Steve Bannon’s telling temper tantrum

Posted by | January 27, 2017 08:06 | Filed under: Media/Show Business News Behaving Badly

Steve Bannon can’t keep his hatred of in informative free press in check:

President Donald Trump’s chief strategist has escalated the administration’s war with the media, labeling it “the opposition party” and suggesting that it “keep its mouth shut.”

“The media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just listen for awhile,” Steve Bannon said during a rare interview with The New York Times on Wednesday.

“I want you to quote this,” Bannon told the Times. “The media here is the opposition party. They don’t understand this country. They still do not understand why Donald Trump is the president of the United States.”

The remarks from Bannon, a right-wing populist and former executive at the aggressively anti-mainstream media website Breitbart, come as tensions between Trump’s White House and the media are running high.

Note to Bannon: when you’ve lost conservative columnist William Kristol…

Kristol responded by calling Bannon a “sensitive guy … Such a snowflake, really, right?” Kristol continued, “Poor guy, he’s in the White House. They’ve been there five, six days. He’s been looking forward to four years. Six months ago he’s editing a fringe website, now he’s in the White House.”

“He’s so insecure,” said Kristol. “I mean his boss Donald Trump is, too. All they can do is attack the media?”

There is no doubt that Bannon’s fury is in part a reaction to the media calling bullshit on the administration’s claims about the inauguration turnout – and that Bannon comes across as a bitter whiner who now understands that he and his boss do not control the narrative. Tactless Bannon’s outburst pretty much gave away the White House’s public relations game, a policy of bullying and intimidation that parallel’s the boss’s reputation and actions – and it is not working. And remember, this comes from the same guy who managed a Web site that was caught red-state-handed in effect lying about Shirley Sherrod.


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90 responses to Steve Bannon’s telling temper tantrum

  1. Carla Akins January 27th, 2017 at 08:19

    I do not believe it to be true that the media, or the left don’t understand why Trump won the election. I think we all get it and understand our part it in. What we have yet to figure out is how to reach those voters.

    • mea_mark January 27th, 2017 at 08:48

      I don’t think tRump or his administration understand why they won. They think the people love him, they don’t, he is just a tool for change. If the democrats had been for change, real change, with a real candidate pushing away from the status quo, they would have won.

      • Carla Akins January 27th, 2017 at 10:48

        I can’t get past Trump calling his supporters at the inauguration his “fans”. Fans. FFS, they are supporters or constituents or base or fellow countrymen…..JFC….fans?

        • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 11:19

          That would be appropriate if he were still just a cheesy “reality” show host.

          • granpa.usthai January 27th, 2017 at 15:00

            all the world ‘s a stage

            and we get the clown show!

        • Ed VanDyke January 27th, 2017 at 14:40

          No… “Fans” is EXACTLY right. It’s a term used by those too lazy to say “fanatics” (AKA “extremists”)…

          • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 16:36

            I’m a baseball extremist.

    • Willys41 January 27th, 2017 at 12:27

      Democrats lost because they lost the War of Lies and Smears perpetrated against HRC for the better part of 10 years..

      Now it’s time to fight fire with napalm — metaphorically speaking, of course.

      • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:54

        When fire is the problem the solution is not more of the problem.
        Fight fire with water.

        Go back through the blog posts here over the last year.
        See how many you can find that talked about how great Hillary was.
        See how many you can find that lay out and explain the liberal agenda.

        • oldfart January 28th, 2017 at 11:51

          “Fingerpointing, jeering, name-calling and bitching does not present a superior agenda that will cause voters to prefer us.”

          It sure worked for the tea party…
          Obstruction worked for the republicans.
          Corporate greed and income in-equality fueled the fire.
          Xenophobia and racism runs unabated.
          republicans have been playing the long game.
          The good news is the angry white majority will go extinct beginning in 2040 ish…the bad news is I’ll be long dead before that happens.
          So perhaps you may understand and excuse me for venting (and voting Democratic party all my life)…I’ve done all the things that a good little voter is supposed to do given the limits of my income, education and time left remaining.
          but right now and more to the point, I am finding your “I told you so” comments and attitude here are as useful as tits on a nun.
          *disclaimer and apology* no personal offense to you or to nuns.

