Talking points from the orange supremacist

The White House (a term that had taken on a whole new symbolic meaning in a day) issued this list of talking points (click to enlarge).

Meanwhile, the dwarf-fingered pussygrabber’s personal attorney tweeted this today:

Where exactly does this rank in VSB’s list of the 20 Whitest Things White People Say to Black People:

20. “Oh, you’re married?”

19. “Is that your hair?”

18. “I don’t see color.”

17. “Can you turn that down?”

16. “DUUUUUDE, TAKE A SHOT WITH ME!!!”

15. “This section is reserved.”

14. “He doesn’t bite.”

13. “I voted for Obama.”

12. “Yeah, you’re black. But not like, black black.”

11. “If you can say it, why can’t I?”

10. “Where’s your manager?”

9. “You live in this neighborhood?”

8. “I’m calling human resources.”

7. “Do you need hot sauce with that?”

6. “Can I touch your hair?”

5. “Security!”

4. “My best friend is black.”

3. What about black-on-black crime?”

2. “I’m calling the police.”

1. “I don’t have a racist bone in my body.”

So, that’s a burning cross between No. 4 and No. 1.

Fake news for stupid people

This was shared on Facebook by more than 150,000 people:

The story that went with it said:

22nd Circuit Court of Appeals Justice Hansam al Alallawalahi-Smith made headlines this week when he overturned a ruling out of Dearborn, Michigan. The ruling allowed two critical and violent tenets of Sharia Law to be practiced here in the United States.

A couple of things:
1) There is no 22nd Circuit Court of Appeals. There are only 13.
2) There is no judge with this name.
3) The president can’t remove a federal judge. A federal judge has to be impeached by the House of Representatives, then convicted  by the Senate.

Oh, and by stupid people in the headline, I meant pump truppets.

 

Cosmopolitans who live in glass condos

From the Washington Post:

White House senior adviser Stephen Miller famously used the adjective “cosmopolitan” to insult CNN’s Jim Acosta during an exchange in the White House briefing room last week, implying that the journalist somehow bore an air of swampy elitism.

But wait, what’s that expression about people in glass houses?

It turns out that Miller calls home a nearly $1 million condo in CityCenter, one of Washington’s poshest addresses and a complex that proudly offers residents an upscale, urbane lifestyle. With high-end international retailers such as Hermès and Gucci on the street level alongside fancy Italian, Asian and French eateries, the building is billed as “the new ideal for sophisticated, modern, urban living.” Also in the marketing materials is the slogan: “You are where you live.”

Well, I’m sure he got it through hard work and pulling himself up by his bootstraps:

The buyer for the property is listed as “Stephen Miller Cordary, Inc.,” a company whose address is the same as that of Cordary Inc., the Los Angeles-based real estate company that his father, Michael Miller, owns. Cordary operates condo complexes called California Villages, and on his congressional financial disclosure forms, Stephen Miller identifies himself as holding an unpaid position of vice president with that company dating to 2010.

Dude! Don’t throw stones.

As Scooby Doo would say, Ruh Roh!

This just happened:

I’ll bet this is how Reince found out he was just fired.