Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs Calls Kanye West an Uncle Tom.

Charles didn’t say it specifically, but his message is unmistakably loud and clear:

“Get back on the plantation, boy.”

What a two-faced hypocritical racist a-hole. Put on your white hood and update your selfie. Show us your Klan face. Charles, you’re a mess.

137 Comments on “Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs Calls Kanye West an Uncle Tom.”

  1. Bunk X says:

  2. rightymouse says:

    Charles’ Plantation…

  3. Octopus says:

    Yer a bum! 😆

  4. Octopus says:

    Worse than Hitler!!!

    • rightymouse says:

      I don’t ‘get’ it. We lived through Obama for 8 years and put up with his crap & his lousy Administration. Trump is elected POTUS instead of Hillary & the Left loses its collective mind. The American people didn’t want her. What part of that DON’T they understand? Popular vote numbers from heavily populated Dem states like New York & California are meaningless because of the Electoral College. Trump won fair & square! But the Left continues in their hysterical meltdown. It’s truly pathetic.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s kind of embarrassing for the country, when you think about it. This many of our citizens are whiny little bitches, throwing a tantrum over an election? After having things their way for 8 years in a row, and nearly destroying the country?

        The rest of us need to stay strong. Trump-strong. 😆

        • Bunk X says:

          The balance of power between the judicial, legislative and executive branches is being systematically destroyed. A two-legged stool won’t stand.

          • Octopus says:

            Not to mention, the Fourth Estate is a hopeless mob of libturds, with very few exceptions.

        • Anat T. says:

          I think you will find that this happens everywhere in the West, including Europe and my own country of Israel. Each time a conservative party wins elections, the Left considers it illegitimate and resorts to propaganda war and judicial persecution. The same goes for Brexit, only in this case the division exceeds party lines.

  5. rightymouse says:

    Gussy needs some ditchweed & booze! Stat!!

  6. Abu says:

    Lots worse could happen to hip hop than Ted’s screaming blues licks.
    I mean, the brothas would be gravitatin’ to Wang Dang Sweet Poontang.

  7. Bunk X says:

  8. Octopus says:

    After a long day of righteously attacking Trump, conservatives and other deplorables, Gus settled down with his Sterno/ditchweed cocktail and got back to slagging the Left, which always happens as his medicine kicks in these days. It’s a remarkable rebound-effect. 😆

    Oh shit.
    1 hour ago
    1 hour ago
    Bomb them all.
    1 hour ago
    Your religion is stupid.
    1 hour ago
    I can’t think of one billionaire that isn’t an asshole.
    1 hour ago
    Billionaires are dicks.
    1 hour ago
    I think Yemen and Saudi Arabia needs a Neutron Bomb. Let that so called God sort them out. I kid. Maybe.
    1 hour ago
    I’m watching you leftists. Don’t think because the stupid right-wing is fucked up I’m not seeing your major deficiencies.
    1 hour ago
    I can’t believe cops were bad in Puerto Rico but I support terrorism for Puerto Rico’s independence. Whatever.
    1 hour ago
    So yeah go back to celebrating terrorism for Puerto Rico’s independence.
    1 hour ago

  9. Octopus says:

    Don’t follow Chunky’s self-serving, e-begging link to this happy song. Just listen to it. 🙂

  10. Octopus says:

    The Tesla Scam is tied closely to the AGW Boondoggle, a billions-wasted piece of a trillions-wasted colossal pyramid scheme. The sparky cars, the solar panels, the giant windmills that will never earn back the cost to install them, much less take over the power needs of this great industrial age, are all going to be looked at by future historians as relics of an insane, hysterical age of nimrods.

    Read up on the Tulip Mania, if you don’t know it. Quite a chapter, but dwarfed in ridiculousity by the AGW stuff and nonsense.

  11. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Just more evidence Comey used the FBI as his own personal toilet paper. I really feel proud of America that this scumbag gave his pal FBI clearance for his own personal vendettas.

  12. Octopus says:

    You didn’t do acid. You’re way too much of a control freak and Paranoid Floyd, to indulge in that kind of chemical exploration.

    I think you watched “The Simpsons” acid trip, and co-opted it into your own personal memory file, substituting yourself for Homer.

  13. Octopus says:

    Normally, I hate jazz. But I love this!

