Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Russia Russia Russia

Russian-funded Facebook ads backed Stein, Sanders and Trump
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was the beneficiary of at least one of the Russian-bought political ads on Facebook that federal government officials suspect were intended to influence the 2016 election.
Other advertisements paid for by shadowy Russian buyers criticized Hillary Clinton and promoted Donald Trump. Some backed Bernie Sanders and his platform even after his presidential campaign had ended, according to a person with knowledge of the ads.

I enjoy hearing about how actors shouldn't express political opinions from people who voted for a TV reality show host. - John Fugelsang

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam Trump

Mark Cuban and Dallas Mavericks delivering supplies to Puerto Rico. Those damn athletes disrespecting America again. - Ryan Stiles

How Trump Treats Puerto Rico
The Trump administration on Tuesday denied a request to waive shipping restrictions to help get fuel and supplies to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, saying it would do nothing to address the island's main impediment to shipping, damaged ports.

Trump is denyin' assistance to Puerto Rico simply because their skin is brown. Trump will soon have Puerto Rico's blood on his tiny hands. - Tea pain

What? Trump Is Now Just Being An Out And Out Racist
President Trump’s Homeland Security Department will begin collecting social media information on all immigrants, including legal permanent residents and naturalized citizens

Republican Shenanigans

Hey Donald J. Trump you deleted your tweets about Luther Strange because you didn't want to be associated with a loser. Now you know how the United States of America feels. - Andy Borowitz

I woulda played football...but bone spurs.
The NFL Was On Trump's Bucket Hit List
President Donald Trump's war with the NFL is big news these days, but he's been waging battles with the league for decades—when he hasn't been trying to woo it...It was Trump's undying need to get into the NFL that drove the billionaire to buy his way into the upstart league in the '80s. But the big league wasn't a fan.
"They just saw him as this scumbag huckster," Pearlman told Newsweek. "He was this New York, fast-talking, kind of con-man."

Kneeling isn’t about “I hate this country.” It’s about “I love this country enough to know it can be and do better.” #TakeTheKnee - RuPaul Ryan


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Liberals In 1982 Are The Same As Today
A 1982 television special “I Love Liberty,” Robin Williams channeled the voice of the American flag. Created by writer Norman Lear and sponsored by the organization he founded, People for the American Way, the performance was aired to commemorate the 250th anniversary of George Washington's birthday.

Rock The Voter News

Paul Ryan urged Republicans to move on from health care to other Republican agenda items, like tax reform: “We may not be able to keep the poor from living longer, but we can still make them poorer." - Andy Borowitz

The New York Times Created Its Own Distorted News
This week Jill Abramson, the estimable former executive editor of The New York Times, whom I’ve always admired and never criticized, contended that I had been “stoking” the idea that the NYT had a vendetta against Hillary Clinton.
That is false.
What I have argued, repeatedly during the campaign and most recently nine days ago in an item about Hillary Clinton’s new book, is that the Times very badly erred in its wild over-coverage of the Clinton email “issue,” and that this distorted coverage was, in turn, one of many factors leading to Donald Trump’s elevation to the presidency.


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A new poll finds that a substantial number of Americans would leave their jobs, their homes, and even their families to assist the special counsel. - Andy Borowitz

Business/Tech News

And then the Pharisee said unto Jesus "Get a job, libtard - the poor are lazy & the Romans are the Job Creators." - John Fugelsang

Every Week There's Another Data Breach. This Week It's Sonic.
Sonic says there's been some “unusual activity” on credit cards used at some of its restaurants.
The fast food chain said in a statement that its credit card processor told them about the incident last week and that it's now “working to understand the nature and scope of this issue.” It did not disclose how many credit cards were potentially involved in the incident or when the incident took place.



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

I love the Fall and Prince.


1 comment:

  1. No justice. Prince, John L, George, Bowie & many more ALL gone, but the POS known as potus is still alive.