President Trump Shows Class While Nats Fans Show Their Ass

So President Trump decided to catch a World Series game since the Washington Nationals are in it. When the National’s fans saw Trump on the Jumbotron they started booing and chanting “Lock him up!” No mention of what they want Trump locked up for.

Washington DC leans heavily in favor of Democrats The GOP might control the government, but the Democrats run DC. Do you know who the biggest employer in Washington DC is?

A: Starbucks.

But the second-largest employer is the US government. That makes me wonder – how many of those loutish Game 5 boo birds were actually booing their boss?

Today (and/or the rest of this week) there should be some breaking news stories. That’s why I’m keeping posting light. (They call me “the light-worker.”)

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57 Responses to President Trump Shows Class While Nats Fans Show Their Ass

  1. Cisco says:

    Nat “fan’s”
    🇺🇸MMXX🇺🇸 Mo-fo’s

  2. helenk3 says:

    the world is better off without him. this from an Arab paper on the dead terrorist

  3. DeniseVB says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      If you’re wondering why Barron is trending on Twitter, “Drumph” is a bad father for not taking him to the game. Man, the left just keeps getting swampier 😛

      • Constance says:

        I don’t really know any kids who are interested in baseball. I would say the average age of baseball fans is over 40.

    • helenk3 says:

      I think WAPO will be forever remembers for this obituary of a terrorist . On facebook there are ones for jeffery epstein as a tour guide for teenagers, for timothy mcveigh as a fertiziler salesman.
      October 28 2019 the day that wapo died

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Obama also released many terrorists from prison, like the guy who blew himself up this past weekend.

    • swanspirit says:

      If Obama had 1/1024 the amount of brains/ patriotism that President Trump has, a great many more people would be alive today.

      • lateblum says:

        If obama had ANY integrity, but he didn’t then and he doesn’t now.

      • DeniseVB says:

        It’s why the Tea Party took to the streets less than 3 months after BO’s first inauguration, at least he got that “honeymoon”, but he was a disaster then, and the enabling Dem Congress majority. It did lead to the flipping of the House and Senate in 2010 🙂

  5. taw46 says:

  6. DeniseVB says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      You betcha’. 😀

    • lateblum says:

      Stole it. (Your post. Not the $$.). 😉

    • John Denney says:

      15 years or so ago, a Little League mom who generally kept to herself, sitting alone to watch her son play, opened up to me a little.
      She marvelled to me that in America there is no death. She grew up in Iran, and death was everywhere. When she was about 12, on her way to school, someone gave one of her classmates a leaflet. The girl stuck it in a schoolbook to read later. School authorities found the leaflet, and her friend was hanged before sundown.
      This Little League mom had been sent out of Iran by her parents, who could not leave. They knew she was stubborn and outspoken, and would not survive.
      Poor thing; she didn’t seem stubborn and outspoken to me, but rather, had a haunted, distant look in her eyes.
      She never spoke to me again.

  7. elliesmom says:

    As a kid, I spent a lot of summer days at Fenway Park. We could get there on public transportation. It took two buses and two subway lines to do it, but the price of the first bus paid for the rest of the ride, and we had all day. Bleacher seats were cheaper than a ticket to the movies, and they let us bring our own food in, When one of us got our driver’s license, we could drive to the end of the subway line that took us to the park. Then we started hitting night games, too. That was the summer of ’67 and the “Dream Team”. I grew up not having much hope of the Sox making it to the World Series, but we were OK with that as long as the Yankees didn’t get to go, either. I’ve never turned into a fan who watches the game on TV. For me I have to be there. I didn’t really care who won the series this year. No team I love (the Sox and the Cubbies), and no team I love to hate. Well, I didn’t have a team to love to hate, but now I do. So go, Astros! Make us proud. Grind the Nationals into the dirt, and twist your heel into them.

    • DeniseVB says:

      It was the 50’s for me. Summer visits to the Brooklyn grandparents always meant Brooklyn Dodgers’ games with grandpa, he was so passionate about baseball and the Dodgers. I was probably 8-10-ish, he taught me how to, no made me, keep score on that page included in the game program. Never saw a Yankees game back then, they were for the elite NYers, Ebbits Field was were the blue collar hung out. OMG, those fans hated each other, we didn’t speak of “that other team”. Of course, this was the same decade I couldn’t play with minority or jewish kids. Brooklyn neighborhoods were very tribal like that. The Dodgers left Brooklyn (’59?) and it crushed me. But still have those joyful memories.

      • elliesmom says:

        When I worked for Hitachi, my Japanese boss bought weekend seasons tickets. He seldom wanted to go to the games both days, and he gave me the tickets for the other day to take my son to the game many times. When Setti gave me tickets, I had box seats on the first base line, but just once I took my son to the outfield bleachers. It’s a different world still, but not the summer haven for kids it used to be. The average age of a bleacher sitter has climbed as dramatically as the cost of the ticket and a hot dog.

    • Mothy67 says:

      You just gave me a major flashback. When I was a kid I had a bad heart. I was not meant to leave the hospital. We existed in this death ward. Kids that were not going to last. Willie Stargell would come by all the time. He would stay for hours. He read books to me.

  8. Anthony says:

    The more things change, the more they remain the same

    • lateblum says:

      Remember how vilified Martha was? she was one of my heroes.

      • SHV says:

        Remember how vilified Martha was?
        “The Martha Mitchell effect is the process by which a psychiatrist, psychologist, other mental health clinician, or a medical professional[1], labels the patient’s accurate perception of real events as delusional and misdiagnoses accordingly.”
        “Psychologist Brendan Maher named the effect after Martha Beall Mitchell.[3] Mitchell was the wife of John Mitchell, Attorney-General in the Nixon administration. When she alleged that White House officials were engaged in illegal activities, her claims were attributed to mental illness. Ultimately, however, the facts of the Watergate scandal vindicated her and garnered her the label, “The Cassandra of Watergate”.

  9. helenk3 says:

    terrorist leaders replacement
    I am not sure I have the right words for this article. I have an itchy feeling about it. are they downplaying the death of the terrorist saying that he was a hasbeen and not important anymore?
    is it the truth or propaganda?

  10. helenk3 says:

    Trump is giving a great speech to the Chicago police. when the video is available it is worth watching

  11. helenk3 says:

  12. lyn says:

    First, a little background to refresh your memory. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was an ISIS leader. He was a very, very bad man. In 2009, we had him captured and imprisoned in Iraq. For some utterly inexplicable reason, President Obama released him from Camp Bucca. Thereafter, Baghdadi and his troops took over the Iraqi cities of Fallujah, Ramadi, Tikrit and Mosul, and threatened Baghdad.

    Along the way they burned down everything in their path and tortured and murdered civilians, soldiers and police officers.

    Read more:

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