  14. Octopus says:

    So Giuliani’s deranged, too? Is that the same as unhinged? Because everybody’s insane, except you and Shrillary. 😆

  15. Octopus says:

    Btw, Fatass Who Hasn’t Been Laid In This Century, Trump’s boning of a pornstar and subsequent hush-money are not exactly Truthbombs that will blow him out of the water. We all know he’s had an interesting sex-life, with his three wives, innumerable affairs and what have you. We consider that a feature, not a problem. It’s not like he’s one of your sanctimonious gasbag-politicians swearing on a stack of Bibles he has never done anything wrong, and then weeping copious tears when he gets caught, like Slick Willie.

    The Left is jumping up and down, hootin’ and hollerin’ (always liked that expression) about how, “Dagnabbit, we got him this time!” No, you dim-bulb snowflakes. You didn’t get anything but another couple of weeks of birdcage-liner for your MSM-bullshit machine. Voters care about results, and Trump is getting results. You have to pucker up and suck on that. 😆

  16. Octopus says:

    Sounds like Google is the perfect company for graduates of Evergreen State.

    Insanity reigns supreme on the Left, while Chunky rants and raves about “unhinged” conservatives. It’s a funny feature of the post-ironic world. 😆

    • OLT's Ring Given Freely says:

      “Indeed, Trump’s entire political career is based on stoking grievances and indulging the tribal impulse to think the worst of those outside the tribe.”


      He’s an opportunist of the first water.

      He’s also been insanely effective, especially compared to President Lightworker.

      One of his most effective tactics has been sauce for the goose. That’s not “tribal”, that’s REVENGE on unfair tactics (Americans care about “fairness” even if we cannot define it) and squishy lying political hacks that are all for you everywhere except in Congress or wherever they were elected. Trump’s supporters and lukewarm critics are cheering every LibDemProg eyepoke, every media schoolyard temper tantrum, and every ‘splody-headed “Republican” pseudoconservative meltdown. These groups have been trying to feed the country shit and call it pudding for years, and now OUR bigger bully is rubbing their noses in the dirt.

      We’re loving it as we watch them protest and squirm.

      Yeah, he’ll probably give us a wedgie and steal out lunch money a few times.

      Yeah, the school may burn down once we all lose our cool. (Mueller keeps lighting matches)

      At this point, what difference does it make?

      /”insanely” used purposefully

  17. ISTE says:

    I survived, and so did Natasha…

    • rightymouse says:

      The look on Natasha’s face says it all. 😆

      • ISTE says:

        Actually there is a deep and relevant reason for that post.

        I am alone in the building two days a week.

        Ir I fuck up, get injured when alone then chances are I am going to be dead.

        I am not stupid… some things I do not do at work when I am the only one in the building.

  18. rightymouse says:

    Lardass will whine & sputter, but Black & Hispanic unemployment rates hit record lows in April.

  19. Octopus says:

    Trump: “Hey, how about that plate-tectonics going on over there? Pretty damn impressive.”

  20. Octopus says:

    INCELS ‘R’ US!

  21. rightymouse says:

    Lisa Page of FBI fame has resigned. Good!

  22. Dezez157 says:

    For someone with zero self awareness, Chuck sure does project his own pathetic life with remarkable accuracy.

  23. Bunk X says:

    Ahoy ahoy. I love this.

  24. Pakimon says:

    It’s “Cinco de Mayo” and I’m getting ready for a day of cultural appropriation!

    I’ve got my sombrero, poncho and Mexican wrestler t-shirt ready to go.

    I’ve also got a 12 pack of “The beers of Mexico” to wash down all the tacos and burritos with which I’ll be stuffing my face while watching Man on Fire followed by Treasure of the Sierra Madre.

    I might throw a couple of margaritas into the mix as well.

    If any social justice snowflake has a problem with it, I’ll just tell the sniveling gringo or gringa that I’m a Mexican Federale and if they want to see my badge… well… 😀

  25. rightymouse says:

    No words! 😯

  26. rightymouse says:

    Michael Moore is a douche-bag moron.

    • Octopus says:

      Not to mention, he’s a greedy pig who has done everything possible to maximize profits from his dishonest, scurrilous movies and lectures. Treats his employees like dirt. Just a perfect example of the Modern Lefty.

      • rightymouse says:

        This response was perfect!

        • Octopus says:

          Garry Kasparov had a nice answer, too.

  27. Octopus says:

    I am only a leetle dronk, thanks to having a sudden interpretation of the Sinko Festivus. Our puppy got sick and started throwing up, and us grandparents had to rush him to Urgent Puppy Care, lest he puke and die while his mother, our daughter, had entrusted him to our care. Of course, he’s fine. Just had a rough week, between having his ‘nads removed, all the medicine, and…ISN’T THAT ENOUGH?! THE LONG ONES CUT MY BALLS OFF!! 😯

    Henry is sleeping peacefully in his crate now, George is hogging the bed, and all is right in the world.

