Keepin’ ‘Em Dumb

October 31, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

This is the front page of my local newspaper.

I am not jacking with you, and they didn’t mean it in the really ironic kind of way.

Click the little one to get the big one.

They have no idea who Manafort, Gates, and Papadopoulos are.

I’m keeping this to cover the dish of crow they will have to eat sooner or later.

They are praying that Barack Obama’s second cousin twice removed gets arrested for DWI on the day Trump is removed from office.


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8 Comments to “Keepin’ ‘Em Dumb”

  1. Send ’em a Huffpost article. That should hurl them over the edge. Anyone should suffice:

  2. Trump thinks Podesta is the biggest story.
    Trump thinks he has big hands.
    I’ll give him this much, I don’t doubt he’ll attempt the biggest pardon in US history.

  3. Anyone with a small bird in a cage should subscribe to the print edition of this newspaper. It seems perfect for catching falling avian feces and urine.

  4. neighborm says:

    Remarkably, the Russians are quoted as saying “Nothing wrong here.”

  5. Tilphousia says:

    Send them a copy of Mother Jones, the Daily Beast, the Daily Kos and watch as the entire building implodes.

    Braw heh heh heh

  6. Their banner is misleading, or they misspelled ‘Bent’.

  7. Sarah Padfield says:

    Geez….I live deep in the Big Piney Woods of east Texas amongst some of the most religiously Republican people you’ll ever meet and even our local paper isn’t this obviously biased.

  8. This is one of the biggest reasons I do not ever want to move back to where I spent well over 20 years of my life. Once you get out of the orbit of newspapers like the NYT, the WaPo etc. you may as well move into a cave and zip it up behind you. Print media still has a walloping big impact on the “hinterland” a.k.a. the boondocks largely because so many folks out there do not have computers or access to tv networks beyond the usual. They have been kept dumb in so many ways it is indescribable. And a lot of those hinterland newspapers own the local tv stations, so they are damned if they do and damned if they don’t!