Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Is Donald Trump seriously considering Jerry Falwell Jr. for Secretary of Education? Because that simply cannot happen.

Courtesy of Alternet:  

Liberty University President, Jerry Falwell Jr. is under consideration for Secretary of Education. Yes, the president of an Evangelical university, who believes that evolution is a lie, who is president of a university that was founded in opposition to school integration, may be dictating the educational agenda of America's public school children. Falwell Jr. confirmed to the Associated Press on Friday that he had met with Trump at Trump Tower. 

Falwell told Virginia's Richmond Times-Dispatch last week that he's let the administration know that "one of my passions is reforming higher education and education in general." When pressed by other outlets, including the Associated Press, whether that role would be as Secretary of Education, Falwell would not, "confirm or deny whether he was being vetted as secretary of education, but says he will 'definitely play a role' in the administration.'


Okay I just had to get that off of my chest before I attempted to respond to this news in anything resembling actual English.

This blog is called "The Immoral Minority" directly because of this guy's father, and I have long been predicting that we are seeing the beginning of the end of the Religious Right in this country.

However if Trump actually puts this anti-intellectual, creationism believing buffoon in office as the man in charge of education in this country, there is no telling the amount of damage that he could do.

Liberty University was founded because Jerry Fallwell Sr. could not stomach the idea of the little white Christian snowflakes having to share dorms, cafeterias, or "gasp" locker rooms with African Americans.

That's right the school is a monument to racism. 

The school is notoriously anti-Semitic, anti-LGBTQ, and Fallwell Jr. suggested this last year: 

“I’ve always thought that if more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those Muslims before they walked in.” 

So yes it is also Anti-Muslim. (You can see why Donald Trump probably likes this POS so much.)

I swear that virtually all of Trump's possible cabinet choices read like a "Who's Who of No Fucking Way." But this one, this one might be the worst so far.


  1. Anonymous4:11 AM

    I'm not sure who is worse, Bannon or Falwell. I'm just glad that I'm a childfree woman in my fifties so I no longer have to worry about birth control access. But I really fear for my friends who are younger, people of color, LGBTQ, etc. This administration will run this country straight into the sewer.

    1. Anonymous6:14 AM

      Don't worry. At least a majority of the electorate didn't vote for "the lesser evil". Whew! Imagine what that might have been like. Who could live with less evil?! /s

  2. Anonymous4:29 AM


    Is this guy working for America or is he working for his family?

    * On weekends wants to use Air Force One and all the bells and whistles to fly home from Washington DC so he cans sleep in his NY bed

    * Parading contestants in and out of his golf course to interview them for cabinet positions as well as for photo ops like he is still on The Apprentice. (President Obama didn't do that)

    * Trump is not president yet and he has his daughter sitting in on meetings with diplomats as well as on phone calls.

    * In Latest Apparent Quid Pro Quo, Trump Suggests U.K. Leader Oppose Wind Farms to Save His Hotels' Views

    * Internet: Yes, a Trump Golf Club in Dubai is happening: Here's what it looks like
    What's On - Oct 30, 2016

    * Home - Trump International Golf Club 2016 - Dubai

    Welcome from Donald J. Trump. It is my honor to welcome you to Trump International Golf Club, Dubai. Learn More ...
    ‎Our Course · ‎Flyovers · ‎Pro Shop

    * Telling diplomats from other countries to stay at his hotels

    * Trump used a .gov webpage to promote his businesses. Same with his wife.


    Nigel Farage hits out at 'cesspit' of politics as Downing Street rejects Donald Trump's call to make him British ambassador to the United States

    Nigel Farage has hit out at the "cesspit" of politics as Downing Street rejected Donald Trump's calls for the interim Ukip leader to become Britain's next ambassador to the United States.

    In a surprising tweet, which has raised eyebrows in the UK, Mr Trump made the recommendation to his almost 16 million followers on Monday night.


