Thursday, June 11, 2020

Senate Armed Services Committee defies Trump on ditching Confederate names on military bases

Senate Armed Services Committee defies Trump on ditching Confederate names on military bases
The Republican-led Senate Armed Services Committee has reportedly defied President Donald Trump and has adopted a resolution to push for the renaming of American military bases that were named after Confederate generals.

Hey isn’t it great that it’s 2020 and we’re finally nipping this Confederacy thing in the bud? - John Fugelsang

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam Trump

No general ever had to apologize for hanging out with Obama, just saying. - Jeff Tiedrich

Cadet Bone Spurs Threatens Seattle
President Trump warned Wednesday night that he would take Seattle back from the “ugly Anarchists” protesting the police killing of George Floyd if the city and state leaders do not act. 

We should note, GEN Milley apologized at a graduation of the National Defense University. A school I went to.
The audience was senior government leaders - military Colonels and Captains, interagency executives - studying national security.
The exact right audience. - Mark Hertling

Republican Shenanigans

Trump Blasts Milley: “This Is Not the Military I Avoided Serving In” - Andy Borowitz

Racist NASCAR Driver Ends Career Over Confederate Flag Ban. Oh, OK.
NASCAR driver Ray Ciccarelli on Wednesday announced in a Facebook post that he will be giving up his racing career at the end of the current season after the racing league’s recent decision to ban Confederate flags at its events and properties.

Ray Ciccarelli is quitting NASCAR because they've banned the confederate flag. Or is it because..."With 32 races under his belt, 50-year-old Ray Ciccarelli has never won a NASCAR race." Well, we can see why he identified with the confederates - Elayne Boosler


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The day Trump leaves office will be one of the greatest days in American history. - Scott Dworkin

Rock The Voter News

Microsoft Delays Police Spying On Us
Microsoft President Brad Smith said Thursday that the company will not sell facial recognition software to law enforcement agencies in the U.S. until Congress sets national standards for its deployment — becoming the latest tech giant to set limits on its sales of the technology amid scrutiny over government surveillance at protests against the killing of George Floyd.

The bases being named after Confederate Civil War generals was the first instance in US History of government sanctioned participation trophies. - Ruben Gallego


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I never thought I would get a chance to go back in time to vote against the Confederacy, but ok. - Sen. Brian Schatz

Business/Tech News

Disney announced today that it's pulling all advertising from TucKKKer Carlson's program on Fox News. - Alex Cole

Way To Go, Buffalo!
The mayor of Buffalo, New York, on Wednesday ordered that a new police unit without military gear and trained in civil rights handle peaceful demonstrations after a riot unit was involved in the injury of a 75-year-old protester.

ME: wish i could eat in a restaurant again

RESTAURANTS: good news, we’re reopening! come on in!

ME: lol f-ck that - Miles Klee



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo
The Rare and Mysterious Grinning Monkey Orchids. They don't look like they are grinning to me.


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