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120mm_he #21 Posted May 14 2017 - 19:05

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View PostKlaatu_Nicto, on May 14 2017 - 13:00, said:

 

Canada is much more restrictive on immigration than the U.S. so his previous, self admitted drug use may exclude him for consideration for Canadian citizenship.

 

Canadians are having immigration issues now.

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-immigration-poll-exclusive-idUSKBN16R0SK?il=0

 

Extraordinary breaking news - a pass for the lead on the track in F1 has occurred today. 

 

 

 

The canadian version of the revolution sweeping the states will be fun to watch once it finally breaks. The canadian resistance youtubers are getting hella popular. :bajan:

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=pXCBMV6Yj-k



Klaatu_Nicto #22 Posted May 14 2017 - 19:32

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I get a big laugh whenever a U.S. politician gets so indignant over the unproven claims Russia interfered in the U.S. election. If Russia did then the CIA was their teacher.

 

Their [CIA] contempt has been demonstrated by conducting coups in foreign nations, usurping their right to self-determination, initiated by the 1953 coup in Iran, toppling its democratically elected government and imposing The Shah of Iran, whose brutal and tyrannical regime was only overthrown by the popular uprising of 1979, during which Iranians regained control of their own country, which the CIA had stolen. Its activities include:

1953: Iran coup d’état
1954: Guatemalan coup
1961: Dag Hammarskhjold
1961: Ecuadorian coup
1961: Patrice Lamumba
1963: Dominican Republic
1963: The Diem Brothers
1964: Brazilian coup
1965: Indonesian coup
1965: Greek coup
1967: Che Guevara
1968: Peruvian coup
1970: Salvadore Allende
1975: Australian coup
1979: El Salvadorian coup
1986: Iran/Contra scandal
1989: Panamanian coup
1991: The Gulf War
1993: Haitian coup

More than 80 coups appear to have been carried out by the CIA, including at least one in the USA.

https://lewrockwell.com/2017/05/roger-stone/cias-legacy-lies/

 

 



120mm_he #23 Posted May 14 2017 - 19:42

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The biggest laugh is that this has been going on since the first nation states arose from the rabble of small towns and tribes to scheme and plot against each other. Right now russia is trying to influence elections along with saudi arabia and israel and pakistan and india and china and britain and scandinavia and iran and canada and argentina and on and on and on and on up to and including criminal organizations on all levels from lone hackers looking to cash in to global corporations acting like the robber barons of olde. We spy and sneak and plot endlessly because the great game of geopolitics never stops and whilst you can take a pass on a turn you can never actually leave the game itself.

Lethalhavoc #24 Posted May 15 2017 - 03:19

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View Post120mm_he, on May 14 2017 - 13:18, said:

 

Hey thanks for your opinion! If you want him so bad give him canadian citizenship and vote him in as next prime minister! As to americans we don't want him anymore and that speech he gave in italy was pretty awful. Kept talking about how the common italian must give up his luxuries and do without to live life in poverty so the ebil global warming won't kill us all. I guess the rest of the world still hasn't gotten enough of socialism yet even after it failing in every country that's ever tried it. Just look to south america for the latest round of socialist high points. As to the current office holder he keeps getting sold out appearances and standing ovations with wild cheering everywhere he goes in the multiple tens of thousands with more thousands outside when the venue fills where the opposition can barely even get a few hundred to show up. Let's also delve into the so called massive division of the country. If you look at the pool of eligible voters approximately 25% of that pool voted for each party leaving 50% who didn't care enough one way or another to participate and who are still completely ambivalent on the entire event. So 60ish million who are not a trump fan(actually less as not everyone who voted hillary hated trump) hardly makes for a nation that agrees with your analysis. 

 

I strongly suspect that you either misread or misunderstood my statement of - "Believe it or not, most of the world thinks he's a rock star".

 



Gothraul #25 Posted May 15 2017 - 03:26

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Well since this was a screw up by the NSA they can put WindsorBlue (new asic cryptography or code breaking system) to use and crack the encryption used by this malware.

Lethalhavoc #26 Posted May 15 2017 - 03:27

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View PostKlaatu_Nicto, on May 14 2017 - 14:00, said:

 

Canada is much more restrictive on immigration than the U.S. so his previous, self admitted drug use may exclude him for consideration for Canadian citizenship.

 

Canadians are having immigration issues now.

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-immigration-poll-exclusive-idUSKBN16R0SK?il=0

 

Extraordinary breaking news - a pass for the lead on the track in F1 has occurred today. 

 

 

 

I saw that poll when it was released a few months ago, since then, i've ask my friends, family and neighbors their opinion on the matter.

