No snail mail in mailbox📭in the last two days ... beginning to question my existence in the physical world.🌎— M. Bouffant (@MBouffant) February 1, 2017
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
EXCLUSIVE: Pentagon believes attack on Saudi frigate meant for US warship — The Iranian-backed suicide attack targeting a Saudi frigate off the coast of Yemen on Monday may have been meant for an American warship, two defense officials told Fox News. — The incident in question occurred …Discussion:Ryan Pickrell / The Daily Caller: Pentagon Believes US Was Intended Target In Saudi Frigate Bombing [VIDEO]Ryan Saavedra / The Gateway Pundit: ACT OF WAR! Pentagon Believes Iranian Suicide Attack On Saudi Frigate Was Meant For US WARSHIP!
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|Source: California Should Be Stripped Of Electoral College Votes Due To High Number Of Illegals In The CA Census|
If it were to spread it would be more like the drug-resistant strain of E. coli just reported. Why would he think a wildfire is a good thing to invoke in our Golden State? Schmuck.“If we can get Donald J. Trump to be president of the United States, certainly we can get Californians registered to be Republicans,” longtime conservative activist Johnnie Morgan said to applause. “With the energy we have now, with the momentum we have now, with the inspiration we have now, with the committed people we have now, we can do this. It will spread like wildfire.”
Another dim bulb whines:
It's called democracy, idjit. The majority rules. You don't like it, kill yourselves or get out of Cali.We want to show the political elite that we exist and that we are not happy with some of their legislation and they can’t just ramrod things like that without considering us.”
Last & most pathetic:
"Destroyed the state." Right. And all the usual meaningless "take our country back" from our fellow citizens yap. Fucking young person moron. We're taking this country back from the moronic minority that voted for Trump.“We need change. We have that in Washington, but we need change in Sacramento to bring down the liberal pathetic establishment that has destroyed this state,” said Nestor Moto, 22, a gay Latino GOP activist from Long Beach. “This country belongs to people like you and me … and it is time we take it back.”
Monday, January 30, 2017
How long before the first Starbucks overseer/manager says "Work overtime for regular wages or you go back to your country to be killed for selling out to the occupation forces, Ahmed!"
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Ryan Saavedra / The Gateway Pundit: DEVELOPING: At Least 5 Dead in Quebec City Mosque Shooting; Many On Social Media Are Calling It A False Flag Attack
Remember these? Neither a joke nor humor to certain groups of disturbed people.
Saturday, January 28, 2017
To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our strength #WelcomeToCanada— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 28, 2017
New Sun Risin' Up Angry
Friday, January 27, 2017
The skin crawls, the stomach contractsfake. (One has to wonder just how many Trump voters have these same issues of size & stamina.)
Here's a clue, Marky Mark: Deal w/ issues like the streams of lies/fake news/yada that pollute the source of your billions of undeserved dollars before it comes to this.Mark Zuckerberg / Facebook:Mark Zuckerberg says he's “concerned” about President Trump's executive orders on immigration, affirms support for “Dreamers” — My great grandparents came from Germany, Austria and Poland. Priscilla's parents were refugees from China and Vietnam.Discussion:Khari Johnson / VentureBeat: Zuckerberg to Trump: ‘We are a nation of immigrants’Talal Ansari / BuzzFeed: President Trump Just Banned People From Several Muslim-Majority Countries From Coming To AmericaThomas Gibbons-Neff / Washington Post: Trump's proposed refugee ban would alienate allies for U.S. troops, experts sayElizabeth Weise / USA Today: Zuckerberg ‘concerned’ about Trump immigration planRichard Lawler / Engadget: Tonight President Donald Trump signed an executive order titled …Bryan Clark / The Next Web: Zuckerberg to Trump: ‘We are a nation of immigrants’@mikeisaac: how to read this: H1-B visa discussion imminent, and your employees are getting restless. you HAVE to say something. http://www.facebook.com/... http://twitter.com/...Casey Newton / The Verge: Zuckerberg to Trump: ‘Keep our doors open to refugees’Sasha Lekach / Mashable: ‘Heartbroken’ Malala Yousafzai calls out Trump for ‘closing the door’ on refugeesAndrew Stiles / Heat Street: Facebook Founder Zuckerberg ‘Concerned’ About President Trump's Immigration PolicyMaya Rhodan / TIME: What to Know About President Trump's Immigration Orders
And Zucky, learn the lessons of history: Your & Mrs. Z.'s ethnicities are not the favorites of Mr. Trump & his Nazi/fascist/nationalist/populist/moronic/hate-filled associates. Maybe you oughta just shut up & get out to save yourself further embarrassment. Or maybe you two oughta shut up & get out of the country before the Secret State Police come knocking at your door. (You can leave all your money w/ me when you go.)
