But I Do Know What To Make of This

March 28, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Y’all, Nunes has to put some hard ridden miles between himself and the Senate Intelligence Committee. Now.

The Washington Post says they now know why Trump panicked last night and starting tweeting about Hillary.

The Trump administration sought to block former acting attorney general Sally Yates from testifying to Congress in the House investigation of links between Russian officials and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, The Washington Post has learned, a position that is likely to further anger Democrats who have accused Republicans of trying to damage the inquiry.

Trump claims he has presidential communications privilege over Yates’ expected testimony that disagrees sharply with what White House officials are claiming.  Uh, no. Honey, if John Dean can testify against Nixon, Yates can testify against Trump.

So now Nunes canceling the open hearing is starting to make a whole lot of sense.  To crooks.  It makes a lot of sense to crooks.

I gotta tell ya, maybe Nunes can talk water into a boil at twenty paces, but it’s just bubbles. There ain’t nothing there other than bubbles. His explanation of what happened on the grounds of the White House has more twists than a pretzel factory.

I saw that he went on Bill O’Reilly yesterday and said that of course the Democrats want him to step down because “they are afraid of me.”  Honey, your own momma is afraid of you but it’s because you’re dumb, and dumb people do crazy things.  You are only scary because you are dumb crazy and so madly in love with Donald Trump that even Ivanka is jealous.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.


March 21, 2017 By: El Jefe Category: Sumbitches, Trump

Definition of marginalia

  1. 1:  marginal notes or embellishments (as in a book)

  2. 2:  nonessential items the meat and marginalia of American politics — Saturday Rev.

  3. 3:  members of Cheeto Jesus’ campaign staff, namely Paul Manafort, Carter Page, Roger Stone, Sam Clovis, and Steve Bannon.  Usage: “Then you have the whole Manafort-Ukraine thing and Roger Stone running around doing whatever Roger Stone is doing.  This campaign, early on, had a lot of marginalia associated with it. Guys like Carter Page, Roger Stone. I have no earthly idea what those guys have been up to, right?”

The definition of marginalia has traditionally referred to notes in the margins of books and journals.  Today, it also refers to the weirdos, gangsters, and cronies surrounding the new, er, uh…(urp) president.