Friday, 12 January 2018

Warning: Donald Trump has been been known to cause Amnesia!!

quote [ Tom Cotton and David Perdue: We don’t remember Trump using that exact language.

When I went to bed last night it seemed like the White House was prepared to plant its flag behind door number one. But then something changed. Trump denied that he’d used the exact language attributed to him by WaPo. And now here come Republicans Tom Cotton and David Perdue to help him try to walk it back. ]

How much is too much? When will people stop lying for this ass?

I was more than amused today when some people were shocked..shocked to lean that Donald J. Trump is a racist, That is not news to anybody who has been paying any attention...This the Birther #1.

The news here is hardly that Trump is racist or that he is willing to hang on the cross of immigration, that is his base and how he was elected.
The news is the deafening silence. Cotton and Perdue went so far as to lose all recollection of a conversation in the oval office only hours before but the overwhelming response from the GOP is ...Crickets.

Paul Ryan told the story about having a Friend who was Haitian...but that was about it.

Few Republicans have reacted to President Trump's remark about "sh*thole countries" as of Friday morning, a comment which Mr. Trump has offered a vague denial of making.

Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin broke his broke his silence Friday afternoon and responded to President Trump's remark about "sh*thole countries" a day earlier, calling it "very unfortunate" and "unhelpful."


There were the same few...

Jeff Flake

@JeffFlake

The words used by the President, as related to me directly following the meeting by those in attendance, were not “tough,” they were abhorrent and repulsive.

But most responses if any at all were like this.

Sanford on Trump's 'shithole' comment: 'It is what it is'

When does this guy's stink so bad that Link Text Description Goes Here">they worry the smell wears off?

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I went in to watch TV and saw this...pretty good answer to the question.

The National Review's David French discusses the Republican response to Trump's comments during a meeting on immigration.
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[by bbqkink@11:24pmGMT]

Comments

bbqkink said[1] @ 5:36pm GMT on 13th Jan
By the Way the Russians have not stopped they cyber attacks...

A White House that can't even organize a conference call is struggling to keep up with the more-than-daily crises created by Donald Trump, plus, past crises like alleged affairs with porn stars, while Russian hackers remain undeterred

White House mired in crisis as Russian hackers target U.S. Senate
bbqkink said[1] @ 8:02pm GMT on 13th Jan
bbqkink said @ 8:27pm GMT on 13th Jan
It also seem the Churchies are willing to play along...seems that shitholes and porn stares and adultery are OK after all.

First up from the God Machine this week is a look at the White House evangelical advisory council, whose members have remained steadfast in their support for Donald Trump, and whether the controversy surrounding his “shithole countries” comments has shaken his standing among these ardent faith-based backers.

Evidently not. The Washington Post reported:

A few members of President Trump’s evangelical advisory council — including its spokesman — on Friday defended the president after he made comments about immigrants from places including Africa and Central America.

In a statement to The Washington Post, [advisory council] spokesman Johnnie Moore questioned whether Trump had actually made the comments and accused Congress of holding up immigration reform. If Trump did make the comments, Moore said, they “were crass.” The reports about Trump’s remarks are “absolutely suspect and politicized,” Moore said. […]

Others in the advisory group — the only known regular pipeline of religious feedback to the White House — spoke in support of the president, saying that his language may not have been acceptable but that his views are.


This Week in God, 1.13.18
bbqkink said @ 8:44pm GMT on 13th Jan
bbqkink said @ 9:14pm GMT on 13th Jan
Bleb said @ 9:16pm GMT on 13th Jan
Jesus christ. You're screaming into an empty room. Give it a fucking rest.
bbqkink said[2] @ 9:59pm GMT on 13th Jan
In case you haven't noticed this ani't Reddit. 5 comments on a post or 10 post a day is a lot...don't fucking click.

And if you care to count my post get more comments than any other...so there is that.They are wonderful post they are better that great post everybody knows that.
bbqkink said @ 10:36pm GMT on 13th Jan
Seriously this is where I come to rant and hopefully in the process educate others...thought that is what this place was all about.
bbqkink said @ 12:55am GMT on 14th Jan
Maybe you are right I should have posted something important like...Chelsea Manning To Run For U.S. Senate In Maryland something will really effect our politics.
bbqkink said @ 7:24pm GMT on 14th Jan
It's a Miracle!!!

Tom Cotton and David Perdue:Memory suddenly returns!!!

Cotton and Perdue initially issued a statement saying they did not recall Trump saying "shithole countries." On Sunday morning talk shows, both senators further clarified their statements.

Perdue outright denied Trump made the vulgar remark, while Cotton said he did not hear the comment, and suggested Durbin has a history of misrepresenting White House meetings.


Ben Marter @BenMarter

Yesterday, Senators Cotton and Perdue “could not recall” what the President said. Today they can. That, folks, is a credibility problem. https://twitter.com/facethenation/status/952568567509241856 …
bbqkink said @ 9:24pm GMT on 14th Jan
bbqkink said[1] @ 9:52pm GMT on 14th Jan

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