Saturday, February 2, 2019

President Emoluments

To recognize "Black History Month," Trump played golf with Tiger Woods (at a Trump golf course and at taxpayer expense)!

President Trump has tried to use the presidency to enrich himself by promoting his businesses as extensions of his administration. That includes conducting government business at them, praising them in his official capacity, and even going so far as to offer exclusive perks to members of his clubs including access to government leaders, influence on government business, and in some cases, appointments to government positions.

Best known for being a "dishonest scumbag," the trumpster in the dumpster goes for a little "free advertising."

The Mueller investigation? Trump's team had over 100 contacts with Russian-linked officials, according to think tank analysis.

Oh! Don Jr.!

If Trump pardon's Don Jr. then Don Jr. will no longer be able to "take the 5th."

So, Trump spends a little taxpayer money - a little.

How much does AF1 travel to Trump Golf Courses really cost?

White supremacist terrorists killed more people in the US last year than any other extremist group.

So... what is the difference between Donald Trump and a catfish?

One is a low-life bottom-feeding scum sucker --- and the other one is a fish!

Friday, February 1, 2019

2019 SOTU

as reported by:

Ms. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, the First Lady of the United States and my fellow Americans:

Last year’s State of the Union address was hailed by many as the greatest presidential speech of all time. For some, that would be plenty. But not for me. Tonight’s beautiful speech is even more incredible and will set a new TV ratings record.

I’d like you to meet Franklin Waters, who one year ago was working at a small television station in Lincoln, Nebraska, as I delivered the 2018 State of the Union. He reached for his coffee mug just as I noted that our massive tax cuts provide tremendous relief for people like Franklin.

Unable to judge the distance to the mug while keeping a watchful eye on a dozen TV monitors, Franklin’s coffee spilled. With split-second bravery, he threw himself onto the video console, knowing that the scalding beverage would undoubtedly burn his skin.

Thanks to Franklin’s courage, the station remained on the air and the people of Lincoln did not miss a minute of my gorgeous speech. Tonight, Franklin Waters is seated with Melania; please stand and join me in acknowledging his service. (Applause)

While it is true that over the last 12 months we have failed to make progress on immigration, we will not give up. Young Max Schnitzel doesn’t give up either. As a second grade student in Largo, Florida, seven years ago, Max was told by teachers he would never grow big enough to play on the football team.

Undaunted, he followed our Executive Residence program of eating cheeseburgers, fries, soda and pie, in bed, round the clock. Today, 312-pound Max Schnitzel is a proud ninth grader. He hopes to play on the Largo football team if a uniform can be found to fit him.

Max is here tonight - a symbol of the American spirit and the Trump diet. Bravo, young man! (Applause)

Over the course of the last year, North Korea has built and tested more than two dozen nuclear missiles, each capable of reaching Cleveland. We will stand firm in our resolve against this menace.

I’d like to tell you about Ji-Man Hwang, a professional baseball player from Seoul, South Korea. Undeterred by the threat from the North, Hwang played second base for the Hanwha Eagles for two seasons. After hitting .247, he received a $50,000 signing bonus from the Seattle Mariners and will be playing this season for the Mariners’ Class A team, the AquaSox.

Ji-Man Hwang is in the gallery tonight. Although a foreigner, he embodies the American Dream. He stood up to the threat from the North, and he came here thanks to our new merit-based system that rewards those who have shown they can pay their own way without government assistance. Please salute him! (Applause)

I’d like to end on a personal note. That gorgeous, well-built blond sitting in front of Melania tonight is Stephanie Clifford, an old friend some of you might recognize by her stage name, Stormy Daniels. As you know, in 2016 my lawyers paid Stormy $130,000 in return for her silence regarding our extra-marital affair.

Stormy’s story reminds us that anyone can make it in America as long as they’re willing to wheel, deal and, if necessary, prostitute themselves. It’s what I’ve done. It’s what I’ve taught my children. And it’s what we’ll all do to make American great again.

Stormy and I will be signing commemorative tee-shirts as you leave the room tonight. And don’t forget to join us here next year at this same time for the biggest State of the Union yet. Our guests in the gallery will include Patriots star Tom Brady, the entire cast of “Fox & Friends,” and North Korean hero Dennis Rodman.

Drive safely, and goodnight!

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Roger Stone - developmentally disabled?


Before dawn, heavily-armed FBI agents rushed between Florida palm trees to confront their target.

The spectacle was ordered by Robert Mueller who has turned understatement into an art form.

