Forget Collusion, Forget Obstruction, Hot New Talking Point Is “Culture Of Lying”

The irony of a Clinton henchman lecturing someone on lying. And I don’t say “former Clinton henchman” because when you join the Clinton Crime Family you sign in blood and give them your soul.

My reaction:


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133 Responses to Forget Collusion, Forget Obstruction, Hot New Talking Point Is “Culture Of Lying”

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Jump ahead to about the 0:32 mark for the actual video.

  2. Dora says:

    This is so stupid!

  3. Dora says:

  4. lyn says:

    U.S. media embraces the culture of lying.

  5. Mothy67 says:

    I was watching the clips from 2016 election night. Maybe it was shock but most were not crazy. A few were even aghast that Hillary had not conceded with grace. Somebody maybe Tapper even said only Trump was asked at the debates if he would challenge results. There was a lot of blame placed on hillary. Her insults her lack of campaigning. I had only seen highlights before as I watched Fox that night. Clinton crony george papa was the only one that seemed suicidal and he mostly just looked like a lost puppy. I haven’t gotten to madcow yet.
    I am doing major cleaning today. Walls, carpet, cobwebs, empty liquor bottles under the bed kinda cleaning so i am playing election night stuff for amusement as I labor.
    Wondering how w e got here.

    • Island Girl says:

      That is funny Mothy, it was an early night here LOL and will live on in my memory 4 fricking ever;

  6. lyn says:

    Nothing has changed.
    Many who did not vote for Trump loathe him with the intensity of a white-hot rod poker prodding at their souls. Their hair is still on fire, and nothing in the world can extinguish it until he is out of the White House, preferably in handcuffs.

    • 49erDweet says:

      They haven’t the slightest hint that failing says more about them than it does about DJT.

    • John Denney says:

      Oh, yeah, I’ve got a friend like that. Smart guy, thoughtful and kind in a lot of ways, but when I posted yesterday that there was no collusion and no obstruction, the FAKE NEWS media had been wrong on the subject for years, but Fox got it right, he responded:

      “John, you are completely full of tRumpf s**t. He did collude, and Barr lied. The only Fake news is embedded between your ears and that is a shame.”

      I’m baffled. On this subject, he’s blind to facts, reason, and logic. It’s like an article of faith that Orange Man Bad, despite the lack of evidence.

      • taw46 says:

        You are describing my two relatives. I will never figure this one out, totally out of character for both of them. And they liked Trump. Until he started winning.

  7. Mothy67 says:

    Answering your question about The Confluence —- there are very few comments on any posts. I scrolled down a bit. I think 17 was the most I saw going back to April 9.
    Kinda sad as although I don’t think I ever posted there back in 2007/8 I thought she was an interesting writer. I just tried to read her latest but I drifted off. Age thing? When I don’t care about something I don’t even bother. Commen ts I did were mostly from a woodpecker who makes no sense to me.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Thanks for checking so I don’t have too. 🙂

    • Mothy67 says:

      I went back and read her post for today.
      “You can look it up from the time he was fined by the feds for not renting to African Americans 40 years ago.”
      She is just regurgitating shite. One bing search revealed
      “None of the 43 accusers blamed Donald Trump; there’s no evidence that he created or carried out discriminatory policies. In 1975, the Trumps began policies of affirmative action renting, to reach 10% black occupancy. By 1977, they exceeded this requirement. Finally, the DOJ closed the case for “lack of evidence” or new complaints.”
      The man was heralded by African Americans for decades.
      She is just blind with hate. Might slowly be dawning on her that hills will never be president.

  8. lyn says:

    • Mothy67 says:

      He was good this morning but last night he seemed to be stumbling over his words. You can see the happiness in his face in what you posted. Bet he’s a terrible poker player.

  9. Mothy67 says:

    Madcow gloating over killary taking SC weeks before election (Trump won 55 to 41)

  10. taw46 says:

    Don’t know if anyone posted this from yesterday, but I just saw it. Kellyanne is the best.

  11. Mothy67 says:

    I really feel like looking back this morning. This is a great one

  12. Venus E. Lee says:

  13. helenk3 says:

    during the backtrack years wasn’t this the song the dems sang to him?

