Trump Target McCabe Out at FBI, Cleveland Indians Killing Chief Wahoo, Nobody Supports Nationalization of 5G Networks: P.M. Links

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    FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is out. While many expected him to retire this year, the abrupt timing of the announcement surprised many. The White House has denied that President Donald Trump's open dislike of the man (due to Democratic Party donations to his wife's failed campaign for the Virginia State Senate and the ongoing investigation of Russian collusion) played a role.

  • Will Trump try to push out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein next?
  • The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature—which many have deemed racist—from their uniforms starting next year.
  • The House Intelligence Committee could vote this evening to publicly release the GOP-written memo that alleges that the FBI abused its intelligence authorities to snoop on President Donald Trump's campaign. They may also vote on whether to release a different interpretation explained in a memo by House Democrats.
  • A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager said Clinton herself overruled a recommendation to fire a staffer accused of sexual harassment.
  • Nobody seems to be supporting that leaked national security proposal for the federal government to nationalize and seize control of America's 5G networks. All five commissioners from the Federal Communications Commission have given it the thumbs' down. The Republican chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee bluntly said, "We're not Venezuela—we don't need to have the government run everything as the only choice."

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190 responses to “Trump Target McCabe Out at FBI, Cleveland Indians Killing Chief Wahoo, Nobody Supports Nationalization of 5G Networks: P.M. Links

  1. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is out.

    He’s was the president’s favorite!

    1. Hello.

      In Trump’s America kids being picked last is NOT AN OPTION.

      1. Trump’s education overhaul will be called No Child Picked Last.

        1. The Olympics Gymnastics team health program was called No Child Behinds Left.

          What. Too soon?

          1. It’s never too soon.

              1. Too late to hope for my mercy for those jokes, at least. Death warrants all around!

        2. Wimps will be sent to ‘Learn to be a winner’ camp.

          1. I know a charming place in Texas that has recently become available. Fully equipped!

      2. Not even in the NBA All Star Game. Well, they CAN be picked last, but it can’t be televised.

  2. Will Trump try to push out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein next?

    Of Air Force One???

  3. The House Intelligence Committee could vote this evening to publicly release the GOP-written memo that alleges that the FBI abused its intelligence authorities to snoop on President Donald Trump’s campaign. They may also vote on whether to release a different interpretation explained in a memo by House Democrats.

    Same pants, same shit.

    1. Yeah, but one turd has corn in it and the other one has peanuts.

      1. Thankfully, neither of them is Palin’s Buttplug.

        1. The situation i described is what shreek refers to as a “salad,” however.

      2. The thing is, half the people will gladly eat the corny one, as they are, as they say, allergic to peanuts. The other half will eat the peanut one only because they have herd their opponents claim their allergy to it. When they all get sick, they will demand the most expensive and he least suitable medication to be paid for by the rich and blame them when they get even sicker.

      3. Corn nuts are the best. Reminds you of a snack time very well spent indeed.

    1. There’s a reason that the Founders limited voting to land-owning men…

    2. What, it’s going to be the first speech he’s given that’s not racist?

      1. No, that would be Davis.

        1. Davos.
          Stupid auto correct.

        2. You need to read between the lines.

          1. Reading between the lines and inserting your own racism is the way to find Trump’s supposed racism.

        3. The first nonracist speech he gave as President, of course, was his inaugural address. I didn’t like its neo-Hamiltonianism, of course, but it was objectively speaking quite a good speech. I don’t for the life of me get why Bush or anyone else thought it was “some weird shit” or anything. These aren’t “apolitical” or even inherently “uniting” speeches as a rule; people just seem to have made that shit up out of wholecloth.

          1. I thought it was unabashedly pro-american, myself.

          2. Hamilton was undoubtedly the worst of the founding fathers. Madison ftw.

    3. That’s the most mediocre looking bunch of NYU undergrads I’ve ever seen. Bunch of rich-ass hotties is what they are normally. I could’ve pulled better than that reporter.

  4. The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature…

    Senator Warren sighs relief.