          • burqa January 30th, 2017 at 19:34

            When assholes are the problem the solution is not more assholes.
            Good grief, get some standards!

            You are using the same faulty logic Trump used when he said we should torture prisoners because ISIS does it.

            George Washington knew better, and did not let the poor behavior of others determine his standards. British torture and abuse of prisoners was well-known, but Washington said:
            Treat them with humanity, and Let them have no reason to Complain of our Copying the brutal example of the British army in their Treatment of our unfortunate brethren

            Waywayway back when I was a kid my point was put as:
            Just because Little Johnny down the street jumps off the roof, it doesn’t mean YOU should jump off the roof.

            Just because the Right has an asshole wing does not mean we should have an asshole wing on the Left.

            To your last point, no offense taken. It’s a waste of time to try to tell me what to say or not say. People have tried, and failed, to do that to me here for 10 years.

      • KABoink_after_wingnut_hacker January 27th, 2017 at 16:31

        Exactly

    • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 16:15

      I wish I could agree, but I can’t.
      All during the campaign I pointed out that Trump was strangling Hillary’s campaign on this site and elsewhere.
      Our voters failed to show up, in large part, I think, to the smug overconfidence we were displaying during the campaign. That overconfidence led many to stay home, figuring one less vote wouldn’t mean much in the landslide that never came.

      I don’t see anyone changing the approach that I pointed out had a 0-16 won/loss record in the primaries and now has a 0-17 won/loss record.
      This site illustrates clearly for me that few of us learned anything.
      It’s still all Trump, all the time here.

      Ms. Akins, I wish you’d been here 10 years ago when I logged on. This site was a great place to go to read about what’s so good about liberal ideas. They were presented positively as a superior alternative.
      The discussions were polite and respectful. We welcomed conservatives because when we debated them in an adult manner and stayed on topic they had little choice but concede. The occasional flamer was told “We don’t do it that way here”, because screaming “Nazi go home!” at a right-winger prevented the rest of us from slicing and dicing in debate and gave the righties an escape.
      We saw how awful the Tea Party was and we wanted to avoid that; but now lots of us think copying the worst aspects of the Tea Party is the way to go (see Willys41’s post, below).

      When the Left, here and elsewhere, gets the initiative back and spends as much time talking about what’s so good about our ideas in a positive manner as they do clubbing Trump, we will have begun to learn our lesson.

      Ms. Akins, the last time I saw a pro-Hillary blog post here was waywayway back during the convention. Here, a site once called Liberaland, we rarely see a blog post that puts forth a positive message that lays out why our ideas on a particular topic are superior.
      All we are doing is backing up and dancing to the tune Trump is playing.
      We – the Left, here and elsewhere, in leadership and the rank-and-file, continue to use the same approach that had a 0-16 won/loss record in the primaries and now has a 0-17 won/loss record after the general. If we keep doing the same thing we will keep getting the same results.

    • burqa January 30th, 2017 at 19:57

      Good points.
      I don’t see much need to change on issues, but I do see 2 areas we need to work on.
      One, is we have to go to work on the local and state level. We have something like 6 states with a Democratic governor and legislature. Republicans worked within the system to dominate as they do in state governments and we need to do the same.
      Two, the national leadership of the Democratic Party does a lousy job of organizing.
      Wasn’t it great to see all the people in the women’s march after election day?
      With a vile chauvinist like Trump, the Democratic Party should have organized such a demonstration in the weeks before the election.
      Why haven’t the Dems organized large demonstrations of people who got health insurance from Obamacare? State legislatures should be swamped with such demonstrations.

      On election night, the first sense of foreboding came for me when we lost Florida. Our people didn’t show up and I was reminded of the phrase I used so many times here, referring to our “smug overconfidence.”
      Then Hillary barely took Virginia and I got perturbed.
      Well, I figured it would come down to Trump having to take at least 4 of the following six states: Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and North Carolina.
      There again, our people didn’t show up.
      John King of CNN nailed it with analysis down to the city and county level. Had Obama voters shown up in Milwaukee, Detroit, Philadelphia and a couple counties, Hillary would have won.

      I think a major reason we didn’t get our people out there was sites like this, social media and the regular media ignored our gal and only talked about Trump.
      Negative advertising has worked to sell products going back at least to when Eccedrin was sold using footage of Alice Cooper.
      We let Hillary down.

