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Randy Rainbow is back!

NOW THIS: A "Glaring Double-Standard Which Is Nothing Short of Incredible"

https://twitter.com/i/status/1118228314257350657

"A new supercut video shows Fox News hosts slamming former President Barack Obama for the same actions that they either ignore or praise when it comes to President Donald Trump."

The only suggestion I would make is to change the background music. To something more appropriate, like "Yakety Sax" (The Benny Hill Show theme) for instance.

If you're unable to view the Twitter-link video, it's also available at Huffington Post.

Boomers! Remember this? Everyone else: check it out!



From the description by "Rhino" on YouTube:
You're watching the official music video for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Teach Your Children" written by Graham Nash. Originally released on the 1970 CSNY studio album "Deja Vu", "Teach Your Children" is featured on a 2018 Graham Nash career retrospective entitled "Over The Years..."

"I'm ____, and I approved this message."

A technician from the home security company I use was at my house today, and I heard his smart phone play an unusual tone: “I’m (cadet bone spurs) and I approved this message.” Apparently, someone just sent him a text message, and he’d programmed his phone to play that sound clip whenever a message is received. Very clever for a drumpf-humper!

Because I needed him to finish the installation, I decided that — since discretion is the better part of valor — I’d valiantly ignore it for the time being.

And after he left, it occurred to me: let’s fight fire with fire (instead of ire). Why don’t we program our phones to play a similar tone when a text message arrives?

So here’s my idea: in replies to this post, please include a link to your favorite Democratic candidate saying s/he approved “this message.” And then program your phone to play it with your incoming texts. The links should include a downloadable MP3 file which could be copied and converted to a tone playable on various devices.

Let’s show others that we’re just as clever as — and even more resourceful than — people who (blindly) follow the inevitable 2020 presidential opponent!
Posted by Fritz Walter | Thu Apr 4, 2019, 05:48 PM (3 replies)

Cruella DeVos, by Randy Rainbow

You certainly want to look into that:


Another classic!

Posted by Fritz Walter | Tue Apr 2, 2019, 10:43 AM (5 replies)

Randy's back... with the Mueller Blues!



Be sure to watch to the very last word!

Feeling nostalgic: Obama's best Comebacks and Rebuttal Moments, Vol.s 1, 2 and 3

Two years ago, liberalnarb posted one of these video clips here; THANK YOU FOR THAT. I hadn't seen it then, but this morning all three popped up on my YouTube feed.

It's well worth the time to watch all of them, although I must add a caution: Vol. 1 includes some exchanges between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama during their campaign lo these many years ago.

In contrast to what we're seeing and hearing from the illegitimate occupier of the Oval Office, these are most refreshing.

Enjoy!

Volume 1


Volume 2


Volume 3

Randy Rainbow: HE'S IN LOVE (and we're all gonna die!)



"Border Lies" by Randy Rainbow



"Great for distracting from your Russian ties,
More insulting than your skin tone..."

Prosecutors Subpoena Records from Trump's Scottish Golf Clubs

Source: Vanity Fair

Maryland prosecutors have subpoenaed a company owned by Donald Trump for records related to his Scottish golf courses, seeking information about the president’s possible violations of the emoluments clause of the Constitution. According to The Times of London, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh demanded the financial filings of DJT Holdings LLC—which owns the president’s Scotland resorts, as well as Trump International Hotel in Washington—as part of an investigation into whether profits from Trump’s D.C. hotel were “flowing to the president through his affiliated entities.”

Before taking office, Trump promised to distance himself from his web of business interests, putting sons Don Jr. and Eric in charge. But Trump Sr. has retained his financial ties to his company, and questions about how his presidency may have benefitted his pocketbook have cast a shadow over his administration, home to others —Scott Pruitt, Ryan Zinke— who’ve allegedly mined their public offices for personal gain. “We are confident that at the end of discovery we will be able to prove our case that President Trump is violating the Constitution’s emoluments clauses, America’s first anti-corruption laws,” Frosh told the Times.


Trump’s D.C. hotel has been the subject of particular scrutiny, as international officials and business leaders seemingly seek to curry favor with the president by frequenting it. But despite Frosh’s confidence, emoluments cases are rare, and challenging to prove. Potentially more worrisome for the president is the possibility that the Maryland subpoena could reveal the unknown source of DJT Holdings’s funding. In a congressional hearing last year, Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS—the research firm that hired Christopher Steele to assemble a dossier on Trump’s ties to Russia—intimated the company could be financially linked to foreign powers. “The Irish courses and the Scottish courses . . . don’t, on their face, show Russian involvement, but what they do show is enormous amounts of capital flowing into these projects from unknown sources,” he said. “It’s hundreds of millions of dollars. And these golf course are just, you know, they’re sinks. They don’t actually make any money.”

Read more: https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2019/02/trump-scottish-golf-clubs-subpoena-financial-records



We're not talking golf clubs as in irons versus woods versus putters here.
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