Trash with big boobs is still trash

Udder nonsense

Please Gawd let this be the end of her 15 minutes!

Judge appears ready to toss Stormy Daniels defamation lawsuit against Trump

Federal District Judge S. James Otero appears to be on the verge of dismissing Stormy Daniels’s defamation case against President Donald Trump.

During a hearing in Los Angeles Monday, the judge said that Trump’s tweet from April 2018 expressing skepticism about Daniels’ claim that a man approached her and threatened her in Las Vegas in 2011 appeared to be well within the bounds of free speech.

After hearing arguments from both sides, the judge said the tweet appeared to be political hyperbole and opinion protected by free speech.

What this was was a sneaky backdoor way to revive stale claims that I first saw used against Bill Cosby. Your client has a colorable claim against a celebrity but the statute of limitations has expired. So you call a news conference and have her declare that he raped her. If he (or his attorney) call your client a liar you sue for defamation.

Meanwhile, a different judge has decided that Bill Cosby is a sexual predator and we now hear that Michael Avenatti has locked his Twitter account. I picked a bad week to quit Oxycontin.

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128 Responses to Trash with big boobs is still trash

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Constance says:

      I’m convinced that the “Michelle as a fashion icon” was a Leftist strategy to pacify women after the Democrat establishment dumped Hillary and installed Obama back in 2008. The men in charge actually think that women regard the First Lady as some sort of inspiration and leader of women. They ditched Hillary and then immediately tried to sub in Michelle and to a lessor extent Carolyn Kennedy in fashion articles. Of course they still don’t have a fucking clue it didn’t work. I think Michelle may have the worst taste of any public person I have ever noticed. The only thing she looks really great in is highly constructed ball gowns and even then that bed spread dress she wore to the first inauguration ball was a jaw dropper for the wrong reasons.

      • elliesmom says:

        While the society pages have often made note of what the First Lady wore to a special event, the only First Lady who was considered a “fashion icon” before Michelle Obama was Jackie Kennedy. I remember my grandmother making Mamie Eisenhower’s fudge, but never copying her clothes. When Jackie became First Lady everyone wanted her “look”. I think the whole thing with Michelle was trying to convince us the Obamas’ had brought back the glamour of Camelot. Both Jack and Jackie came from families accustomed to wealth. They were at home in the White House and around wealthy people. The Obamas might have had a cleaning lady in Chicago, but Michelle had never managed a household staff or entertained high society. Like they say, you can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear, and Michelle didn’t bring on the people who could help.

      • lateblum says:

        I agree with your assessment of what she looked good in. In addition to the bedspread gown she wore at the inauguration, there was a white number that resembled something made out of towels. It too, was a highly structured dress that I initially loved until a got a really good look at it. Maybe they should stay out of the linen closet when designing for her. She ends up looking like a cleaning lady who raided the Goodwill donation bags.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I always pop into the First Ladies Gallery when in DC. It did look like the chenille bedspread of yore. Better yet, like a bridal contest for a toilet paper wedding gown. The Jimmy Choo’s looked like a small starter navy of gun boats, yuge! A few years later, saw her second inaugural ball dress, the red thing. My word, it had Scarlett O’Hara’s waistline!

          Looking forward to my return trip, since the Trump Inauguration, to DC the end of Oct and definitely made time to visit the gallery to see Melanie’s dress in person 🙂

  2. lateblum says:

    There is also a tweet about this but I’m unable to access twitter. Maybe it was something I said?
    The former DOJ employee is now asking for donations because she needs help making ends meet, I guess. Funny how bragging stupid stuff can have consequences…

  3. elliesmom says:

    This is from an attorney who specializes in sexual assault cases. The Kavanaugh case checks all the boxes.

  4. Cisco says:

    I realize that Rush is not popular to some, perhaps many.
    Listening today I listened to Rush make imho, a most eloquent and sincere appeal to Collins of Maine and Murkowski of Alaska not to allow the destruction of Kavanaugh’s reputation, career and thus, livelihood.
    For them to look beyond gender and judge by the totality of Kavanaugh’s life and not the unsubstantiated allegations, (lies) made against him.

    • votermom says:

      I like Rush. He’s funny.
      I haven’t listen ed to him or any media in a while though as part of my destress regimen

    • taw46 says:

      I like Rush, but mainly listen to him when I am driving somewhere. I do look at his website.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I like Rush, when the weather gets cooler, I start walking with him in the afternoons 🙂

      The left absolutely loathes him, probably why I never listened to him during my dark lib years 😉

      • Cisco says:

        “The left absolutely loathes him…”
        Applies to President Trump, Rush and a small handful of others.
        Currently Judge Kavanaugh.
        “You have enemies?
        That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life”
        Sir Winston S. Churchill.
        On that note, if you haven’t listened to President Trump’s address to the UN, give a listen, you won’t be sorry.
        Tidbits. In essence but not verbatim, I Ciscoed up a bit.
        ICC, we make and enforce OUR own laws, so piss off.
        Forced migration, bugger off.
        Trump came out swinging and unloaded.
        No more f’king around with America.
        ps; America will from now on only contribute 25% of UN cost.