It makes my day when all involved in idiotic bullshit, from Trump to Zucks, are sacks of shit & this reporter can state, firmly & w/o equivocation: Screw every last one of you shitheaded bastards & your mothers to hell & back w/ a rotating splintered broomstick!
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Dep't. of DerpCheck this pile of American Idiots. How many are functionally illiterate? I'd bet few of them have ever read a book, even before they dropped out of high school. And few of them seem able to say anything rational.
The merest example:
Rick Gardner, a Christian minister in Arizona, says he most likes Trump's honesty - "truly a man of his word" - and his selflessness.I hate these fucking sad sacks. I have always hated stupid, ignorant fools.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Do they mean all these silly laws about "murder"? As far as I can tell 99.44% of the people on this planet have no reason to live. 🔫— M. Bouffant (@MBouffant) January 26, 2017
Cheese'n'crackers, not only is not-my-President incompetent, he is quite literally retarded, as in stuck in the '80s w/ Baba Wawa & Time, The Magazine. Send it by courier, baby!President Trump spends substantial time and energy ridiculing the media. He spends even more time consuming — and obsessing about — it.
Print copies of three newspapers. When Billy Bush was on, "Access Hollywood" every night. TiVo of the morning and evening news shows so he can watch the tops of all of them. Always "60 Minutes." Often "Meet the Press." Lots of New York talk radio.
He's not a book guy: In fact, some advisers say they don't recall seeing him read one or even talking about one beyond his own, "The Art of the Deal." And, as he told us, he's not one for long reports or detailed briefings. One page usually suffices. Bullet points are even better. But he does consume — often in huge doses — lots of traditional media.
"He's an analog guy," one top adviser told us, saying he never sees the boss on a computer or using his phone for anything but calls.
The president's media diet:
Why this matters: Trump has been hooked on coverage, especially of himself, since the glory days of the New York tabloids, when he would happily leak details about his affairs and business deals. He can't quit it. So the notion he will surrender the remote, or Twitter, or his grievances with reporters is pure fantasy. Aides talk of giving him "better choices" or jamming his schedule with meetings to keep him away from reading about or watching himself on TV. But this is an addiction he will never kick.
- When Trump was in the tower, he got hard copies of the N.Y. Times and N.Y. Post (which a friend calls "the paper of record for him" — he especially studies Page Six). He "skims The Wall Street Journal," the friend said. No Washington Post, although friends assume he'll add it now. He had started skipping the other New York tab, the Daily News, because he thought it treated him shabbily.
- Trump knows specific bylines in the papers and when he's interviewed by a reporter, he can recite how the reporter has treated him over the years, even in previous jobs.
- Before the campaign, his aides subscribed to an electronic clipping service that flagged any mention of his name, then his staff printed out the key articles. He'll scroll through Twitter, but he doesn't surf the web himself.
- With an allergy to computers and phones, he works the papers. With a black Sharpie in hand, he marks up the Times or other printed stories. When he wants action or response, he scrawls the staffers' names on that paper and either hands the clip to them in person, or has a staffer create a PDF of it — with handwritten commentary — and email it to them. An amazed senior adviser recently pulled out his phone to show us a string of the emailed PDFs, all demanding response. It was like something from the early 90s. Even when he gets worked up enough to tweet, Trump told us in our interview he will often simply dictate it, and let his staff hit "send" on Twitter.
- Most mornings, Trump flicks on the TV and watches "Morning Joe," often for long periods of time, sometimes interrupted with texts to the hosts or panelists. After the 6 a.m. hour of "Joe," he's often on to "Fox & Friends" by 7 a.m., with a little CNN before or after. He also catches the Sunday shows, especially "Meet the Press." "The shows," as he calls them, often provoke his tweets. The day of our interview with him, all of his tweet topics were discussed during the first two hours of "Morning Joe."
- "60 Minutes" is usually on his DVR. "He's so old-school that he thinks it's awesome to go on '60 Minutes," a friend said. "He loves being one of Barbara Walters' '10 Most Fascinating People' of the year." Before Trump ran, a staple that he watched every weeknight was Billy Bush's "Access Hollywood." Same with Time Magazine. His office and hotels are full of framed copies of him on the cover.
