When racism won an Oscar

I’ve always wondered about Luise Rainer, ever since I saw she won two Oscars in a row as Best Actress. Here’s why she won the second:
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Let’s face it. He’s a jackass.

Hell, I don’t know where to begin. This really happened.

It shouldn’t have happened. Because even when you parody it:

The parody isn’t as bizarre as the real thing.

As a great president once said:

In this case, he could have be referring to both of them.

Crooks, liars and bigots: Spanky and his gang in their natural state

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At 8 p.m. yesterday, this was what the Washington Post had on its Web page:

Corrupt lawyers. Campaign leaders convicted. Administration officials hosting white supremacists. And even law breaking spouses.

You have to treat the Republican Party like a campfire:

Drown it. Stir the ashes. Drown it again.

Because America’s the forest, and these idiots are trying to burn it to the ground.

(And while you’re at it, piss on the ashes.)

Just when you thought they couldn’t be more evil

Spanky and his gang are drugging children they kidnapped from their parents:

A federal judge on Monday found that U.S. government officials have been giving psychotropic medication to migrant children at a Texas facility without first seeking the consent of their parents or guardians, in violation of state child welfare laws.

U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee in Los Angeles ordered the Trump administration to obtain consent or a court order before administering any psychotropic medications to migrant children, except in cases of dire emergencies. She also ordered that the government move all children out of a Texas facility, Shiloh Residential Treatment Center in Manvel, except for children deemed by a licensed professional to pose a “risk of harm” to themselves or others. … 

Children testified in court filings that staff with the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement would sometimes not tell them what drugs they were being given or why. They recalled feeling side effects such as nausea, dizziness, depression and weight gain. Some reported being forcibly injected with drugs, and others said they felt that refusing medications would cause them to be detained longer.

“I witnessed staff members forcefully give medication four times,” one child held at Shiloh, identified as Isabella M., said. “. . . Two staff members pinned down the girl . . . and a doctor gave her one or two injections.”

It’s just one atrocity after another with these animals.  The war crimes of the administration of George W. Bush (the dumber) are starting to pale in comparison to these crimes against humanity.