“Respite” Open Thread: Tucker Carlson on Unplanned Vacation

IIRC, Bill O’Reilly went from ‘sudden vacation’ to ‘suspended’ to ‘Bill who?’ when he pushed the boundaries a little too far. One can hope that Carlson will also be forced into doing podcasts from his basement… assuming Tucker’s penthous *has* a basement…


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  1. 1
    Anonymous At Work says:

    Question: What companies pay for advertisements on Carlson’s show? A nice neat list of places to avoid would be nice.

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    dmsilev says:

    “Tucker Carlson Insists Every White Supremacist In America Could Fit In Stadium But That Tickets To TuckerCon Won’t Last”

    (The Onion, in case it wasn’t obvious. Hard to tell, some days)

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    matt says:

    I am loving this NRA grift implosion story!

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    Sloane Peterson's knee therapist says:

    Will he be vacationing in the White Mountains?

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    He can choke on one of his old bowties.

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    MomSense says:

    For once I didn’t yell at NPR on my drive home. I did, however, sit in my car and cry because of the ICE deportation story. Listening to a little girl cry for her father and say he’s not a criminal broke my heart completely. 💔

    They didn’t even coordinate with Child Protective Services – leaving kids abandoned.

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    noncarborundum says:

    @Anonymous At Work:

    What companies pay for advertisements on Carlson’s show?

    According to Media Matters: these. I was pleased to discover that I’m boycotting all of them (except Samsung) already, though this considerably reduces my leverage.

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    Droppy says:

    Why are white supremacists so uniformly un-supreme? In addition to being evil and stupid, they have no sense of irony.

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    Lapassionara says:

    @MomSense: This is America, land of the free, unless you don’t happen to look like me.

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    The Dangerman says:

    Cross and fired.

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    oatler. says:

    Light out for the Territory, Tuck!

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    debbie says:


    Yes, that little girl was heartbreaking.

    I’ve had to curtail my radio-yelling habit. I almost bought it at about 50 mph driving to work on Monday. I misjudged the oncoming truck’s speed while I was making a left turn, probably because I was also occupied yelling at Trump.

    I need a better outlet for my anger. //

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    David 🎅🎄Merry Christmas🎄🎅 Koch says:

    Iowa Poll — Monmouth University* — August 4


    The latest Monmouth poll shows a big drop in Sanders support among voters likely to attend the Iowa caucuses

    … Biden continues to lead the Democratic field with 28% support among voters who are likely to attend the Iowa caucuses in February 2020. This is nearly identical to his 27% support level in April. [Note: Biden had not yet declared his candidacy at the time of Monmouth’s first 2020 poll in Iowa.] However, Warren is now closing the gap at 19% support, up from 7% four months ago. Support for Sanders has gone in the opposite direction, now at 9% compared with 16% in April. California Sen. Kamala Harris clocks in at 11% (up from 7%) and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has 8% (similar to his 9% in April).

    Wilmer nearly won this state 3 years ago. Now he’s sunk to a single digit and faces a humiliating 5th place finish.

    * rated A⁺ by 538

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    laura says:

    @MomSense: coordinating with Child Protective Services would not be consistent with the plan. The plan was to terrorize children on back to school day.
    IIRC, Esquire Magazine had a long form article on the Beslan School Massacre. The Trump back to school raids reminded me of that particular horror.

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    SFAW says:

    Starting his vacation on a Thursday? And it’s not a three-or-four-day weekend? Who does that?
    [Checks calendar. Sees today is 8/8]
    Oh. Never mind.

    [I wish I could claim I thought that one up all on my own, but …]

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    MomSense says:


    I’ve had to curtail my NPR listening. I get too upset. It was on today because my kid took the aux cord out so I had to switch to radio. I’m feeling very guilty for not hitting the streets over this. Why aren’t we hitting the streets? Is it fatigue?

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    JPL says:

    @MomSense: After having a three year old choose which parent was allowed across the border with her, nothing surprises me.

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    SFAW says:

    @David 🎅🎄Merry Christmas🎄🎅 Koch:

    The latest Monmouth poll shows a big drop in Sanders support among voters likely to attend the Iowa caucuses

    Fortunately, Bernie’s people told us in 2016 that the caucuses don’t matter, it’s the primaries that really count.