      That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be furious about Russian hacking, we should.
      We didn’t get our people to the polls and the Republicans did, in spite of the greatest division I’ve seen in the GOP since Watergate.

  2. Mensa Member January 27th, 2017 at 09:33

    Bannon has the persecution complex of every white supremacist.

  3. William January 27th, 2017 at 10:08

    Angry drunk says what? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0c2380a7e7b7d6b4c8f8151604637b8c80e6855707468df6bdb3d37ab6a7785a.jpg

    • crc3 January 27th, 2017 at 10:10

      He looks like some homeless guy they pulled in off the streets!

      • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 11:21

        Does he live under a dumpster or in a refrigerator box?

        • crc3 January 27th, 2017 at 12:48

          We would be better off if he was six feet under…

      • granpa.usthai January 27th, 2017 at 14:56

        may explain why the white house is missing the very 1st 1st c*nt (to use the American christian language of the leader of trumpland)residing there?

        Hell, we don’t even know if he’s wearing pants or in his pink panties.

      • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:49

        ……………I think I saw him the other night in a wife-beater on “Cops”……

    • granpa.usthai January 27th, 2017 at 14:54

      STFU and let me do the reporting stuff?

  4. Gina Bousquet January 27th, 2017 at 10:09

    The media will have to actively support the resistance. Calling Trump out on his lies and stupid!ty is what the press should have done ceaselessly during his campaign but they were too shy.

    • Suzanne McFly January 27th, 2017 at 10:29

      No one expected this ba$tard to “win” and now his team is going nuts because he is being held accountable for everything he says and does. As the right wing nut job candidate, no one took him seriously. We refused to look and see how many voters were upset about their income or their chances to get ahead and we and we did not address their issues. Now that we know they voted in support of this incredible disaster, the press is finally doing their job. You are 100% correct that the press has to support the resistance and all they have to do is report the facts. For the last 2 years, rump has never had to back up his words, now he does.

      • Gina Bousquet January 27th, 2017 at 10:46

        Polls played a huge part in keeping the country blind too. They kept the people sure his chances were very low up to a couple of months before the election. Now this absurd administration of his has no idea whatsoever of what it means to govern a country, amateurs in the Oval Office! The country would have to count on a strong press and a strong Congress. But the Congress, well…

        • Suzanne McFly January 27th, 2017 at 17:07

          Completely agree, the polls played a huge part in this. How many stayed home because they knew Hillary was going to win so why bother piling on?

          • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 17:13

            Hillary kept telling us, over and over, she thought it would be close. We didn’t listen to her about that or much else.
            We were too busytalking about Trump.

            Here, we’d get poll results and I never felt comfortable because with all his dumbass, Hillary should have been up by 30 or more points, and I kept saying so here. The fact that he was not just hanging on, but was gaining momentum in spite of all the dumb things he was saying and Hillary winning all 3 debates alarmed me.

          • Gina Bousquet January 27th, 2017 at 18:36

            I still did not read a good analysis that would explain the combination of factors that arrived in such impredictible disaster. Though I’m very sure Russian influence and Comey were part of the forces that put him there.

            • Suzanne McFly January 27th, 2017 at 21:07

              Those are the two helpers (Russia and Comey) that I believe put him there also, without both of them, he would of lost.

              • Gina Bousquet January 27th, 2017 at 21:24

                That this is not throroughly investigated or at least seriously discussed by the Democratic party is beyond me.

                • Suzanne McFly January 27th, 2017 at 22:07

                  Just like a post I read earlier (on Twitter I think, I have too many pages open to remember lol) about how the democrats are acting like they lost the election. They act like they garnered a smaller amount of votes and they didn’t. They need to step up and scream.

                  • Gina Bousquet January 27th, 2017 at 22:21

                    Yes, scream from the top of their lungs! They are so coy!!!

                    • Suzanne McFly January 28th, 2017 at 10:12

                      Coy? I have a couple words that I feel is a good description and they aren’t as nice as your word lol.

                    • Gina Bousquet January 28th, 2017 at 10:33

                      I know! :) Suggest some words please, I must learn, you know I struggle with colloquial English.

                    • William January 28th, 2017 at 10:38

                      Bigly!