    • rightymouse says:

      A crate? Is he being potty-trained or something? Poor little thing. 😦

      • Octopus says:

        He is taking slowly to house-training. For him, as for Gus, the world is his toilet. 😆

        I understand Dachshunds are notoriously difficult to house-train.

        • rightymouse says:

          We’re taking care of son’s dog while he’s on the road. She’s part Rottweiler and is adorable until a stranger shows up at the door & even becomes aggressive with family members. She just had her first session today with the dog trainer. Worked ot very well! 🙂

  28. Octopus says:

    Just in case anyone needed another reason to despise the Oprah-created blowhard known as “Dr. Phil,” this is that reason:

    • rightymouse says:

      Dems are scared to death of losing their grip on POC. They know there are consequences at the ballot box.

  29. Octopus says:

    The whole world of nature, of which Man is but a part, is illustrated in this accidental photo.

    In second place, the “Deep-Fried Fish-Lobster-Turducken.”

  30. rightymouse says:

    What does this make you, Mr. Perpetually Broke and tweeting all day? A genius? LOLOLOL!

  31. rightymouse says:

    Y’all are WAY too quiet here! Here’s something to perk you up!

    • Octopus says:

      That is one hellacious body. Does she need help finding the lunch meat?

      • rightymouse says:

        She’s in the cooky/cracker aisle looking for roast beef. Yes, she needs help.

        • Abu says:

          I disagree. If you look to her right you’ll see she’s still in the bread/crackers aisle. I agree she may need Octo’ assistance finding the meat.
          / teed it up for ya big fella

  32. Dezez157 says:

    Another day and another prediction from a guy that cant predict the next sunrise, Keep that streak going Chuck.

    • Octopus says:

      Fatass is still perseverating about Trump being impeached. “We got him this time!” 😆

      Hint: No. You. Don’t. Nobody cares if he porked a porn star or Playmate, and paid them to keep quiet.

      • Dezez157 says:

        And Chuck is still fixated on trumps pecker.

        • Abu says:

          I don’t expect Chunk’s fixation with the president’s penis penis penis lol to subside.

          • Octopus says:

            It’s telling that Chunky’s whole “argument” against Trump has come down to insisting he has a small weiner. 😆

  33. Octopus says:

    Stupid, boring hippie song about Gaia’s Revenge. 😆

  34. Octopus says:

    Keep humpin’ that chicken, Dhimmis! 😆


    Democrats facing storm clouds on the horizon in effort to bring down Donald Trump

    By Wayne Allyn Root Review-Journal
    May 5, 2018 – 9:00 pm

    Poor, poor liberal snowflakes. You’ve overplayed your hand, and you are losing — badly. It’s embarrassing. Could they really be this delusional and out of touch?

    The more they talk about Stormy, the more they turn off Americans.

    Want to watch liberals lose their minds? Report to them that Donald Trump is about to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Then explain how Trump has actually earned that prize — as opposed to Barack Obama, who got his Nobel for achieving exactly nothing.

    Isn’t that a hoot?

    The good news keeps coming for Trump. The economy is booming. Not only should Trump win a Nobel Peace Prize for bringing South and North Korea together, he should be up for the Nobel prize for economics, too. Has any world leader in history earned both in the same year?

    We found out on Friday that the U.S. unemployment rate fell below 4 percent — the lowest since 2000.

    ADP also reported that, in April, U.S. private companies added more than 200,000 jobs for the fifth month in a row. Demand for labor remains solid across every industry.

    Obama bragged nonstop about quantity — never mentioning that his job growth consisted mostly of crappy, low-wage, part-time jobs that required food stamps to survive. Trump’s new jobs are great jobs. Manufacturing, mining and professional service jobs led the way in the April report. Over the past 12 months, manufacturing has added 245,000 high-wage jobs.

    Incidentally, the black unemployment rate fell again — to the lowest in history. And the gap between white and black unemployment narrowed. It turns out Kanye West is a man of wisdom. Donald Trump is far better for the black community than Obama ever was.

    The Democrats’ response? Bring up Stormy the porn star. It’s all liberals want to talk about. CNN and MSNBC have given Stormy wall-to-wall coverage for the past 60 days.

    The result? Trump and the GOP are exploding in the polls. Blue wave in November? Not anymore. This obsession with Stormy is a disaster for Dems.

