Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Human Rights Watch lists Donald Trump as a threat to human rights.

Courtesy of The Independent:  

“Donald Trump’s election as US president after a campaign fomenting hatred and intolerance, and the rising influence of political parties in Europe that reject universal rights, have put the postwar human rights system at risk,” wrote Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth. 

“Trump and various politicians in Europe seek power through appeals to racism, xenophobia, misogyny, and nativism. They all claim that the public accepts violations of human rights as supposedly necessary to secure jobs, avoid cultural change, or prevent terrorist attacks.

He added: “In fact, disregard for human rights offers the likeliest route to tyranny.”

That's right folks, our last President won the Nobel Peace Prize and this one is identified as a threat to human rights.

I'm not sure if I should laugh or cry.

In other news it now appears that there are 35 Democratic lawmakers skipping Trump's inauguration.

Those are the REAL American heroes.


  1. Anonymous3:02 AM

    Remember that cheater and bully at age 12 yrs old? He just elected himself usa pissident.

    1. Anonymous7:48 AM

      Pissident< Perfect! drumpf the little I wish I was this Prick Head! {How much will he pay for...}
      Go Deep..Good Stuff

  2. Anonymous3:08 AM

    Trump taking office with lowest rating of any modern PResident.

    Sex Abuser
    Tax cheat
    Business cheat
    3000 lawsuits against him
    Christian in name only
    100% deplorable

    1. Anonymous8:09 AM

      His very existence in this world is a bad thing. How many people have that said about them?

      Please, heart attack, come on.

    2. Leland8:44 AM

      @ 8:09

      I would prefer a successful impeachment so the world knows what he is, but I'll take a fatal heart attack if that's all we can get.

      And if it happens while he is screaming his head off at someone he dislikes (or simply calls him what he actually IS), even better!

    3. Anonymous8:18 AM

      Or in a very wet room with numerous Russian hookers!! LOVE that photo of the fugly orange dump.

  3. Anonymous3:09 AM

    I'm still hoping for a massive coronary, but I couldn't get that lucky and then we'd have Pence. It's going to be a long four years.....

    1. Anonymous8:12 AM

      Yeah, the POS will become pres, but maybe--and he is looking more like hell than ever and he's not even in office yet--the lack of sleep and having to work will eat away at him and we'll be seeing a funeral procession on our TVs.

    2. Leland8:46 AM

      8:12, I would be willing to bet there would be a fair number of people dancing along the processional route, too!

    3. I'm hoping for aneurism or stroke.

  4. Anonymous3:21 AM

    The poll speaks a solid 25% of assholes approve of mr trump, his behavior, his agenda, and his espionage treason and lying whether through ignorance or knowledge. 75% will put a stop to it. All Public Servants that signed the pledge to attempt this outrageous act are liable for the damage.

    1. Interviews show that some that voted for him are disappointed and regret it, but would still vote for him again, because they won't vote for Clinton, Johnson or Stein.

      What does that say?

      “If I went back now I’d probably still vote for Trump because I couldn’t vote for Hillary [Clinton],” he said, adding that he found Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson’s fiscal policies weaker than Trump’s. “I still think Trump would be the better candidate. I’d still regret it. I’d vote for him again but I’d still regret it.”

    2. Anonymous8:21 AM


  5. Anonymous3:28 AM

    My favorite picture. Pelican man. How many fish do you think he can stash in there?

    1. Vain as I am myself, I can understand why Trump hates that picture. But I'm not seeking the public spotlight either.

    2. Anonymous8:12 AM

      Yes, that's it--pelican!

    3. Anonymous8:24 AM

      Mine also, too! Shows him at his manly best, macho man. He looks like the cartoon character "American Dad" I do not think that cartoon character has ever talked about schtupping his daughter though.

  6. Anonymous3:44 AM

    Media Corporations that enabled, flooded, and channeled the fake news for mr trump should be held liable and accountable for the damages. Consumers paid for secured communication service's, Internet service's, trusted security programs and apps. Our Privacy was compromised and damage global. The evidence shows the election was rigged at the cost of millions American's and world leaders and citizens. Who voted for this? and why?

  7. Leland3:52 AM

    Took 'em long enough to figure that out!

  8. Anonymous5:54 AM

    I think I read it's up to 50 now.