                    • Gina Bousquet January 28th, 2017 at 10:46

                      For the behavior of the Democratic Congress? I need heavily derrogatory words

                    • Suzanne McFly January 28th, 2017 at 12:25

                      You have a beautiful vocabulary, you are using your words correctly. I am at the point where my brain jumps to cuss words when I read anything concerning trump, but you keep it clean and you should be proud of that :)

                    • Gina Bousquet January 28th, 2017 at 12:41

                      Dear Suzanne, I keep it clean because I don’t have the bad words. At least some times. :)

                    • oldfart January 28th, 2017 at 12:44

                      If I may be of assistance… ;)https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fb8327088f041e307d4e013607fee7cc06acf85df31f54a7f0c94283390eb2cd.jpg

                    • Gina Bousquet January 28th, 2017 at 12:54

                      Saved it! Very erudite cursing! :) :) Thank you dear friend!

      • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:47

        I disagree with you two wonderful ladies. We will be in even bigger trouble if the press takes political sides. Journalists must remain as unbiased as possible.

        The only lefty here who thought he had a chance was me.
        In the last couple weeks I began to get confident Hillary would win, but thought it would be close, as she did.

        Trump used his bombastic act to win the news cycle every day.
        He was an unconventional candidate – meaning ordinary rules didn’t apply to him. My misgivings began early on, when his dumbass comments, such as those about McCain, didn’t hurt him. Instead he just kept getting stronger. He was succeeding the same way negative publicity or advertising can work.
        As I said yesterday – never play the other fellow’s game. We got tricked into a pissing contest with a world champ at pissing contests.
        Remember how many times I pointed out that Trump was strangling Hillary’s campaign on this site and so many others?
        He’s now strangling the Left in general.

        Ummmmmm, anyone else noticing how no one is talking about our better ideas?
        That’s what this site used to be.
        It used to be a place one could see various positions held by the Left expounded upon in a positive manner. This site used to be a great place to come to in order to read what’s so good about our side and the things we believe, expressed positively with a smile.

        Now it’s all Trump, all the time, 24/7.

        • Suzanne McFly January 27th, 2017 at 21:09

          I think this site has a lot of trump stories because we are all still pissed off that he in sitting in the White House. We want him in front of us constantly until we get him removed.

      • Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 16:51

        and he won’t have to. This is a signature move for the republicans – lie, cheat and steal, anything to get elected, and worry about the consequences never. Since the days of Reagan, the GOP has been lying to us, and we never call them out on it. Sad.

  5. oldfart January 27th, 2017 at 11:14

    “The media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just listen for awhile,”

    Listen to whom…Steve ?

    • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 11:23

      They kept their mouths shut for too long when they should have challenged him. Now might be too late for them to speak up, but it’s better than never.

      • whatthe46 January 27th, 2017 at 12:11

        the media played right into his hands for ratings and now the honeymoon is over. looks like their trying to find their balls.

        • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:29

          All of us played into his hands.
          I never felt good about Hillary’s lead or the way we were responding to Trump and kept saying so, but no one listened.
          We helped him strangle Hillary’s campaign. I recall talking to you about it and you replied something like, “But it’s so much fun!”
          We all felt that way.

          Ruth Bader Ginsberg is 83.

          • whatthe46 January 27th, 2017 at 17:53

            no one, except those involved, knew about Russia’s extensive involvement, gerrymandering & voter suppression like the GOP/RNC. Hillary’s numbers were correct. then you’ve got comey. 800k people turned away from the polls. in MI not all the votes counted. no we were right in believing that she had this, when you consider a fair election. the media got played in that they only covered him and his rants for ratings, and never the lies or called him out. we, smart people did vote the way we should have. yes, it was fun watching him make a fool of himself. but, i don’t control the media.

  6. Willys41 January 27th, 2017 at 12:25

    There has never been a bigger pack of losers than the hyenas now occupying the White House. And if we survive this infestation it should be a lesson to all the ignorant fools who put this despicable gang of scumbags in office.

    • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 13:29

      The ones who didn’t vote, and the ones who voted for Johnson/Stein, just as much as the ones who actually voted for trump.

      • granpa.usthai January 27th, 2017 at 14:50

        will have to disagree on that.