    Donald J. Trump

    Many people would like to see @Nigel_Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!

    6:22 PM - 21 Nov 2016

    Mr Trump appears to be revelling in ripping up the rule book. It is highly unusual for an incoming president to suggest ambassadors from other countries.

    ....Nigel Farage hits out at 'cesspit' of politics as Downing Street rejects Donald Trump's call to make him British ambassador to the United States...

    ... However, the news was greeted with a quick riposte from No 10 who insisted that it is for Britain to decide who serves as it's ambassador to the United States. A spokesman said: "You have an ambassador who only took up his post earlier this year.

    "He is doing a great job and it is recognised grid doing a great job. We have chosen our ambassador and there is no vacancy."

    ....I can still scarcely believe that he did that though speaking to a couple of his long time friends perhaps I am a little less surprised.

    They all say the same thing: that Trump is a very loyal man and supports those that stand by him.


    1. Anonymous4:44 AM

      Neil Coyle ✔@coyleneil
      @realDonaldTrump @Nigel_Farage

      Many people would like to see Homer Simpson as United States ambassador to the UK. He'd represent you well.

      11:48 PM - 21 Nov 2016

    2. Anonymous4:45 AM


      Chris Bryant MP ✔@RhonddaBryant

      Sorry. We are a sovereign nation and make our own decisions. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/800887087780294656 …

      12:24 AM - 22 Nov 2016

    3. Anonymous4:46 AM


      Tim Farron ✔@timfarron

      Farage as ambassador is a frankly stupid idea. I have more diplomacy in my little finger. But what's more worrying is the axing of TPP

      11:14 PM - 21 Nov 2016

    4. Anonymous4:47 AM


      Justin Madders MP ✔@justinmadders

      If we're going to have Farage as an ambassador for anywhere can it be somewhere far away without good communication links, like the moon?

      12:36 AM - 22 Nov 2016

    5. Anonymous7:00 AM

      "ripping up the rule book"
      drumpf can't READ THE RULE BOOK!
      example of frustration:

  3. Anonymous4:42 AM

    "Liberty University President, Jerry Falwell Jr. is under consideration for Secretary of Education."

    Surprise Trump is not considering the chancellor from Trump University to be the Secretary of Education

    "They all say the same thing: that Trump is a very loyal man and supports those that stand by him.

    (like Ivanka, Ivanka's husband, Donald Jr, Erik, Christie, Giuliani, Palin, everybody else who endorsed or spoke up for Trump at the RNC, etc)

  4. Anonymous4:48 AM

    satan has unlimited bs to offer.

  5. Anonymous4:56 AM

    President Trump's Portfolio :

    The Companies Donald Trump Owns
    By Investopedia | Updated November 9, 2016 — 7:49 AM EST


    Wouldn't be surprised if President Trump orders the pilot of Air Force One to fly over his properties for a photo op. Or orders the pilot of Marine One to fly him to his golf courses for a round of golf.

    1. Anonymous7:45 AM

      The use of Air Force One's schedules are kept and are ALL public information and accessible.

      Trump doing anything irregular (as to flights) would be noted and made public information. Damn, but he's going to hate being so controlled and our knowing what he is (or isn't) up to!

  6. Anonymous5:01 AM

    @4:29 Is this one of Trump's baby's mama in the tweet below?


  7. Anonymous5:05 AM

    Donald J. Trump

    Many people would like to see @Nigel_Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!

    6:22 PM - 21 Nov 2016

    Who is many people?

    Melania, Barron, Ivanka, Ivanka's husband, Donald Jr, Erik, Tiffany, Christie, Giuliani, Palin, Bannon, etc?

  8. Anonymous5:11 AM

    Ambassador Ivana?
    Ambassador Marla?

    Why not?

    Ivana Trump, the Czech-born former wife of the president-elect, recently told the New York Post that she thought her ex-husband should appoint her as U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic. “[That] is where I’m from and my language, and everybody knows me,” she explained.