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  15. Mothy67 says:

    What I will never get about 2016 was how did hills peeps miss the climate of sites like Hillaryis44. It was a big online deal in 2008. Attacked. Posters were doxxed. That was the first blog I ever made a comment. I spent many hours phone banking, marched with the she devil on St Patricks Day. Drove around and walked up hills on primary day escorting seniors to the polls. Then she folded. I was not a “fan” or “groupie” I honestly thought she was the best there was. I fell for the NH tears. I was harassed and called racizt because of a sticker on my jacket while pushing a baby in a stroller. Such bullshit. She became something else in the span of a month. I quit her and am sickened by the fact I was duped.
    My point is that His44 was of note in 2008. They too said fuck you to proggie hillary. How did wunderkind Mook not consider that aspect. Do they really see voters as fanboys? I think they do. Celebrity.

    • lyn says:

      Hillary supporters should have made the Democrats pay in 2008. We would have had a female VP. Also, Democrat women should have supported Hillary over Obama in 2008. Those dumb bitches who didn’t had no reason to cry or resist in 2016 and beyond.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Progs are greedy. Hillary would have won in 2008 followed by obama in 16 and they could have transformed the country beyond recognition. They wanted it now and woke up many people. All they had to do was take it slow. Nope NOW. Fucked themselves. Same with Gosnell. Regular news coverage would have had him convicted locally and forgotten instead they by ignoring highlighted the agenda. A movie resulted. They are not that smart.

        • lyn says:

          I agree. Hillary would have won in 2008 if Democrat women wouldn’t have bee entranced by Obama’s teleprompter magic.

          • DeniseVB says:

            After Edwards dropped out I joined Team Hillary just because her supporters were nicer to me 🙂 Then she dropped out I supported Sarah Palin and that guy she was running with. Damn, if McCain had only been as ugly to Obama as he had been to Trump, he may have won 2008. Sarah was the reason he didn’t lose by worse, then he blamed her for the loss. Such garbage.

  16. Dora says:

    Ivanka cuts loose! The first daughter shows off her dance moves, and trades laughs and kisses with the locals as she joins riotous celebration to mark her arrival at an Ivory Coast cocoa farm

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  18. Mothy67 says:

    I put together a lawn mower all by myself. I suck at putting things together and I have to buy a new lawnmower every year. This time I only have two extra screws. I am getting better.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    Great rant.

  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

  21. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Constance says:

      That sounds like a Seattle Progressive. I think the energy consumed in living with the cognitive dissonance of their pretend world vs the obviously real world sets a lot of them off. They don’t have enough energy left over to make a good life for themselves so if anyone crosses their path who causes a little bit of reality to seep in, they react violently. It’s a threat to their fragile world.
      There is this Facebook group “Seattle looks like Shit” where people put up photos of the disgusting stuff they come across in Seattle and every time I mention it Progs go ballistic. It just sucks their energy trying to pretend everything is OK.

      • lateblum says:

        Well, dd#1 is still a homeowner in Chicago, and still planning to move to Seattle for her job. She has been commuting from here to there and back again since fall. But last weekend she said to me she was rethinking moving to downtown Seattle. So, I’ll ask you, Constance, where should she look? My bff lives in Kirkland. Her own adult daughter lives in Bellevue(?). Where are areas that are safe from the WA madness? She works for Bill Gates company.
        Thanks for any ideas.

        • lyn says:

          Hubby’s sister lives in Queen Anne. It’s hilly, and that has kept some things away. If I lived there, I would live close to work.

          • elliesmom says:

            When we visited Seattle, we stayed in Queen Anne. It was a bit hilly, but close to where we wanted to go, but not too close. As cities go, I thought Seattle was sort of bland, but we felt safe and comfortable in that part of the city. It was three years ago or so, though.

  22. DeniseVB says:

    Yay, I’m on topic 😀

  23. taw46 says:

    I love this photo from yesterday.

  24. John Denney says:

    Yet another clueless article that propagates the idea of a religious war in Northern Ireland.

