Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Keith Olbermann explains to Trump supporters that their leader is insane.

Really can't disagree with any of this.


  1. Anonymous2:19 PM

    This is extraordinary compelling. Should be shared everywhere possible.asap!
    Thanks for sharing .

    1. Anonymous2:59 PM


  2. Sadly, Trump supporters don't listen to Keith Olberann.

    1. Anonymous2:53 PM

      Doesn't matter, they are not the majority. We are the majority, it will be up to us to protest, vote in midterms to get a majority in congress, then impeach him.

      Yes we can!!!

    2. Anonymous3:14 PM

      Sadly, some people do listen to this ass clown.

    3. Anonymous3:40 PM

      you mean the ass clown that Olbermann's addressing, right numbnutz ?

  3. Anonymous2:32 PM

    Saturday Night Live Is Giving Alec Baldwin An Entire Episode To Ridicule Donald Trump

    ...One would think that the President Of The United States would have better things to do than to sit around watching Alec Baldwin make fun of him, but this is Donald Trump that we’re talking about, so the answer is no.

    The odds are that viewers will be treated to more of Baldwin as Trump than the usual cold open of the show.

    Trump will be watching when Balwin hosts, and by sunrise the following Sunday morning, there will be several angry tweets about how unfunny both Baldwin and SNL are.

    Alec Baldwin’s impression of Trump is funny, but one of the best things about it is that it drives Trump nuts.


    1. Anonymous2:54 PM

      BRAVO! SNL
      Wonder how many visitors will come to see him?

      tina fey?

    2. It's only been a week.

      At this rate, they are going to have to give Baldwin an entire hour every few weeks.

      Hopefully Trump's head will explode or his heart will give out in a few months.

      I honestly think the guy isn't going to be able to take all of the criticism, ridicule and humiliation.

      At least he doesn't read the papers. The political cartoons alone would kill him.

  4. Anonymous2:35 PM

    Glenn Beck Attacks Women’s March as George Soros ‘Astroturf’ Rally

    Beck thinks George Soros and radical Islam organized the march. The dead giveaway for Beck must be the pink pussy hats favored by Islamic extremists

    ...The ability of conservatives to delude themselves will never cease to amaze. Millions of women from all over showed up to protest Donald Trump in Washington D.C. this past weekend but all Glenn Beck can see is George Soros, radical Islam, and “astroturf.”

    Yes, Glenn Beck thinks George Soros and “radical Islam” organized the whole thing. The dead giveaway for the deranged Beck must be the pink pussy hats favored by Islamic extremists. This is as absurd as Bill O’Reilly’s claim that women were “told to show up,” that it isn’t Trump who is totalitarian but the women who protested against him.

    ...And yes, Beck threatened to rant maniacally if that’s what it takes, to get the media to pay attention to him. Watch courtesy of Right Wing Watch:


    1. Anonymous2:52 PM


  5. Anonymous2:36 PM

    Apparently Mr. Yuan is the Asian version of drumph ..


  6. Anonymous2:36 PM

    Trouble For Trump As Senate Democrats Vow To Fight Any Non-Mainstream SCOTUS Nominee

    ...Sen. Schumer is setting the bar for Trump at a nominee who could earn bipartisan support.

    The alternative if Trump tries to play hardball and nominate a right-wing ideologue will be a blockade of his nominee. The Senate Democratic Leader told Rachel Maddow earlier in January, “The consequences are going to be down the road. If they don’t appoint somebody good, we’re going to oppose them tooth and nail….We are not going to make it easy for them to pick a Supreme Court justice.”

    Republicans set this precedent by blocking Obama’s Supreme Court nominee. Schumer also told Maddow that he was fine with the idea of the Supreme Court seat staying vacant for Trump’s entire time in office.

    Democrats are going to protect the interests of the American people. There is going to be no rubber stamping of Trump’s nominee. If Democrats have a chance to take back the Senate next year, it would be in their best interests to not allow Trump’s nominee to be confirmed before the 2018 midterm election.


    1. Anonymous3:15 PM

      It is done. The dems screwed themselves and the republicans can do as they damn well please. Thanks Hillary! Oh, and thanks fake 'news' commentary like politicususa!