    Or do I have that backward?

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    MomSense says:


    With such large raids I can’t imagine why they didn’t coordinate. Now we are hearing reports of missing children. Hopefully neighbors, friends, teachers, and churches have taken the kids in, but I’m really worried about their safety. You g kids are vulnerable to trafficking. Older kids are vulnerable to trafficking and gang recruitment. I’m beside myself – but this subject of child protection hits close to home because of my work life. I’m feeling panicked.

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    MomSense says:


    I even think her name was Sofie.

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    The Dangerman says:


    They didn’t even coordinate with Child Protective Services – leaving kids abandoned.

    Feature, not bug. Scaring the shit out of Hispanics without shooting them (not counting their unhired help like Saturday) is the goal. Abandoned kids means 3 scoops for Donald.

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    MomSense says:

    I don’t trust that these companies didn’t have a reason for cooperating with these ICE raids. Sure enough workers at one of the plants recently won a discrimination suit

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    PAM Dirac says:


    Why are white supremacists so uniformly un-supreme?

    I’ve always thought we should never use “white supremacy” but should instead say “white delusions”. Those clowns are losers who know that the only way they can be considered successful is if white people are by definition considered more successful than any others. They demand that everyone else recognize their delusions as reality.

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    I see Sue Gordon, the DNI assistant person that people seemed to think well of, has resigned.

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    tokyokie says:


    Why are white supremacists so uniformly un-supreme? In addition to being evil and stupid, they have no sense of irony.

    Yeah, when they say they just want to hang around with their own kind and celebrate white culture, somehow I’m guessing they’re not reciting John Donne sonnets to one another. I remember back when Larry King was doing radio, a white supremacist type would occasionally call in and complain that he was being discriminated against because he was white. And King would reply, “Sir, you’re being discriminated against because you’re stupid.”

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    Mike in DC says:

    @David 🎅🎄Merry Christmas🎄🎅 Koch: Finishing 5th in Iowa would be the effective end of his campaign, particularly if Warren won. Even coming in 3rd in NH the next week wouldn’t be enough. I think he will stay in through the Vermont primary, then drop out. What the Berniacs will do at that point is anyone’s guess. But that prospect is much less threatening when they’re less than a tenth of the primary electorate.

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    Jay says:


    Cruelty is the purpose.

    The same reason Boston Police crush the wheelchairs of the homeless.

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    @The Dangerman:

    Abandoned kids means 3 scoops for Donald.

    I thought he only got that on 4/20.

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    Baud says:

    Doesn’t Greenwald regularly go on his show? He must be sad.

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    Baud says:

    @Mike in DC:

    I don’t think he drops out. As long as he’s earning even a few delegates, he stays in.

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    Jay says:


    It is critical that undocumented immigrant labour employed enslaved by large Corporations remain insecure.

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    West of the Rockies says:

    @TaMara (HFG):

    Is wearing a bowtie (Nye excepted) the Conservative equivalent of sagging your pants, done to annoy some target demographic?

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    I don’t think he drops out. As long as he’s earning even a few delegates bucks, he stays in.

    Fixed it for ya.

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    Just remember, Fox Not-News replaced Bill O with Tucker Carlson.

    If they get rid of Tucker, they’ll just replace him with someone just as bad as both of them, maybe even worse.

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    The Dangerman says:


    I thought he only got that on 4/20.

    That would also be a 3 scoop day with Trump screaming Mein, Mein, Mein.

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    JPL says:

    @Dorothy A. Winsor: Do we know if she was forced out? Maybe I don’t want to know the answer to that.

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    Suzanne says:


    Why are white supremacists so uniformly un-supreme?

    Unfortunately, I have been acquainted with (not by choice) some white supremacists in my life, and they are, to a (wo)man, unattractive, unintelligent, and unsuccessful. I suspect that this is why they are attracted to movements like that: looking for any way to avoid confronting the reality that they are total losers.

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    West of the Rockies says:

    @The Dangerman:

    Truly, I don’t know how a non-sociopathic ICE worker can look themselves in the mirror these days.