  5. A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager said Clinton herself overruled a recommendation to fire a staffer accused of sexual harassment.

    It was a reflex action.

    1. STEVE SMITH COMMITS REFLEX ACTIONS REGULARLY.

      1. You might say, reflexively.

  6. Nobody seems to be supporting that leaked national security proposal for the federal government to nationalize and seize control of America’s 5G networks. All five commissioners from the Federal Communications Commission have given it the thumbs’ down. The Republican chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee bluntly said, “We’re not Venezuela?we don’t need to have the government run everything as the only choice.”

    A committee is where a thousand people go in thinking Option A is the best choice, come out having all voted for Option B, and still think Option A is the right choice.

    1. “We’re not Venezuela?we don’t need to have the government run everything as the only choice.”

      Jesus Christ, that may be the smartest thing an elected official has ever said.

      1. True. You can still choose between Kleenex and Charmin.

  7. A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager said Clinton herself overruled a recommendation to fire a staffer accused of sexual harassment.

    She wasn’t woke yet.

  8. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is out

    In related news, Putin called Trump a “cuck” for not poisoning him.

    1. Pay your bet asshole.

    2. You make Aziz Ansari doing standup look funny.

  9. They may also vote on whether to release a different interpretation explained in a memo by House Democrats.

    Alternate facts.

  10. The Republican chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee bluntly said, “We’re not Venezuela?we don’t need to have the government run everything as the only choice.”

    Sean Penn sheds a tear.

    1. …and sends an Italian to pick up his Oscar?

  11. Loving the alt-text BTW.

    Also loving the Colonel Sanders I got for lunch.

    1. Please keep your lunchtime sexual escapades to yourself. There is no more vile act than the Colonel Sanders.

      1. Oh yeah? What about the Hot Carl’s Jr.?

      2. Firstly, what about the Rusty Venture?

        Secondly, it wasn’t a sexual escapade, it was fried chicken.

        Thirdly, I thought you loved lunchtime sexual escapades.

        1. Now I know you’re not future me.

          You would have succeeded if not for the terrible taste in fast food.

          1. The fact that you bought the ruse for even a second is a testament to your gullibility and excellently explains why you keep voting Democrat.

          2. You’re a Chick fil A man, eh?

        2. Why else bother with lunchtime?

      3. Correction: There is no more vile act than Britches pseudo-Linques.
        With no Alt-Text, of course.

  12. The White House has denied that President Donald Trump’s open dislike of the man (due to Democratic Party donations to his wife’s failed campaign for the Virginia State Senate and the ongoing investigation of Russian collusion) played a role.

    He simply wanted to spend more time reaping presidential scorn with his family.

  13. The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature?which many have deemed racist?from their uniforms starting next year.

    If I could, I’d start a team called the Savages. The mascot would be a Comanche warrior.

    1. “A legion of horribles, hundreds in number, half naked or clad in costumes attic or biblical or wardrobed out of a fevered dream with the skins of animals and silk finery and pieces of uniform still tracked with the blood of prior owners, coats of slain dragoons, frogged and braided cavalry jackets, one in a stovepipe hat and one with an umbrella and one in white stockings and a bloodstained wedding veil and some in headgear or cranefeathers or rawhide helmets that bore the horns of bull or buffalo and one in a pigeontailed coat worn backwards and otherwise naked and one in the armor of a Spanish conquistador, the breastplate and pauldrons deeply dented with old blows of mace or sabre done in another country by men whose very bones were dust and many with their braids spliced up with the hair of other beasts until they trailed upon the ground and their horses’ ears and tails worked with bits of brightly colored cloth and one whose horse’s whole head was painted crimson red and all the horsemen’s faces gaudy and grotesque with daubings like a company of mounted clowns, death hilarious, all howling in a barbarous tongue and riding down upon them like a horde from a hell more horrible yet than the brimstone land of Christian reckoning, screeching and yammering and clothed in smoke like those vaporous beings in regions beyond right knowing where the eye wanders and the lip jerks and drools.

      Oh my god, said the sergeant.”