Lance Wallnau: Women’s March Was A Manifestation of ‘The Spirit Of Witchcraft’
Rick Joyner: Women’s March Was ‘A Blatant Manifestation Of The Jezebel Spirit’
Has America Compromised With the Jezebel Spirit?
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Ken Dilanian / NBC News: FBI Finds Nothing Amiss in Flynn-Russia Eavesdrop: Official
|Orange model Brainiac.|
"I've had a lot of briefings that are very … I don't want to say 'scary,' because I'll solve the problems," he said. "But … we have some big enemies out there in this country and we have some very big enemies — very big and, in some cases, strong enemies."Besides the sadly familiar feeling of a listening to a not very smart grade-schooler trying to bullshit his way out of a question ("some very big enemies — very big and, in some cases, strong enemies") for which he was unprepared, did you notice the phrase "big enemies out there in this country"? Is he just confused? Did he perhaps mean "the world", but let slip a Freudian revelation of his true beliefs about us? Dollars to dough-nuts there's already an enemies list (if not several) making its way around the Executive Mansion.
And of course, he'll solve the problems. Because everyone else is stupid, & he's, like, very SMRT. (You can tell by the way he talks like a third-grader.)
Monday, January 23, 2017
John Nolte / Daily Wire:
Response to Ben Shapiro: Five Reasons I Don't Care If Donald Trump Lies — Let me first acknowledge Ben Shapiro's Sunday piece about those who excuse from Donald Trump what they never would from Barack Obama. On this particular subject, I have been very clear since the beginning, since The Donald stepped out onto the political stage.Discussion:
Neil Stevens / RedState: It Begins: The Apologists Are Cheering For Trump's Lies
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, pro wrassler, accused murderer, Sunday the 15th.
Eugene Cernan, last humanoid to set foot on Luna, 82, Monday the 16th.
"Poppy" & "Bar" Bush, not to worry; hospital stays just an excuse not to attend Trump's illegit inaug.
Cheese or a cheese-like product on a cracker, this hasn't turned out to be much of a report. Reckoned (hoped) they'd be dropping like flies in the new yr.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Who you gonna believe: Trump, or your lying eyes?Srsly., how effin' pathetic is this egomaniac?
[T.P.M.]A presidential speech that was intended to thank the intelligence community quickly went off the rails Saturday as Donald Trump talked about himself, his inauguration crowd, the dishonest media and how great his party was.
Trump appeared at the CIA on his first official day as the 45th president after a rough few weeks where he'd heavily criticized the agency, blamed it for leaks and questioned their assessment that Russia had interfered in the U.S. election. In a brief 15-minute statement, Trump meandered, but without the kind of discipline or grace one might expect from the commander in chief.
"I am so behind you and I know maybe sometimes you haven't gotten the backing that you've wanted and you're going to get so much backing," Trump told the intel community with whom he has feuded. "Maybe you'll say, 'don't give us so much backing. Mr. President, please, we don't need that much backing,' But you're going to have that, and I think everybody in this room knows it."
It seemed at every turn, Trump would pivot to himself. As he talked about his choice to lead the CIA Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-KS), Trump noted that he himself was smart.
"I met him and I said, he is so good. Number one in his class at West Point. I know a lot about West Point, and I'm a person that very strongly believes in academics. In fact, every time I say I had an uncle who was a great professor at M.I.T. for 35 years, who did a fantastic job in so many ways," Trump said. "He was an academic genius, and then they say, there's Donald Trump, an intellectual, trust me, I'm like a smart person."
Then, when he talked about wanting to help America win again, he noted how young he felt.
"When I was young and I feel young, I feel like I'm 30, 35, 39, somebody said, 'Are you young? I said, 'I think I'm young.' You know, I was stopping when we were in the final month of the campaign, four stops, five stops, seven stops. Speeches, speeches, in front of 25,000, 35,000 people, 15,000, 19,000, from stop to stop," Trump said. " I feel young. When I was young, we were always winning things in this country. Would win with trade. Would win with wars. And at a certain age, I remember hearing from one of my instructors the United States has never lost a war. And then after that, it's like, we haven't won anything."
It was a strange juxtaposition: a President, standing before the memorial wall at the CIA that honors the lives lost by agency officers as he talked about crowd size and his intelligence. According to the pool report, there were about 400 CIA employees at the agency Saturday. At first, the cheering came from across the crowd, but the pooler noted that as the speech continued, the senior officials in the front grew "subdued."
"Probably almost everybody in this room voted for me but I will not ask you to raise your hands if you did but I guarantee a big portion because we're all on the same wavelength," Trump said.
Trump also couldn't resist talking about his feud with the media.