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    @David 🎅🎄Merry Christmas🎄🎅 Koch:

    Bernie will not drop out. He will demand his followers to throw the Epic Conniption of 2020 against the DREAD DNC ESTABLISHMENT and refuse to play ball with any final Democratic nominee that’s NOT himself. Even if it’s Warren running on essentially the SAME PLATFORM (only oops BETTER) than his. We’re already seeing it on twitter and facebook where his most devoted followers are already screaming against evil Centrist Killery Wannabes Who Are No Better Than trump(tm) Both Sides Durr.

    Gods. I hate Utopianists with their fantasies of Absolute Perfection. They will ruin the “Mostly Good” every fcking time when Mostly Good will better guarantee an honest win.

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    Jay says:

    @PAM Dirac:


    The US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand are all built on White Supremacy.

    While the mouthbreather class has a moron component, there’s a crapload of Quiet Nazis out there who are emboldened.

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    lamh36 says:


    I wonder if the family or whoever if in charge of the kids were Trump supporters even before the shooting…cause I CANNOT imagine a non-supporter doing this to that damn kid

    Here’s the video of CNN reporting that Trump forced that now-orphaned baby, whose parents died shielding him during the mass shooting, to come back to the hospital for a Trump publicity event after the other victims refused to meet him.

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    Jay says:

    We are a go!WE THE PEOPLE MARCH in DC on September 21!@KarMcR and I are working with fab volunteers to get a website up in next few days.We will list solidarity marches, transport folks are arranging to get to DC & info on the march itself, etc. Stay tuned! #WeThePeopleMarch pic.twitter.com/s0tLE6M2IL— Amy Siskind 🏳️‍🌈 (@Amy_Siskind) August 8, 2019

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    Martin says:

    @MomSense: They’ve made it pretty clear that cruelty is intended to be a deterrence. “If you don’t want your (us citizen) kid abandoned in an alley by the US government, then don’t come here”.

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    chopper says:

    OT, but can i just say that i’m excited as hell that there’s a biopic coming out about rudy ray moore?

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    Jay says:

    We are up to 120. Keep calling and showing up at your member of Congress’s office! https://t.co/hGRZo56eZj— Amy Siskind 🏳️‍🌈 (@Amy_Siskind) August 8, 2019

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    Mezz says:

    Oof. I’ve been hip-deep this summer in the history of white supremacy, so it is (the tiniest bit) gratifying to see this bigot “vacationed” for a period.
    My College is using MARCH – the illustrated history of John Lewis’s role in the Civil Rights movement – as a cross-college read. I am doing all of the curriculum tie-ins and extra history materials for faculty. One of the things I wanted to provide them was a series of careful definitions — an important one being the definition for “white supremacy.”

    Too often I feel like “white supremacy” conjures images of skinheads, neo-Nazis, etc., (and FSM knows there are plenty of those around) and this lets off the (arguably) more dangerous white supremacists that understand tact and context.
    Anyway, I develop this definition from Stephen Kantrowitz, a historian of … white supremacy (Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy ahem)

    Total and unconditional white male monopoly on authority, in every sphere of life — from the household to national politics. Reinforced from plantations and farms to the Supreme Court, and achieved through the entire legal, social and economic system.

    And this definition for “demagoguery” (since Trump is the Grand Dragon of White Supremacy) is really marvelous, though it relates to the sad case of Sen. Lester Hunt (D-WY) Dying for Joe McCarthy’s Sins by Rodger McDaniel:

    “Characterized by an appeal to prejudice and ignorance rather than logic and reason, demagoguery flourished during times when people have rational cause to be concerned about events beyond their control. By manipulating their fears, demagogues give frightened people an invitation to think irrationally about difficult times.” p. 146

    And folks if you’ve never found Peggy McIntosh’s article on White Privilege (“Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack”) you’re really missing out. (Essay is googleable)

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    Ohio Mom says:

    Every time I see Tucker’s mug I remember he is an heir to the Swanson frozen food fortune, and I think, he had the freedom to do anything he wanted with his life and he chose to be a smarmy, hateful jerk.

    He could have been a philanthropist
    or a beach bum. Those would have been my choices, anyway.