      1. In an odd coincidence, that is exactly the one paragraph of that novel that I found striking and memorable, and I still remember it after 25 years.

        1. Which SugarFree story is this from?

      2. Sounds like the spectators at any F/A Cup game.

    2. The jerseys and hats would fly off the shelf. #savage

    3. I’m fine with Redskins and Indians – they are not in the least bit pejorative to me.

      Hell, I live in Georgia where our minor league team was the Atlanta Crackers. I’m good with that too.

      1. You don’t live in Georgia, asswipe. You live at 1435 Euclid Street Apartment 2 in Northwest Washington D.C.

        1. Tard Wars, round 2! FIGHT!

          1. Tard Wars 2 – Retarded

            It’s so stupid it’s positively brilliant!

        2. I don’t know what’s worse/more hilarious: your weird, almost stalker-ish obsession with Dave Weigel, or your crackpot theories about his secret identities.

          1. Can it, Weigel – you’re not fooling anyone.

              1. Everyone knows that there are only five commentators: lc1789, DD, Tulpa, Weigel and Tony. If you don’t know which one you are, it’s because you’re Tulpa.

                1. I think there might be 6 or 7 actually.

                2. Everyone knows that there are only five commentators: lc1789, DD, Tulpa, Weigel and Tony.

                  What? HOW DARE YOU??? Yet more unprovoked aggression from Square = Circle!

        3. May I just add:

          Fuck you, Weigel, you Progtard Cockswoggler.

      2. I’d be more impressed if you’re not offended by the Des Moines Retards. They are, after all, your people.

    4. Offensive XFL Team Names/Mascots, GO!

      Minneapolis Quislings.

      Detroit Darkies.

      Arkansas Clintons

      Orlando Mayo

      Dallas Bag-O-Dicks

      Berkeley Bitches

      Portland Progtards

      San Juan Hurricanes

      Philthydelphia Phaggots

      Washington Weigels

  14. Will Trump try to push out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein next?

    Give it up, butt pirate. It’s all crashing down around your head.

    1. Mikey, LoveCons is already here to defend the Dotard today. You can go back outside with the other kids.

  15. The House Intelligence Committee could vote this evening to publicly release the GOP-written memo that alleges that the FBI abused its intelligence authorities to snoop on President Donald Trump’s campaign. They may also vote on whether to release a different interpretation explained in a memo by House Democrats.

    **Adds popcorn to grocery list.**

  16. A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager said Clinton herself overruled a recommendation to fire a staffer accused of sexual harassment.

    I’m not going to check, but I’m pretty sure her Twitter description says something about being a women’s advocate. I, respectfully, call b.s.

    1. She advocated that the woman shut up.

    2. She is exactly one woman?s advocate- and as they say, the advocate who defends themselves has a fool for a client. But they also say, good lawyers know the law, the best advocates know the judge.

  17. The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature?which many have deemed racist?from their uniforms starting next year.

    They’re going to go with the “C” on their hats, which of course stands for “cucks.”

  18. Funeral home offering pizza to people who pre-plan their funerals

    “Enjoy free pizza on us as we discuss how preplanning your funeral helps ease the emotional and financial burden for you and your family,” the ad reads.

    Capitalism is disgusting.

    1. But delicious.

      1. This sounds like something Gene Belcher would say.

      2. As long as it it not in Chicago …

    2. Do they serve deep dish in Wisconsin?

      1. No, just hot dish.

    3. TANSTAAFP!

      1. Give me pizza or give me death!

    4. Spoiler alert: The pizza delivery van and the hearse are the same vehicle.

      1. So you’re saying it is an opportune time to order the Extra Extra Large Quadruple Bacon Cheeseburger Deep Dish Pizza?

    5. Whaddya mean? The hospice here had this tiny oven, and would cook Otis Spunkmeyer cookies right out in front of our medical office as they handed out their promotional literature. It always seemed a bit predatory to recruit like that, but, uhmmmm … the cookies!

    6. Take it from someone who used to do newspaper obits, the whole death industry is a giant disgusting scam that preys on people at their weakest.

