Trump’s not the first man—or woman—to fudge about his weight. But saying “215” with a straight face is reflective of his complete inability to tell the truth about anything, even the most obvious or mundane.
And it’s that denial of and disdain for the truth that has now earned him his status as Georgia Inmate No.Po1135809.
215? That Tater Head is one tot away from 320.
And that mug shot? That’s what happens when your role model is Benito Mussolini. Oooohhh….I’m SCARED!
Maybe Rudy gave him some posing tips following his own Glam Shot session on Wednesday.
I’d say His Orangeness is now kind of “overscheduled.” Wouldn’t you? Damn. His calendar is now more loaded and marked up than one of my football spotting charts.
I thought the whole “sweet surrender” thing fell pretty flat as a television event. BB and I finally decided to catch an episode of The Lincoln Lawyer on Netflix instead. Mickey Haller is a bad man. The ladies seem to like him, too.
So now Jim “Dandy” Jordan is going after Fani? That old rasslin’ coach is going to regret that. She’ll pin his ass.
The United States has had a 247-year history of political disagreements, expressed on various levels of intensity. But for the most part, they’ve been conducted with at least a lip-service mutual commitment to democracy. That’s why all of this is a whole nuther thing. Now we have a political “party” whose zealots will look you right in the eye and say, “Fuck democracy.” Nope. This is no longer “business as usual.”
And I’m still waiting for The Stepford Cultists to explain to me why conspiring to illegally and dishonestly overturn the confirmed results of an election in order to prevent the peaceful transfer of power was not an attempted coup. Of course it was. It was the definition of an attempted coup. It was a complex plot to overthrow the government of the United States. Nothing less. That’s treason. Where am I wrong? I’m not.
Mark Meadows is demanding his case be moved to federal court, claiming the charges result from his duties as a federal official. Not completely frivolous, and his lawyers had to run that one up the flagpole. But bet on “hell no” and lay the points on that one. We’ll learn more from a hearing on Monday.
I’m hearing media types refer to Prigozhin’s demise as an “early death.” No. It was right on time in Putin’s zone.
Oh, and a lot of TV foofs need to jettison cliché references to Trump “sucking all of the oxygen out of the room.” (Apparently no O2 is reaching their brains.)
This helpful suggestion also extends to “in real time” and at “the end of the day.” But, “Details are sketchy.” And “Time will tell.”
The old news director in me wants to open my door and scream, “Get in my office! Now!”