    As of Friday, Trump was at a robust 51 percent approval at Rasmussen. That’s far above where Trump was on the day he was elected. It’s also far above Obama at the same point of his presidency.

    Another poll shows Trump’s evangelical Christian support at the highest point in history. So much for “the Stormy effect.”

    Still another poll shows black male support for Trump has doubled from 11 percent to 22 percent since West announced his support for Trump.

    Still another poll shows Democrats have lost 9 points with millennials since the election. Millennials believe the GOP is better for the economy. This is an electoral earthquake.

    A new Morning Consult poll shows Republicans winning everything in the U.S. Senate. A nine-seat sweep is within reach. Five incumbent Democrat senators are losing by 5 points or more. Four other incumbent Democrat senators are statistically tied. “The Stormy effect” is bringing down the entire Democratic Party.

    And then there are CNN’s ratings. All that “Stormy,” and the network is dying. CNN’s highest-rated show came in a humiliating 24th for April. Its morning show is the lowest-rated show in all of cable news. Dead last.

    Guy Cecil, the head of one of the most powerful liberal super PACs, said last week, “Democrats need to put a whole new set of issues in front of people. … I don’t think Stormy Daniels is going to produce one additional vote in almost any race that we run in 2018.”

    So here’s my message to Democrats. Please, please keep talking about Stormy. Ignore jobs. Ignore the economy. Ignore the tragedy of Obamacare. Ignore illegal immigration. Make it all about Stormy, 24/7. I dare you. I double dare you.

  35. Octopus says:


    One of the twits actually said that. 😆

  36. rightymouse says:

    McCain thinks he should have picked Lieberman instead of Palin for VP. Oy! He would have lost by larger numbers.

    • Abu says:

      McCain sucks. I wanted that on record before he dies and liberals wrongly tell me I can’t speak Ill of teh dead. I already speak Ill of Hitler, Stalin, and Ted Kennedy.
      / gonna try to tweek “Abraham, Martin, and John”

    • Bunk X says:

      He lost by large numbers because he didn’t support Palin.

      • Octopus says:

        He was a horrible candidate. Never stood a chance against the Unicorn Messiah. His only possible course would have been to stand by Palin and fight like hell, but he rolled over like he was visiting his favorite Korean massage parlor, and was ready for Happy Ending.

  37. Octopus says:

    Four years ago, comedian Hannibal Buress did this bit, which was recorded on a cellphone and then uploaded to Youtube, going viral and leading to the explosion of female accusers that finally ended up with Cosby being convicted of rape. Camille Cosby then called the verdict “mob justice,” which brought a storm of abuse from twitter warriors, saying things like, “Yeah, because he drugged and raped a whole mob of women.” Still can’t believe this happened, but it did.

  38. Octopus says:

    Yesterday was Bob Seger’s birthday, as he turned 73. I first started listening to him as a youngster, long before his late-70’s worldwide fame, when he had several big local hits including “Rambling Gambling Man,” “Heavy Music,” “2+2” (best war-protest song ever), and this one, which still rocks like a sumbitch. Happy Belated Birthday, Bob!

    • Octopus says:

      Seger was just out of high school when he wrote this song. It was a bad war, probably not worth fighting at all, which we ended up losing for various reasons.

      • Bunk X says:

        Being forced to walk away doesn’t count as losing. Or maybe it does.

        • Octopus says:

          We could have burnt that country from one end to the other, killed another couple million Vietnamese, and still would have had to leave a huge occupation force there for decades. We lost the hearts and minds battle, both there and at home. Some say it was still worthwhile, because we slowed the march of communism. I could argue both sides of that one, but not this early in the am.

  39. Octopus says:

    Boy, did Gus go off on the Idiot Left last night! 😆

  40. Octopus says:

    Rob Schneider nails it on why SNL sucks so ferociously. This is nothing new, btw. They’ve been viciously partisan since the days of Gerald Ford, through Reagan, the Bushes, and now Trump. They make very gentle fun of Democrats, and bring out the usual Leftist-memes (stupid, crazy, evil, clumsy, etc.) for every Republican character.

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      And they have some really funny, talented comedians that continue to have to give up time to the hate-filled Baldwin and people like a bimbo porn star doing a hackneyed over-used phone double screen non-skit. I still wonder what happened to MadTV. Much funnier and wittier without having to pretend insults are jokes.

