A Round Up of Resistance to Trump


Yeah, I kind of read it the way @Wanderfound did. But then again, sarcasm is my native language.



Awesome, thanks.

Maybe the truth will have its day yet!

If only people like Louis CK would spend more time saying things like this, instead of jerking off into plants in front of women, or whatever the hell he was doing.

George Carlin was willing to say these kinds of things in front of crowds, probably also while on a corporate contract. Who else will step up and wake more of us up?


188 to go. This might be a good sign.


Yay, for a even a little bit of good news.



Bernie dishing out the burns this morning


Somewhere in DHS, a leadership committee is wondering why we don’t have a database of horse feces.



This guy has taken credit for that stunt


Stolen from this Reddit post






: "When asked about the Punisher symbol being spotted on military helmets in Iraq and biker jackets — as well as seen on the shoulders of alt-right protesters at the white-supremacy rally in Charlottesville, VA, the actor initially replied: “I feel honored to play a guy who people putting their life on the line identify with.”

And when asked about the alt-righters specifically? “F–k them.” "



Trolling at it’s finest


Who knew teenagers were tech savvy enough to find a Nazi teacher’s twitter account?


Everybody loses in this case

A new survey from SurveyMonkey and Ozy Media, shared first with Yahoo Finance, finds that 33% of NFL fans boycotted the league this year—but not entirely because they were outraged by the player protests. Nearly equal proportions boycotted in support of Colin Kaepernick or the protests as boycotted in support of President Trump, who vocally opposed the protests.

The survey, conducted from Dec. 8—11 of 2017, polled a national sample of 1,726 adults ages 18 and up. It found that 1,233 of those people identifed as football fans.

The survey then asked the football fans: “Did you purposely stop watching or attending NFL games this season for any reason?” 33% of respondents said yes.

That group, which the survey labeled as “boycotting,” was asked why, and was given multiple options. (Note: Respondents were allowed to select multiple answers; they were not asked which was the biggest factor, just which factors contributed.)

In other words, a majority of NFL fans who turned off the NFL this year did so at least partly because of the player protests—but half were motivated by Trump’s outrage over the protests, while half wanted to support the protests or the player who first started them. There’s an irony there: although Trump did encourage people to boycott, players who protested were not trying to get fans to boycott the NFL.