    Ivana is just one of a number of rumored and hopeful ambassadors who could be appointed by Donald Trump’s White House despite having no diplomatic background. There were reports, now denied, that Trump had picked former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee to be ambassador to Israel. On the other end of the scale, another Trump ex-wife, Marla Maples, was reported by the New York Post to be angling for an ambassador gig “somewhere in Africa.”

    Trump’s campaign has made little comment about potential ambassador picks, and it remains unclear whether Ivana or any other non-diplomat has any realistic shot.


  9. Anonymous5:17 AM

    Democratic presidential electors revolt against Trump

    The Electoral College could see a historic number of 'faithless electors.'At least a half-dozen Democratic electors have signed onto an attempt to block Donald Trump from winning an Electoral College majority, an effort designed not only to deny Trump the presidency but also to undermine the legitimacy of the institution....

    The 538 members who comprise the Electoral College are slated to gather in their respective state capitals on Dec. 19 to cast the formal vote for president...


  10. Anonymous5:21 AM

    I have a freaking headache.

  11. Anonymous5:28 AM

    Kanye West reportedly hospitalized. Police were called, Kanye was handcuffed to a gurney and taken to hospital.

  12. Anonymous5:29 AM

    Tweet 3:31am

    Donald J. Trump – Verified account ‏@realDonaldTrump

    Perhaps a new meeting will be set up with the @nytimes. In the meantime they continue to cover me inaccurately and with a nasty tone!

    3:31 AM - 22 Nov 2016

  13. Anonymous5:30 AM

    Tweet 3:36am

    Donald J. Trump – Verified account ‏@realDonaldTrump

    The failing @nytimes just announced that complaints about them are at a 15 year high. I can fully understand that - but why announce?

    3:36 AM - 22 Nov 2016

  14. Anonymous5:30 AM

    Tweet 3:46am

    Donald J. Trump – Verified account ‏@realDonaldTrump

    Great meetings will take place today at Trump Tower concerning the formation of the people who will run our government for the next 8 years.

    3:46 AM - 22 Nov 2016

  15. Anonymous5:30 AM

    Gryphen, please read: https://storify.com/miniver/how-fascism-accumulates-power-by-testing-people

  16. Anonymous5:33 AM

    Doesn't the orange shitgibbon want to eliminate the Dept of Education? Think any of his appointees for the job would go along with that?


  17. Anonymous5:41 AM

    Trump is at war with:

    Cast of Hamilton
    New York Times
    Saturday Night Live
    Democratic Party
    Miss Universe Alicia Machado

    War with ISIS, Muslims and Mexicans has been postponed until further notice

  18. Anonymous5:52 AM

    Trump is power tripping and having everyone at his beck and call is really feeding his ego. He's messing with everyone and having a great time doing it. Interesting article here -


