Celebrate the upcoming release of The Predator with delicious cookies to blow your friends away.
A flop. As successful as his barber.
The Children’s Crusade didn’t end well. And it won’t end well this time, either. The script is simple. The network is promulgating a demagogue and crisis actor as we can see in this video shot by a schoolmate regarding his 26 year-old debate partner from California who lied about being at the shooting.
At the same time, one thing remained clear to some supporters of the former Democratic nominee.
“I think the party has moved on from Hillary Clinton,” the former senior Clinton aide said.
“I will challenge you, President Trump, to take an I Kew [sic] test, and we’ll see who is smarter than who!” Waters wrote in a letter to the White House.
Dick Durban, that is.
The American Cult Association issued a statement today declaring Donna Brazile’s comparison of the DNC to a “cult” demeaned the term and demanded a retraction.
Sexy! [UPDATE: It has been alleged that this is Chris Hayes, not Rachel Maddow. Wrong! We stand by our assertion that is indeed Maddow because Maddow looks like Buddy Holly.]
Battered Pundit Syndrome often results when the abuse and scandalous, criminal behavior of a politician causes pundits to publicly humiliate themselves when defending or endorsing them. As their credibility is destroyed, the emotional battering and cognitive dissonance becomes impossible to bear. Sometimes, in extreme cases, the politician will go the extra mile to personally beat the shit out of them too.
Before any of the bodies have even been buried, Hillary Clinton opened her 2020 campaign office in a Las Vegas hospital “to be accessible to family members for comfort, and to be responsive to their concerns about the first woman president, how I was cheated, reproductive rights, and how I am doing after my devastating loss to Donald Trump.”
Breaking: The Green Bay Packers invited fans to join them in interlocking their arms during the national anthem as a show of solidarity with the football team, and Broadway. Already gearing up for a potential Superbowl half-time performance, the Packers were not concerned about audience disapproval, it seems, and have been training with the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes in NYC.