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    lamh36 says:

    @lamh36: never mind…I found an NPR interview of the family and I was right…the father of the baby and the family consider themselves “Republican Conservatives”.

    The Couple Killed Saving Their Baby In El Paso Had Just Found A Future Together https://n.pr/2KvBu7a

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    tokyokie says:

    @West of the Rockies:

    Truly, I don’t know how a non-sociopathic ICE worker can look themselves in the mirror these days

    1) ICE weeded out the non-sociopaths long ago.

    2) Vampires cast no reflections.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    American Nuremberg Trials as Cole says.

    “Eeewww, 4-8 years of President Hillary Clinton,” said 77000 fucking assholes.

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    Jay says:

    There are two components to this action.

    Follow the rally outside here: https://t.co/EwFAe62xOd

    Watch the protestors shutting down the building here:https://t.co/MJRwjNT2fC https://t.co/3px3knmGSm— ✡️ Never Again Action ✡️ (@NeverAgainActn) August 8, 2019

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    Jager says:

    @Sloane Peterson’s knee therapist:

    Hopefully White Earth, Minnesota, he’ll be shocked upon arrival that it’s mostly Native American

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    lamh36 says:


    So then if GOP retains Senate, as is likely…so if he wins, Biden is banking on what exactly? This “unknown” asset will make McConnell will treat his presidency better than PBO….hmmm….not what could that asset be…

    Joe Biden, touring Iowa, told reporters, in so many words, that his plan is to have an ineffectual, failed presidency. Or, as Biden put it more pithily, “Ending the filibuster is a very dangerous move.”

    Biden is expressing one of his most deeply held beliefs, which is his boundless faith in the goodness of the Senate. This is the point Biden was attempting to make in his controversial nostalgic riff about his history of working with segregationists. The Senate brings people together, even people as different as Joe Biden and the segregationists. (Biden failed to anticipate that some Democrats would interpret this to mean that Biden and the segregationists were not so different after all)…

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    Jay says:

    1/ White supremacist group League of the South is meeting at the Casa Isabel in Lake City, Florida on Saturday.The business owners say it would cost them too much to cancel.Call them at (386) 588-0613 to remind them it'll cost them more to get rep as a Nazi-friendly business. pic.twitter.com/bAKEDfRdes— AntiFash Gordon (@AntiFashGordon) August 8, 2019

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    Ladyraxterinok says:

    @Martin: At some point won’t targeted people begin to feel their only option is to hide kids, arm selves, and fight back??

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    Baud says:

    OT. I blame Obama.

    A scathing new Pentagon report blames Trump for the return of ISIS in Syria and Iraq

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    @JPL: I saw it on KOS and Trump seems to have been pushing for her to leave. I don’t know more than that.

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    JPL says:

    @Baud: Well I’m beginning to think that Obama should have never let trump take the oath of office. just sayin

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    Jay says:

    #BREAKING: Armed man driving "Trump" truck arrested outside migrant shelter in El Paso after immigration group spotted him "brandishing a knife." Police recovered a fully-loaded gun in his truck emblazoned with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz support slogans. pic.twitter.com/2R7EbBEprb— Matthew Keys (@MatthewKeysLive) August 8, 2019

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    rikyrah says:

    Scott Hechinger (@ScottHech) Tweeted:
    This is madness. ICE tried to raid a *homeless shelter* in NYC on Tuesday night. Lied that they had a warrant. Thankfully, security guards knew their rights & asked to see it. They showed a random photo. They didnt have a warrant. They were forced to leave.https://t.co/OSQjpV6UTZ https://twitter.com/ScottHech/status/1159522767798013952?s=17

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    Ksmiami says:

    @Droppy: they are also irredeemably butt ugly

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    JPL says:

    @Dorothy A. Winsor: CNN just now reported that. They seemed to think that trump wanted someone who would work with justice in order to protect him. I wish I had a DVR because I was only half listening, but it didn’t sound good.

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    Jay says:


    They are too busy trying to survive as one of the bottom rungs of the precariate,

    They can’t afford Murder Rifles,

    they try very hard, harder than most Americans, to join in the Community,

    and they have no place, no money and no food with which to hide.