      I plan to have the cheapest possible body disposal, whatever that is.

      And then a full, live performance of Verdi’s Requiem at my memorial.

      1. Pizza toppings.

        That’s the cheapest disposal possible. Also one of the most delicious.

        1. I’ll take it only if I get a BOGO on my own expenses after the kuru sets in.

      2. Soon?

      3. Soylent Green is the best option. It’s cheap, too.

      4. “And then a full, live performance of Verdi’s Requiem at my memorial.”

        I’m sure both attendees will enjoy it.

    1. How was she to know that Woody Allen had…problems with women? It’s never been reported by anybody ever.

      Wonder if Hollywood still believes Polanski got screwed?

    2. Is one of the regrets doing full frontal in Holy Smoke with Harvey Kaitel?

  19. “We’re not Venezuela?we don’t need to have the government run everything as the only choice.”

    Pish posh. Everyone knows that nationalizing industry and adding endless bureaucracy is the only way to make it efficient. Why, history is replete with such examples in the affirmative.

    1. We’re not Venezuela. We don’t need to nationalize high tech, because the companies voluntarily give the NSA all the secret access they request.

  20. “We’re not Venezuela?we don’t need to have the government run everything as the only choice.”

    Does Venezuela need it?

    1. It’s just that other choices have gone Galt in Venezuela.

  21. The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature?which many have deemed racist?from their uniforms starting next year.

    I hope they end up with a red dot or four-armed elephant as their mascot.

    1. Maybe they can get a 7/11 sponsorship.

    2. It takes a whole year to remove an offensive logo? Did they let Weinstein make one last movie?

    3. This controversy has been going on since I was a boy; and I have always said they should simply replace the Chief’s feather with a Nehru cap. Problem solved.

      1. they have “The Top 10 Places to Regret Having Sex in Public”

        1. A nice one.

    1. #4 In A Public Bathroom

      Anywhere within New Jersey state lines counts for this one, right? I’m just going to check it off because I’m pretty sure all of New Jersey counts.

      1. New Jersey is such a shithole that sex there already counts as anal, too.

        1. The converse is also true.

    2. Church isn’t even on the list? Do these people even fucking love science?

    3. I’ve never had sex in a public bathroom, or in a dressing room.

    4. Surprised by no movie theater. Back when Natural Born Killers came out, me and my gf at the time were the only ones in the theater, so…

      1. Did you cut out a hole in the bottom of the popcorn bucket?

        1. Diner is one of the best ever. Millenials don’t know shit about guy movies.

      2. Sex to Natural Born Killers? I think if we were the only people there, I would demand they put on something either better, or sexier. Dumb and Dumber would fit either bill. . .

        1. It’s not like we were paying attention to the movie.

          1. Fair enough. You didn’t miss anything other than maybe Robert Downey, Jr’s worst performance in anything ever.

        2. Personally my vote is for Pink Flamingos. But you know how hard it is to sneak a chicken into the movie theater these days… No way am I paying concession stand prices.

  22. Trump’s gripes against McCabe included wife’s politics, Comey’s ride home

    Trump demanded to know why Comey was allowed to fly on an FBI plane after he had been fired, these people said. McCabe told the president he hadn’t been asked to authorize Comey’s flight, but if anyone had asked, he would have approved it, three people familiar with the call recounted to NBC News.

    The president was silent for a moment and then turned on McCabe, suggesting he ask his wife how it feels to be a loser ? an apparent reference to a failed campaign for state office in Virginia that McCabe’s wife made in 2015.

    McCabe replied, “OK, sir.” Trump then hung up the phone.

    A White House official, who would not speak on the record, disputed the account, saying, “this simply never happened. Any suggestion otherwise is pure fiction.” The FBI declined to comment on the call.

    The Deep State is full of losers.

    1. The Oval Office is occupied by an orange child.

      1. Awww, cute!

        1. Seriously for a moment. If the CEO of your company called up a subordinate and said “you should ask your wife how it feels to be a loser,” wouldn’t you wonder what was wrong with the CEO? It’s just bizarre behavior.

          1. CEOs behave this way all the time. Many of them are completely out of touch with normal human behavior, no doubt owing to being surrounded by yes-men and tending to be sociopaths.

            Which is one reason making government act more like business was a terrible idea.

            1. I’ve met and worked with a number of CEOs of major companies. I’ve certainly seen them be very demanding and unconcerned with their subordinates personal lives. I’ve never witnessed behavior anything like what Trump does.

              1. I once worked under a CEO who was like mini-Trump. Kind of uncanny. He was in the mid stages of dementia when he required, though.

                No doubt, Trump is in a class of his own.

                1. I should think you’ve worked under legions of men in your sordid past.

              2. You’re looking at the behavior of successful CEOs at successful companies. I’ve dealt with any number of CEOs of shaky, vaguely sleazy construction companies, and they act just like Trump more often than not.

                1. Good point. I shouldn’t expect him to act like a Fortune 500 CEO; he never was one and would have been a disaster.

                  1. I shouldn’t expect him to act like a Fortune 500 CEO; he never was one and would have been a disaster.

                    He reminds me very much of a small-time contractor I did some subcontracting for a few years back, who fancied himself as a sort of mafioso and would leave me drunken, vaguely threatening voicemails at 9am doing his best Mickey Rourke impression. He’s no longer in business.

                2. I’ve dealt with any number of CEOs of shaky, vaguely sleazy construction companies, and they act just like Trump more often than not.

                  Certainly construction/real estate has it’s share, but I certainly wouldn’t limit it to them. Think about all the wannabe Elon Musks out there and Silicon Valley has shown itself to be driven by Steve Jobs similar sorts of assholes. All the federal grants surrounding cold fusion, solar power, and embryonic stem cells. There have been and probably always will be eccentric/egomaniacal douchebags at the head of these companies telling people they’re curing cancer and powering the future.

                  1. There have been and probably always will be eccentric/egomaniacal douchebags at the head of these companies telling people they’re curing cancer and powering the future.

                    It does seem to go with the territory. Unfortunately, I’ve learned the lesson that a vaguely sociopathic douche-bag often makes a much better CEO than a considerate deliberator who’s concerned about being morally right. Because making decisions quickly and decisively is what is most needed in that position. Saying “that’s stupid, you’re going to get someone killed” is a VPs job.

                    1. Unfortunately, I’ve learned the lesson that a vaguely sociopathic douche-bag often makes a much better CEO than a considerate deliberator who’s concerned about being morally right. Because making decisions quickly and decisively is what is most needed in that position. Saying “that’s stupid, you’re going to get someone killed” is a VPs job.

                      Not at all disagreed.

                3. I concede that DT is kindof the white-trash of successful businessmen. But so far that’s been an advantage.

                  1. Not sure how it has been to his advantage. He ended up with the special prosecutor precisely because if his bizarre antics. Firing Comey was the stupidest possible move.

            2. Which is one reason making government act more like business was a terrible idea.

              I actually agree with you, but possibly not for the same reasons.

            3. “CEOs behave this way all the time.”
              Just keep making shit up. Anything, no matter how spurious, to convince yourself that anyone that doesn’t work for the government is pure shit.

              In my experience, dentists rape their patients while they’re unconscious all the time. In my experience, government employees love to fuck livestock. I knew one guy at the DMV who had a harem of goats. See how easy it is to come up with ‘arguments’ when you’re a brain-addled leftist?

  23. President Donald Trump’s frustrations with the Russia investigation boiled over on Air Force One last week when he learned that a top Justice Department official had warned against releasing a memo that could undercut the probe, according to four people with knowledge of the matter.

    Trump erupted in anger while traveling to Davos after learning that Associate Attorney General Stephen Boyd warned that it would be “extraordinarily reckless” to release a classified memo written by House Republican staffers. The memo outlines alleged misdeeds at the FBI and Justice Department related to the Russia investigation.

    For Trump, the letter was yet another example of the Justice Department undermining him and stymieing Republican efforts to expose what the president sees as the politically motivated agenda behind Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.