        Clinton WON the ELECTION by 3,000,000 + votes.
        trump won the electoral .
        wouldn’t have mattered if Clinton or any other candidate had won the ELECTION by any margin of a landslide
        trump won the electoral.
        by using the exact same tactics they’re trying right now – JFC, it’s all they’ve learned to do since childhood, I don’t see them changing now.

        They will be a failed Administration, and like the insecure fearful little bullies they are, they will do as much damage to America as possible…just as predicted by those of us who have LIVED the experience before.

        Clinton was ELECTED
        trump was SELECTED

        • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 14:55

          But according to the same rules the country has used since they started having elections, he was elected. I don’t like the system any better than you do. It doesn’t make sense. But if more people had voted, or fewer had thrown away their votes on Johnson/Stein, he wouldn’t be there.

          • Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 15:29

            I agree. I think it was Bernie supporters spitefully voting for Trump and Johnson/Stein that caused HRC the election. Of course, Russia getting involved in US elections didn’t help either.

            • KABoink_after_wingnut_hacker January 27th, 2017 at 16:40

              Agreed and they still don’t take responsibility for their actions.

      • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:20

        Yep.
        I continually tried to point out our “smug overconfidence” here, but no one listened.
        Hillary kept telling people it was going to be close, but no one listened.
        Trump got more Latino votes than Romney did.
        John King on CNN laid it out clearly, showing how the absence of Obama voters in Philadelphia and a couple counties in Michigan and Wisconsin, cost Hillary 3 states and the election.
        Trump rolled in here and strangled Hillary’s campaign on this site right before our eyes and now he’s strangling the Left in general here, using the same strategy that put him in the White House.

        We let Hillary down, plain and simple.
        Take a look around this place – we have not learned our lesson. If we keep letting Trump win the news cycle every day and help him strangle our own candidates then Trump’s winning streak will continue.
        One would think that such a shocking defeat would have been enough to rattle some sense into people, but it hasn’t. Instead of changing our approach and getting out of the leg-hold trap that Trump tricked us into stepping in, we are merely settling in, making ourselves comfortable with the trap we are in.

      • KABoink_after_wingnut_hacker January 27th, 2017 at 16:39

        Absolutely!
        Personally they bare more responsibility because they were aware of how dangerous Trump was and thought it was cute to risk the SCOTUS for a stupid purist protest vote.

        • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 16:47

          Third party candidates never do well because this country is built on a two party system. Like it or not, that’s what it is. It’s not a parliamentary system like Canada or the UK, where a minority candidate still gets a part in government.

      • Ed VanDyke January 27th, 2017 at 17:58

        The non-voters should be profoundly ashamed of themselves. But I can’t judge those others too harshly. The very first Presidential ballot I ever cast was for Ross Perot (specifically because he wasn’t a D or R). And that helped to put a Clinton in office… :)

    • Ed VanDyke January 27th, 2017 at 14:30

      Unfortunately we can’t really blame the scumbags. They did EVERYTHING humanly possible (and then some) to be clear they were unfit for office. But the more they demonstrated it, the more American slaggery gobbled it up…

  7. Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 13:59

    He’s right about one thing. I STILL don’t “understand why Donald Trump is the president of the United States.” He has no qualifications. None. Oh sure, Reagan was a HUUUUUUGE pile’o sh*t, and stupid beyond belief, but he WAS governor of California. I’m pretty sure Ronnie was elected in 1967, the year all of California lost their collective minds.

    • Larry Schmitt January 27th, 2017 at 14:08

      All that weed and acid.

      • Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 15:13

        I KNEW there was a good reason I like California.

    • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:05

      Easy.
      Democrats who voted for Obama didn’t show up. If they had, Hillary would have won Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
      We were smugly overconfident, with the only disagreement being how massive the landslide for Hillary was going to be.
      We failed to see that Trump was an unconventional candidate. We treated him like a conventional one. We let him call the tune and control the conversation.
      The result was Trump, in effect, swept onto this site and many, many others and strangled Hillary’s campaign before our eyes and we insisted on helping out. Shoot, the last blog post I saw here talking about what was so good about Hillary was during the convention.
      Look at how many ads on TV sell products by featuring stupid or obnoxious characters. Negative advertising works and so can negative publicity, if handled properly. In Hollywood they say any publicity is good publicity.
      We adopted an approach that had a 0-16 won/loss record and now that approach to Trump has a 0-17 won/loss record.
      Trump bored a hole in the septum of our noses, ran a rope through there and has been dragging us around for months.

