

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    Tenar Arha says:

    @Ohio Mom: Gut Pesach.

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    Leto says:

    @rikyrah: The name is Clown… Ass Clown. *cue Bond music*

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    Salty Sam says:

    @Raven:

    Ridicule, pointing and laughing, seems to me the best strategy.

    That’s how we got here.

    This time, we weaponize the pointing and laughing…

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    Tenar Arha says:

    @VeniceRiley: @tobie: @rikyrah: Apparently Julian Castro called for impeachment too, but I don’t have a news report.

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    Jager says:

    Rush could double trumps body, he has the ass for it.

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    SenyorDave says:

    I want impeachment! I know that Pence will be almost as bad as Trump, but Trump is unfit for any office, much less POTUS. And that should be the subtext of any impeachment effort. He is a danger to the country. Let the GOP fall on their swords protecting him. And it may backfire on the Democrats. But impeach his ass, air everything in public. Go through all the scandals that people forgot, run through the Mar-a-lago stuff (both financial and the security issues), talk about him overriding the intelligence community to get Jared clearances. Open every corner o the piece of garbage’s life to public scrutiny. I would enjoy the thought that every waking moment of Trump’s life is unpleasant.
    In honor of my late mother, I will refer to him as EFM (el fucking moron) during Passover. She passed away about six months ago but was pretty sharp until the last three months. One day I called her up and out of the blue she said “what did el fucking moron do today”? I barely ever heard her say the word shit, and I know I never heard her say fuck. I asked her about it and she basically said a POS like Trump deserves strong terms. My mother was a wise woman!

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    Sebastian says:

    I still think people ignore the significance of SHS neutralization.

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    JPL says:

    @James E Powell: He’s a coward as they all are. They are afraid of the tweet If I were running for president, I’d repeat that day in and day out. If you are afraid of the tweet, you don’t deserve to be in office.

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    Mike in NC says:

    @joel hanes: Queeg was also a decorated war veteran, while Trump was a draft dodger.

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    JPL says:

    @Sebastian: She’ll just be replaced with a new and better version from fox news.

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    Miss Bianca says:

    @Betty Cracker: For God so loved the world, that He caused Donald Trump to stroke out on Good Friday?

    Because he, Donald, was the biggliest martyr ever martyred on a tacky cross of gold?

    Shit and stardust, I might have to become a believer again, after all.

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    JaySinWA says:

    @Betty Cracker:

    but there’s always some kid who comes along and whacks off the head. Life’s tough for a sacrificial lamb, even one carved out of butter!

    That might be closer to a more humane, Kosher slaughter. Not that I know bupkis about Kosher.

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    Kay says:

    @MisterForkbeard:

    That wasn’t in the Mueller report, right?

    Yeah, it’s in there.

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    Fenix says:

    @VeniceRiley: I was so thrilled to hear Warren supporting impeachment, I went straight to her website and made my very first 2020 donation.

    I thought I was kinda sorta on the fence about impeachment. But no….. just no. The intensity of my positive reaction to Warren’s support knocked some passion back into me.

    ITMFA

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    Millard Filmore says:

    @JaySinWA:

    Apparently the Barr “Confidential Report” redaction is supposed to be available now to selected individuals.

    As of about 2 hours ago, the less redacted report would only be available for viewing in a secure Justice Department room, making copies not allowed, no note taking allowed, and no right to discuss what is viewed with anyone else.

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    JaySinWA says:

    @Kay: The Mueller Report – The Prego of Russian interference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J87QekxQVI

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    VeniceRiley says:

    @Fenix:

    I thought I was kinda sorta on the fence about impeachment. But no….. just no. The intensity of my positive reaction to Warren’s support knocked some passion back into me.
    ITMFA

    I expect that is a widespread reaction to everyone that has seen it.
    We gotta get on our House members to feel the pressure. It will drive passion and support – unlike say, wet mayo Steny Hoyer’s “wait wait wait wait … oh now it’s too late.” sad panda weakling approach.

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    MisterForkbeard says:

    @Kay: Well, now I need to track this down. There’s a very vocal berniebro friend of mine (my old prom date from 20 years ago, actually) who is convinced that Assange is this amazing awesome person, Bernie is the best, Hillary was awful (though tbf, she did vote for Hillary in the general after spending months trashing her to everyone) and that “RussiaGate” is a con by the Deep State and Establishment democrats to distract from the Democratic Party’s failures.

    So yeah, having this thing out in the open of “Assange knew where he was getting it but blamed it on a dead intern in order to make Hillary look bad” is pretty damn revealing.

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    Kay says:

    @MisterForkbeard:

    Dustin Volz
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    Former spox for Seth Rich’s family issues statement after Mueller showed Wikileaks chatting with Russian hackers after Rich had died:
    “Yesterday’s report proved (Assange) is a monster, not a journalist, and I hope that’s not lost in the ongoing debate around his recent arrest.”