    Bllomberg

    1. Yet another Trump appointee undermining Trump. Why don’t these people understand the owe complete personal loyalty to him?

      1. It’s really too bad that all the people in on the plot to collude with Russia unwaveringly support both him and the plot to undermine US democracy.

        1. Your statement is sarcasm, right? You had me going for a second. Haha

  24. ICE is about to start tracking license plates across the US

    While it collects few photos itself, Vigilant Solutions has amassed a database of more than 2 billion license plate photos by ingesting data from partners like vehicle repossession agencies and other private groups. Vigilant also partners with local law enforcement agencies, often collecting even more data from camera-equipped police cars. The result is a massive vehicle-tracking network generating as many as 100 million sightings per month, each tagged with a date, time, and GPS coordinates of the sighting.

    ICE agents would be able to query that database in two ways. A historical search would turn up every place a given license plate has been spotted in the last five years, a detailed record of the target’s movements. That data could be used to find a given subject’s residence or even identify associates if a given car is regularly spotted in a specific parking lot.

    Hey, as long as Trump trolls the libs I am okay with everything else his administration does.

    1. If we don’t track license plates, the illegal immigrants have already won.

    2. See if they can use any of that fancy tech to track down a copy of the US constitution.

      1. Well, presumably, this will help them know which cars *not* to look in.

      2. Enumerated powers… let’s see who cries the loudest if we start paying attention to that one.

    3. Hey, as long as Trump trolls the libs I am okay with everything else his administration does.

      OK, I still seriously don’t get it.

      We aren’t complaining about the cost but it’s in the quote you copied as well as the contract itself; the collection, storage, organization, and use by LEOs are all already happening anyway. It seems like the only significant change is that ICE will have access to plate data directly rather than through some once removed government channel. It’s not like they were getting nothing but license plate numbers before and saying, “Aw shucks, now we’re never gonna find them!”

      I’m not saying I like the practice in general but this seems exceedingly late to the dance and/or nitpicky because ICE. Like, at best, ICE can’t use it but if you’re driving legal marijuana or not-yet-forfeited cash between state lines you can still be surveilled (and subsequently fucked) good and hard.

    4. Yeah, there was a weekend story on this at Reason. My favorite comment was the one from our resident alt-right shitposter who blamed libertarians for the government’s “need” to monitor license plates.

      1. our resident alt-right shitposter

        Right, yes, that one poster.

          1. It was Tulpa. So yes.

  25. Happy Birthday, Heather Graham. #48.

    You were the hottest of the them all for a while.

    I still want to dive-bomb you with my dick out.

    1. Well, there goes my appetite.

        1. Because she’s iron deficient.

  26. Your idiotic policies have consequences.

    Puget Sound’s homeless crisis pushes 911 beyond its design

    Gillian Murphy was driving to work on a chilly day last winter when bright red underwear caught her eye: a man lying face down, head downhill, pants down, in a homeless camp near the Interstate 90 and Interstate 5 interchange.

    “I’ll never forget that image,” she said.

    She called 911. The dispatcher, Murphy said, was clearly very annoyed. Murphy didn’t have an address, and it was hard for her to tell what street the encampment was on.

    1. “We’ve noticed you’re blocking ads.”

      Yup. Sure am.

      1. How are you going to get hard-hitting journalism if you block ads?

        1. hard-hitting journalism

          STOP PRESS

          Somebody said something on twitter!

  27. Axios reported Sunday that a National Security Council memo had floated the idea of nationalizing the 5G network being developed by the private sector in order to defend against China.

    Now that’s some serious net neutrality.

    1. Everyone gets the same speed because it takes the same amount of time to listen to everyones calls, read their texts, and log their web visits regardless of their plan.

  28. Wahoo gone next year? So it’s fine to be racist this year? Maybe they just have a big inventory of official racist merchandise at the team store.

    1. They’ll be producing and selling a ton of Chief WaHoo merch this year for sure. Then next you’ll have to buy Chief HooWa merchandise. Chief HooWa looks just like Chief WaHoo only more white and crying instead of smiling because he’s a victim, not a warrior. Plus Browns.

