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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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Jim Jordan responds when Stephanopoulos asks if Trump's hush money payments "concern" him.

This Week
: "So, just to be clear, the president's involvement in those hush money payments doesn't concern you?"

"The president has had an amazing two years," Rep. Jim Jordan says, adding that Trump got a great reception in Ohio this past week (link: https://abcn.ws/2usiT4e) abcn.ws/2usiT4e


Leaked schedule for A.G. Barr review of Mueller report with Trump (could be fake, since I wrote it)

11 AM: Sock puppet re-enactment of the first half of page one

11:10 AM: Break for juice box and pop tarts

11:30 AM: Sock puppets finish re-enactment of page one

11:40 AM: Poop break

12:00 PM: The "Everyone who's indicted, take one step forward" game

12:10 PM: White House Staff gathers to applaud and laugh heartily as Trump dances around in a circle proclaiming "I'm not indicted, I'm not indicted, I'm not indicted, NO COLLUSION!"

12:30: Break for Juice Box, chocolate chip cookies, and belly rubs from Sean Hannity as he asks "Who's a good boy? Who's a good boy?"

12:45 PM: Poop break

1:00 PM: Trump phone call to Kim Jong Un, in which he asks "How do you say "NO COLLUSION" in Chinese?"

1:15 PM: Conference call with Tucker Carlson, Jeanine Pirro, David Duke, and Playboy's 2010 Playmate of the Year Hope Dworaczyk

1:30 PM: Sock puppet re-enactment of the first half of page two

1:40 PM: Two Quarter Pounders with Cheese, fries, Diet Coke, two fried apple pies

2:00 PM: Poop time


4:10 PM: Sock puppet re-enactment of the second half of page two

4:20 PM: KFC break

4:45 PM: Poop time


Devin Nunes is "gonna come after you" if you "defame" him on Twitter. Lawsuits every two weeks.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) promised that he would file more lawsuits to “come after” people who “defame” him and other politicians on Twitter.

Nunes made the remarks during an interview with Mark Levin, where he discussed his lawsuit against Twitter. It was pointed out by The Democratic Coalition, a left-leaning PAC, on Wednesday evening.

“Sorry you just don’t get to defame politicians and put it out on Twitter anymore,” the California lawmaker said. “I mean, you can do it. But I’m gonna come after you.”

During the interview, the California lawmaker promised to file more lawsuits in the coming weeks, likely what he was referring to when he said he could “come after” people. He said he expects suits to be filed “about every two weeks.”

“I’m going to go after all these fake news stories, and these social media giants—or the tech oligarchs as I call them—and I’m going to go after them. The only way I have to do it is through the courts,” he said.


Little Lindsey thinks TreyGhazi on the SCOTUS would be super. Just super.


During a keynote speech given at a fundraising dinner at Mar-a-Lago, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made a pitch for President Donald Trump to put former House Oversight Committee chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) on the Supreme Court when the next seat opens up.

During a speech where Graham also vowed to open another investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — as the crowd cheered “Lock her up” — Graham singled out Gowdy who was also in attendance at the gala and had been seen talking to the president.

Politico reports Graham “gave a shout-out to Gowdy, who represented Graham’s state of South Carolina in the House until earlier this year. When Graham jokingly asked the crowd whether they wanted to see Gowdy on the Supreme Court, the guests applauded.”

Graham also joked about Trump’s decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, telling the laughing crowd, “There will be a Trump hotel there in 10 years.”

The comments section of Devin Nunes' tweets has gone full bovine. That boy effed up.

Go here:

...and take a look at the replies.

Fresno County GOP cancels Nunes "honorary dinner."

The Fresno Bee newspaper, known for their own public feuds with Nunes, reported that the county’s Republican party canceled the Lincoln Reagan dinner scheduled for April that would have featured the California congressman as its keynote speaker.

Organizers confirmed to the Bee that they are trying to reschedule the event that would also have honored Rep. David Valadao and former state Sen. Andy Vidak (both of whom lost re-election bids last year).

Twitter users — including Andy Lassner, an executive producer for The Ellen Show — tweeted about the event, joking that it would be funny if people bought tickets and showed up to the event to “moo” at Nunes.

“I’m not saying it would be hilarious if folks in Fresno showed up to this event just to moo,” Lassner tweeted. “I’m not saying that at all.”


CONFIRMED: No more Mueller indictments

Just now on MSNBC. Confirmed by the Justice Department.

Reporters in Florida "told to stick around till 7:30."

Just now on Chuck Todd's show.

So Trump may make a statement, or he may not.

My guess is that if he does, you can engage in your "no collusion" take-a-shot drinking game, if you wish.

Rick Wilson tweet: "There's a rumor something is about to break...don't get ahead of yourself..."

Video of him on set at Nicolle Wallace's show, saying he may or may not be on because they are standing by for something big, but to his credit adds "Don't get ahead of yourself."


Lindsey Graham's approval among Republicans up by 23% since joining the Trump Human Centipede.

Poll answers the ‘What happened to Lindsey Graham?’ question

There’s no shortage of speculation as to what caused Graham’s metamorphosis, and as we recently discussed, there are even occasional conspiracy theories about Trump having something damaging on the senator, which the president uses to extort Graham into compliance.

The truth is simpler.

Regarding U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, his approval rating among Republicans has continued to rise, it now stands at 74% in the Winthrop Poll. Only 25% of Democrats polled support Graham.

“Graham’s approval has benefited from his defense of, and alignment with, President Trump. While Graham’s numbers used to lag those of other Republicans among GOP identifiers, since he has taken up the President’s banner on most every issue, his approval among Republicans in South Carolina has steadily risen,” [Dr. Scott Huffmon, Winthrop poll director] said.

A year ago, Graham’s approval among South Carolina Republicans was 51%, and there was a very real chance the senator would face a primary rival ahead of his 2020 re-election bid.

Today, his approval among South Carolina Republicans is 74% – and the chatter about a primary challenge has disappeared.

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