  5. helenk3 says:

    well backtrack did it so I guess it is ok. Oh wait he is a dem that is not allowed

  6. Dora says:

    In case you can’t see her in the picture, it’s Ford’s lawyer.

  7. elliesmom says:

    In MA the state legislature is called “The Massachusetts General Court”. Is our federal legislature also consider a “court”?

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

    They put out a video of celebrities staring at us with contempt.

  9. taw46 says:

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  11. Dora says:

    Can we just get this over with?


    Kavanaugh accuser asks Senate to limit press access for hearing

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  14. elliesmom says:

    One of the hallmarks of being an independent or unaffiliated voter is neither party “owns” your vote. If a party wants your vote, they should have to work for it. If I don’t vote for a Republican, that’s not a vote for a Democrat. It’s not a vote either party gets to count. One of the reasons I’ve never joined a political party, even when it’s meant I couldn’t vote in a primary, is because I refuse to be guilted into voting for a party that doesn’t work for my vote. While I won’t vote for the Democrats next month because they haven’t done anything that would earn my vote, the Republicans don’t get my vote just because they aren’t the Democrats. It’s hard to make some folks understand I support Trump and the Republicans who support him. The rest of the Republicans might as well be Democrats.

    I answered a call today from a GOTV person for the Republican running against Shithouse. Try as hard as I could, I couldn’t get him to say his candidate supports Trump’s agenda. When he said, “But we have to stop the Democrats!” But stop them from what? Where you agree with Trump and where do you disagree? “He’s not going to DC to rubber stamp Trump.” Then stay home in RI.

    • dm says:

      I get what you’re saying. I even agree with it. I go through an internal battle with myself most every election. Ultimately, I simply cannot stay home. Most of these politicians only say what they think it will take to get elected…can’t trust any of them…can’t believe any of them. It’s a crap shoot. So, every primary and general, I roll the dice, show up at the polls, and go for it. If I don’t, I think I would be mentally kicking myself every day.

      • elliesmom says:

        I used to feel I was morally obligated to vote. Then 2008 happened. I voted for John McCain because it was the only way I could vote for Sarah Palin. Then I got to see John McCain in action for the next 10 years. I felt dirty for voting for him. Now I feel morally obligated not to vote if there isn’t an acceptable candidate on the ballot.

  15. taw46 says:

  16. lateblum says:

    Can I for one, say just how painful it must be to have to haul those ginormous boobs around? I ache just looking at that picture of Stormy.

  17. taw46 says:

  18. Venus E. Lee says:

    Watch starting at 8:37

  19. taw46 says:

    More bs from @jack.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

  20. Dora says:

    Can you believe this?

    • SHV says:

      Still haven’t heard if her “paper work” was submitted today. Her written testimony is due 10:00 Am Wed. IIRC, the “letter” was sent third hand to the Committee and wasn’t signed, so she can walk away without criminal exposure, once/if her attys. submit official paper work, Chrissey Ford is now subject to Federal Code Title 18 Section 1001 and potential 5 years in prison if she is lying (no Oath required).

    • Cisco says:

      The Dem’s and their co-conspiracists, the msm will continue the barrage of bs until Kavanaugh is confirmed.
      But I believe even then it won’t stop.
      Just like the witch hunt of Russian collusion, it will continue.

      • Constance says:

        Of course it will continue. And wait until Ginsberg finally dies, I can’t even imagine what it will be like.

    • lyn says:

      According to Democrats, it’s not a court of law.

  21. helenk3 says:

    after watching the dems and their actions Cruz and a few other folks in restraurants the antifa sickos I was wondering , does any one know when they plan to have a krystal night in this country?

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  23. Dora says:

    That’s some beast! 🙂

  24. swanspirit says:

    John Cole is absolutely certain that Judge Kavanaugh is guilty, because why??? Why because John himself, was an entitled asshole in college that’s why! Not only that, but he knew guys who were even bigger assholes than he was; and he hung out with them! I know you all are shocked and dismayed, but take heart, John is sorry now. I know that makes everyone feel better.

    The most irritating thing about the whole Kavanaugh bullshit is that I know with every fiber of my being that he did everything he is being accused of, and the reason I know this is because I was one of those special kinds of asshole drunks that he palled around with for years. I never sexually assaulted anyone, and I didn’t whip my dick out at anyone, although I have a buddy who did the EXACT same thing at a party and I have another friend who stuck his dick on the bar on top of a ten dollar bill. I would never have done anything like that because I was a drunk even back then and would never do anything to risk being banned from the only bar on campus.

    • Cisco says:

      You were a drunk and an asshole?
      Dude, have SOME pride, don’t go bragging about it.
      You’ll never hear me admitting I was a drun…oh, never mind.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      John Cole is highly susceptible to peer pressure. When he was in school he acted like the jerks he hung out with. Then he joined the army and became an army jerk. He started blogging when he got out of the army, and he was a pro-military conservative Republican blogger jerk. He started working in academia and he turned into the antiwar Liberal Democrat jerk we see today.

  25. lyn says:

    What happened to this Joe?