    1. Anonymous7:46 AM

      Somewhere "will be carved into the marble walls, along with “blood coming out of her wherever”, “fifty bucks a steak” and “I would bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding”
      "From the start Trump’s rallies had the air of the tent revival, that same hot thrum of militant exorcism and ecstasy."
      "two weeks after a white nationalist murdered nine members of a Bible study group at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, “Hoist It High and Proud: The Confederate Flag Proclaims a Glorious Heritage.”
      "good faith began to fray in the early 1990s as GOP leaders in Congress, Newt Gingrich and Tom DeLay chief among them, declared war on all efforts – even from those in their own party – to govern from a stance of bipartisan cooperation. Democrats, in Gingrich’s world of moral absolutes, were “the enemy of normal Americans”. Gingrich and his allies were fighting no less than a “civil war” with liberals," "“This war has to be fought with a scale and a duration and a savagery that is only true of civil wars.”
      "recall the Gingrich-orchestrated government shutdowns of 1995 and 1995-96 over budget disputes, and the 1998 impeachment of Bill Clinton for lying about a blowjob." THEY Mitch M.>" on the evening of 20 January 2009 – the day of Obama’s inauguration – at which GOP congressional leaders (along with Gingrich, by then a highly paid K Street lobbyist) vowed to sabotage Obama’s presidency by opposing every item on the new president’s economic agenda> Maybe this is why Congress has lower approval ratings than cockroaches, head lice and zombies, and why Mitch McConnell has the perpetually serene look of a man who sleeps well at night."
      "Though one wonders whether all those good working folks who voted for Trump realized they were endorsing a huge tax cut for the 1%, and a candidate whose election left K Street as giddy as a girl asked to the prom by the handsomest boy in school."
      (More like the 'most popular boy' in school who is a RAPIST!)" Look to Shakespeare for a taste of the awful potential here, to the tragedies and history plays, those coils of ego and empire and wealth (and sex and sex and sex!) that often end with bodies all over the place." $EXxx, Bulling and Money.
      "To the extent Trump attempts to game, spin and mutilate the rule of law, his most immediate potential check will be a Congress that’s firmly in Republican hands, led by the same Wrecking Crew that’s already shown such faint regard for the constitutional order"
      NEVER FORGET> dick Fucking Cheney

  19. Anonymous5:53 AM

    I don't feel safe anymore. I don't think President Trump will be available to answer the 3AM Red Phone call.

    He's too busy tweeting at 3am.

    3 tweets in 15 minutes

  20. Anonymous5:57 AM

    America what have you done? For the next 4 years your country will miss President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama

    1. Anonymous7:37 AM

      Yes, we will. But, it sounds like President Obama will be living in D.C. (their new home is beautiful!) and keep a watchful eye as Trump tries to pull things apart.

      This will be a first! I'm sure President Obama and First Lady Michelle were looking forward to relaxation and then new horizons after Hillary Clinton had taken the oath of office. (Her popular vote is absolutely creaming Trump, by the way!)

      That comfort is now gone and I think President Obama is going to continue protecting America as best he can - as it's apparent Trump will try to negate whatever he can as to the Obama presidency/accomplishments of two terms.

      This is going to be interesting to watch and extremely educational! Stay involved Democrats and Independents - it's more necessary now than ever before.

  21. Anonymous5:57 AM

    Nice Playboy photo of The Donald in the picture! LMAO

    1. Anonymous6:21 AM


    2. Anonymous6:31 AM

      I said it before, and I'll say it again. This chucklehead is gonna make W look like a Rhodes Scholar. I'm breaking out my copy of "Christian Nation" by Frederic C. Rich and reading it over thoroughly. It's remarkably prescient. Substitute 'Palin' for 'Pence' and there it is...If Drumpf were to be impeached, or just get bored/frustrated/realize he's in over his head and quit (like his political soul-mate), or have a tantrum-related stroke, we are unfortunately saddled with Dominionist VP Pence! I don't know if that's better or worse! Regardless, there are dark times ahead, and we'd better be prepared, and remember all that goes down!

  22. Anonymous6:25 AM

    After reagan was elected, SNL did a bizarro world sketch where bizarro number one lived in the black house with the last lady. His cabinet nominations included "as Secretary of the Interior, man who loves strip mining and air pollution. As Secretary of Education, man who wants to end Department. As Secretary of State, scary man with morals of Styrofoam cup." History repeats itself.

  23. Anonymous6:51 AM

    Trump Goes Nuclear On LIBERAL Media. Wonkagenda For Tuesday, November 22, 2016

    Donald Trump hasn’t even taken office and he’s already wiping his ass with the First Amendment. Yesterday, Trump invited a bunch of LIBERAL media types up to his office and bitched them out for being gosh darn mean, unlike the FOX News talking heads desperately seeking cabinet positions. “It was like a firing squad,” the New York Post breathlessly reported, no doubt with info from “John Barron.” And this morning, Trump canceled a meeting with the New York Times because they’re “Not Nice.”