    Trump's taken after John Lewis AGAIN. Does he not have matters of policy, foreign and domestic, that concern him, two days before taking the Presidency, than are more important than John Lewis, and calling him a liar?
    Evidently not.

    Face it, Trump will never be happy with any picture of him, because he's a borderline obese 70-year-old who dyes his hair, gets his hair woven every three months to hide his bald spots, spray tans his face and can't see how orange he looks (and how white his eye sockets), and who carries himself like a gorilla because he can't stand up straight, but hunches over like the animal that he is.

    But it's the fault of "the media" for making him look bad! What a hoot! It's "the media's" fault for everything that isn't 100% coming from the cheerleading squad. And he's gonna sue 'em. Just you wait. Just you wait until someone explains the Constitution and the Supreme Court to him.

    1. Anonymous7:00 AM

      I wonder if he can eat with a fork and knife?

      Who is going to be in charge of etiquette lessons or is he going to embarrass the nation at state dinners?

    2. Leland8:51 AM

      "Just you wait until someone explains the Constitution and the Supreme Court to him."

      I don't believe it would do any good to explain it to him. He would refuse to accept it as a fact. He's a spoiled little brat who will (and does) throw tantrums whenever something is explained that contradicts or limits what he wants to do.

    3. The more he beats on Lewis, the more Congresspeople are going to shun his inauguration. Right now it's only Representatives. Just wait until the Senators start ditching.

    4. Anonymous10:39 AM

      I certainly hope these un-American traitors keep dropping out and showing their anti-American colors. It will make it easier for the independents to remember come next election who NOT to vote for.

    5. Anonymous8:30 AM

      10:39 Get your FACTS straight. Russia and Comey put this orange turd into office. Educate yourself, unless you are a PayMe and education is over your head?

  9. Anonymous6:33 AM

    WaPo's count yesterday was up to 59.

  10. Anonymous6:58 AM

    OMG, that photo should come with a warning sign!!!

    I sure hope trump doesn’t expect the taxpayers to foot the bill for his health insurance.

    It sure looks like he has a pre-existing condition, called Lard Face and republicans have been telling us folks with pre-existing conditions are costing the rest of us a lot of money.

    By the way, the sentence should read our CURRENT president won the Noble Peace Prize,,,

    Lard face trump has not been sworn in, he is not president, he is president elect but not elected, therefore the last president would be Bush.

  11. Anonymous7:05 AM

    Putin 'feels like he's been elected president'

    After the Russian leader rallies to Trump's defense, Masha Gessen argues a triumphant Putin is 'out to destroy the world as we know it.'

    Donald Trump faces 'deep hostility' from voters

  12. Anonymous7:05 AM

    The second paragraph quoted sums up the means to their end to be in power. It also sums up what Trump's voters believe must be done to increase their financial circumstances so they not change either.

    I can believe that half the country were disinterested in candidates who championed making college education more affordable, free community college and training programs. For many voting for the guy promising to make them wealthy magically blaming politicians for screwing them over for lousy decisions deemed incompetent and foreigners was a promise they wanted to be real. They surrendered their personal power
    to make positive changes in their lives empowering wealthy Donald Trump seeking to disempower and marginalized others.

  13. Anonymous7:16 AM

    i'm so glad that my rep. in congress is skipping the inauguration. i called her dc office getting ready to leave a message, and got one of her aides on the line. and the aide is from the area and even knew where i was calling from - that's the way to represent the people who voted you in, to know them well, but also to take a principled stand when called for. i also thanked her for her support for the aca. i think i'll be calling a little more often considering who's in the white house, and who controls congress, let her know at least this constituent has her back and will gladly vote for her again.

    the same day, my tea bagger governor said she should resign and that rep. lewis should be thanking dead white presidents that he's no longer a slave and subject to jim crow laws. i apologize to the world for him, though he doesn't represent me or the majority of my state. democrats have to put a plan in place forgetting local and state governments back from the GOP.

  14. Anonymous7:36 AM

    "briefings in BULLet form condensed to one page""Bernie Sanders continued to have his way with Donald Trump"

    Teach the children well.

  15. Anonymous8:17 AM

    Any supposed 'watch' group, that has received 100 million dollars from George Soros, and also has been criticized for it's inherent bias by it's very own founder, is a joke. Not that it means anything to liberals 'if it supports our cause it must be true' lol.


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