Dennis Edwall

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Hahaahshahaha I almost peed my pants!

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Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Oops... Oops... Oops...

Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Oops... Oops... Oops...

Silverman didn't realize she was looking at construction markings. But anti-Trump folks are making similar mistakes all the time.

What's worse, here in O-Land, there are several prominent voices singing in the choir:

Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Oops... Oops... Oops...

And they don't notice that the refrain--the banana they keep slipping on right in front of everyone--is misfired virtue signalling without virtue. :) 

As Paul Joseph Watson says at the very end of the video (with a tiny insertion by me :) ):

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The irony behind all of this is by resorting to such patently ludicrous hyperbole and hysteria, The Left [AND CERTAIN O-LAND LEADERS] is actually helping Donald Trump. By becoming the farcical embodiment of delirium, a neurotic derangement in their anti-Trump fervor, they're sidelining and discrediting genuine legitimate opposition to Trump. So if you're a Trump supporter, the unhinged meltdown we're now seeing on The Left [AND IN O-LAND] cannot go on long enough.

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Michael

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Know your meme.

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Because of the toughness and looseness of their skin, honey badgers are very difficult to kill with dogs. Their skin is hard to penetrate, and its looseness allows them to twist and turn on their attackers when held. The only safe grip on a honey badger is on the back of the neck. The skin is also tough enough to resist several machete blows. The only sure way of killing them quickly is through a blow to the skull with a club or a shot to the head with a gun, as their skin is almost impervious to arrows and spears.

According to a 1941 volume of The Fauna of British India, the honey badger has also been reported to dig up human corpses in that country.

Tough and loose, almost impervious to arrows and spears.  

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From Warner Brothers. “What a maroon.” – Bugs Bunny.

From Walt Disney. Now, and forever, “MM” stands for “Mickey Mouse.”

.Is he funny or downright dangerous ? Yes. I won’t comment moore except to say, read this where the kiddies won’t hear any expletives.

Peter

Michael Moore wants Trump to step down and Clinton named president by Dave Urbanski Feb 16, 2017 9:10 am: Ultra-liberal filmmaker Michael Moore is at it again. On the heels of a New York Times story saying members of Republican President Donald Trump’s campaign had multiple interactions with senior Russian intelligence officials, Moore hopped on Facebook and wrote that it’s “what we all suspected. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what was going on: TRUMP COLLUDING WITH THE RUSSIANS TO THROW THE ELECTION TO HIM.” While the Times story didn’t go that far, Moore was only too happy to take the leap — and then some.

“So this is what I want done NOW,” he offered before launching into a list of demands — the most notable being that “so-called President Trump could save the country a lot of time, money and pain by stepping down tonight.” But then what? Is Moore cool with Vice President Mike Pence heading to the Oval Office? No way, he wrote: “Pence can’t be president as he, too, was elected under this same fraud.” Instead, Moore suggested the Supreme Court “has to rule either that the President is the winner of the popular vote OR the election must be held over.”

The “winner of the popular vote” is, of course, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. He added that “Republicans — the beneficiaries of this treason — cannot be allowed to hold on to the power by default. If it turns out there’s a traitor in the White House, the judicial branch must find a fair, peaceful way to un-do and then re-do the election of 2016.”

Moore at least stood up to his own party, demanding that the “weak and spineless Democrats bring Congress to a halt until investigative hearings are held and impeachment charges are filed. We don’t want to hear you Dems huff and puff and grandstand and take symbolic actions. We demand that you halt all actions being taken by an illegitimately elected government until this matter is resolved.”

His Tuesday post, which has garnered more than 36,000 shares, was still getting comments Thursday morning. Most seemed to enthusiastically back Moore’s demands — but a smattering went against the tide.

“I’m disappointed in MM’s lack of critical thinking regarding this topic,” one commenter replied. “To date we have no evidence that any of this is more than the establishment telling journalists what to say about the topic, which clearly has an agenda that reaches far, far beyond being anti-Trump. I suspect any ‘news’ story that provides no proof, no names, and nothing but speculation. I think that’s called propaganda.”

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3 minutes ago, Peter said:

From Warner Brothers. “What a maroon.” – Bugs Bunny.

From Walt Disney. Now, and forever, “MM” stands for “Mickey Mouse.”

.Is he funny or downright dangerous ? Yes. I won’t comment moore except to say, read this where the kiddies won’t hear any expletives.