    1. Anonymous7:09 AM

      Donald Trump’s media summit was a ‘f−−−ing firing squad’


    2. Anonymous7:09 AM


    3. Anonymous7:13 AM

      Trump also expressed petty jealousy at perceived favorable coverage President Barack Obama has received from the media.

      One participant reminded the real estate developer and former reality TV star that all presidents and presidential candidates sometimes believe they receive unfair coverage, Trump yelped, “Not Obama!”

      Participants said Trump also boasted of his “great” relationship with Obama, whom he now “loves” despite questioning the circumstances of his birth for years.


    4. Anonymous7:15 AM

      Trump calls off meeting with ‘not nice’ NYT — and the paper says he’s lying about why


    5. Anonymous8:27 AM

      Trump wasn't a on rage bender. He didn't yell. His face wasn't red. It was more razzing and taunting than an angry tirade. This wasn't a different Trump, rising to or chastened by the realities of the presidential office. It was exactly the same Trump we've seen for the last 18 months and perhaps the last 40 years: I won. You lost. Now I call the shots. You're all liars and dishonest and it's terrible. So you need to fall in line.


    6. Trump is going to find the honeymoon is over.

      That dressing down is not going to incline the press to go easy on him. They will tell it exactly like it is. They won't sugar coat it or over up anything. They will expose him and will dig for anything they can use to show him for the unfit, unqualified orange Adolph that he is.

      If he thought they were being mean or unfair before just wait. (BTW is he in the second grade or what? Since when does a grown man complain "they're being mean to me."?)

  24. Anonymous6:53 AM



    1. Anonymous8:46 AM

      Donald Trump's foundation appears to have done the very thing Trump accused Hillary Clinton of being corrupt over. With the same person. And he did it while running for president.


    2. His businesses aren't going to be what gets him.

      It will be the "bribes", the quid pro quo he brags about.

      He isn't that familiar with the Constitution.

      He'll be impeached under Article II section 4 regarding emoluments (bribes) and then impeached for taking bribes.

      The president is NOT exempt. In fact, it is clearly spelled out as an impeachable offense. Being a traitor, committing a crime or taking a bribe.

      He's already accepted a $4,000 golf club from a Japanese representative. Sure, Trump isn't sworn in yet, but you know he'll continue to accept gifts after he's in office, he won't report them and he'll keep them.

      There is also the quid pro quo of his hotel, his asking for business favors from foreign powers that benefit his companies.

      He isn't going to last a year.

  25. Please tell me this position would require Senate confirmation. No effing way that troll should be anywhere near public policy. The separation of church and state must hold.

  26. Anonymous6:58 AM

    (as if we care)

    Donald J. Trump – Verified account ‏@realDonaldTrump

    The meeting with the @nytimes is back on at 12:30 today. Look forward to it!

    7:40 AM - 22 Nov 2016

    1. Anonymous7:30 AM

      Trump looks so UNpresidential in this 'back and forth' w/the New York Times. I'm glad they have stuck to their guns and haven't acquiesced to the demands of The Donald for the meeting should it actually occur.

      I doubt he'll get anywhere with them.

      This is difficult to watch! A pending potus making all these efforts to stifle the media/press from doing investigative reporting on him and saying negative things!

      The 'ruler' wants to be loved and admired! Donny Boy, that is NOT going to happen. You have to earn it and you haven't!

      So, if he can't get it will he dictate? This is going to be quite the ride...still see him being impeached because he won't follow the laws!!

      This guy is going to be a huge joke throughout our country and world. He's embarrassing and so not cut out for the magnitude of the job!

      I swear, he is acting as through he's going through menopause! He's showing signs of being terribly emotional and irrational! He does NOT have the temperament for the job! That is coming through loud and clear!

      He will never gain my respect and I will not recognize him as our pending potus! The country is laughing at him!!!

