What More Could Captain Chaos Possibly Do?

That has to be it, right? What more could he possibly do? Well, perhaps the Mango Mussolini could lift asbestos regulations and give Russia an exclusive contract to sell that known cancer-causing agent to the US— Oh, he did that. That $20k you or your parents shelled out to have asbestos removed from your family … Continue reading What More Could Captain Chaos Possibly Do?

People in Politics Today

This morning we learned the shocking news of the untimely death at age 68, of Congressman Elija Cummings. Representative Elijah Cummings, was a Democrat from Baltimore, a civil rights advocate who became one of the White House squatter's fiercest opponents in Congress and was frequently on the receiving end of his racially undertoned barbs. It … Continue reading People in Politics Today

DisBarr

Attorney General Bill Barr continues to use the Justice Department as a shield to protect the White House squatter-in- chief. Like our fake POTUS, and the thugs who work for him, Barr commits his crimes brazenly in broad daylight. One would expect our squatter and his protectors to lie low for a while, to try … Continue reading DisBarr

Two Tales of a Saudi

It’s been a horrifying news week, even more than usual. Ethnic cleansing is underway in the middle east because no one can control the madman Putin installed in the White House. Thousands of US Troops were removed from northern Syria, which was seen as a green light to the Turks to begin dropping bombs, their … Continue reading Two Tales of a Saudi

Scrambling for Cover— Up

Attorney General Bill Barr seemed to have gone missing last week. It turns out he was busy in New York. The previous time Individual 1’s personal Attorney General spent time in New York, sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was suicided. This time Barr made two stops. He visited the home of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who … Continue reading Scrambling for Cover— Up

In Adderol Veritas

Everyone is speaking Latin these days. An overused GOP catchphrase last week among the supporters of this regime— “There was no quid pro quo.” I don't want to brag, but Latin was my first language. It's what I speak at home to my dogs, but because they rarely respond, I was a little rusty on … Continue reading In Adderol Veritas