Is There Some Sort of Contest Going On?

February 10, 2018 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Ya gotta wonder if Republicans are having some sort of contest right now.  If so, this guy is probably in the lead right now.

Tim Nolan is an American politician for the Republican Party, a former state district court judge, a former leader in the Tea Party movement and a former chairman of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in Kentucky.

Honestly, Folks, that that there should have been a warning that he was up to something perfectly awful.

Former Judge Tim Nolan on Friday agreed to spend 20 years in prison for human trafficking.

He used drugs, threats of arrest and threats of eviction to force women and girls under the age of 18 into sex acts, according to the charges read in court by Judge Kathleen Lape.

Nolan pleaded guilty to 21 counts dating back to 2004. In addition to human trafficking and attempted human trafficking, the charges included giving drugs and alcohol to minors.

Here’s Nolan pictured with someone else doing something perfectly awful.



You know, I am slowly coming to the realization that we should build a wall around white Republican men.

Thanks to Sharon for the heads up.

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17 Comments to “Is There Some Sort of Contest Going On?”

  1. Charles R Phillips says:

    “Oh look, Marge! A pig and a turtle!”

  2. He’s not white, he’s magenta?

  3. Aggieland Liz says:

    He changed his name. That’s Napoleon from Animal Farm with his bestie the designated reptile.

  4. There aren’t enough bricks for a repub men’s wall. How about we find an uninhabited island and ship them all off. Wonder what McTurd is thinking. He’s already refused to put the miners’ pension bill up for a vote and many are in Kentucky. Who else is that horse’s patootie ripping off next? Those things aren’t remotely human. Just reptiles in people suits.

  5. ThrowCautiontotheWind says:

    Just once, I want to see a picture of a harasser and be surprised he had to coerce people to have sex with him.

  6. That has to be the essence of creepiness. Can you imagine that pig demanding sex from these young women? Try imagining that he is demanding sex from you. That should ruin your morning.

  7. Tim Nolan, based on the image above, is one Big Mac and cigarette puff shy of a coronary. Big Mac’s on me Tim!

  8. @ThrowCautiontotheWind: Young Bill Cosby?


    I wish there was a means of forcing people like McTurtle to acknowledge their past relationships with such human garbage as “Former Judge” Tim Nolan.

    Maybe knowing people like him are why Repubs have less respect for the courts…

  9. I have heard that prisoners who committed sex crimes against children (and girls under 18 are children, some more than others) get an especially hard time from other prisoners. I do hope that’s true. I hope that’s true for twenty years. I hope this POS cowers in fear for the next twenty years.

    And I certainly would not mind if this good buddy were hung around McConnell’s neck like a dead and stinking albatross.

  10. That Other Jean says:

    What Charles R. Phillips said. Also, I wish him a long, unhappy life in prison. It still won’t be enough.

  11. Tilphousia says:

    Rhea, that is correct. Some correction facilities have to segregate child sex offenders to keep the other inmates from attacking them. Personally, I wouldn’t both. Any man who attacks children and abuses needs to be in a special Hell.

  12. Jonathon Hubbert says:

    Ted Nolan was a Fiscal Court judge. He has no acquaintanceship with law or justice

  13. Ditto Rhea! Also, I wonder if anyone in the White House (whoever is left) has advised that POS in the Oval office that he has another opportunity to pardon a Republican and tweet about what an outstanding human being he is. I have to go throw up now.

  14. WA Skeptic says:

    Here in Oregon we have an equally creepy R. His name is Kruse (What is it about those guys?) and he’s just recently been booted from the legislature. He’d been sexually harrassing women at all levels of power, all the way up to fellow senators, and after numerous complaints, a third-party investigated the complaints and found them justified. When Kruse was informed at his behavior was being monitored and that he needed to change his behavior. Incredibly he changed his behavior by increasing his nastiness.

    The entire legislature voted to expel Kruse, who whined and pouted, and finally left after stamping his feet about being misunderstood.

    No, Kruse, you were perfectly understood.

    Quit it.

  15. He “agreed to spend 20 years in prison”? It was his choice? Wow. Wonder what his other options were.

  16. Wow, that’s a good shot of a double-barreled shit-eatin’ grin, takin’ it all to a new level of nasty (a Repuke specialty).

  17. Homer –
    I think “agreed” as in plea agreement, rather than having his vileness publicly displayed in a trial. Good decision.

    It was probably a tactical error, though. If he’d just said that he was innocent, the President would have vouched for him.

    I thought that scum was just supposed to float on the surface of the Swamp, not go all the way to the damned bottom.


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