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    Cacti says:

    @Anonymous At Work:

    Question: What companies pay for advertisements on Carlson’s show? A nice neat list of places to avoid would be nice.

    Maggie Haberman just fainted.

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    Jay says:

    .@nprmusic fired a critic explicitly over a Tucker Carlson segment about her. This isn’t a James Damore “fired for truth” thing where somebody got canned for insulting a protected class, this is @GrimKim’s dislike of sitting politicians costing her a job. https://t.co/CZdpzEaS8q— Sam Thielman (@samthielman) August 8, 2019

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    debbie says:

    @Dorothy A. Winsor:

    Trump (or a spokesperson) said there was no way he was appointing her to lead DNI.

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    Mike in DC says:

    @lamh36: You know who put abolition of the filibuster on the table? Warren. Who is a currently serving Senator. I’d love to see a debate exchange on this issue.

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    Jay says:

    FBI docs leaked to me reveal that in 2018, the Bureau targeted "Black Identity Extremists" under a program codenamed "IRON FIST", planning to use undercover agents to infiltrate the group which it considered a top counterterrorism priority.For @tyt: https://t.co/q9hI2zQLQn pic.twitter.com/KRaLyUGxzX— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) August 8, 2019

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    jl says:

    @lamh36: thanks for info. Any info on what Biden thinks about adding two seats to SCOTUS? Any commenter know?

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    lamh36 says:

    @Jay: I see he’s wearing gloves…so as not to leave fingerprints on whatever crime scene he was about to create.

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    Jay says:

    The documents also show that the FBI believed national white supremacy extremist (WSE) group membership would decline https://t.co/q9hI2zQLQn pic.twitter.com/pnjgFXoWJ0— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) August 8, 2019

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    Cacti says:


    Two isn’t enough.

    Four seats.

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    Mary G says:

    @Dorothy A. Winsor: @JPL: One of the people I follow on Twitter retweeted a thread that Gordon worked hard to get the CIA workforce diversified with more women and POC and was particularly good to one disabled employee who had issues with access and hostility when she first started working there. Trump had Pence tell her she was fired, but she had her resignation letter already typed up, because she knew her job was toast. She was by law the person who replaced Coats after he left, and after a week or so spent trying to get around that they just kicked her out.

    I read the WaPo article about the house the NRA wanted to buy and they linked to the real estate listing. It’s still unsold and price was dropped yesterday to $4.7 million, down from the $6 million the NRA was going to spend on it. Not nearly as tacky as Twitler’s gold-plated everything, but still a very ostentatious McMansion. Who needs nine bathrooms with four bedrooms?

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    Sloane Peterson's knee therapist says:

    @Jager: More friendly reception at White Settlement, Tx. Recently voted to keep the name… because.

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    Jay says:

    The FBI told @CoryBooker & other Senate Dems that it dropped the “Black Identity Extremist” term, but the docs show the new term “RMVE” still includes black extremists which they prioritize above terror groups like Al-Qaeda, per FBI’s new 2020 prioritieshttps://t.co/q9hI2zQLQn pic.twitter.com/CIS4w6SiwB— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) August 8, 2019

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    debbie says:


    Scroll down a few comments for a better picture of the Trump decoration on the back of his pick-up. Bare-chested and wielding a sizable weapon just like Rambo!

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    Jay says:


    Keep in mind that for every disempowered White Supremacist Wussolinni has empowered to act on their hate and fear,

    There are dozens with power and authority, the Quiet Nazis.

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    Mezz says:

    Also: WaPo reports that Sue Gordon, #2 currently at DNI is resigning as of next Thursday!

    Could any smart person help convince me that this is not super duper extra double-bad, because now Trump appoints the DNI — “acting DNI” — with ZERO oversight.
    That seems bad. That’s bad, right?

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    just like Rambo

    Or Putin.

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    different-church-lady says:

    @Sloane Peterson’s knee therapist: DONE BEEN SEEN WUT YA DID THERE!

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    lamh36 says:

    Wow…apparently, the Dayton shooter’s sibling he murdered, was trans. Who went by he/him prounouns according to social media. Whcih mean he’s been misgendered since the shooting.