It was overwhelmingly in favor of allowing more in.

I'm not sure where they got those numbers from, but i suspect it was from eastern Canada.

 

Indeed the small town on the Manitoba border that is seeing large numbers of border crossings, has received millions of dollars in donations to assist in the cost of helping those immigrants.



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View PostLethalhavoc, on May 14 2017 - 21:19, said:

 

I strongly suspect that you either misread or misunderstood my statement of - "Believe it or not, most of the world thinks he's a rock star".

 

 

Riiight. And that's why he doesn't use his secret service guards and has hired personal security which requires 14 suvs to hold where ever he goes for a speech and he is usually on the ground for only enough time to get to the venue make the speech the gtfo to his hidey holes with no extradition. The last time he was in greece they had riots over him entering the country and he is not well liked amoungst the common man. That italian speech he just gave where he trashed the usa and lectured about giving up your life and liberty to combat global warming? Private high security affair with $1000 dinner plates to get a seat and 3500 rich globalists showed up. Nope obama is far from a rock star and is a secure hearing or two away from being charged with high crimes. 

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View PostLethalhavoc, on May 14 2017 - 18:27, said:

 

I saw that poll when it was released a few months ago, since then, i've ask my friends, family and neighbors their opinion on the matter.

It was overwhelmingly in favor of allowing more in.

I'm not sure where they got those numbers from, but i suspect it was from eastern Canada.

 

Indeed the small town on the Manitoba border that is seeing large numbers of border crossings, has received millions of dollars in donations to assist in the cost of helping those immigrants.

 

Well I am Canadian west coast and my preference is for controlled immigration patterns with an eye to our future demographic makeup. I do not approve of uncontrolled mass immigration and just allowing anybody in who just shows up at the border.  Also it is critical that we have get a proper gender balance with all new immigrants. I definitely do not want to see what is happening in Europe right now happen over here, where they have literally millions of migrant men entering the continent, but very few women. I look at a country like Sweden where mass male immigration has become the norm and crime is markedly up, sexual assaults may be up as high as 1000% over previous rates. They have also dropped down from a formerly top three position to 14th on the United Nations Human Development Index. The recent mass immigration has clearly not made life better for indigenous Swedish people, and so of course I don't want those negatives for Canada. Who would? 

So sure, there is the room, and at least at  present, the resources in Canada to invite a certain number of people to come and live in our society. But the process must selective and the process must be careful, with just as much attention paid to the societal requirements of the people who already live here, as to those of any new immigrants who wish to become a part of our society.



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View PostRF_Van, on May 15 2017 - 03:12, said:

 

Well I am Canadian west coast and my preference is for controlled immigration patterns with an eye to our future demographic makeup. I do not approve of uncontrolled mass immigration and just allowing anybody in who just shows up at the border, regardless of what the poll, or your friends, say.  Also it is critical that we have get a proper gender balance with all new immigrants. I definitely do not want to see what is happening in Europe right now happen over here, where they have literally millions of migrant men entering the continent, but very few women. I look at a country like Sweden where mass immigration has become the norm and crime is markedly up, rapes and sexual assaults are up over 1000%. They have dropped down from top three to 14th on the United Nations Human Development Index, and so of course I don't want that for Canada. Who would? 

So sure, there is the room, and at least at  present, the resources in Canada to invite people to come and live here. But the process must selective and must be careful, with just as much attention paid to the requirements of the people who already live here as to those of the new immigrants who wish to become a part of our society.

 

The problem in the eu with migrants is specific to the eu due to them literally being able to walk across the border or hop on a boat for a quick few hours passage from turkey or other middle east coastal area and enter the eu bypassing any checks due to corrupt officials. It's a bit too far to swim to north america from the middle east or the eu and canada's immigration policy is mainly focused on family units a few thousand or tens of thousands at a time and not literally millions of fighting age males in the 20~30 year old range so the rape and crime culture that is rampant in eu migrant enclaves won't be an issue in canada. The problem for canada will be the slow erosion of your historic christian culture to be replaced by islamic culture in the name of tolerance and diversity and you can see it happening right now.

 

Thank God in america we have strict immigration laws that were never fully bypassed during obama's reign and islamists number less than 2% of the population with the overwhelming majority of the 'radical' islamists holing up in dearborn michigan where they can be easily observed by our intelligence agencies. Search up the vids of residents secretly filming groups of hijab wearing women marching around with isis flags and guns in formation like they were soldiers. Saying that the vast overwhelming majority of muslims who immigrate here are perfectly fine americans who live and let live. The big problem for the united states isn't radical islam in the form of millions of fighting age males but open borders with all the south american economic migrants flooding across the border and instantly becoming wards of the democrat welfare state to get their votes.