    Working on behalf of greedy, corrupt Russian and American plutocrats has to be hidden if you’re a phony “crusading journalist”, so Assange hid behind this person, who wasn’t around to defend himself. Finally! Some TRANSPARENCY, right?

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    Sebastian says:

    @JPL:

    Nobody wants that stink on them. It’s Scaramuccis from now on.

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    Alternative Fax, a hip hop artist from Idaho says:

    Chag kasher v’sameach to Adam, Hungry Joe, Ohio Mom, and all the Juicers who I celebrate Pesach.

    I need to get to work on my butter lamb.

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    JaySinWA says:

    @MisterForkbeard: from Volume 1 III B 3 d.

    Beginning in the summer of 2016, Assange and WikiLeaks made a number of statements about Seth Rich, a former DNC staff member who was killed in July 2016. The statements about Rich implied falsely that he had been the source of the stolen DNC emails. On August 9, 2016, the @WikiLeaks Twitter account posted: “ANNOUNCE: WikiLeaks has decided to issue a US$20k reward for information leading to conviction for the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich.” Likewise, on August 25, 2016, Assange was asked in an interview, “Why are you so interested in Seth Rich’s killer?” and responded, “We’re very interested in anything that might be a threat to alleged Wikileaks sources.” The interviewer responded to Assange’s statement by commenting, “I know you don’t want to reveal your source, but it certainly sounds like you’re suggesting a man who leaked information to WikiLeaks was then murdered.” Assange replied, “If there’s someone who’s potentially connected to our publication, and that person has been murdered in suspicious

    from the NYT searchable version. V1 III 3 is titled “3. Use of WikiLeaks”

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    smintheus says:

    Christ climbed down
    from His bare Tower

    this year

    and ran away to where

    there were no rootless liberal critics
    
infested with crooks and breakable oaths

    Christ climbed down
    
from His bare Tower
    
this year
    
and ran away to where
    
there were no guilty liberal critics
    
and no tinny liberal critics

    and no foiled liberal critics

    and no pinko Mueller liberal critics

    and no gold grubbing liberal critics
    
and no black liberal critics
    
and no woman power liberal critics
    
infested with electrifying charges
    
and encircled by tinny electrifying tweets
    
and clever cornball pundits

    Christ climbed down
    
from His bare Tower

    this year

    and softly stole away into

    some anonymous scary womb again
    
where in the darkest night

    of everybody’s anonymous soul

    He awaits again

    an unimaginable
    
and impossibly

    Immaculate Reconception
    
the very craziest

    of Second Comings

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    chopper says:

    @JaySinWA:

    i used to love that commercial cause it implies everything is in prego. hog anus? it’s in there!

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    Sab says:

    @Betty Cracker: The first year after I got married I made an easter bunny cake. The round cake, cut in half so it looks like a VW rabbit, then stuck ears on it, and jelly beans for eyes and a nose.

    Whole family said it looked like a roadkill rabbit. Been a family joke ever since. Haven’t had an easter cake since.

    Yesterday I went to our local deli/health food grocery. And they had the cutest lamb cakes that looked a lot like your butter lambs. So we are having our first easter cake in twenty years.

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    debbie says:

    @Betty Cracker:

    Did you ever watch the first season of SNL? Belushi had a character who appeared on the news segment. He started off calmly on some subject of the day and slowly, slowly got so worked up, he would short circuit out and topple over as if he’d had a massive stroke or coronary. This is how I picture Trump.

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    Brachiator says:

    @Sebastian:

    What I also love is how the press is going after SHS. And the funny thing is that they forgive her the thousands of lies because “that’s spin and that’s her job” but that she lied having sources. That’s a big no no among the press and now they have the knives out for her.

    I think its cute that the press still believe that they have power or relevance. I listened to some BBC reporters noting that they reluctantly supported Assange against some charges because of their dedication to freedom of the press.

    But between their manifest failures, along with attacks by Trump and other right wing leaders, these clods don’t realize that they are kept like pet dogs by politicians who know how to play them for the fools that they are.

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    lofgren says:

    @Betty Cracker: Somebody wrestled his phone out of his hands when they saw his tweets appear on their screen in the next room.

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    Dan B says:

    @VeniceRiley: 24/7 WhiteBro Channel sounds like the call letters should be CATA for catatonia inducing or DULL for obvs.

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    Dan B says:

    @Miss Bianca: Don’t sign up for fundie fable cult yet. If T died today Sky Dog would bring him back on Sunday. Worst of all timelines.

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    Amir Khalid says:

    @MattF:
    The word “bullshit” has a formal academic definition (see the Harry Frankfurt essay), and when used in that sense is not a profanity. But I don’t think der Scheißgibbon knows that definition.

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    JoeyJoeJoe says:

    @debbie:

    Skylab is falling!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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