Celebrity Apprentice Comes to the White House

January 31, 2017 By: El Jefe Category: Trump

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.

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19 Comments to “Celebrity Apprentice Comes to the White House”

  1. Dan Borroff says:

    Rumor has it that Kennedy will announce his retirement.

  2. JAKvirginia says:

    Does the… ahem… loser get some nice parting gifts?

  3. @JAK

    PCOD with Omarosa. 🙂

  4. Chloe Bear says:

    The Constitution doesn’t say how many judges should be on the Supreme Court, that is up to Congress. I predict that President Asshat appoints both judges he has brought to D.C. for his prime-time Celebrity Apprentice Appointee Unveiling. Meet your new 10 member U.S. Supreme Court.

  5. An odd number was originally chosen in order not to have tie votes. Unanimous, yes. Ties, not so much.

  6. Have roses been delivered? If just one, then the number doesn’t change. If two. . .

  7. Jane & PKM says:

    Our latest e-mail to Senator Cortez Masto was fairly short. Basically words of encouragement to stay strong. The text of the e-mail to Senator Heller was considerably longer. To him we sent a suggestion. To prevent gridlock, demonstrate bi-partisan intentions and unite the country advise Donnie to nominate Judge Merrick Garland. We want Congress to work. A good beginning would be for the Senate to perform the duty they failed to perform for a year regarding Judge Garland’s appointment. The man is eminently qualified.

    Please WMDBS write your Dem Senators with words of strength. Bombard your snacilbupeR Senators with definitions of FAIR. Tell them Merrick Garland or no one.

    We’ve survived over a year with an 8 member SCOTUS. We can wait, until they do the “right thing.”

  8. Its Gorsuch. His mama was once the EPA Administrator during the Reagan administration and she did her best to kill the agency for 22 months before she lit out for home. Her kid seems to have some talent for listening. Maybe he’s already heard how many times Trump and his ilk have called the ban a ban and then denied it. Gorsuch is also supposed to be a damn good constitutionalist. Lets see if he can determine if religion and state are at stake.

  9. I cannot wait for the swimsuit competition.

  10. New drinking game, take a shot whenever Trump misspells Gorsuch in a Tweet! Take two whenever he can’t figure out what court a judge is from or what court the judge is being nominated to! This almost guarantees you’ll spend the next 4 years in an altered state of consciousness.

  11. JAKvirginia says:

    Micr? PCOD? Que?

  12. AliceBeth says:

    We did not watch, we avoid seeing or hearing Trump. Did he really have them both present?

    Gorsuch is the judge from the Hobby Lobby case, therefore he is intolerable. I wonder what his daughter’s think of his views on the rights of women.

  13. slipstream says:

    Will there be a big lever for President Pussygrabber to pull and drop the loser through a trap door?

    Everybody loves a good trap door.

  14. CJ blew his lines, too, introducing Gorsuch as Judge Gorsuch of the Supreme Court. And this will be almost as important of a public announcement as his (soon, I hope) resignation.

    He can literally do nothing correctly.

  15. @JAK

    Oh dear I guess I had it in my head you were a bit older. Vietnam era older.

    Try urban dictionary. There is no momma safe description available.

  16. JAKvirginia says:

    Micr: My age: 65. Never heard of the term. Went to Urban. You nasty! 😉

  17. That Other Jean says:

    I’m pretty sure the game-show/reality TV format is the only one our President (ptui!) knows, so that’s the one he uses for pretty much everything. I can’t believe we (for certain values of “we,” not including present company) did this to ourselves.

  18. two crows says:

    I just emailed my senators asking them to please point out where, in the Constitution, it states that only one party is entitled to appoint nominees to the Supreme Court. And asking why we don’t dispense with the niceties and just embrace a totalitarian government while we’re at it.

    Then I asked them both to stand up and throw as much sand into the cogs of the Senate as they can: to withhold consent on all matters, to filibuster this nominee and to refuse to consider any nominee who is not named Merrick Garland.

    OK, I know, asking Rubio to do anything that smacks of ethics is a long shot at best — but if shame can’t reach him, maybe the fear of the electorate can?
    Nah. Not gonna happen. Still, venting felt good.

    Please flood your senators’ inboxes.

    Then, let’s get together and figure out who to write and what to say about the Muslim ban. We MUST NOT allow Trump to divert our attention from each successive issue by tossing another in our path. We must learn to keep a lot of plates in the air at the same time.

  19. Marge Wood says:

    Our senators use one of a limited number of form letters. I say we come up with a limited number of form letters and fax them to them daily, on a letter from the Senator, even if there is one phrase that really doesn’t relate to what we’re writing about–you know, Dear —Miss, Ms or Mr, If you are concerned about President Trump’s — lack of honesty, —-here’s some links related to it. Pick one and we’ll decide for you who we think should be in the — Supreme Court.—- I am here to —remove Muslims—-and to meet your —mother—.
    Sincerely ,
    Ted the Taxer Crews.