"I have a running war with the media. They are among the most dishonest human beings on Earth. And they sort of made it sound like I had a feud with the intelligence community. And I just want to let you know, the reason you're the number one stop is exactly the opposite," Trump said. "We did a thing yesterday at the speech and everybody like the speech? But we had a massive field of people. You saw that. Packed. I get up this morning, I turn on one of the networks, and they show an empty field. I'm like, wait a minute. I made a speech. I looked out, the field was, it looked like a million, million and a half people."
As we type the White House Press Secretary is trying to figure how the massive street demonstrations currently happening can be spun. Good luck!
Friday, January 20, 2017
Nobody likes this jerkwad or any of his little fascist friends. When does the snarking stop & the shooting start?
Jennifer Calfas / The Hill:Piling on.Poll: Trump approval rating hits new low hours before inauguration — Just over a third of Americans approve of President-elect Donald Trump — , according to a new poll released hours before his inauguration. — The survey from Fox News showed that 37 percent of Americans approve …Discussion:
Natalie Dickinson / Occupy Democrats: Trump Just Stole A Photo Of Obama's Inauguration Because Nobody Came To His
Donald Trump took the oath of office in front of a comically small crowd
The size of his crowds was the entire premise of his campaign.
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Truck hauling 138 cows overturns,
killing 37 heifers east of Los Angeles
Q: What books are you reading?— Peter Hamby (@PeterHamby) January 18, 2017
A: Look over there. There are some books. pic.twitter.com/9cItkOPMQ7
This is slightly different from when @michikokakutani interviewed Obama about books https://t.co/XUxRzyyixS— Farhad Manjoo (@fmanjoo) January 18, 2017
This reporter is leaving the bunker to look at the last full day before the shitheels of the "Real America" take over these United Snakes. 240 yrs. is probably more than could have reasonably been expected, so fuck it all to hell; it's the will of (some of) the people!
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
|Tragic Davos avalanche? We can only hope.|
N.B.: If you aren't part of the solution, you're part of the problem.
Coming up on Wednesday
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
RESIST, REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE, REBEL!— M. Bouffant (@MBouffant) January 17, 2017
(You can be revolting too.)
Monday, January 16, 2017
Sunday, January 15, 2017
|National African-American Museum. All sources lead to the LDS Church.|
Perhaps Trump is only afraid he'll learn something. But either way, fuck that ol' John Lewis guy, right?Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Trump no longer expected to visit African American museum on MLK Day: report — is reportedly no longer expected to visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. — The president-elect will no longer make the visit on Monday because of scheduling issues …RELATED:John Santucci / ABC News:
Trump Changes Plans on MLK Day Visit To African American History Museum
Esme Cribb / Talking Points Memo: Pence: Trump ‘Has The Right To Defend Himself’ Against Rep. John LewisSarah Jones / Politicus USA: Cowardly Trump Backs Out Of Commemorating MLK Day At the African American MuseumDavid Edwards / Raw Story: DON'T MISS STORIES. FOLLOW RAW STORY! — Donald Trump's …David Smith / The Guardian: Fear and loathing in Washington DC: progressives dread Trump inaugurationLindsey Ellefson / Mediaite: Rep Lewis' Graphic Novel About Civil Rights Sees 106,700% Skyrocket on Amazon After Trump TweetDienekes / The Great American Movement: BOOM! A Mike Pence Fan Puts Right Perspective On John Lewis v. Donald Trump SpatZahra Shati / New Century Times: Former RNC Chair BRUTALLY Takes Down Trump For Attacking John Lewis & It's GLORIOUS (VIDEO)Chris Enloe / TheBlaze: Ben Sasse gracefully responds to Dem congressman who called Trump an ‘illegitimate’ presidentAndrew Blake / Washington Times: Donald Trump blasts Rep. John Lewis as ‘all talk’ after congressman questions election's legitimacyNatalie Dickinson / Occupy Democrats: Dan Rather Just Went Viral Defending John Lewis From Trump's AttackNicole Gallucci / Mashable: People are fuming over Donald Trump's comments about John LewisTom Tillison / BizPac Review: ‘I stand with John Lewis’: How many Dems will skip inauguration now that they have ‘a cause’?Bonnie Kristian / The Week: Trump faces backlash after criticism of civil rights leader John Lewis during MLK weekendLaurel Raymond / ThinkProgress: These lawmakers are disgusted by Trump's attack on civil rights icon John LewisKaitlan Collins / The Daily Caller: Trump Strikes Back After House Dem Says He's Not ‘A Legitimate President’ [VIDEO]