 

Again thank God that is now being controlled again and the laws on the books followed again. I have no problems with mexicans and south americans immigrating to the united states as they are primarily christian and assimilate well into common american culture(plus love me some latino ladies) but it has to be done with a plan so the criminals and those with disease are kept out. Yes diseases because the very diseases that were defeated in america still rampage through the latin nations and there are ever increasing cases of long gone diseases like measles and leprosy and small pox and tuberculosis and on and on making comebacks in public schools who have illegal unvetted and medically unchecked children attending on special sanctuary orders by local politicians looking for more future easy votes. 



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View Post120mm_he, on May 15 2017 - 02:13, said:

 

Riiight. And that's why he doesn't use his secret service guards and has hired personal security which requires 14 suvs to hold where ever he goes for a speech and he is usually on the ground for only enough time to get to the venue make the speech the gtfo to his hidey holes with no extradition. The last time he was in greece they had riots over him entering the country and he is not well liked amoungst the common man. That italian speech he just gave where he trashed the usa and lectured about giving up your life and liberty to combat global warming? Private high security affair with $1000 dinner plates to get a seat and 3500 rich globalists showed up. Nope obama is far from a rock star and is a secure hearing or two away from being charged with high crimes. 

 

You seemed to have once again either misread or misunderstood my statement, unless of course you consider yourself as the sole representative of the world. 

Just so we're clear on this, i couldn't give a rats *** about what he says, has said, or will say.

I care about his rep as much as i care about Justin Bieber's rep, which i clearly do not.

 

Perhaps, it's the last part of my original statement, comparing him to what you currently have in office that is the root of this confusion?

To be clear on that, if Mr.Chips were president, it would also be far, far, far better than what you currently have. 

 

You got a problem with Mr.Chips?



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View PostRF_Van, on May 15 2017 - 04:12, said:

 

Well I am Canadian west coast and my preference is for controlled immigration patterns with an eye to our future demographic makeup. I do not approve of uncontrolled mass immigration and just allowing anybody in who just shows up at the border.  Also it is critical that we have get a proper gender balance with all new immigrants. I definitely do not want to see what is happening in Europe right now happen over here, where they have literally millions of migrant men entering the continent, but very few women. I look at a country like Sweden where mass male immigration has become the norm and crime is markedly up, sexual assaults may be up as high as 1000% over previous rates. They have also dropped down from a formerly top three position to 14th on the United Nations Human Development Index. The recent mass immigration has clearly not made life better for indigenous Swedish people, and so of course I don't want those negatives for Canada. Who would? 

So sure, there is the room, and at least at  present, the resources in Canada to invite a certain number of people to come and live in our society. But the process must selective and the process must be careful, with just as much attention paid to the societal requirements of the people who already live here, as to those of any new immigrants who wish to become a part of our society.

 

The people jumping the border will be just a few thousand extra people, that will be vetted the same as those who came legally.

Linking increased crime rates, to would be immigrants is a bit of a stretch unless you have data supporting it, unless of course you are referencing them as victims of this "increase".

Since they are typically easy targets of crime. 

Most immigrants are on their best behavior, so as not to jeopardize their status.

But of course there will be some bad apples in every barrel, that's the nature of immigration, it's the way it's always been, probably always will be.

The people who formed the mafia were immigrants or children of immigrants.

Albert Einstein was an immigrant.

 

The great thing about being Canadian, is that we accept people for who they are, and hope that they in turn will respect others as we do.

We like hope, not fear. If we gave into fear, why should we let anyone in, regardless of race, religion or sex?

They could be bad apples.



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View PostLethalhavoc, on May 15 2017 - 12:17, said:

 

You seemed to have once again either misread or misunderstood my statement, unless of course you consider yourself as the sole representative of the world. 

Just so we're clear on this, i couldn't give a rats *** about what he says, has said, or will say.

I care about his rep as much as i care about Justin Bieber's rep, which i clearly do not.

 

Perhaps, it's the last part of my original statement, comparing him to what you currently have in office that is the root of this confusion?

To be clear on that, if Mr.Chips were president, it would also be far, far, far better than what you currently have. 

 

You got a problem with Mr.Chips?

 

You seem triggered about the new prez. Care to detail out your trigger points? I won't be insulted or report you as that's childish when mature grown men debate a subject. :bajan:

 

As to the world comment I've seen enough protest vids on obama when he made his world apology tour to know for a fact the common man doesn't like him and only rich globalists give him any attention looking to cash in on his plentiful criminal connections he has built up now that hillary is out. If obama is a world rock star then he is only playing the private venues because he knows he would get booed out of a public gathering. As to the current resident of 1600 pennsylvania ave he is enjoying broad support from the common man and only the tiny microscopic amount of rich globalists and their paid msm lackeys have any issues and that's because they see their empire crumbling around them as we type and blame him instead of themselves.

 

So you got a problem with the common man?



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View Post120mm_he, on May 15 2017 - 13:33, said:

 

You seem triggered about the new prez. Care to detail out your trigger points? I won't be insulted or report you as that's childish when mature grown men debate a subject. :bajan:

 

As to the world comment I've seen enough protest vids on obama when he made his world apology tour to know for a fact the common man doesn't like him and only rich globalists give him any attention looking to cash in on his plentiful criminal connections he has built up now that hillary is out. If obama is a world rock star then he is only playing the private venues because he knows he would get booed out of a public gathering. As to the current resident of 1600 pennsylvania ave he is enjoying broad support from the common man and only the tiny microscopic amount of rich globalists and their paid msm lackeys have any issues and that's because they see their empire crumbling around them as we type and blame him instead of themselves.

 

So you got a problem with the common man?

 

Triggered? LOL!

Any president that can boost SNL to 7 year rating highs, must be doing a good job.



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View PostLethalhavoc, on May 15 2017 - 12:41, said:

 

Triggered? LOL!

Any president that can boost SNL to 7 year rating highs, must be doing a good job.

 

Given how snl was literally bottom of the late night ratings ladder due to pathetic 'comedy' which was better served to keep insomniacs occupied that's not exactly a ringing endorsement for their popularity as moving up in the ratings from sewer spout to sitting on the drain isn't exactly bringing them into the realm of reaching even 1% of the population. They should be thanking the new administration for saving their show to be honest by giving the still triggered a place to huddle with each other. Colbert is cashing in on the triggered too as his ratings went up when he abandoned reason to become just another vulgar firebomb tossing radical you can find at any protest. Also keep in mind his new found ratings are still garbage compared to other shows but its way better than the near cancellation numbers he was drawing before the Great Triggering.

 

Winning again. :B



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Once the glaciers start advancing in North America the Mexicans may want to build a wall on their northern border.

 

 

;)



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View Post120mm_he, on May 15 2017 - 13:54, said:

 

Given how snl was literally bottom of the late night ratings ladder due to pathetic 'comedy' which was better served to keep insomniacs occupied that's not exactly a ringing endorsement for their popularity as moving up in the ratings from sewer spout to sitting on the drain isn't exactly bringing them into the realm of reaching even 1% of the population. They should be thanking the new administration for saving their show to be honest by giving the still triggered a place to huddle with each other. Colbert is cashing in on the triggered too as his ratings went up when he abandoned reason to become just another vulgar firebomb tossing radical you can find at any protest. Also keep in mind his new found ratings are still garbage compared to other shows but its way better than the near cancellation numbers he was drawing before the Great Triggering.

 

Winning again. :B

 

Well, if you say so.

But, i can tell you that we're laughing pretty good at the comedy that comes out of the WH on a near daily basis.



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View PostKlaatu_Nicto, on May 15 2017 - 13:56, said:

Once the glaciers start advancing in North America the Mexicans may want to build a wall on their northern border.

 

 

;)

 

I always got a kick out of that movie.

I kept thinking to myself, that during the big freeze, that all the Canadians would remark, "seems a little colder today eh?".


Edited by Lethalhavoc, May 15 2017 - 19:06.


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In my previous note, under the category of the U.S interfering in an election or promoting a revolution, the following should be included.

 

1996: Russia

2003: Georgia

2004: Ukriane

2013: Ukraine

 

This is what happens when an elected official has a policy the deep state does not like:

 

From the NVN News Service, Nov. 1993:   WASHINGTON (Nov. 4) UPI - A Senate veteran of foreign policy and intelligence matters accused elements of the Central Intelligence Agency Thursday of "engaging in a seperate foreign policy" by conducting a smear campaign against elected Haitian President.   Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., a long-time member of the Foreign Relations and Intelligence committees, said he has concluded that an unflattering CIA profile of Aristide was leaked to the media in a concerted effort to discredit the deposed Haitian leader.   "There is no doubt that individuals within the agency are engaging in a seperate foreign policy track," Kerry said during testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by Secretary of State Warren Christopher.   "They have sought purposefully, beyond any doubt whatsoever in my mind, to place certain information in certain hands in an effort to run a course counter to the policy of this country. That is very perfidious, dangerous
untertaking."