    Accounts from friends and social media profiles belonging to a victim in last weekend’s shooting in Dayton, OH, whose name was previously reported as Megan Betts, indicate that Betts was a transgender man who went by Jordan Cofer and used he/him pronouns…

    Everyone I spoke to for this story wished that it not be politicized, I hope we can honor those wishes.


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    Mandalay says:


    I don’t trust that these companies didn’t have a reason for cooperating with these ICE raids.

    They have every incentive since the government is probably making them an offer they can’t refuse: if you cooperate fully in helping us round up your employees we won’t prosecute you for employing them, but if you even think about fucking with us we’ll throw the book at you.

    Once the dust settles it will be interesting to see how many companies are prosecuted for employing those deported by ICE. My confident guess is a big fat zero.

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    Jay says:

    A leader of Nazi Atomwaffen division, Corwyn Storm Carver (AKA "Vass") is currently serving in the @USArmy at Fort Bliss in El Paso. After @nate_thayer thoroughly exposed him, the Army's playing dumb, claiming their brief command investigation cleared him. https://t.co/DYVulnA0v7 pic.twitter.com/PIo3xYzDkI— Ed Beck (@DEdwardBeck) August 7, 2019

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    HalfAssedHomesteader says:

    @TaMara (HFG): I still love that Jon Stewart made him give them up out of humiliation.

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    Mary G says:


    Here’s the video of CNN reporting that Trump forced that now-orphaned baby, whose parents died shielding him during the mass shooting, to come back to the hospital for a Trump publicity event after the other victims refused to meet him. pic.twitter.com/CKDlxa8xMz— John Aravosis 🇺🇸 (@aravosis) August 8, 2019

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    chris says:

    @Jay: Then they let him go because he hadn’t broken any laws. The gods must be crazy.

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    Jay says:


    Emily of the State and other LGTBQ anti-facists confirmed that several days ago.

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    JPL says:

    @Mezz: It’s bad, really, really bad. Of course, he had pence fire her cuz he’s a f..king coward.

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    different-church-lady says:


    Why are white supremacists so uniformly un-supreme?


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    Jay says:


    Big Ag runs on undocumented Immigrant Labour,

    This is more like a shift change for them with the bonus that the next group of undocumented Immigrants will be even more compliant.

    End Stage Capitalism is built on serfdom.

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    A Ghost To Most says:

    @Sloane Peterson’s knee therapist: As someone who grew up deep in the NRA culture, and has spent 40+ years fighting it, this shit is great. It’s like a big Fuck You! To my dead asshole father.

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    Mandalay says:

    @Mary G:

    Here’s the video of CNN reporting that Trump forced that now-orphaned baby

    Forced“? Really?

    I’m not defending Trump, but that claim doesn’t even make sense. Someone somewhere in the reporting chain is making that up.

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    Mezz says:

    We are so fucked

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    @JPL: And for a man who’s fame is based on saying “Your Fired”.

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    lamh36 says:

    @Mandalay: not forced.

    The family, including the deceased father of the baby consider themselves Republican Conservatives. So likey mean they were already supporters of Chump via being Republicans.

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    different-church-lady says:

    @Mandalay: You think the baby returned on its own?

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    Jay says:

    I wanted to see how QAnon followers were doing with 8chan going down so I spoke to @travis_view and @rothschildmd… turns out shits bleak folks. https://t.co/OVSWeA6dxT— Mack Lamoureux (@MackLamoureux) August 8, 2019

    These folks are going to be supplying a bumper crop of mass shooters next.

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    JPL says:

    @🐾BillinGlendaleCA: Shocking that he can read from a script .

    @Mezz: yup

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    Baud says:

    Andrew Yang qualified for the debate.

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    Jay says:




    And the infant had several broken bones from the mass shooting.

    Who subjects an injured infant to that Campaign Ad Recording rather than keeping them home, in peace and quiet, to rest and heal?

    When they tell you who they are, believe them.

    Sooner or later, they will show you who they are.