      I repeatedly tried to raise the alarm during the campaign on these points, here and elsewhere, but no one listened. Jeering at Trump was too much fun, and got to be addictive.
      If we continue the same approach it will achieve a 0-18 won/loss record.

      • Duke Woolworth January 27th, 2017 at 16:25

        Clinton took those states for granted, generated too little excitement, and lost.

        • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 16:29

          It wasn’t her failure, it was ours, for the reasons I gave and more.

          Think back, Mr. Woolworth, on how much time you spent during the campaign talking about how great Hillary was.
          Every day it was Trump Trump Trump, wasn’t it?
          Be honest.

          • Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 16:42

            I’ll answer that. Not ONCE did I talk about how great Hillary was. I was a Bernie fan. However, since he wasn’t the nominee, I held my nose and voted for HRC.

            • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 16:55

              I preferred Jim Webb. But I liked Hillary and Bernie and the guy from Maryland, too.
              But Bunya, between the time Bernie dropped out and Election Day, it was Trump Trump Trump 24/7 for you too, wasn’t it?

              Right now we are still backing up, still just reacting and letting Trump set the agenda and he’s still winning the news cycle daily.
              Yeah, clubbing Trump is fun.
              But it’s going to be Trump nominating the replacement fror Scalia and probably Notorious RBG and Stevens, too – all because we didn’t get our people to the polls and were having so much fun clubbing Trump to notice he was only getting stronger.

              One reason I liked Hillary is it would get Bill back in there, close to the action. Alan has a nice chapter in his book, Red, White and Liberal about why Bill Clinton was the best president we’ve had since FDR.

              • Bunya January 27th, 2017 at 17:15

                I said very little about Trump when he was running. Probably because I didn’t care because I thought he was going to lose. As for Clinton being the “best president”, well that’s YOUR opinion. I think Barack Obama was closest to FDR policies than Clinton. I never got over NAFTA and the way Clinton bent over backwards trying to please the GOP.

                • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 17:28

                  If you didn’t talk much about Trump during the campaign, then you are in a tiny minority.
                  Superstar Bill Clinton took us from a near-record deficit to a budget surplus.
                  He won a war without losing a man in combat.
                  He chopped the numbers below the poverty line in half.
                  He took unemployment from 7.4% to 3.8 and closed out at 4.1 or 4.2.
                  He was the best at reducing unemployment for people of color.
                  Clinton made Social Security solvent out to 2052.
                  We had the best GDP growth under Clinton and the best increases in disposable income.
                  Clinton brought peace to Northern Ireland and restored democracy to Haiti.
                  I could go on and on, but these are some things no one else topped in my lifetime.

                  It’s a shame that people have forgotten.
                  Part of the revival of the Democrats needs to include reminding people what we have done for America.

                  • Bunya January 30th, 2017 at 10:11

                    Like I said, Clinton was YOUR best president, not mine. In my opinion, FDR was the best president we had, second was Obama and then Kennedy, and Kennedy could have first, but unfortunately his life was cut short before he could accomplish more.

  8. jybarz January 27th, 2017 at 14:53

    Imagine what’s it gonna be like when the USA will eventually become US of SR. It’s not very long now with Maggot Trump being a not too secret Top Russian spy.

    • burqa January 27th, 2017 at 15:07

      The lizard people in the Trilateral Commission will never allow it……

  9. William January 27th, 2017 at 15:26

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dbdcd250295fcbf25db627143f4656b4cb0a486a235b0be5275e1ed47a0bd43d.jpg

    • StoneyCurtisll January 27th, 2017 at 22:05

      Put on a tie~!

    • fahvel January 28th, 2017 at 02:58

      a long tie to tickle the left over shriveled family jewel.

    • burqa January 30th, 2017 at 20:09

      heheheheh

  10. StoneyCurtisll January 27th, 2017 at 17:55

    Let us take a brief break for a comedic moment…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osWS7q4TLMI

  11. whatthe46 January 27th, 2017 at 23:59

    talk about temper tantrum.
    https://twitter.com/moonalli/status/825200778503716865

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