  27. Anonymous7:06 AM

    Sarah Palin not being considered for any Trump cabinet positions


    1. Anonymous7:44 AM

      Good. But the article *does* state that Drumpf IS willing to "take counsel" from her. ::Shudder::

    2. Anonymous8:13 AM

      The old bat always said that she didn't need a title to destroy from within.

  28. Anonymous7:14 AM

    Sarah Palin, of course, was not picked by Trump for any role in his pending administration. I'm sure his kids negated that possibility immediately!

    Trump would have been laughed off the planet w/ANY connection to the idiot from Alaska!

  29. Anonymous7:14 AM

    Reforming higher education????
    Good luck, asswipe.
    (sorry....sick to death of these people)

  30. Anonymous7:18 AM


  31. Anonymous7:18 AM

    One word - DOMINIONISM.

    It's happening right before our eyes.

  32. Anonymous7:20 AM

    It’s Already Happening: Potential Trump Pick Leaks Sensitive Information

    ...In his haste to be photographed with the president-elect, he left sensitive information facing directly toward the camera. And as reported by the Topeka Capital-Journal, the paper is clearly legible in the original photograph.

    The document calls for updating and reintroducing the National Security Entry-Exit Registration System. The program was implemented in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, but largely suspended in 2011.

    “All aliens from high-risk areas are tracked,” the document reads.

    The document then calls for “extreme vetting questions” for “high-risk aliens”; echoing Trump’s campaign rhetoric. High-risk aliens would be questioned about support for Sharia law (Islamic religious law), jihad, the equality of men and women and the U.S. Constitution.

    The document also asks for reducing the intake of Syrian refugees to zero.

    In other words, Trump’s current top pick for Homeland Security wants a registry, wants to violate religious freedoms through extreme vetting, is completely against actually helping anyone, and is too stupid to put the damn papers in the binder before posing for a picture.

    Also included in the document, but hidden partially by his arm so that context is unavailable: the Patriot Act, voter rolls, and possible amendments to the Voting Rights Act. Considering Trump’s rhetoric and what the rest of the paper contains, that is terrifying. It looks as though Republicans want to use the Department of Homeland Security to suppress the Democratic vote.


  33. Anonymous7:26 AM

    the “Lynching by Laptop”


  34. Anonymous7:35 AM

    NYTimes "Public Editor" Signals Paper's Shift To A Softer Stance On Fascism.


    1. Anonymous8:09 AM

      Caving already. And they seemed to be the last bastion for truth in this soon to be fascist dictatorship.

  35. Anonymous7:37 AM

    CNN: Cost of protecting Trump family in NYC tops $1 million per day, unlikely to change anytime soon



    1. Anonymous8:47 AM

      New York City Spending One Million A Day To Protect Donald Trump, But It’s Cool Because He’s Not Black


    2. Anonymous12:11 PM

      Gee, could have housed about 50 homeless families.

  36. Anonymous7:39 AM

    Trump has a plan for government workers. They’re not going to like it.



    1. Anonymous12:11 PM

      Why target workers. He could fo so much more by cutting term limits on legislators. Gosh mitch needs to retire.

  37. Anonymous7:45 AM


    Why Did 'Progressive' Democrat Tulsi Gabbard Meet with Trump for a Potential Role in His Administration?


    1. Anonymous12:08 PM

      Maybe because she is pretty?

  38. Anonymous7:56 AM

    Trump’s big infrastructure plan? It’s a trap.

    ...First, Trump’s plan is not really an infrastructure plan. It’s a tax-cut plan for utility-industry and construction-sector investors, and a massive corporate welfare plan for contractors. The Trump plan doesn’t directly fund new roads, bridges, water systems or airports, as did Hillary Clinton’s 2016 infrastructure proposal. Instead, Trump’s plan provides tax breaks to private-sector investors who back profitable construction projects. These projects (such as electrical grid modernization or energy pipeline expansion) might already be planned or even underway. There’s no requirement that the tax breaks be used for incremental or otherwise expanded construction efforts; they could all go just to fatten the pockets of investors in previously planned projects.


