From the Washington Post:
President Trump’s personal attorney Michael D. Cohen did work for Fox News commentator Sean Hannity in the past year, one of just three legal clients Cohen represented after leaving his post as a counsel for Trump’s private company in early 2017, his attorney told a federal judge Monday.
Cohen’s work for Hannity was revealed during a court hearing in Manhattan on Monday and confirmed by a source familiar with the relationship. Cohen also did legal work for the president and GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy in the past year, his attorney told the court.
Michael Cohen had three clients. A badly tanned buffoon, a GOP impregnating sleeze and Sean Hannity. So, now you know why a lying sack of shit is going out of his way to defend Spanky McPornfucke. I wonder what the ocher pussygrabber’s got on him?
Remember back in 2016, when this was a parody page by the Boston Globe:
It accurately predicted our future. Reality is worse than we imagined back then.
Why is Sinclair Broadcast Group making news instead of reporting news? Because it wants to control what you think. Amazingly, it’s more insidious than Fox News. We thought news coverage was bad. It’s now worse. Take a look.
Sinclair supports Spanky McPornfucker and the crimes his administration minions are cycling through like Lance Armstrong on an anabolic bender. The right-wing robots have taken control. We are now in the outer limits:
Jane Mayer has a fascinating piece in The New Yorker on Christopher Steele, the former British spy who put together the dossier on the Russian interference in the 2016 election and the part babyman and his minions played in it.
Bottom line: The indictments can’t come fast enough. The entire Republican Party is complicit. And treason is not a strong enough word to describe what the crimson menace and his band of thugs have done to this country.
The link above connects you to the story and an audio reading. The reading takes an hour and 42 minutes. It is worth your time.
The only columnist worth reading is Paul Krugman. Because Paul Krugman is always right. (And not right wing)
Click here for the Paul Krugman column they discuss.
From Paul Krugman:
Here’s what the purveyors of balance want.
You’re on a date. You’d like to go to a place that serves a nice steak. Your date wants to go to a place that serves anthrax and tire irons.
There is no middle ground here. And striving for the middle is agreeing to insanity.