Seeking asylum


It wasn’t enough for the krimson karload of krap and his merry band of ass wipes to put babies in concentration camps.

As photos of migrant children fleeing barefoot from tear gas prompted online outcry, U.S. President Donald Trump defended the practice to reporters outside the White House Monday.

They’re tear gassing babies. What’s next?

A Watergate figure’s take on today’s corruption

John Dean was a key figure in the Watergate scandal that overthrew a U.S. president. His tweets show is appalled by the level of corruption we see in today’s White House:

How the babyman destroyed Thanksgiving

From the Washington Post:

Earlier this month, Post Opinions asked readers how their holiday gatherings have changed since Donald Trump’s election to the presidency in 2016. No politics at the table? Only politics at the table? No table at all?

More than 200 people from across the country (with a dozen or so Canadians thrown in for good measure) shared their experiences of division, solidarity and continuity. Read nine of these stories below.

Most of the stories are sad, but read through the comments to see how much pain families have dealt with since Election Day 2016.

She was just following orders

The krazed krooked klown is on the warpath:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump has told advisers he wants to remove Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen from her post, and could do so in the coming weeks, the Washington Post reported, citing five current and former White House officials.

So, the stooge who was just following orders like a good Nazi when she agreed to take babies and put them in concentration camps is being stabbed in the back by the human orange stain left on toilet paper after a bad bout of diarrhea.

Every interviewer faces her in the future should ask if selling out her humanity was really worth it, given the scumbag she willingly chose to obey.

So long, suckers

So what’s the significance of this photo?

So, so long, suckers, because you all suck. Now let’s get rid of the rest of them in the next election.