    2. Anonymous3:40 PM

      And just how are they going to do that being a minority in both senate and house? I gave up reading politicususa years ago.

    3. Anonymous7:20 PM

      @ 3:15 and 3:40
      Wow you really gave easily or is it just to discourage others?

  7. Anonymous2:44 PM

    more pertinent OT,

  8. Anonymous2:54 PM

    Since the dictator is shutting down all the federal agencies from communicating with Congress and the public, does that we can stop communicating with the IRS and not pay our taxes like “I know more about taxes than the IRS” donnie?

    1. Anonymous3:42 PM

      It'd be sweet irony if the IRS publicly went full force after drumph ...

    2. Anonymous4:48 AM

      Trump certainly has not "communicated" with the IRS with much honesty or regularity over the years. Otherwise he would have released twenty years of income tax returns at the beginning of his campaign, as Hillary Clinton did.

  9. Anonymous2:57 PM

    Here is the Proof that Trump is Indeed Lying about Illegal Voting


    ‘It’s Simply Not True’: Jake Tapper Slams Trump Over Belief That Millions Voted Illegally


    NBC’s Melber Slams Spicer After Presser For Defending ‘Widespread Criminal Conspiracy’


    Mara Liasson to Spicer: If Trump Thinks Voter Fraud Was Widespread, Why Wouldn’t He Investigate?


    POLL: How Would You Describe Trump’s First Few Days in Office?

    Awful 78.85% (2,214 votes)


  10. Anonymous3:01 PM

    JFK presidency was called Camelot.
    Trumps presidency will be called Scamalot.

    1. Anonymous3:38 PM

      Hope we are still here to talk about it after it's all over.


  11. Anonymous3:01 PM

    We the Sheeple

    Several state legislatures have proposed bills that would create harsher penalties for protesters, but none has yet been made into law.

    CLAIM: Lawmakers are creating harsher criminal penalties for protesters

    WHAT'S TRUE: Several state legislatures have proposed bills that would increase the criminal penalties associated with protest activity. harsher penalties for protesters, but none has yet been made into law.

    ORIGIN: On 23 January 2017, The Intercept posted a story giving a run-down of legislative bills proposed by various state lawmakers that would increase the potential criminal penalties to be applied persons arrested while protesting:





    1. Anonymous3:43 PM

      If this below is happening, anything is possible.


    2. Anonymous4:46 AM

      Why not a direct blow to the Constitution within days of Trump's inauguration! His pal in Russia will be so proud of Trump and his GOP.

    3. We already knew the only part of the Constitution Trump and the BananaRepublicans support is the Second and Fifth amendments.


      We are now a Fascist State.

  12. Anonymous3:13 PM

    FBI Director James Comey to stay on in Trump administration


    1. Anonymous3:36 PM

      Like we couldn't figure that out on our own.

    2. Anonymous3:44 PM


  13. Anonymous3:36 PM

    It is very disturbing that the dictator is shutting down all communications between federal agencies and the Congress and public.

    Someone had better inform him fast, that the public depends on them to notify us with important information for example out breaks of food poisoning and illnesses, recalls etc.

    This is not his business where he can do as he pleases because someone was mean to him.
    Group Begins Tracking Federal Agencies Told Not To Talk To Public

    The Sunlight Foundation, a Washington D.C. based watchdog group, has begun tracking federal agencies being instructed by the Trump Administration not to communicate with the public.

    Their website states:

    For the past decade, the Sunlight Foundation has advocated for all branches of the federal government to use modern technologies to inform and engage the American people, from social media to websites. We adamantly oppose measures that limit disclosing documents and data to the public, particularly the publication of scientific papers, research and analysis, or public access to government scientists or technologists that can explain the findings. We began building the following list of reported actions to limit public communication at federal agencies on January 24th.
    · Officials at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services were instructed to not to send “any correspondence to public officials.” (SOURCE: Huffington Post]
    · The Environmental Protection Agency froze grant making and told its employees not to talk about it. [SOURCE: Huffington Post]
    · The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service was directed not to release “any public-facing documents,” including news releases, photos, fact sheets, news feeds and social media. (SOURCE: Buzzfeed)
    We call on the Trump administration to disclose the memoranda that have led to these changes to the public, explain their rationale, and reverse the measures.