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    lamh36 says:

    Follow Follow @mkraju
    There it is. “This IS formal impeachment proceedings,” Nadler tells @ErinBurnett, ending the semantics game about whether they’re in an impeachment inquiry or not. More details here:


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    JPL says:

    @Mezz: not funny but I’m reading that Jared is the last one standing between a complete take over by Stephen Miller.

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    Jay says:

    Is your MSM learnin?

    Opinion | Dean Obeidallah: "It’s unclear why Carlson is diminishing the threat of white supremacy. But he's not just wrong, his comments are potentially aiding and abetting dangerous individuals." https://t.co/HmW7T0aSi1@NBCNewsTHINK— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 9, 2019


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    Martin says:


    Joe Biden, touring Iowa, told reporters, in so many words, that his plan is to have an ineffectual, failed presidency. Or, as Biden put it more pithily, “Ending the filibuster is a very dangerous move.”


    The institution is gone and the GOP has no incentive to bring it back until they are forced to. You win the Senate, you end the filibuster, and you go the fuck. to. town. Legal abortion. Gun bans. Taxes. Single payer. Add 2 court justices. Then offer to negotiate to bring it back.

    Man, Harris needs to bring her A game on this next debate, because bickering over single payer is fucking pointless. Go after Joe for being fucking in denial about what the GOP is willing to do, and what Democrats need to be willing to do.

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    Jay says:

    A mental health database? What the hell is wrong with you? Are you holding a competition to see who's the stupider Cuomo brother? H/t @ScottGreenfield. https://t.co/H1lXMJ2LHS— Varad Mehta (@varadmehta) August 8, 2019

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    JPL says:

    @Martin: He actually said some other things. just sayin

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    HeleninEire says:

    @Baud: Jesus. I’ll be in Dublin. Celebrating my birthday there. Thank the Goddess. I am this close to turning it all off for a few months. I.Just.Can’t.

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    JPL says:

    @HeleninEire: Have a happy birthday, but we can’t just turn a blind eye. It’s not who we are, or at least I hope so.

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    Jay says:

    With Sue Gordon out, ODNI has no director, no acting dir. Gordon will leave a big void—a key strength is her reputation in Silicon Valley, where most intel innovation needs come from, per a US official. “She sits across from these CEO’s and has credibility. Will her replacement?”— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) August 8, 2019

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    Jay says:

    Welcome to the ritualistic "This. Is. Not. Who. We. Are!" among white supremacist terror inciters panicked, in the wake of yet another white supremacist terror attack, that people are starting to connect the dots. https://t.co/eYRdPRS1hY— Eli Valley (@elivalley) August 4, 2019

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    Buckeye says:

    Delurking to note that I’m seeing some interesting theories regarding the very young looking mass shooting survivor here in Dayton. Including one from a man in San Antonio who looked at Dayton’s local news feeds for more shooting victims and decided that a 7 year old girl who’d been shot Tuesday evening could be the actual pt in the picture.
    The family did indeed drive the girl from west Dayton east to MVH. Because it’s two miles closer than Dayton Children’s, which is an excellent Level II Trauma pediatric hospital. So MVH would not be keeping a 7 year old patient because they don’t have a pediatric unit. And the area of west Dayton the girl was shot is primarily black. So no, the very young looking pt. is probably not a 7 year old shooting victim from west Dayton. Or any other pediatric trauma victim.

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    cain says:

    Apparently they were, other members of his family too. Trump must have heard about it and came back to take advantage of it.

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    HeleninEire says:

    @JPL: I know. I won’t. But I want too. But I care too much. It’s a fantasy.

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    Couldn't Stand the Weather says:

    @PAM Dirac:

    That is something I wish I’d noticed. Good one.

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    caphilldcne says:

    @noncarborundum: USAA? I do a lot of business with them (of course I owe them money). But I’m totally going to hassle them.

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    dww44 says:

    @JPL: Long, slow impeachment process to begin in the House! I’m with Rep. Al Green, who says we can’t wait for the election as Trump will continue to do terrible damage to our democracy/constitution/government..

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    Tata says:

    So Jon Stewart was right about old Tucker. I’ll keep that in mind.

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    Boris, Rasputin's Evil Twin says:

    @Droppy: It goes with the territory. Take a good look at a group photo of Hitler & Company and you’ll see it’s a tradition.

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