      1. “Chief HooHa”

        Heh.

        Cincinnati Reds?

        (once a month)

  29. Trump that Nazi is lowering taxes and he got the US out of the Accord de Paris, he won’t force you to buy some Obamacare – and he supports the 2nd amendment = total nazi !

    Did you see him endorse Introduces and Endorses “Slim Shady” Eminem at 2004 MTV Awards Show?

    A white rapper ? that’s racist.and he looks alt-right = tall slim guy with short nazi blonde hair – total nazi

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2HwCLm92ns

    And he brainwashing those kids – see he’s got them all worked up , they say Trump Trump Trump and then Slim Slim Slim like it’s some kind of chant you can’t get rid of … and the signs with E what’s E? Evil Nazi !!!

    1. Re: Rockabilly,

      Trump that Nazi

      Trump is many things ?an economic ignoramus, a person completely unaware of his own fallibility, a braggart, a blowhard, a lout, a philanderer, a pathological liar, a xenophobe, an apologist for racists, the kind of person who runs with the idea told to him by the last person who talked to him, someone who doesn’t seem to understand the difference between a shithole country and the people who live there, a person with a strange orange hue it would seem he drank too much Tang….

      … but a Nazi? Come on!

      1. At first I thought you were too stupid to understand simple sarcasm but I have to give you some benefit of the doubt and assume that your comment is actually sarcasm, too. Good Lord, I hope so.

  30. FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is out.

    The fix is IN.

    Will Trump try to push out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein next?

    I sure hope so, for who the hell wants to hang out with Rod?

    The Cleveland Indians are removing the Chief Wahoo caricature?which many have deemed racist.

    Many have too much time on their hands.

    A former Hillary Clinton campaign manager said Clinton herself overruled a recommendation to fire a staffer accused of sexual harassment.

    #MeToo, just as long as it is not him, too.

    Nobody seems to be supporting that leaked national security proposal for the federal government to nationalize and seize control of America’s 5G networks.

    Good ideas have many fathers, Bad ideas are orphans.

    1. “Good ideas have many fathers, Bad ideas are orphans”

      If only.

    1. But we’ve always had 100% transparency in government until that poopyhead showed up.

  31. McCabe did not step down – while still being paid until March – because of Trump’s complaints. Trump has been complaining about him for months. With two months to go to until retirement, why would he suddenly step down because of those complaints? Notice that everyone was surprised he stepped down. They did not expect him to step down just because of Trump’s complaints. There’s something else at work here that Scott did not mention. Lisa Page and Peter Strzok texted each other about their “insurance policy” in case Trump got elected and meeting with McCabe about it. McCabe’s connection to this anti-Trump faction in the FBI is likely in the memo that the Republicans are about to release. Rosenstein read about it in the memo and forced him out. Of course, no matter what McCabe did, he will probably get full retirement with no repercussions, just like Lois Lerner.

    1. Christopher Wray and others at DOJ read the memo last night. Wray and Rosenstein were caught on camera leaving the West Wing earlier today.

    2. McCabe got out as soon as he could retire. He even saved up his vacation to take terminal leave to get out as soon as possible.

      The jig is up at the FBI. There are clearly political factions that operate there and some of the FBI agents have gone too far. Comey was a political hack and when he got a taxpayer flight home that Trump questioned, McCabe backed up Comey. That makes McCabe one of those cops that toes the thin blue line.

      These corrupt FBI agents arrest and push to indict all sorts of Americans, sometimes even before there is clear evidence of guilt. Then when Americans demand them to be held accountable, the roaches scatter and seek retirement.

  32. One of the most interesting questions about American politics to me these days is whether Republican officeholders are just putting on a show for the Trump ree-ree base, or if they themselves are a member of that base and drink up whatever runny horseshit FOX News spews at them.

    1. The fact that you don’t know what is going on is very telling.

      Well, actually we knew you didn’t know what was going on so this confirms that.

    2. If only they could get a hold of the thick, nugety horse shit you gobble up by the cartload.

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