    In an interview long ago in Playboy, Bernadette Devlin stated the true reason for The Troubles. The British conquered Northern Ireland, confiscated all property and authority, and then brought in Scots settlers, giving them the property and authority. The native Irish were Catholics; the Scots, Protestant. The natives have been fighting to win back what they lost ever since, but now the descendants of the Scots settlers are called Irish, so the shorthand way to distinguish them is by religion, giving the false impression that it’s a religious war.

  25. Mothy67 says:

    She is HOT

  26. Myiq2xu™ says:

  27. Venus E. Lee says:

  28. taw46 says:

    • Cisco says:

      And cut the “Hot Line” too.
      Stupid, stupid, stupid.

    • Constance says:

      I’m sure the Russians and everyone else realize the Libs will destroy our country given half a chance so Russians don’t need to work to hard. I mean we have so many stupid citizens it’s only a matter of time until another liberal idiot gets in.

  29. taw46 says:

  30. elliesmom says:

    I hate to say it because I can’t stand the woman, but Donna Brazile is a better fit for the Five than Juan Williams.

    • Constance says:

      I totally agree. She is very conniving and also professional and can fit where ever she needs to.

    • helenk3 says:

      I will never forget or forgive her telling a young girl who was voting for the 1st time “stay home” because she did not want to vote for backtrack.

    • Anthony says:

      I was thinking that. A step up from Marie the shrieking harridan Harf. Donna Brazile is slippery, but she knows it. Plays well with others. I’m also hoping Juan is gone for good.

  31. DeniseVB says:

    I thought Brie Larsen signed that pledge to boycott Georgia ? Feminism is so confusing 😛

  32. lyn says:

  33. taw46 says:

    An update on Notre Dame. (An electric short circuit, a computer glitch, an electrical problem in elevator near spire. Some of the things they are looking at.) Also distressing to read pieces of stone have been falling from building.

  34. Cisco says:

    Yea. And if my sister had balls, she might be my brother.
    This shit is never, ever going to stop.
    And and when President Trump wins again in 2020, it will still continue.

  35. Cisco says:

    Again, I repeat my self, but it’s because of sniveling rinos like Mittens, why I don’t donate to the RNCC or RNC.
    Strictly to Trump/Pence or any candidate Trump endorses.
    Any mention of RNCC or RNC is the kiss of death ☠

    • Anthony says:

      Oh God, like I needed another reason to hate him…

      Tell me something – doesn’t obstruction of justice need to have a crime somewhere in there thats being obstructed? Is Trump being charged with obstructing the Deep State’s illegal coup? Or is he being charged for obstructing the crime they wish he committed but never did? Either way, Mittens can eat me.

      • Cisco says:

        I think that’s the whole point.
        How can you obstruct a crime that never has occurred.
        Not the investigation of the allegation, but the alleged “crime “

    • lyn says:

  36. helenk3 says:

    I am not sure if it is Tomorrow or Sunday both Rudy Guiani and pencil neck shift will be on the same show on fox. just heard the end of the announcement

    • Cisco says:

      The leading question that Rudy should ask is,
      ” Schiff, you’ve been running your mouth that you have evidence that Trump colluded with the Russians or attempted to obstruct the Müller hoax. Where is it’
      Produce it now or GFY.

    • lateblum says:

      Thank goodness I’ll be too busy to watch anything on Sunday.

  37. taw46 says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good news, what a little fighter ! If Christine Ford got a million off gofundme, he should get 10 bazillion, he’s probably got a lifetime of rehab ahead of him, severe brain trauma worries me 😦

  38. swanspirit says:

    My granddaughter is doing a Veterans donation, for her birthday. I am so proud of her!
    Help if you can.

  39. taw46 says:

  40. Dora says:

    More about the song that got Kate Smith in trouble more than 80 years later.


    “Kate Smith’s ‘God Bless America’ out at Yankee Stadium over racist songs”

    “Most famously, Smith sang a 1931 song, “That’s Why Darkies Were Born,” which opened: “Someone had to pick the cotton, Someone had to pick the corn, Someone had to slave and be able to sing, That’s why darkies were born.”

    The song, which has been called a satirical take on racism, was a big hit for Smith, and also was recorded by Paul Robeson.”

  41. DeniseVB says:

    New Thread Up !

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