A round up of Trumpian events 🖕🍊🤡


#7263

Taken in isolation, this is technically true, but not in the way he means.


#7264

That’s a mouthful of yeti.


#7265

Enough of “discussing” the 25th!

Do it!

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(Rosenstein is sooo fired.)


#7266

Not sure where else to put this:


#7267

Yeah well, fuck him already.

Too little too late from sleazy Wandering-hands Joe.


#7268

Oh, now she’s appalled?


#7269

I think that’s way too coherent to have been emitted by Trump himself. Those are entire paragraphs without linguistic errors. I’ve never seen that from him before.


#7270

Still has weird capitalization, run on sentences, and weird comma splices.


#7271

OK, that’s true. Still fairly complex for him.

(My big monitor died, I’m running on my old CRT, and punctuation is too blurry to see. I shouldn’t have said anything.)


#7272

He needs to grovel more.


#7273


A really dick way to hide program cuts. He probably has a hit list that he’ll bleed every time he needs to find some money. Of course it can’t come from his tax breaks for the rich.


#7274

The scary thing is that we’ve got folks up here taking notes. Including that clown in Ontario.


#7275

Federal agencies are allowed to shift funds as long as they are not taking more than 1% from a given pot of money or increasing another pot of money more than 3%. Those types of requests must be sent to the relevant congressional subcommittees and approved by those committees’ chairmen.

A rubber stamp until January at the earliest. (And is that a hard rule, or a tradition? Trump will ignore the latter.)

I don’t know if Doug Ford even has to play games like that, without the same executive/legislative split. He’ll just wack any programs that he doesn’t like, then use Ford Math to proclaim it a huge savings, and yet without being a cut in services.


#7276

Coming up: statement by the Surgeon General that cancer research is unnecessary anyway as people can choose to not have cancer.


#7277

How is that conservative led boycott against Nike working out these days…

The stock continues to hover near an all-time high, which it reached in mid-September only weeks after some Nike customers publicly burned their shoes to express their displeasure at the new ad.

…oh, right. The only thing their collective hissy fit did is made the brand look more hip.

This is what the boardroom at Nike’s offices looked like after they realized they can buy a bunch of fancy new cars by using the Trumpster fire to their marketing advantage


#7278

#7279

:popcorn:


#7280

Could this be Avenatti’s new client?

After seeing Judge’s denial, Elizabeth Rasor, who met Judge at Catholic University and was in a relationship with him for about three years, said that she felt morally obligated to challenge his account that “ ‘no horseplay’ took place at Georgetown Prep with women.” Rasor stressed that “under normal circumstances, I wouldn’t reveal information that was told in confidence,” but, she said, “I can’t stand by and watch him lie.” In an interview with The New Yorker , she said, “Mark told me a very different story.” Rasor recalled that Judge had told her ashamedly of an incident that involved him and other boys taking turns having sex with a drunk woman. Rasor said that Judge seemed to regard it as fully consensual. She said that Judge did not name others involved in the incident, and she has no knowledge that Kavanaugh participated. But Rasor was disturbed by the story and noted that it undercut Judge’s protestations about the sexual innocence of Georgetown Prep.

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Good thing I bought more popping corn yesterday. :wink:


#7281

morePopcorn


#7282

You think I kid? :wink: