Dipshit also threw in the “Merry Christmas” meme, because that’s what dipshits do. You know there’s a war on Christmas, right? Fox News says so.
And while we’re at it, 80 percent of white Christian nationalists (aka: white evangelicals), in Alabama overwhelmingly supported men in their 30s molesting 14-year-old girls in the Alabama U.S. Senate election Tuesday.
Roy Moore’s failed run for Alabama’s Senate seat tested white evangelicals’ allegiance to the Republican Party. Would they vote for a candidate who shares their conservative views on social issues even though he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women?
Exit polls suggest they did just that, with 80 percent of white evangelicals who voted selecting Moore in Tuesday’s special election, which was narrowly won by Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate.
Dipshit, above, was one of them.
From USA Today, Tuesday:
With his latest tweet, clearly implying that a United States senator would trade sexual favors for campaign cash, President Trump has shown he is not fit for office. Rock bottom is no impediment for a president who can always find room for a new low.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday dismissed the president’s smear as a misunderstanding because he used similar language about men. Of course, words used about men and women are different. When candidate Trump said a journalist was bleeding from her “wherever,” he didn’t mean her nose.
And as is the case with all of Trump’s digital provocations, the president’s words were deliberate. He pours the gasoline of sexist language and lights the match gleefully knowing how it will burst into flame in a country reeling from the #MeToo moment.
A president who would all but call Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand a whore is not fit to clean the toilets in the Barack Obama Presidential Library or to shine the shoes of George W. Bush.
Sorry, but they’ve suggested a job that exceeds his talents. Because this was the tweet:
What a dick.
Yes, it is that simple. And yes, it doesn’t matter as long as Republicans control Congress.
How is it that a comedian makes a bigger impact on politics than politicians?
The correct response:
Let’s see the legions of babyman troops at the ceremony:
In pussygrabber land, this is the largest turnout for a Christmas tree lighting ever. Even bigger that Obama’s. Take a look:
But to the Kristmas Klinging Kretin, this doesn’t count, because the photo on the right is full of minorities and Hispanics and gays and libruls.
Rep. Blake Farenthold used taxpayer money to settle a sexual harassment claim brought by his former spokesman — the only known sitting member of Congress to have used a little-known congressional account to pay an accuser, people familiar with the matter told POLITICO.
Lauren Greene, the Texas Republican’s former communications director, sued her boss in December 2014 over allegations of gender discrimination, sexual harassment and creating a hostile work environment.
Greene said another Farenthold aide told her the lawmaker said he had “sexual fantasies” and “wet dreams” about Greene. She also claimed that Farenthold “regularly drank to excess” and told her in February 2014 that he was “estranged from his wife and had not had sex with her in years.”
When she complained about comments Farenthold and a male staffer made to her, Greene said the congressman improperly fired her. She filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia, but the case was later dropped after both parties reached a private settlement.
No information was ever released on that agreement.
House Administration Committee Chairman Gregg Harper (R-Miss.) told GOP lawmakers in a closed-door Friday morning meeting that only one House office in the past five years had used an Office of Compliance account to settle a sexual harassment complaint. Harper said in that one instance, the settlement totaled $84,000.
In a statement for this story, Farenthold would neither confirm or deny that his office was responsible for that $84,000 payout.
Greene’s lawyer, Les Alderman of Alderman, Devorsetz & Hora PLLC, also would not say whether Greene was the woman who received the $84,000 Harper referred to.
But in a joint statement both Greene and Farenthold prepared at the time of the settlement but never released — a copy of which was shared with POLITICO by Alderman on Friday — the two confirmed they reached a deal in part to save taxpayer dollars.
Anything to save taxpayer dollars (i.e. the money Republicans like Blake Farenthold take from the poor to give to the rich).
Maybe we can. But can Alabama:?
Alabama Republicans may be ready to give Roy Moore a pass for the numerous accusations against him — that is, if they believe the allegations to begin with.
The polling group Change Research found that Moore has reopened an earlier 5-point lead over Democratic candidate Doug Jones. Overall, 49 percent of Alabama voters asked said they plan on voting for Moore while only 44 percent said they would vote for Jones; by contrast, Jones had a 3-point lead over Moore in mid-November, when the accusations against Moore began to make the news.
Let’s make this clear. Right now, 49 percent of Alabama voters support molesting little girls. In my mind, an Alabama voter that supports Roy Moore equals these guys: