Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Donald Trump hires the head of Breitbart News to be CEO of his campaign. That scraping sound you hear is the bottom of the barrel.

Stephen K. Bannon
Courtesy of the New York Post:  

Donald Trump is shaking up his campaign again, bringing in Breitbart News’ Stephen Bannon as campaign CEO and promoting pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager. 

The move comes just 82 days before the election as a slew of national and battleground state polls show Trump losing to Hillary Clinton. 

Trump told The Associated Press in a phone interview early Wednesday that he has known both individuals for a long time. He says, “They’re terrific people, they’re winners, they’re champs, and we need to win it,” he said.

As Politico points out Bannon is an odd choice: 

Donald Trump's new campaign CEO Stephen Bannon is "a little controversial," Ted Cruz's former campaign spokesman Rick Tyler said Wednesday. 

"You probably hear from a lot of people who have worked with Bannon that he's not the easiest person to get along with. He has a very volatile temper," Tyler said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."

Noting that Bannon, who is temporarily stepping away from his role with Breitbart News, has "never worked on a campaign," Tyler added, "we'll see if he's actually there to manage a campaign when he's never done one before. We'll see." 

So an ill tempered asshole who has never worked on a campaign. Sounds like a perfect match for this candidate.

I'm just surprised that Bannon had time to work on a campaign along with his responsibilities to that Phil Robertson movie and everything.

But no need to panic because Trump also has the disgraced former head of Fox News on his team.

So let's see.

Trump's campaign now consists of a Right Wing propagandist, a serial sex abuser, and a possible Russian sleeper agent.

Sounds like a can't miss team to me.


  1. Anonymous8:36 AM

    Is this the same Stephen Bannon who wrote and produced the movie "The Undefeated" starring our favorite grifter Sarah Palin?

    1. Anonymous9:02 AM


    2. Jkarov9:23 AM

      Yes, Bannon is one of the delusional idiots that decided that making a movie about Sarah Palin would somehow convince Americans that she wasn't actually a lunatic, defeated, failed, quitter.

      98% of the entire USA population realized eventually that Palin was a racist, ignorant, xenophobic, backwoods, moose nugget who got incredibly lucky during the jobs she failed at,
      and was chosen by McCain as a triple down eye candy teaser in a hail Mary play during the 2008 election.

      Bannon is a psychopathic nutcase conspiracy theorist who is the last thing a failing campaign needs.

      Like Palin, Trump is stirring the dregs of the white nationalist racism that exists all over the USA, and trying to parlay that into a win.

      Trump is doomed by not only demographics, but by the insults, lies, gaffes, lawsuits, immorality and ignorance he so easily spews out of his pie hole.

    3. Anonymous10:54 AM

      Chris Kyle was body guard for his dear old friends, Todd and Sarah Palin, at the premier of this major failure.

      Now all that this campaign team is missing is Sarah Palin. Hell to the yes! Bring in Bristol!

    4. Trump is hiring inexperienced people so he can blame THEM if he loses.

    5. Anonymous8:13 PM

      Maybe he's counting on Bannon making a movie about him after he loses.

      "The Unelectable"

  2. Anonymous8:37 AM

    Ah yes, he's the one that made that stupid propaganda movie "Undefeated" about the quitting loser from Alaska lol. This should be a hoot!

    1. Anonymous9:07 AM

      Yep! The Craptastic Undefeated!
      I keep telling people Sarah LOSER Palin is advising trump but no one pays attention!
      Watch for a Full feature propaganda film next!
      Either before or after the debates especially after he quits the debate b/c its "Rigged"!
      Watch for it!

  3. Anonymous8:39 AM


  4. Anonymous8:39 AM

    O/T :( $arah


    @#$%& = (Son Of A Bitch)

    In a telephone interview Friday, MEYER said, “I wrote my book to the best of my recollection of what happened. And if that’s not it, then that's not it.”

    &%$#@! = (Oh Fuc_!)

    OCTOBER 14, 2013

    Videos shot by Army medevac helicopter crewmen show no Taliban in that vicinity or anywhere else on the floor of the Ganjgal Valley at the time and location of the “swarm.” The videos also conflict with the version of the incident in Marine Corps and White House accounts of how Meyer, now 25, of Columbia, Ky., came to be awarded the nation’s highest military decoration for gallantry...

    Former Army Capt. William Swenson, who’s to receive a Medal of Honor from President Barack Obama on Tuesday for gallantry in the same battle, declined in an interview Sunday to directly address questions about the purported swarming of Meyer’s vehicle.

    But, he said, the videos showed the reality of what happened in the Ganjgal Valley on Sept. 8, 2009.

    “Those videos allowed me to relive the reality of that battlefield: what I saw, what other people saw, where people were, the valley, the terraces, the trees, the friendlies,” meaning Afghan and U.S. forces, said Swenson, 34, of Seattle. “It shows the truth of that battle, a truth I never expected to see again.”

    In a telephone interview Friday, Meyer said, “I wrote my book to the best of my recollection of what happened. And if that’s not it, then that’s not it.”

    After reviewing the videos, Meyer said his vehicle was charged after the helicopter had departed with Swenson’s wounded sergeant and an injured Afghan soldier. His book, however, puts the “swarm” before the aircraft landed for the pair.

    Bing West, who co-authored the book, didn’t address the videos in an email, saying only that a McClatchy reporter who survived the ambush “has annually dredged up baseless innuendoes to attack the Medal of Honor process and to denigrate the valor of Meyer."

    The videos aren’t the only new evidence that’s surfaced that disputes crucial events described in the official accounts and in Meyer’s book...

    There's more at:

    Thanks to SPHASH's post
    Wednesday, August 17, 2016
    "Dakota Meyer is a man without honor"

    Thanks to SPLASH I Googled "McClatchy dakota meyer" and found a whole bunch of websites that contradicts Sarah's MOH Dakota's account of what happened

  5. Don't forget what the Bannon hire may mean to Sarah Palin supporters, Gryphen. At Bannon's suggestion to the Trump family, she may -- with great fanfare from C4P/PalinEarthquake, etc -- swoop into town (NYC) to revive Trump after he crashes and burns at the September 26th debate.

    1. Anonymous9:12 AM

      She'll be Trump's geography coach.

    2. Anonymous11:23 AM

      I'm sure her little fan club c4pee is all excited over this. It's another "sign" lmao.

    3. Anonymous12:20 PM

      Doesn't she live too far away for that kind of thing??

  6. Anonymous8:42 AM

    Donald Trump Put a Sarah Palin Superfan in Charge of His Campaign

    1. Anonymous11:19 AM

      I guess there isn't any doubt now that Trump is intentionally sabotaging his campaign.

    2. Anonymous8:16 PM

      I don't think we can say for certain Trump is sabotaging his campaign until he hires Sarah Palin, she starts campaigning as his surrogate, or she makes his appointment list for something.

  7. Anonymous8:43 AM

    Don't forget that Bannon wrote and directed "The Undefeated" for the oft-defeated Sarah Palin. I believe he also lost a boatload of money on it.

  8. Anonymous8:43 AM


  9. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Bannon made the movie about a grandiose Sarah Palin. He seems like a good fit for Trump. I anticipate hearing extreme conspiracies, hate speech to a sued claims from the reorganized Trump team. This sounds like a recipe for more disaster for Trump.

  10. Anonymous8:44 AM

    RAM just had an orgasm thinking she will now be writing Donald campaign speeches.

    1. Anonymous9:13 AM

      Oh geez, and doesn't Quitter write for them occasionally? She's probably drooling at the thought of Bannon asking her for help!! Please proceed, Trump. LOSER!

  11. Anonymous8:55 AM

    Sure, good luck with that! People are getting sick of the right wing and the same old people spouting the same old nonsense; good luck trying to polish the Trump Turd.

    This was evidenced last night here in AK as it was a bad night for many old stalwart incumbents, some of them were the worst offenders when it came to creating gridlock in the Legislature.

    Only 12% of registered voters went to the polls, meaning that our votes counted even more! A lot of the old guard won't be returning to Juneau and there is great hope that of those not running unopposed for House and Senate the Dem candidate may be the stronger of the two.

    Thanks to all of you who voted, it truly was a great night!

    1. Anonymous9:29 AM

      Lynn Gattis?

      Buh Bye!

    2. Anonymous9:51 AM

      That was the icing on the cake for sure! I took a Republican ballot just so I could vote for her opponent, a lot of us Non-Partisans did. It was past time for her to go!

    3. Anonymous10:09 AM

      I hope that Lynn Fattis is has to crawl back to her mouse hole and resorts to crunchwraps and Dr Pepper!

    4. Anonymous10:16 AM

      And, tootle do to Bob Lynn who should have retired long ago. Enjoy your forced retirement, Bob! You do deserve it and I mean that kindly!

    5. Anonymous10:21 AM

      Good to see a change in the Alaska Legislature - it's been long time coming!

      Now, Alaska voters need to vote Lisa
      Murkowski OUT

    6. Anonymous1:45 PM

      It would be poetic justice seeing Lisa go but it won't happen. They put in Ohio Dan and they'll take anything with an R, they'd take Joe Miller before a Democrat.

      And will Don Young celebrate his 100th birthday still in office? If there was ever a useless bit of skin that needed cutting off it's him.

  12. Anonymous8:55 AM

    Is that Rebecca A. Mansour (Sarah's SarahPac speech writer) sitting on that couch?

    1. Anonymous9:17 AM

      No. The one pictured on the couch is way too feminine looking to be RAM.
      Am I the only one who felt sorry for that couch?

    2. Anonymous9:26 AM

      That's not a woman that's a man baby!

    3. Anonymous2:20 PM

      9:26AM It looks like an older lesbian who has aged badly.

    4. Anonymous4:36 PM

      I knew he looked like Heather! Bingo!

  13. Anonymous8:56 AM

    Seems to me that Trump brought these guys into his fold because they 'like' him which we all know is the paramount thing to him! They can be in his prescense while HE runs his campaign the way HE wants to!

    Hopefully, he'll flunk big time and lose to Hillary!

  14. Anonymous9:02 AM

    I hope this means that Conway won't constantly be on CNN sitting among their panel (that includes Lewandowski). There's no way she should be with her new position. It'd be so unfair.

    1. A. J. Billings9:28 AM

      Conway looks and sounds like a talking bobblehead that is thoroughly brainwashed by the Elitists Oligarchs into supporting an accused rapist and sociopath like Trump.

      Ditto for the simpleton Kayleigh Mcenany, who in spite of a Harvard education is carrying water for a lunatic like Trump

  15. Anonymous9:10 AM

    Is that supposed to be a man on that couch? Old Sarah sure can pick 'em.

  16. Anonymous9:13 AM

    “Every night in Milwaukee, there is someone being shot, and they make nothing of that until a cop is involved, and then all of a sudden it’s always blamed on the cop,” said Mr. Beck, who added that he hoped West Bend’s black population would not increase. He tied much of the unrest in Milwaukee to his belief that black residents do not want to work hard and instead want to use police killings to get handouts from the government.

    “If somebody is killed, they think we owe them something,”
    "“Donald Trump is running a campaign where he is seeking to be the voice of angry white folks,” said Walter Bond"

  17. Anonymous9:14 AM

    He looks about as healthy as Breitbart when he keeled over. If he dies, it's another 'murder' on Hillary's list, right?

  18. Anonymous9:20 AM

    Looking at that guy in those shorts, with that purty face,made me think of the 'squeal like a pig's scene from "Deliverance".

    1. Anonymous2:21 PM

      No one in their right mind would bend that over a log.

  19. That there guy LOOKs nice.
    For a baboon.

    Wouldn't a picture of Mansour sitting next to him be a great cover for ,oh, I dunno, GQ?

    Must look like all of the rest of the "cool kids" at Sarah's table!

  20. Anonymous9:30 AM

    Sarah is getting excited thinking Steve Bannon will bring her back on board the Trump campaign.

    Unfortunately this will end up like the tuna commercial .. sorry Charlie.

  21. Anonymous9:31 AM

    Ring a ding dong....Hello? Mr Trump it is time for your briefing. aaaah Yes, this is huge, big and I big so my top advisors, Flynn and Christie will be joining us. Yes mr trump. click. Ok lets get started, President Obama and 17 security agencies are present. Mr Trump your entire circle of friends, family, staff and Russian operatives are under massive surveillance and we have found massive huge big treason to the usa and that you and buddies have a coordinated huge big illegal operation going on today. Cisco told us that you are in big rumpin trouble along with all the cons that your have hired. This is your daily briefing mr trump. Flynn and Christie chit their panties. and all went well. Ringy ding dong.....hello?

    1. Anonymous9:49 AM

      now that got a giggle. about the only kind of security brief i think trump deserves at this time, if not ever.

  22. Anonymous9:32 AM

    With crispy FAT cream>

  23. Anonymous9:32 AM

    LOL. Less than 90 days until the election and Trump's already failing run for the presidency is now being managed by someone with absolutely no previous campaign experience.

    This will be a hoot. All the unforced errors that will most certainly happen, that could have been avoided with campaign seasoned staff.

    1. Anonymous12:56 PM

      I'm not counting any chickens until the election is over.

  24. Anonymous9:39 AM

    I wonder if Manafort will leave soon. He's not been producing, plus there's this Russian/Ukraine stuff. I won't be surprised if he quietly slips away over the weekend.

    1. Anonymous12:41 PM

      Drumpf's adult kids and Malania are all OUT of the country or MIA. He will be taking a long vacation?

    2. Anonymous12:58 PM

      Ivanka is buying EarCuffs, wonder if she likes HandCuffs too?>

      What a GREAT result...

  25. Anonymous9:43 AM

    I'm going to vote for Clinton, but at the same time, I almost(!) feel sorry for the remnants of the old Republican guard. Trump has fired Manafort as his campaign manager and brought in two figures who will not tell him to be more central. This will let him be a full-time racist, and the more he goes on, the worse things are going to get for him.

    According to Melissa McEwan of Shakesville, Trump is the result of 36 years of GOP campaigning.
    "How did we end up with Trump.
    Low expectations for Reagan.
    Lower expectations for Bush I.
    Even lower expectations for Bush II.
    McCain picks Palin.
    And zero expectations of Trump to be a decent human being from Day One."

    The GOP did that postmortem after the 2012 elections, and one of the recommendations was the reaching out to the minorities. We see how well that worked out.

    As an additional thought, the GOP is going to be stuck with Trump for another 10 years. He's 70 years old, and the life expectancy for someone who lives where he does is 80.

    If Trump is, indeed, the end result of 36 years, then we're not going to see a good Republican candidate for years and years.

  26. So basically Trump is begging McConnell and Ryan to get a rampaging elephant to sit on him to put him out of his misery.

    He can forget that. He needs to fake a severe illness. He can get the same "doctor" he got to write his other medical letter about how he s the healthiest person to ever run for the presidency----this time with spellcheck, not written by a stomach specialist, and with an actual internist's medical knowledge.

    1. Anonymous11:07 AM

      Actually, the good Dr. who wrote Trump's medical letter DIED in 2010!!!

    2. Anonymous12:09 PM

      The Dad died. The son took over the practice. Trump got the names mixed up.

      Harold, the son, has been his doctor since 1980.

  27. Anonymous10:22 AM

    Kook. Unhinged Trump surrounds himself with these types. This stuff is stranger than fiction.

  28. A. J. Billings10:24 AM

    Think about the hole (grand canyon) Trump has dug for himself, and who IS NOT VOTING FOR HIM

    At least 55% or more of all women
    Nearly the entire Black community
    Nearly the entire LGBTQ community
    Vast majority of Hispanics
    Vast majority of Jews
    Vast majority of Muslims
    Huge majority of Millenials and probably a big majority of Gen X folks
    Most of the Bernie bros & sisters
    Many independents

    Some Republicans who realize that a sociopathic bi-polar lunatic like Trump could easily start a nuclear war because he's already asked advisors THREE TIMES why we have them and can't use them.

    Picking a Palin worshiping fool with ZERO campaign experience is just too much fun. I can't wait to see what Trump will say next.

    Oops, apparently Trump is now saying "I won't use the American Intelligence community as President"

    THAT is a breathtakingly stupid and dangerous statement, which to any rational human would instantly disqualify him.

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  29. Anonymous10:25 AM

    I turned on my TV late last night at a couple minutes after 1:30 Pacific Time. Sometime between 1:30 and 2, I switched channels to CNN and there was the breaking news about the shakeup. It was an early morning news program, not a re-airing of something from the previous evening. I find it odd that this news was breaking well before dawn Eastern time. It just doesn't feel like Trump only wanted to make changes because. It feels like it's related to the latest findings about Manafort, about whom even more info came out about this morning. People were up during the wee hours making decisions and getting word out. That was odd.

    1. Anonymous11:47 AM

      I agree. Manafort was getting too much scrutiny and Trump wants us to forget about him.

    2. Anonymous12:14 PM

      Well, it was 2:30-3 in the afternoon in Moscow.

  30. Anonymous10:32 AM

    The three angels of death.
    Bring in next: Palin or David Duke?

    1. A. J. Billings10:56 AM

      Prediction: Bannon is going to push for the Wasilla Village Idiot to campaign for DrumpF in Western Pennsylvania, N Carolina, and maybe Florida.

      After the right-wingin bitter clinger godz'-n-gunz-n our religions nutcase appearance, even Trump will likely decline

    2. Anonymous11:08 AM

      PA - LIN

      PA - LIN

      PA - LIN

  31. Anonymous11:03 AM

    Bannon looks like he's heading for the same end as Breitbart.

    1. Anonymous12:11 PM

      Or Trump, if all goes well.

  32. They were gushing all over the place on cup o joe this morning like trump is really turning his campaign around omg I wanted to puke not to mention the hit job @hardball did on Hilary's health last night they did not even mention trumps fake health letter it was written by the same person that wrote granny grifters

  33. Anonymous11:18 AM

    Is hiring Bannon supposed to make Trump look thinner? Ailes wasn't enough?

  34. Anonymous11:21 AM

    This is all going down while all his kids made an exit from the scene at the same time? Nothing to that, I suppose they all needed a change of scene at a critical time.

    1. Anonymous11:48 AM

      When it comes down to the bottom line in that family, Father Knows Best! lol

    2. Anonymous11:58 AM

      I imagine the exodus was a result of the intervention; the kids have more discipline than the dad.

      They probably laid things out and gave him an ultimatum. If he failed, the would leave. He didn't follow through, they did. They left.

      Good for them.

      I don't blame them distancing themselves from such a mentally unstable polarizing public figure they happen to be related to. They know him better than anyone. They're adults. They have their own lives. There is no obligation for them to sacrifice themselves on the altar of their father's ego.

    3. Anonymous1:00 PM

      He probably told the kids to keep their noses out and go on vacation while reminding them that if it weren't for him they wouldn't have any money.

  35. Anonymous11:39 AM

    Just when you think it can't get any worse... But then it is the wannabe fuhrer we are talking about.

    Now the question is "who's next??".

  36. Anonymous11:41 AM

    Trump is so narcissistic that when his most experienced campaign experts tell him he's wrong that he just fires them. He would rather hire some lowly, inexperienced yes men than to follow anyone's advice whatsoever. He doesn't want the job - he just wants to WIN. It's a pageant to him.

    Donald & Sarah have one thing in common - they both think they know better than anyone else. Well look where it got Palin - nowhere & powerless (well except for getting revenge on people in Alaska).

    Now Hannity would LOVE to be his campaign manager if he wasn't under contract with Fox. He's the perfect racist panty sniffer & yes man. But he can skew the "news" in Trump's favor so at least he can be the #1 mascot.

  37. Anonymous11:47 AM

    "Now, the company appears to be taking its ball and going home."

    1. Anonymous12:59 PM

      About damned time this got wider coverage. A corporation blackmailing and holding health hostage. they should be broken up and banned.

  38. Anonymous12:05 PM

    best description of Trump yet -- "turd tornado" LOL LOL LOL

  39. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Trump brings GOP establishment-basher on board

    Bannon's radio show gave platform to politicians ready to make outrageous, even false, claims.

  40. Anonymous12:31 PM

    That picture frame looks beautiful.

  41. Anonymous12:36 PM

    From the AP Interesting>

  42. Anonymous1:05 PM

    I just found heard about this and it's fucking hilarious! I can literally say I almost fell out of my chair laughing.

    Just let Trump be Trump!

    Oh hell this is going to be so fun watching them go down in flames.

    1. Anonymous1:52 PM

      I fell about laughing too. I so hope there's a role for Sarah Palin, I really want to see her stink the campaign up as only she can.

  43. Anonymous1:42 PM

    DeeDEEthree Reynolds88 • 3 minutes ago

    goober, trump has as much of a chance as palin has to ever see the inside of the whitehouse, unless they are on the tour
    give your head a shake


    Share ›

    DeeDEEthree • 9 minutes ago

    since this site is down to it's last 35-40 posters, it looks like it will be shut down


    Share ›

    DeeDEEthree • 11 minutes ago

    it was just reported that SaraPac will no longer be able to fund this web site?
    and it will have to shut down
    that is so sad, I love this site


    Share ›

    1. Anonymous6:52 PM

      I didn't know it was funded by SarahPAC but not at all surprised. So funny that they are shutting it down! Can't wait to see the next filing numbers on her PAC. I bet the PAC will be shut down very soon as well. Bankruptcy to follow.

      Thanks for going there so I don't have to.

  44. Anonymous1:47 PM

    The medical letter Drumpf provided says he is on low dose aspirin and statins. Statins have so many side effects not the least of which is mental issues - confusion, fuzzy thinking, memory loss and can occur whether dosing for a day or for years. A JAMA article updated info (Journal of American Medical Association) in 2015.

    Unfit for any political office.

  45. Anonymous1:58 PM

    El Creepo for sure!

  46. Anonymous2:01 PM

    Richard Cross, a former Capitol Hill staffer, wrote that he believes he's never voted for a Democrat running for federal office. But now he feels Trump has “betrayed and perverted” the party of Ronald Reagan and Dwight D. Eisenhower.

    “Weeks after the end of the 2016 GOP convention, I am confronted by an inconvenient fact: Despite what I wrote in that nationally televised speech about Hillary Clinton, I may yet have to vote for her because of the epic deficiencies of my own party's nominee,” he wrote in a Baltimore Sun column.

    “The reality is, I cannot vote for Donald Trump. I could never vote for Donald Trump,” he continued, saying that leaves the “kooky” Libertarian ticket or Clinton as the only feasible options in November.

    "The only prospect more terrifying than voting for Hillary Clinton is not voting for her," he wrote. "The reality of American politics today is, she is the only choice."

  47. Anonymous2:04 PM

    John Yoo Is Willing To Write Off SCOTUS Rather Than Risk A Trump Presidency

    Filling Supreme Court vacancies isn't a good enough reason to vote for Trump

    ...Trump himself has been gloating over the leverage the situation sets up. “They have no choice,” he said on the stump in Virginia not long ago. “Even if you can’t stand Donald Trump, you think Donald Trump is the worst, you’re going to vote for me. You know why? Justices of the Supreme Court.”

  48. Anonymous2:07 PM

    Andrew Breitbart warned conservatives about Trump, but he never saw this coming

    Back in 2011, the feisty right-wing media personality Andrew Breitbart made a prediction about Donald Trump that turned out to be prophetic.

    "Celebrity is everything in this country," Breitbart said in an appearance on Fox News, calling Trump "not a conservative."

    Breitbart, who launched an irreverent, anti-establishment conservative news site that shares his name, said then that Trump's media savvy and his plans for a presidential run should be a warning to the Republican establishment. "If these guys don't learn how to play the media ... we're going to probably get a celebrity candidate."

    Breitbart, who died in 2012, was right: Trump has become that celebrity candidate who threatens to redefine conservatism itself. Ignoring establishment orthodoxy, Trump has gained endless TV attention and overpowered establishment opponents, which has threatened to start a civil war over the future of the Republican Party.

    But Breitbart did not foresee that the political tensions unleashed within the GOP by Trump's candidacy would consume his own conservative media empire.

  49. Anonymous2:12 PM

    Strange happenings. My take is daughter convinced dad to take his meds. He gave a speech with a totally flat affect. He plummeted in poles. Daughter is exiled to Croatia and a new management team is brought in. He won't be put back on meds again. Should be fun to watch.

  50. Anonymous2:17 PM



  51. Anonymous2:20 PM

    Palin is silent on the big Bannon news. She hasn't written for or linked to Breitbart for quite some time and is back to using anti-Breitbart Nancy French as a ghostwriter. I'm curious whether Bannon/Breitbart gave Palin the boot first.

    1. Anonymous11:30 AM

      If Palin is not hosed off and put on the big screen, then we will know the Palin Saga is finally over. Come on! The stage is set and waiting for the Queen of Mean to utter her curses. Where's Sarah?

  52. Anonymous2:24 PM

    The Steve Bannon/Roger Ailes dance over who gets the most influence could get interesting.

  53. Anonymous2:25 PM

    Analysis reveals which tweets are really written by Donald Trump
    Trump tweets from Android while his PR team tweets from iPhone, says study

  54. Anonymous2:33 PM

  55. Anonymous2:38 PM

    Trump Campaign Hires Ex-Palin Aide to Rally Christian Voters

  56. Anonymous2:39 PM

    If you followed Breitbart or read the site over the past year, it’s basically created this alternate reality where Donald Trump is the best and everything he does is amazing and the people who oppose him are either idiots or traitors. It’s really this sort of fantasy world where Donald Trump is king and only he can fix the problems that are facing the country.

  57. Anonymous4:14 PM

    When Bannon and the rest of them smack
    Hillary Clinton in the face about Bill's
    White House sexual history, and it will happen, hopefully the Clinton people
    will have a copy of the Vanity Fair magazine where Ivana Trump let it all out
    about Donald Trump grabbing her by the hair, throwing her on their bed and raping her. Better find all of those copies before
    they all" mysteriously" disappear!
    He was furious at her about something
    she had said outside the family and went
    after her in a raving rage!

    1. Anonymous4:27 AM

      According to Ivana's account, he was furious at her plastic surgeon for a botched bald scalp reduction surgery that was performed. He was mad at the doc, and took it out on HER in the worst way possible. Also, that scalp reduction surgery is rarely performed now due to poor results and PAIN(I think the Drumpf family addiction problem reared its head with addiction to pills during this time for Donnie: Booze killed his older bro).

      They remove part of your scalp, OW! and sew the rest back together over your skull, and the results look like Donnie's. No wonder it's rarely done nowadays.

  58. Anonymous4:35 PM

    Sometimes the MSM really makes me grit my teeth. In an otherwise apparently well-reported article about Bannon's hiring ("Clinton's 'Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy' Comes Full Circle"), the author GRATUITOUSLY refers to "false stories that Sarah Palin faked a pregnancy."

    Oh, yeah? Says who? (Meme of the day.) There's been NOTHING published ANYWHERE that proves Palin is the biological mother of Trig. Moreover, there's a MOUNTAIN of evidence proving that she is not.

    This annoys me so much. And makes me want to scream at those AK folks who know the truth and still won't reveal it.

  59. Anonymous9:32 PM

    Geez!!! What a time for Maher to take a month break. I need someone to break the tension for me. If Donald could, he would hire Hitler to be his campaign manager. He's probably channeling Adolf as we speak.

  60. Mike J1:51 PM

    Two questions for Mr. Bannon: Are those your legs or are you riding on a chicken? and I know you have lots of money but how many chins does a person need, really?

  61. Anonymous3:23 PM

    Thank you 4:27 from 4:14 I got the reason wrong. When he decided to become a presidential candidate, he made her back
    track on her" Vanity Fair" interview.
    The truth is all there in the Vanity Fair
    magazine. Maybe the library has a copy.
    Sometimes they keep past issues of certain
    magazines.Guess I will give it a try!


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