Roger Stone was indicted on seven counts in Mueller’s probe into Russia interference in the 2016 US election.

The 66-year-old was one of the “ratfuckers” who engaged in dirty tricks on behalf of Richard Nixon when he was still a teenager. From there he mastered the dark art of ruthless campaigning, working for Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole and Donald Trump.

His attachment to Nixon is literally in the form of the disgraced former president’s grinning face tattooed on his back.

An arch conspiracy theorist, Stone embraced “fake news” before the term existed. His blurring of the lines between real and make-believe goes so far that it is hard to tell where the real Roger Stone ends and the fictitious Roger Stone begins.

In Mueller’s 23-page indictment is a text message sent by Stone to a person alleged to be his go-between with WikiLeaks. In it, Stone tries to persuade the intermediary to keep his mouth shut when facing investigators. “Stonewall it,” the text says. ‘Plead the fifth. Anything to save the plan … Richard Nixon.”

In further attempts allegedly to lean on the individual – dubbed “Person 2” in the indictment but presumed to be the radio host Randy Credico – Stone drew on a character from The Godfather: Part II. Do a “Frank Pentangeli” he exhorted.

The charges concentrate on Stone’s alleged lies about his actions concerning WikiLeaks and thousands of Democratic emails reportedly hacked by Russian agents during the 2016 election.

Collusion on steroids.

Round up the usual suspects.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019


Trump’s reaction to the Roger Stone indictment!

As Robert Mueller moves into Trump’s inner circle, there’s evidence of collusion everywhere, and it has everything to do with the president.

But is Trump's collusion a criminal conspiracy against America?

Stone was charged with obstruction of justice, lying to Congress, and witness tampering.

Stone had sought to downplay his connection to WikiLeaks, but the indictment portrays him as actively involved.

Most significantly, the indictment makes it clear Stone wasn’t just freelancing: He was working on behalf of the Trump campaign.

Furthermore, the indictment alleges “a senior Trump Campaign official was directed to contact” Stone to find out what other damaging information about Clinton might be coming.

But the criminal implications for those in the campaign remain nebulous.

Mueller could uncover evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russians, or the campaign’s numerous documented interactions with Russians were not criminal, but those interactions could be politically devastating for Trump in 2020.

In 2016, the Trump campaign, knowing that emails were stolen from an opponent by a hostile foreign power, did not alert the authorities or disavow that act but secretly accepted the help.

In a text message quoted in the indictment, Stone allegedly told a witness who was being asked to testify before Congress: “Stonewall it. Plead the fifth. Anything to save the plan. . . . Richard Nixon.” The reference to the 37th president, who was Stone’s political idol.

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Republicans worship Idols

Worshiping idols
what can you do?
Die on the toilet
at age 42.

From his youth...

to his death, the constipated Elvis was idolized. Elvis Presley, the “King of Rock ’n’ Roll,” died on the morning of 16 August 1977, apparently of a heart attack, at the age of 42. Presley died alone on the toilet in his 23-room mansion, Graceland. The cause of his death is unknown, and remains controversial to this day.

So goes it with Elvis wanna-bes.

If your music sucks, pick up a bible!

and take everyone down in flames.

Truth keeps strange bedfellows.

John Whiteside "Jack" Parsons was an American rocket engineer and Thelemite occultist. Parsons was one of the principal founders of both the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Aerojet Engineering Corporation. Loosely based on Parson's life, Rosemary's Baby revealed the Jack Parsons - L Ron Hubbard satanic workings. Rosemary's Baby comes across as slow to many viewers. 140 minutes is a long time. There also appears to be a lot of unnecessary details to the casual viewer.

The Skipper in Rosemary's Baby, for example, is a tip-of-the-cap to LRH. Actor Paul Denton portrays "the Skipper"

Lafayette Ronald Hubbard, referred to by his initials LRH, was an American author and the founder of the Church of Scientology (Co$). After establishing a minor career as a science fiction/fantasy writer, in 1950 he published Dianetics.

And LRH was idolized!

Best known for extracting Tomato Thetans... and Clams.

L Ron invented Scientology! But he, at least, avoided dying on the toilet. (He was IN the toilet) (pun)

Before the Moonies, there were moonies. All loonie moonies.

Therefore, no surprise here:

Tweets from the toilet
the Trump sends his cult
A nick-name added
(a stupid insult)
when he 'falls from grace,'
do not dispair
three hots and a cot
await Don Jr. there.