  41. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Oh for crying out loud. McCain’s is almost the definition of a RINO. He doesn’t want Trump there. But he wants OBUNGLE!!! to give the eulogy. Is there any doubt now he threw the ’08 election so his favorite candidate could get the win instead? When he was in Cincinnati during that race our own Bill Cunningham called Obungle “Hussein” (his actual middle name). McCain came out on stage in front of a red meat craving crowd of his supporters and chastised his host who was stunned BTW. Instead of the fearless devil-may-care “maverick” suddenly he’s cold fish superior statesman – read LOSER. He came off like Elmer Fudd “I’m thawy, I have to ebuhdee-ebuhdee-ebuhdee wepudiate that” Everyone knew he was a loser right then and willingly so. He wanted Obungle to be preezydunce.

    You could tell he was phoning it in. Trashing his running mate (the one with the balls) and never speaking of Obungle’s communist roots, radical ties and other obfuscations and just plain weirdness like know one knowing him at Columbia, plus no transcripts. Producing nothing as editor of Harvard Law Review and producing no legislation in the Senate.

    • Octopus says:

      What he said. 😆

      McCain’s past as a bona fide corruptocrat was mostly buried and/or forgotten by 2008, but it was a nasty episode. Dwarfed by Clintonian corruption heroics, but very ugly for its time. Here’s a rundown from a contemporary account:

      McCain: The Most Reprehensible of the Keating Five
      TOM FITZPATRICK | NOVEMBER 29, 1989 | 4:00AM

      You’re John McCain, a fallen hero who wanted to become president so desperately that you sold yourself to Charlie Keating, the wealthy con man who bears such an incredible resemblance to The Joker.

      Obviously, Keating thought you could make it to the White House, too.
      He poured $112,000 into your political campaigns. He became your friend. He threw fund raisers in your honor. He even made a sweet shopping-center investment deal for your wife, Cindy. Your father-in-law, Jim Hensley, was cut in on the deal, too.

      Nothing was too good for you. Why not? Keating saw you as a prime investment that would pay off in the future.

      So he flew you and your family around the country in his private jets. Time after time, he put you up for serene, private vacations at his vast, palatial spa in the Bahamas. All of this was so grand. You were protected from what Thomas Hardy refers to as “the madding crowd.” It was almost as though you were already staying at a presidential retreat.

      Like the old song, that now seems “Long ago and far away.”

      Since Keating’s collapse, you find yourself doing obscene things to save yourself from the Senate Ethics Committee’s investigation. As a matter of course, you engage in backbiting behavior that will turn you into an outcast in the Senate if you do survive.

      They say that if you put five lobsters into a pot and give them a chance to escape, none will be able to do so before you light the fire. Each time a lobster tries to climb over the top, his fellow lobsters will pull him back down. It is the way of lobsters and threatened United States senators.

      And, of course, that’s the way it is with the Keating Five. You are all battling to save your own hides. So you, McCain, leak to reporters about who did Keating’s bidding in pressuring federal regulators to change the rules for Lincoln Savings and Loan.

      When the reporters fail to print your tips quickly enough–as in the case of your tip on Michigan Senator Donald Riegle–you call them back and remind them how important it is to get that information in the newspapers.

      The story of “the Keating Five” has become a scandal rivaling Teapot Dome and Watergate. The outcome will be decided, not in a courtroom, but probably on national television.

      Those who survive will be the sociopaths who can tell a lie with the most sincere, straight face. You are especially adept at this.

      Last Friday night, on The John McLaughlin Show, which features well-known Washington journalists, the subject of the Keating Five was discussed. Panelist Jack Germond suggested that three of the Keating Five were probably already through in politics.

      So you spend your days desperately trying to make sure you will be one of the survivors. You keep volunteering to go on radio and television stations to protest your innocence. Last week you made ABC’s Nightline.

      Not long before that you somehow managed to get James Kilpatrick, the national columnist, to write a favorable paragraph about you. Last Sunday morning, you made it to national television again; this time on ABC’s This Week With David Brinkley. You smiled at the panel with your usual studied insouciance. Sitting next to you was Senator John Glenn of Ohio.

      Brinkley, Sam Donaldson, and George Will were the interrogators.
      It was a sobering scene. There you sat with Glenn, both sweating before the cameras, waiting to answer questions: two badly tarnished American icons.

      No one forgets that Glenn was the first American astronaut to orbit the Earth. You won’t let anyone forget that you were a prisoner of war. But you have played that tune too long. By now your constant reminders about your war record make you seem like a modern version of Arthur Miller’s tragic failure Willy Loman.

      Clearly, both you and Glenn sold your fame for Charles Keating’s money.