  14. not the onion3:37 PM

    Loyal patriotic citizens must stop harshing Dear Leader's buzz!


    "President Donald Trump thinks that unfavorable media coverage of his first weekend in office has not allowed him to "enjoy" the White House, according to a Tuesday report by the Associated Press.

    Trump believed that the media would cover him more favorably after he was inaugurated, according to an Associated Press report citing two anonymous sources close to the President, but instead believes it has worsened."

    1. Anonymous4:45 AM

      I guess no one dares tell Trump that the presidency is a full time job, that the reason he's supposed to live "above the shop" is so that he's either working or on call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (even if he's at Camp David or another location). There is virtually no time off for a president. I guess the reporters are afraid to point these pesky facts out to him and certainly none of his sycophants will.

  15. Anonymous3:48 PM

    'Enjoy yourself' drumpf


  16. Anonymous3:59 PM

    Feel the bern>

  17. Anonymous5:39 PM

    So true, and again I thank you Gryph and each and every non-troll poster here. I have been in such a deep funk for months and it truly helps to have this blog to get things of my chest.

    Great people here.

    1. Anonymous7:17 PM

      I second your comment !!

  18. Anonymous7:02 PM

    The public meltdown of Trump appears to be coming more quickly than any of us could have anticipated. Combine a mental explosion with his obviously poor physical state, and perhaps a debilitating medical event will rescue us from this countdown to Armageddon.

  19. Anonymous7:21 PM

    If you haven't seen Rachel Maddow's commentary on "President Donald Trump's Oil Grab Policy Puts US Troops At Risk", please watch this on YouTube, as we all shake our heads in disbelief:


  20. Anonymous7:47 PM

    The Trump Presidential fuckery is happening in less than a week after he took office. Or as our military personnel might say, "What a clusterfuck!"

    1. Anonymous10:14 PM

      It'd be nice if there was a military coup to take drumph out ..

    2. Yeah, I'm seriously already like "OK friends who told me to just give him a chance, how many things does he have to actually do that I disagree with before I can stop giving him a chance? They may have had worries when Pres. Obama was elected, but what's the first thing he did? Gag the EPA? No, he signed the Ledbetter Act which hurt .. no one.

  21. Olbermann is best when he underscores his points with humor. He's souring with age, having burned a lot of bridges.

    He's left with his trained baritone voice, silvery hair, and great alpha male height. He preaches to the choir, but nobody else pays attention.

  22. Anonymous1:59 AM

    Trumps national enquirer had a story on front page stating that malia Obama was in rehab. And trump wants privacy for his son.

  23. Anonymous4:41 AM

    That was Keith Olbermann at his very best. Every word he said was true. The tragedy is that the 21st century GOP doesn't care about the country and the GOP members of Congress hold the power. Only they can save our country now. But the GOP only cares about how to serve their current master, no matter how unpresidential or irrational he may be. About two weeks ago, people thought McCain would continue to question Trump's relationship to Russia,\; a couple of days ago, people thought that Rubio would challenge one of Trump's nominees. No. Republicans will say a little publicly to preserve a sheen of independence but they will do what the always do, follow their leader with no thought to the consequences for the nation or for the world.

  24. Anonymous4:58 AM

    More people need to follow Sarah Palin's humble example. That materialism and wealth should never be a goal.

    1. Anonymous1:23 PM

      You are joking of course, aren't you, Anon at 4:58 am? If Palin had not been obsessed with "materialism and wealth," not to mention the lure of celebrity, she would have completed her term as Alaska's governor. And then gone back home to Wasilla to raise her children and to provide the best possible care for Trig. She didn't do that.

      She opted for a chance at the bright lights and big bucks of television. She's still hoping for that. As a result, her children's lives are messed up and Trig failed to get the kind of interventions that would have given him the best possible chance for a relatively normal life. And, because Sarah Palin's name and face had become to familiar to the country, she could have blended some charitable work on behalf of children with disabilities with her life in Wasilla.

      No "humble example" with Sarah Palin, though, she wanted it all but she deserved nothing. And that's what she got.


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