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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Trying to keep up with the insanity

It's getting really hard to keep up with all the insanity, it comes at you so fast these days.
There was inhuman monster Ted Cruz congratulating a woman for having MS:

There's the constant stream of lies coming from Spicer:


Spicer falsely says Atlanta hit by Islamist terror attack

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, pointed to Atlanta several times recently while defending President Donald Trump's executive order limiting travel from seven majority-Muslim countries.
Spicer mentioned Atlanta alongside cities where Islamist terrorism has been carried out.

"What do we say to the family that loses somebody to a terrorist -- whether it's Atlanta, or San Bernardino or the Boston Bomber? Those people each of whom had gone out to a country and then come back," Spicer said while speaking to ABC News' Martha Raddatz on the January 29 edition of This Week about the White House's controversial executive order limiting travel.

I've lived in Atlanta since 2005 and I'm fairly sure I would remember if there was a terrorist attack.
To my knowledge, the only terrorist attack ever to happen in Atlanta was carried out by this guy:

who had not "gone out to a country and then come back."
Also, not a Muslim.
Or Arabic.
Or Middle Eastern.
Just plain old Christian white trash.

And speaking of which. . .

And it seems to be the perfect time to stop monitoring white supremacists. . .

Georgia white supremacist under FBI investigation after police find evidence of ricin in his car

Erin Corbett

08 Feb 2017 at 17:28 ET        

William Christopher Gibbs, a 27-year-old man from Fannin County, Georgia is under FBI investigation after driving himself to the hospital last week, claiming he came into contact with the deadly substance ricin.
Fannin County Sheriff Dane Kirby confirmed that Gibbs’ car tested positive for ricin, a deadly poison that is found in castor beans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the substance can come in the form of a powder, a mist, a pellet, or can be dissolved in liquid and just a small amount of it can kill. The CDC notes, “It would take a deliberate act to make ricin and use it to poison people.”

And of course Spicer wasn't done. He also said that he believed that if Coretta Scott King were alive today that she would support Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, because in his fantasy world, I guess she would have become less bothered by racism over the years?

Sean Spicer: I Hope Coretta Scott King Would Support Jeff Sessions Today

Also, if Winston Churchill were alive today, I'm fairly sure he'd side with Germany.
And if George Washington were still around, I'm fairly certain he'd be a British loyalist..
And if Liberace were still with us, I feel confident that he would be an incorrigible skirt-chaser.

And I'm 100% certain there was a lot of insanity I missed. Probably more has happened since I began typing this post. There's just no way to keep up.


Bob Slatten said...

It's utter insanity how soulless the GOP and it's ilk have become. Every a new lie and a new threat and a new bunch of fearmongers rattling the country.

jadedj said...

Yeah and they think because they said it, that we believe them. That infuriating attitude makes my bung suck wind. Sick of 'em, I tell you...SICK OF 'EM!

anne marie in philly said...

every single GOPrick sucks! but how to eliminate the insanity? ay, that's the question...

D. said...

One would think that malignant mendacity was a requirement to join the Republican Party.

Fortunately, I have a little test.

Is it a Republican or conservative or fascist, and are their lips moving? Then any statement made is false.

(I've heard that liberals are not above the occasional lie, but not on that scale.)