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Steve Bannon will no longer be speaking at a UM, the latest and third event to be canceled following the announcement he would be a keynote speaker at a joint conference on sex robots this month.

When asked what he would say to Bannon if no one showed up to the debate, Valentin said he would sweep his hand across the room and say, “Steve, here’s the answer.”



Yes…waiting…tick tock time.



@dragonfly9 I have to say, Kyle Griffin is very good at Twitter, he’s one of my personal favs.


YES me too. Total wiz at it…I think he works for The Last Word -Lawrence O’Donnell’s show…so he is constantly filtering through the news.

(Lynn) #771

Personally, I think we need a “season of reason”. :roll_eyes:






And Mueller’s got Bronze Star stamina…


Theme music :notes: to accompany the above cartoon from @dragonfly9. :slight_smile:


On it’s face…unreal.

Do not know whether to laugh or cry…:sob: :rofl:

@> jdawsy1 (wapo)

I think it is safe to say that a former secretary of state has never accused the president of not understanding the laws, not reading and not being intellectually curious – only to have the president respond that his secretary of state was “dumb as a rock” and “lazy as hell.”




WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Pushing back against criticism of her lack of diplomatic experience, Donald J. Trump’s choice to be the next United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Heather Nauert, said on Friday that a memorable visit to the “It’s a Small World” ride at Disney World made her eminently qualified for the U.N. post.

“When people look at me, they think Heather Nauert, former Fox News anchor,” Nauert told reporters at the State Department. “What they don’t realize is I’m also Heather Nauert, who went on ‘It’s a Small World’ three times when she was nine.”

Nauert said that, while career diplomats might spend twenty to thirty years learning about only one country, “I learned about twenty-five countries in fifteen minutes.”

Laying out her objectives for her tenure at the United Nations, the prospective Ambassador said, “Right now I’m just looking forward to seeing all of the other Ambassadors wearing their festive costumes and doing their dances. That’s going to be amazing, I think.”

Nauert bristled when a reporter asked about her controversial comment that D Day was evidence of the long-standing bond between Germany and the United States. “At the end of the day, there is just one moon and one golden sun, and a smile means friendship to everyone,” she said.



Credit: Pete Fallon

(M A Croft) #782



I can’t resist reprising this meme from last year! :smile:


A Remote Control would seem like something very necessary, and very close to his heart. LOL

The Borowitz Report

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Having been turned down by several previous choices for the job, Donald J. Trump broke with tradition on Monday by picking his television remote to be his new chief of staff.

While some in Washington wondered whether an inanimate object was up to the rigors of working for the mercurial Trump, the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, defended the unorthodox selection. “The President and the remote have demonstrated an excellent ability to work together, often for ten or twelve hours a day,” Sanders said.

But even as the White House touted the remote’s qualifications, its tenure as chief of staff appeared to get off to a rocky start on Monday morning.

After the remote got stuck and failed to change the channel when CNN’s Jim Acosta appeared on the television screen, Trump reportedly threw his new chief of staff across the room, narrowly missing Mike Pence’s head.

“I’ll be surprised if the remote makes it through the year,” a White House source said.


Kind of hard to “conceal n carry” in that smock.