 

From the Prodigy News Service, Nov. 14, 1993:   NEW YORK--The CIA created an intelligence service in Haiti to fight drug trafficking but the unit became an instrument of terror and its officers engaged in drug trafficking, according to a published report.  Senior members of the unit, which produced little information about narcotics, committed acts of political terror against supporters of Rev. Jean-Bertrand Aristide, including interrogations and torture, today's NY Times reports.  Members of the unit also threatened last year to kill the local chief of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, the Times reports.

 

From the Valley Daily News, 5-3-95:  When army Capt. Lawrence Rockwood left his base in Haiti to inspect a notorious Port-au-prince prison, knowingly flouting authority, he says he believed he was carrying out President Clinton's directive to U.S. forces. The Army, however, had a distinctly different interpretation and is about to court-martial Rockwood for the human rights work he tried to do.
"We knew there were between 400 to 500 people there.  I had information that people were being tortured and executed and bodies were being taken to the dump," Rockwood said in an interview with The Associated Press.  "What bothered me was I got a shrug of the shoulder. 'We're not interested in this.  This is not a priority,'" Rockwood said, recounting his efforts to get permission to conduct inspections. He recalled at the age of 8 or 9 visiting the Dachau concentration camp with his father, a veteran who told him he had helped liberate another camp. "He told me that the reason that these things are created is because of blind obedience and cynicism," Rockwood recalled.  "That's exactly what I was seeing, blind obedience and cynicism.



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View PostKlaatu_Nicto, on May 15 2017 - 12:56, said:

Once the glaciers start advancing in North America the Mexicans may want to build a wall on their northern border.

 

 

;)

 

Shoe on the other foot indeed but they did mention in the movie that all the billions in debt mexico owed to the us would be forgiven so seems fair. It would go well with the wall mexico is building on it's southern border with machine gun armed guards to keep the tidal wave of south american migrates from flooding into their country which is only going to increase as those nations further dissolve into anarchy. The footage out of venezuela is heart breaking with most of the population on starvation rations and massive crowds in the hundreds of thousands marching on the city centers in protest. So this is an even bigger priority for them because we no longer take in the south americans they catch and transport to our borders because when they they toss them back into south america the have to catch them all over again when they recross a week later. Matter of fact obama sent mexico about a hundred million to help build that wall too. ;)

 

View PostLethalhavoc, on May 15 2017 - 12:56, said:

 

Well, if you say so.

But, i can tell you that we're laughing pretty good at the comedy that comes out of the WH on a near daily basis.

 

The skits by baldwin are more silly than funny but sill worth a chuckle. The sean spicer bits are fairly epic as he does come across as a wimpy beta nu male. Rumour is that sean will be getting dumped or given a 'break' for that impressive hunk of a woman sarah huckabee sanders. Have you watched her press conferences? LOL! They tremble in fear when she logics them into spasms of trigger and froth.

 

Rekt--> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaEUC1wrFrg

 

 



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View Post120mm_he, on May 15 2017 - 14:22, said:

 

Shoe on the other foot indeed but they did mention in the movie that all the billions in debt mexico owed to the us would be forgiven so seems fair. It would go well with the wall mexico is building on it's southern border with machine gun armed guards to keep the tidal wave of south american migrates from flooding into their country which is only going to increase as those nations further dissolve into anarchy. The footage out of venezuela is heart breaking with most of the population on starvation rations and massive crowds in the hundreds of thousands marching on the city centers in protest. So this is an even bigger priority for them because we no longer take in the south americans they catch and transport to our borders because when they they toss them back into south america the have to catch them all over again when they recross a week later. Matter of fact obama sent mexico about a hundred million to help build that wall too. ;)

 

 

The skits by baldwin are more silly than funny but sill worth a chuckle. The sean spicer bits are fairly epic as he does come across as a wimpy beta nu male. Rumour is that sean will be getting dumped or given a 'break' for that impressive hunk of a woman sarah huckabee sanders. Have you watched her press conferences? LOL! They tremble in fear when she logics them into spasms of trigger and froth.

 

Rekt--> https://www.youtube....h?v=gaEUC1wrFrg

 

 

 

I'm not just talking about this SNL skits when i talk about the comedy coming out of the WH.

The things he's doing to you guys is comedy gold and the fact that many Americans just don't get it makes it even funnier.

 

Two examples i'll give you that we find just hilarious are.

1) Gutting the EPA, so you can have more Flint Michigan's 

2) Gutting your healthcare for everyone but congress their families and their staff and their families, so that "pre-existing conditions" can make a return.

Pure comedy gold.






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