As the darkness of narcissism and corruption has closed in on Washington, there are still some things that inspire. This is one of them. Trust me.
Archive for January, 2017
CNN, MSNBC, and the New York Times are now reporting that both Supreme Court nominees are going to be present in the White House for Cheeto Jesus’s network announcement tonight of his choice. Yes, you heard that right. Apparently, His Orangeness thinks he’s hosting a big television game show, and is planning some kind of Celebrity Apprentice style rollout of his nominee.
Holy Jesus. It is absolutely humiliating to be an American with this cancer infecting the White House.
You know how Betsy DeVos kinda grinded on your nerves during the confirmation hearing? You know she just didn’t seem genuine?
President Trump’s nominee for education secretary, in written responses to questions from senators, appears to have used several sentences and phrases from other sources without attribution — including from a top Obama administration civil rights official.
I am happy to announce, though, that she did fulfill all her requirements and is set the graduate from the Melania Trump and Monica Clowley School of Original Thought.
Today is the previously scheduled “Muslim Day” at the state capitol. They’ve been having it for several years, including the time one Republican state representative made any Muslims visiting her office pledge allegiance to America before they could talk to her staff.
My friend Vickie, who is Jewish, is there today and sent me this fabulous picture.
“Today and every day I stand with my Muslim brothers and sisters.”
— Vickie Vogel
And my friends Pam and Hazel sent these ….
I wish I could be with them today. They are what makes America great.
First off, another preacher got caught doing the sacrament boogie. Florida.
A well-known Tallahassee pastor was forced to flee naked after a husband came home early and found him having sex with the man’s wife.
So, here’s the minister hiding nakkid in the bushes, which probably made it a little easier for God to recognize him, while the police try to talk the woman’s husband out of shooting him dead.
The wife says they’ve been in “a relationship” since last October. Here’s my favorite part, the preacher was fixing to release his new book this week. Its title is “I Need a Man.” He says the book “offers a fresh perspective on the issues of godly manhood and mentoring.” Fresh? I suspect so.
Then in Georgia, a Republican state legislator … well, got lost.
A Georgia lawmaker is recovering from a gunshot wound after he says he was shot behind an adult entertainment store while traveling with several thousand dollars in donations for storm relief efforts.
[State Representative Gerald] Greene told WRBL-TV of Columbus he was in a parking lot behind Foxes Cinema, an adult entertainment store, when he was shot.
They haven’t figured out why he had cash that he says was from the Red Cross. He claims the robber didn’t get the cash.
So you gotta wonder what the robber was after – Green’s state representative parking permit?
So if Donald Trump would quit hogging the news, we could get more important stories like these from our friend Carl.
Thanks to Carl for the heads up.
Last week I told you about Gregg Phillips, a completely scam artist who is Donald Trump’s expert on voter fraud.
Phillips ran some scams with taxpayer dollars in both Texas and Mississippi. Now he’s angling to head up Donald Trump’s investigation into voter fraud and prove, by gawd, that there’s people registered to vote in more than one state.
And he should know.
A man who President Donald Trump has promoted as an authority on voter fraud was registered to vote in multiple states during the 2016 presidential election, the Associated Press has learned.
Gregg Phillips, whose unsubstantiated claim that the election was marred by 3 million illegal votes was tweeted by the president, was listed on the rolls in Alabama, Texas and Mississippi, according to voting records and election officials in those states. He voted only in Alabama in November, records show.
When questioned about the obviously hypocrisy, Phillips replied that this only proves that the system is broken. Yeah, guy, you broke it!
Thanks to everybody for threads up.