Peter

Michael Moore wants Trump to step down and Clinton named president by Dave Urbanski Feb 16, 2017 9:10 am: Ultra-liberal filmmaker Michael Moore is at it again. On the heels of a New York Times story saying members of Republican President Donald Trump’s campaign had multiple interactions with senior Russian intelligence officials, Moore hopped on Facebook and wrote that it’s “what we all suspected. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out what was going on: TRUMP COLLUDING WITH THE RUSSIANS TO THROW THE ELECTION TO HIM.” While the Times story didn’t go that far, Moore was only too happy to take the leap — and then some.

“So this is what I want done NOW,” he offered before launching into a list of demands — the most notable being that “so-called President Trump could save the country a lot of time, money and pain by stepping down tonight.” But then what? Is Moore cool with Vice President Mike Pence heading to the Oval Office? No way, he wrote: “Pence can’t be president as he, too, was elected under this same fraud.” Instead, Moore suggested the Supreme Court “has to rule either that the President is the winner of the popular vote OR the election must be held over.”

The “winner of the popular vote” is, of course, former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. He added that “Republicans — the beneficiaries of this treason — cannot be allowed to hold on to the power by default. If it turns out there’s a traitor in the White House, the judicial branch must find a fair, peaceful way to un-do and then re-do the election of 2016.”

Moore at least stood up to his own party, demanding that the “weak and spineless Democrats bring Congress to a halt until investigative hearings are held and impeachment charges are filed. We don’t want to hear you Dems huff and puff and grandstand and take symbolic actions. We demand that you halt all actions being taken by an illegitimately elected government until this matter is resolved.”

His Tuesday post, which has garnered more than 36,000 shares, was still getting comments Thursday morning. Most seemed to enthusiastically back Moore’s demands — but a smattering went against the tide.

“I’m disappointed in MM’s lack of critical thinking regarding this topic,” one commenter replied. “To date we have no evidence that any of this is more than the establishment telling journalists what to say about the topic, which clearly has an agenda that reaches far, far beyond being anti-Trump. I suspect any ‘news’ story that provides no proof, no names, and nothing but speculation. I think that’s called propaganda.”

Constitutionally the Electors name the President  and when there is no majority of Electors,  the House of Representatives operating as an Elective body names the President  each State having one vote.  If Trump is disabled or removed from office, the Vice-President will assume the office just as the Constitution requires.  And there is no way that Hillary will ever be named President.  The only way she will get the office is to be voted in.  In 2020 Hillary will be 72 and I suspect not in the best of health.  So we will not have President Hillary with Bill as First Dude. 

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On 2/13/2017 at 0:30 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Donald Trump is Hitler!
Oops... Oops... Oops...

The fake news just keeps coming...

It's so odd to see an entire industry (the press) commit suicide in real time.

:)

Michael

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44 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

It's so odd to see an entire industry (the press) commit suicide in real time.

Shepard Smith's suicide note:

 

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2 hours ago, Rush Limbaugh, arbiter of truth, said:

There is no plan to deploy a hundred thousand National Guard troops somewhere throughout America to find illegal aliens and throw them over the wall, throw them over the fence. There is no such operation. AP reported fake news.

It's a funny story.  AP got its hands on a memorandum (which is here in PDF). The memorandum is a directive, under the authority of the Secretary of Homeland Security, John Kelly:

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-- here is the part of the memorandum that discusses state guards:

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-- so a memorandum was at least prepared by the staff of the Secretary. In it he directs ICE and CBP to enter into agreements to authorize State National Guard to perform as immigration officers.

If we were the reporters at AP who received this information, it seems basic journalism to get more information -- first finding out from contacts in DHS whether the memorandum was circulated to its recipients. The memo was prepared at least, so where did it go, did it cross the President's desk, or was this a purely DHS operational memo-in-development, version 4 of 9?

According to the reporters at AP, the White House refused comment on the memorandum, stonewalled inquiries. 

AP published the information received (without any answer by the White House or DHS) and with some breathless spin reported ... 

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Staffers in the Department of Homeland Security said the proposal had been discussed as recently as last Friday.

The 11-page document calls for the unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana.

Four states that border on Mexico were included in the proposal — California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas — but it also encompasses seven states contiguous to those four — Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Friday the document was "not a White House document."

"There is no effort to do what is potentially suggested," he said. Spicer called the AP report "100 percent not true, adding that there was "no effort at all to utilize the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants."

A DHS official described the document as a very early draft that was not seriously considered and never brought to the secretary for approval.

The AP had sought comment from the White House beginning Thursday and DHS earlier Friday and had not received a response from either.

Governors in the 11 states would have had a choice whether to have their guard troops participate, according to the memo, which bears the name of U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly, a retired four-star Marine general.

