MOOT – The Walls Are Closing In Edition

A little flashback to October 2018 and the last days of the presidency of poor, doomed Donald J. Trump. That arrogant fool actually thought he could beat the Deep State. President Pelosi has demonstrated that she has no intention of making the same mistake. Using her first official act to order the arrest of Trump, his children, the entire staff of Fox News, and all the top people in his administration shocked a few people, but they won’t be causing any trouble down there in Gitmo. Informed sources say that former VP Pence is still resisting his Straight Conversion Therapy.

Unleashing Antifa on the MAGA protestors was smart because it gave her plausible deniability. Using the Army to crush Antifa as soon as the MAGAs were gone was a stroke of genius.

The clip below demonstrates that SNL has chosen to atone for being funny and mocking Democrats.

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Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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70 Responses to MOOT – The Walls Are Closing In Edition

  1. lyn says:

    SNL is for losers.

    • Mothy67 says:

      It’s just not funny. They have let the hate for Trump color the whole show. And three years is a long time to run with the same stale joke.

    • Anthony says:

      It reminded me of the first rehearsal of an elementary school play written by 4th graders

    • Anthony says:

      The accuser is female. I have my doubts about this…

      • michelina says:

        I agree Anthony————-wrong sex/gender

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Cory Booker should pay some woman to file a false paternity claim against him. Even better – 3 or 4 women. With Pete Buttplug grabbing the “Gay candidate” slot and Kamala Harris grabbing the “Black Candidate” position, Spartacus is left with “Toxic masculinity candidate” as his remaining option.

        Now that Jellobutt dropped out I guess he could try to be the Crazy Cat Lady candidate too.

  2. Dora says:

    I hope Thursday’s rally brings in the biggest crowd ever!

  3. Dora says:

    This is not satire. It’s just moronic.


    Democrats mull masking whistleblower, holding testimony at remote locale: report

    House Democrats are looking to prevent the whistleblower from being identified by holding the person’s testimony at a remote location and potentially changing their appearance and voice.

    • Anthony says:

      How about using a ventriloquist?

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Juries like to see the witnesses. As far as impeachment goes, the trial would be in the Senate but the real jury is the voters. At some point they will expect to see the accuser(s) get questioned and cross-examined.

      No witness, no case.

      The idea that the whistleblower is in fear for his life because of Trump doesn’t pass the laugh test.

  4. Dora says:

    • Somebody says:

      Nothing happened to him, he resigned and no doubt took his pension with him. He probably has some cushy consultant job now and is taking in big bucks for virtually nothing.

      He’s not even a footnote to history. He was found to have a “lack of candor” in a IG report that very few read and will end up in the dust bin of history. It had very little, if any impact on his life. Yet he was one of the players in an all out frame job against the President, at a minimum. A case could be made he was part of a coup attempt and he just walks away with a report about his “lack of candor”. I bet he was just shaking in his boots 🙄

      This is why I’m sick of hearing wait for the IG report on FISA abuse. Really? Why? So we can hear about all the players “lack of candor” and that the DOJ declined to prosecute? No thanks.

      Funny if we were caught taking bribes I seriously doubt DOJ would decline to prosecute. If we lied under oath I doubt it would be considered a “lack of candor”. No it’s a fucking felony, but those laws are only for people who aren’t part of the club.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        If they ever do start arresting Deep Staters they’ll need to hire Wayne Brady to sort out who gets a plea bargain, who gets immunity, and who gets zonked.

  5. Dora says:

    Yesterday the mob attacked the Wall Street Bull, a favorite of New Yorkers and tourists alike. This is their explanation.

  6. helenk3 says:

    Is there anybody in the dem party that did not work for the ukraine? It has become almost like a right of passage

  7. helenk3 says:

    good question. they are sipping tea instead of throwing it into the harbor

  8. votermom says:

    Something that’s bugging me. Was chatting with a co worker about holidays coming up and Columbus day came up and she told me she hates Columbus because he’s evil. I think she holds him personally responsible for Native American genocide.
    I think I shocked her be not agreeing and by saying well, in some case, like the Aztecs, it was a good thing they got wiped out.
    What bugs me is that I let myself respond – I normally wouldn’t have.

    • DeniseVB says:

      That was a good response though. 🙂 I think the current bad rap Columbus is getting is part of revisionist white man bad history. 1492 was a looooong time ago, evil people were doing evil stuff to each other all over the world. Still are in some Islamic countries, including slavery is still okie-doke in some of those too.