    1. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/21/opinion/build-he-wont.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-left-region&region=opinion-c-col-left-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-left-region

      "Instead, it’s calling for huge tax credits: billions of dollars in checks written to private companies that invest in approved projects, which they would end up owning. For example, imagine a private consortium building a toll road for $1 billion. Under the Trump plan, the consortium might borrow $800 million while putting up $200 million in equity — but it would get a tax credit of 82 percent of that sum, so that its actual outlays would only be $36 million. And any future revenue from tolls would go to the people who put up that $36 million."


      "Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) called out President-elect Donald Trump’s plan on infrastructure, labeling it a “scam” and “corporate welfare.” "

      “Trump would allow corporations that have stashed their profits overseas to pay just a fraction of what the companies owe in federal taxes. And then he would allow the companies to ‘invest’ in infrastructure projects in exchange for even more tax breaks,” Sanders wrote. “Trump’s plan is corporate welfare coming and going.”

  39. Anonymous8:17 AM

    Trump’s abandonment of his promise to lock her up is an admission that the email scandal was total BS that was designed to do nothing more than to help Republicans win the election.


    1. Anonymous10:35 AM

      Betrayal! Right Wing Aghast That Trump Won't Pursue Hillary Clinton Criminally


    2. Anonymous10:42 AM

      When his senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, announced that the incoming administration will not pursue the investigation of Mrs. Clinton’s private email server, the response from the right was swift.


  40. Anonymous9:16 AM

    Isn't there a rumor that Sarah Palin is about to be appointed to head the Inferior Department?

  41. Anonymous9:32 AM

    Trump’s Own Staff Admits President-Elect Is In Over His Head And Can’t Handle The Press

    The saga of the on again, off again, on again, Trump meeting with The New York Times took a compelling turn as the Times reported that Trump initially canceled the meeting after his Chief of Staff Reince Priebus lied to him because he feared that Trump was in way over his head.

    ...The Times deserves praise because unlike the television networks they did not agree to Mr. Trump’s demands of off the record only sessions. The New York Times held firm, and Trump caved.

    If the mainstream media does not push back against Trump, they are going to get steamrolled into becoming state-run media for his administration.

    What should be alarming to every American is that the man who will be the next president is so unprepared that he can’t do on the record interviews. Trump is looking more and more like a clueless figurehead of a president who is being manipulated by those beneath him.

    The fact that Trump can’t handle simple questions from reporters does not bode well for his prospects of leading the most powerful country in the world.


    1. Anonymous12:43 PM

      Lmao, he can't do questions, just like Palin!!!! Lmao!

  42. Anonymous10:44 AM

    At this point, it would be pretty easy to impeach Donald Trump—if Congress wanted to.


    1. Anonymous11:22 AM

      We don't want to. He's one of us.

      If it was Hillary we would definitely impeach her in a New York minute.

  43. Anonymous12:07 PM

    30 yrs from now. Dtrumpy just sat in his tower growing and growing fatter. He became elected. There was much power, but he did not know how to use it, other than to provide to crazy. Well, too make a long story short, his son did not have any education exposure to earth, life, culture, simpleness of some cultures, the vastness of the universe, the vastness of the mind. Just hate. The end. They never became people of the world.

  44. The other name I heard floated for that position was Betsy Devos, wife of the richest asshole in Michigan. Not only do they own our legislature, they've made it their mission to destroy public education, along with unions and worker's rights.

  45. Randall3:38 PM

    Elections have consequences.
    And that's why I can't say "fuck you" enough to all of those who either did not vote
    or voted third-party in some kind of stupid 'protest'.

  46. Not sure who's worse. Jerry Falwell Jr. or Michelle Rhee.

    Both would be a disaster.


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