      It was a Faustian bargain. It was also a bad joke on the rest of us and a disaster for many old people who lost their life’s savings to Keating.

      The money was never really Keating’s to give. But he never would have got his hands on it if you and the rest of the Keating Five didn’t halt the government takeover for two long years while Keating’s people continued their looting.

      And now, the tab for the Savings and Loan heist must be paid from taxpayer pockets.

      On Sunday, Senators Dennis DeConcini, Alan Cranston, and Riegle refused offers to appear on the Brinkley show. What must we make of that?

      You, the closest of them to Keating and the deepest in his debt, have chosen the path of the hard sell. You may even make it out of the pot, but to many, your protestations of innocence taste like gall.

      You are determined to bluff your way. You will stick to your story that you were acting to help a constituent and intended to do nothing improper. The very fact you attended the meeting makes you guilty, just as every man who entered the Brinks vault went to prison.

      You insist that an accounting firm Keating hired told you Lincoln was sound. Alan Greenspan, who Keating also hired, wrote a report saying it was sound. Why shouldn’t you believe the people Keating hired? You were, after all, fellow employees.

      Perhaps you might silence your own conscience about all this someday.

      Just keep telling everyone that it was your wife’s money invested in that shopping center with Keating and that you knew nothing about it.

      Keep saying that cynical newspaper people don’t understand that every move you make has always been for the enrichment of Arizona . . . the education of our Native Americans on the reservations . . . for the love of the elderly in Sun City and Green Valley.

      Keep telling them that it wasn’t that you were bought off but that Charlie Keating got special help only because he was one of the biggest employers in the state.

      Just keep sitting there and staring into the camera and denying that Keating bought you for money and jet plane trips and vacations.

      So what if he gave you $112,000? Just keep smiling at the cameras and saying you did nothing wrong.

      Maybe the voters will understand you took those tiring trips to Charlie’s place in the Bahamas in their behalf. Certainly, they can understand you wanted to take your family along. A senator deserves to travel on private jets, removed from the awful crush of public transportation.

      You sought out a master criminal like Keating and became his friend. Now you’ve discarded him. It shouldn’t be surprising that you are now in the process of selling out your senatorial accomplices.

      You’re John McCain, clearly the guiltiest, most culpable and reprehensible of the Keating Five. But you know the power of television and you realize this is the only way you can possibly save your political career.

      • rightymouse says:

        McCain was the only republican of the five too! For some reason, I don’t remember this very much. 😯

  42. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    I think it’s one of those abusive relationship things where the victim comes back for more abuse. I mean they yelled and screamed at him then took all his negotiating tools and gave nothing back. Then continued their missile program and boasted about it publicly.

    I guess Teresa Heinz isn’t getting it done for him at home anymore.

    • Octopus says:

      She tried 57 ways, too. Nothing. Even the mast on the fancy sailing yacht has gone limp. 😦

  43. Octopus says:

    Chunky’s been chortling for days about how Giuliani screwed Trump, and is bungling the job. All I can say is, The Streak Is Intact! 🙂

  44. Octopus says:

    Reuters/Ipsos: Pay no attention to this flawed, outlier poll from… Reuters/Ipsos! 😆

    Winning sure beats losing. 🙂

    • rightymouse says:

      And you KNOW that his approval numbers are higher because Donks are over-sampled.

  45. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Total inflated ball sack deflation for the LGBT crowd who assured everyone Trump and Pence would round up the gays and other gender fluids. (Basically anyone with blue hair, tattoos and a nose ring or 3.) And put them in concentration/re-education camps until the liquidation plants can get up and running.

  46. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Trump refers to the NY Times as “the failing NY Times”. ‘Nuff said. No need to call out their loser columists no one pays attention to.

  47. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Oops. Somebody’s paradigm just got shifteded.

  48. rightymouse says:

    Gussy retweeted this silliness.

    But must have forgot this:

    • Octopus says:

      They really hate any PDA between Trump and Melania. With Obama, it was so obviously a bearding arrangement, of which they are well used to in Hollywood and the entertainment world in general, it was very comfortable for them.

  49. Octopus says:

    How frickin’ awesome would it be, if Trump was able to escort the fat, ugly face of his old enemy to the hoosegow? 😆

  50. Abu says:

    Mrs and I put down my 15 year shadow cat, Bagel. I grew up with a dog and dismissed cats. Until wife and daughter decided we needed cats.
    R.I.P. Bagies

  51. Dezez157 says:

    Did or did not a fat troll say this about North Korea?
    And a hundred other failed predictions?