While National Guard personnel have been used to assist with immigration-related missions on the U.S.-Mexico border before, they have never been used as broadly or as far north.

The memo was addressed to the then-acting heads of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It would have served as guidance to implement the wide-ranging executive order on immigration and border security that President Donald Trump signed Jan. 25. Such memos are routinely issued to supplement executive orders.

Two curiosities for me:  what is wrong with the memo? I mean, reviving federal-state coordination under 287(g) and deputizing qualified state National Guard members seem like smart implementation of declared Trump policy, to gain control of the illegal population within the US.  So, why wouldn't the White House deputize to Kelly the detailed task of interagency and inter-jurisdictional collaboration in enforcing the new national policy?

The other curiosity is why the White House had no response to reporters from AP before the story broke.  Why stonewall?  It didn't make sense to me. Why didn't they say something like "draft memos circulate, it is neither signed nor a done deal. Wait until the finely-tuned machine finishes the process, idiots" ... ?

If the goal is to obscure details of policy implementation options, somebody won. Maybe Rush got down in the weeds of the draft memo language, to see if he agreed or not with the details. 

Why shouldn't Secretary Kelly order that qualified National Guard members be drafted to beef up detection, detention and deportation?  Why shouldn't the US use tools at hand -- including paramilitary forces -- to do the job?

The last funny thing is Spicer. He said it was not a White House document. He asserts that there is no effort to do what is "potentially suggested" in the memo. Well, why not? 

Probably this is the way the finely-tuned machine floats proposals. Stonewall on the 'potentially suggested' details, wait out the reporters questions, then slam down the reporting you were invited to correct, steering the ship of state effortlessly around shoals and ending up flushing a "proposal" down the toilet.

It is almost as if the White House press secretary has ruled out reviving a combined-forces framework for implementing Trump's policy. Was that what they wanted to do?  Is it off the table, never again to be considered, no final draft memo ever to be signed?

Trial balloon ...

Cynical, and conspiratorial.  But the kicker is in the story, "A DHS official described the document as a very early draft that was not seriously considered and never brought to the secretary for approval."

Why not?  There is a lot of meat in the memo.  Why flush it all down the toilet?

 

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45 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:
54 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

Trial balloon ...

Dayaamm, that sounds like

Flushing toilet.

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45 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

Flushing toilet.

William,

It kinda works like this (my made-up example, of course).

News fact: President Trump uses the White House bathroom for the first time.

Fake News Headline and story: Trump Craps all over the White House.

That might meet the gotcha filter, but it's more than perspective. What's worse, the added part always makes the message discardable. It's always about identifying a side in an "us versus them" thing, irrespective of how much hatred it conveys. Note that hatred is the most common added ingredient to denote sides.

We don't want to be haters, now do we? Noooooooooo.... Being a hater is a bad thing.

Besides... Confucius say, if you try to flush a balloon down a toilet, you will clog it up...

:) 

Michael

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6 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

It's so odd to see an entire industry (the press) commit suicide in real time.

This ain't going away.

Of all the campaigns the left-wing mainstream news should not have used against Trump, this is exactly the one they pumped hard (before settling on The Russians did it!).

It goes back to the homily: People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.

Now the major (soon to be minor) news agencies have to contend with the growth of an idea they didn't count on--that consumers would see them as the very monster they ranted and railed against.

This ain't going away.

Did I say that already. :) 

It's growing--and President Trump is helping:

Good.

This couldn't happen to a finer group of dark alley whores media professionals.

:)

Michael

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I tried to find the country of origin for that Apple ipad seven commercial and the net is rigged so you can't. What low life pieces of shit. The people look vaguely eastern European and there is yodeling in the commercial. What country is that?

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Milo goes on to a progressive humor show, Bill Maher, and gets Maher's audience to laugh. And he triggers the hell out of the progressives on the panel. Even comedian Larry Wilmore humped up like a mean bully and barked out, "Fuck you!" The look on Maher's face when that happened was priceless because he knew, at that moment and on the subconscious persuasion battlefield they were playing on, he did not take down Milo, but Milo took him down. 

Someone should tell Wilmore that self-righteous bullying is not comedy and maybe that's why he lost his own stint at The Nightly Show. 

And for the record, here is Maher's interview with Milo.

Maher wants to hate Milo, but he can't despite himself.

:)

btw - Here's more on Breitbart:

Bill Maher to MILO: ‘You Remind Me of a Young, Gay, Alive Christopher Hitchens’

Milo said that the left-wing Twittersphere exploded the moment Maher said that.

:) 

Michael

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