      • DandyTIger says:

        I like to poke people about this by saying whether you’re from the asian land bridge, the european land bridge, later immigration from other places of the world, happy whenever you got here day, esp. via Columbus’ discovery. And a reminder, there are no humans that originate from this continent. 🙂

        • DeniseVB says:

          In Columbus’ day, the world was all Flat Earthers, he did a brave thing by not falling off the edge of the earth 😀 Yet, we still have flat earthers today, history is hard work 😛

          • elliesmom says:

            Actually, no. Most everyone knew the Earth was a sphere by 1492. Eratosthenes even calculated the circumference of the Earth in about 250 BC. But along came Washington Irving in 1828 who wrote a mostly fictional account of Columbus’ voyages. In it he said Columbus was sailing to prove the Earth was round. School children read the book. Some of them grew up and became teachers, and they taught their students people in 1492 believed the Earth was flat, and so the false history has become “fact”.

            Every year I did an experiment with my 8th graders using basketballs to show them how Eratosthenes calculated the circumference of the Earth at the same time the history teacher was teaching them about ancient Greece. But old ideas die hard, and when they got to US History a couple of years later, the teacher was still telling them Columbus was trying to prove the Earth isn’t flat. I know because the kids came back and told me, Columbus was hoping to find a shorter route to Asia and the East Indies. What he didn’t know is there were some giant landmasses in his way. But he and most everyone else knew sailing around the world should be possible.

          • Anthony says:

            You’d think they’d have figured out that if the earth was reslly flat, cats would’ve knocked everything off of it long before the Miocene era.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Columbus was not the first person to try sailing west from Europe. He is the first person to sail west, reach the New World, and make it back alive.

            The thing that devasted the Native Americans the most was disease because they had no developed resistance to Old World diseases. But the Europeans lacked the knowledge and technology to prevent that from happening. Medical science circa 1500 was very unscientific.

            Once first contact was made and diseases were introduced, there was no way to stop them from spreading. The European diseases spread faster than the Europeans themselves.

            OTOH, Columbus and his men brought syphilis back to the Old World, and it spread like wildfire. Considering the way it is spread, that tells us there was significant human interaction all across Europe at the beginning of the 16th Century.

          • John Denney says:

            Yeah, the Indians are stilling killing people all over the world with tobacco, though.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Ellen got slammed from the lefties for daring to sit next to GWB at a Cowboys game. Here she is in damage control …. I’m Ellen neutral, she’s okay, I know she’s a liberal and loved her some Michelle and Hillary, I don’t think she’d ever welcome Melania on her show. That’s okay, I don’t watch it anyhow. A liitle Ellen goes a long way 🙂 Too little too late Ellen? She’s still getting slammed, from Libs, in her tweet……

    • DandyTIger says:

      I enjoy when progs get in trouble from other progs like this. They get to experience a tiny fraction of what the rest of us experience every day. The weaselly explanations are the best part.

  10. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Shifty Schiff just did a presser, followed by Jim Jorden. The press, including FN, is going nuts over the “obstruction of justice” going on here. This time they’ve finally got Trump, they’ve got him now. They’re going to pull a rabbit out of their hat.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Muh President. It’s kinda fun watching him turn the left and RINOs into war mongers though.

  12. lyn says:

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  15. Dora says:

    Oh for God’s sake! When is this crooked woman going to be indicted for something? Anything!
    There is a whole list of things to get her on. Instead, she is preparing for another run for president. It’s disgraceful! What has happened to America? Rant over.

    • lyn says:

      She’s not our president.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I can’t believe she brought up being on the Nixon Impeachment prosecution team. They were getting ready to fire her off the team for “ethics” violations (she dug up “dirt” unethically or something. It would have helped the prosecution, but they didn’t want to take a chance it would have bitten them on the butt for legal malpractice?). Anyhoo, Nixon resigned and the inquiry prosecutors were dropped before Hilly got her pink slip. It’s why her supporters always stuck with the SHE WAS NEVER FIRED defense. Pesky details, eh?

  16. lyn says:

  17. taw46 says:

    “She is the Speaker. She is not the House. She does not have the authority to call for the president’s removal. She can argue for it, like the other members. She can vote on it, like the other members. But she cannot do it by herself. Only the House, acting as an institution, can do that.
    The House acts by voting. It has never voted to conduct an inquiry into whether President Trump should be impeached. Consequently, there is no House impeachment inquiry. There is a partisan exhibition of synchronized dyspepsia.

    This exhibition includes strident letters from a cabal of committee chairs, all Democrats, falsely claiming that a refusal by Trump-administration officials to comply with their demands for information and testimony “shall constitute evidence of obstruction of the House’s impeachment inquiry.”

    In point of fact, the House has no impeachment inquiry; congressional Democrats have an impeachment political campaign.”

  18. lyn says:

    This is short and sweet.

  19. Dora says:

    I believe they are out of their minds. How else can such behavior be explained?

  20. Cisco says:

    If this article is accurate ,it will remind you as it did me of a certain Frederick Douglass quote.
    We’ve tried the first two , options seems like the Dem’s are pushing us towards number 3.

  21. DeniseVB says:

    New Thread Up. It’s raining and I was bored. 😀

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Mom just announced she was going to wait in the car. I told her (for the 3rd time today) that she doesn’t have anything on her schedule today.

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