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  28. lyn says:

    • Anthony says:

      “Anyone tuning in to the first Senate Judiciary Committee hearings earlier this month surely thought they had flipped to a circus show featuring Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) as Spartacus. Then later, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) entered as the fire-juggler, who, in the 11th hour jumps through a blazing hoop to magically produce a damning accusation of sexual assault against the Supreme Court nominee”

  29. lyn says:

    Rubin looks like a penis with an ill-fitted wig.

    • lateblum says:

      Rubin doesn’t give a damn if herinfo is correct. As long as it somehow fits the twisted and sick narrative of the Left, that’s all that matters.

  30. lyn says:

  31. Myiq2xu™ says:

    If you read the article carefully you will see that Kavanaugh Didn’t. Do. Anything.

  32. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • elliesmom says:

      Doesn’t the restaurant have a host or a hostess? Wouldn’t there be a phone close by the host or hostess’s station? One that could summon the police to remove the protesters? Did the restaurant comp Cruz’s meal and throw in an expensive bottle of wine?

      • DeniseVB says:

        All we had til now, was that shaky video taken and posted by the protesters making themselves heroes for bullying the Cruzes. Nobody saw any of the staff swarming the Cruzes to protect them, could be clever editing? I’ll take the owners word, which is a good business move (unlike the Red Hen harpie). We still don’t know how they were tipped off, or if Cruz’s schedule was leaked, I’m hearing they had 5 hours to organize. I’d feel better if someone was fired 😀

    • taw46 says:

      Well, I hope the restaurant is telling the truth. In that video, I did not see any restaurant staff until Cruz and his wife left, one opened the door for him. And then it looks like they walked outside. Doesn’t look like privacy to me, and I did not see any staff exit with them. Nor did I see police. Has Ted Cruz made any comment? I will admit that videos can be deceiving, this one was filmed by the protestors. So maybe there was more going on then we could see.

  33. Dora says:

    My senator. Isn’t she wonderful? Ugh!

  34. taw46 says:

  35. Dora says:

    I am getting so disgusted. When one story starts to dry up, they come up with another. I can’t even imagine what all this is doing to this man and his family!


    Kavanaugh Was ‘Aggressive And Belligerent’ When Drunk, His Yale Roommate Says

    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s freshman roommate at Yale University came forward late Monday, describing Kavanaugh as “a heavy drinker” who became “aggressive and belligerent” when drunk.

  36. Dora says:

    That’s one way to handle the problem,. I don’t like it. It’s too much of a Nazi thing.


    Kazakhstan Begins Chemical Castration Of Pedophiles, 2000 Injections Lined up

    First pedophile up for the injection is unnamed child sex attacker in the Turkestan

    • votermom says:

      I’m willing to see if it works

      • mothy says:

        I don’t think it will. My degree from L&O: SVU informs me that the disease is in the mind not the testicles. It is, I believe, the most troubling of all illnesses. Feel dahmer was less a monstrosity. It’s the corruption of innocence. How common is it? Over the years I have heard hundred claim they were victims. My gut tells me its mostly bullshit. When I watched I know my first name is Steven ( written by the same guy who penned The Days of Wine and Roses) I became physically ill. I know that all of my surgeries were done for my own good, but I had no propriety. My young naked body was in the hands of strangers for quite awhile. In 1970 it was about the science nothing was done for a baby boy’s mind. Back then my parents could only see me a few hours a day. I know that feeling of being hurt to your core. I am not equating open heart to molestation only the resulting feelings. You don’t behave the way I hear “victims” express themselves. There is so much shame and guilt. What I hear from survivors tells me they are throwing a lot of hurt in a bag and claiming sexual assault. I was 3.5 with one of the most fucked up tickers ever. I could read. Imagine being a child deposited in a hospital alone. My memories are so vague. They kept me in a cage. Really a crib with a barred lid. Richie died one night. Middle of the night. He had gotten out of bed and was writhing on the floor. I was in my cage and could do nothing to help him. I would be given a large manilla envelope at 3.5 told to follow the yellow line. I would then go in a dark room strip naked, press my body against cold slate or whatever that material is they use for x-rays. Cold voices over an intercom would bellow out turn to the right. I was a toddler. I was not clothed. My odds of living were slim to none. I know perhaps knew (though I doubt it) that I was a part of research. My heart was never going to make it. Four times normal size, left ventricle leaked, aorta to far to the right, a hole the size of a quarter and bonus another whole the size of a dime. My parents were dirt poor. Like my mom quit school in 10th grade- prego. They were hapless. Let docs do what they wanted. Kids. One side of my chest is half an inch higher than the other. They used an experimental wire on my sternum. It broke. The wires ripped through my skin. I was like a character in Alien. Will be 52 in January my one doc avers that I am the oldest living person with pig valves. They last 5 to 10 years. Mine are 48.
        My point is a sojourn in hell equips you and hampers you with certain aspects. I know the pain and contest liberal freaks who scream publicly about men. My gut from my experience calls bullshit. Judd? Really? I think her story is bogus but it allows millions to blame everyone else for pitfalls.

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  39. Dora says:

    I guess they’ve given up looking for intelligent life on earth.

  40. Myiq2xu™ says:

  41. DeniseVB says:

    LOL !

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