Angry Black Woman Is Angry That White People Run Away From Her

The former starting linebacker for the Chicago Bears can’t understand why white people don’t want to play with her. “It’s not my fault they can’t take a punch,” said the former Evil Stepmother of the United States. (ESMOTUS)

Michelle Obama says whites ‘still running’ away from minorities, immigrants

White Americans are “still running” elsewhere when minorities and immigrants move into their communities, Michelle Obama observed Tuesday.

The former first lady made the remarks at the Obama Foundation Summit, held at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

In a sit-down interview with journalist Isabel Wilkerson, in which Obama was accompanied by her brother, Craig Robinson, an executive with the NBA’s New York Knicks, Obama described when she first became conscious of what’s been called “white flight.”

“We were doing everything we were supposed to do – and better,” Obama said of her family, recalling when they got a new address on Chicago’s South Side. “But when we moved in, white families moved out.

“I want to remind white folks that y’all were running from us,” she continued, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. “And you’re still running.”

When white “folks” start moving INTO predominately black neighborhoods the locals call it “gentrification” and they oppose it.

Why do white folks take flight when black people move into their neighborhoods? I dunno, but it might have something to do with recreational activities in the inner city ghettos like the “Knockout Game” and “Pin the Tail on the Honky.”

OTOH, if I was built like Mooch I wouldn’t be afraid of anybody. This is your WOOT.


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244 Responses to Angry Black Woman Is Angry That White People Run Away From Her

    • Anthony says:

      This happened to my ex in April. He sustained a head wound, a brain injury, fractured ribs, collarbone, two fractures on his right arm and a foot shaped bruise on his chest. The police refused to log it as an assault because he couldn’t remember. They said “it’s an election year”. Thanks to mayor DeBlasio (that worthless prick), police stand down when old white people are attacked

      • swanspirit says:

        Omg, that’s horrible Anthony. 😱 Fuck DeBlasio, and all the other “officials” that allow this to happen, anywhere.

      • lateblum says:

        OMG. How horrible. Was that the friend you spent so much time with after the attack? I remember you had a friend who was suffering from a head injury at one time.

          • lateblum says:

            I remember how frustrating the situation was then. But I don’t remember what happened in the end. Did he ever recover from the damage?

          • Anthony says:

            He’s still recovering. Doing well, but it can take up to a year to fully recover. Sadly, the optic nerve in his left eye was permanently damaged, leaving him blind in that eye Have I mentioned how much I hate Diblasio?

          • lateblum says:

            I’m happy to hear he is still r covering. Yes. It takes so very long with brain injuries.
            And yes. I believe you may have mentioned your feelings about Diblasio once or twice. ♥️

          • Somebody says:

            Just saying he was attacked or had a head injury doesn’t begin to describe what happened to him. He was beaten unmercifully, it’s a wonder he survived. I can’t comprehend what kind of sub-humans would do such a thing.

            I hope karma visits the perpetrators in a BIG way, an ugly, slow, torturous and painful way.

          • Anthony says:

            True – I forgot I showed you the pics I took in the ER when you & hubby were visiting.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        So sorry he is still recouping – and it is much harder when one is past a certain age. I did not realize that this was part [or fully?] the reason for your ex’s problems. I am sorry to say I am not surprised. Things are only slightly better in many areas of the swamp. The bizarre displaced guilt, inability to see reason and seemingly suicidal views are strong in the blue koolaid crowd.

  1. mcnorman says:

    Moochelle is a moron. The obolas ran away from ChiTown to live amongst the white elitists. Does she not realize that everyone knows that?

    • lyn says:

      LOL. Hate blinds her.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Not only is she a moron (who talks like that these days?), but she’s dragging civil rights back to the 50’s. In her mind she’s the modern Angela Davis. I saw a few clips of that insipid Obama Foundation Summit, all the speakers seemed angry about something. MO’s brother, Craig, was one of the featured speakers too. I read that he’s now an executive with the NY Knicks NBA team. Now what po’boy just falls into that job?

      Worst former FLOTUS in my lifetime.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I think hillary beats moo, but cankles has had a head start.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Dragging us back to the 1850s and beyond.

        I was thinking about her dear dear brother and just how much he is getting out of the NBA love of China.

    • Anthony says:

      She’s also a man, and Epstein didn’t kill himself

      • lateblum says:

        “…and Epstein didn’t kill himself”. Who didn’t see that coming?
        I hope that 85 y/o former medical examiner/gentlemen who made that declaration yesterday doesn’t suddenly drop dead from “natural causes”.

  2. lyn says:

  3. Dora says:

    I believe this is the first step in censoring/deleting POTUS’ account.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lyn says:

      Fire the bastard.

      • Somebody says:

        Fire him? Not good enough, court martial at a minimum. Trial for espionage is the appropriate recourse. He’s admitted to multiple crimes to the press and shockingly under oath.

        • lateblum says:

          Could Schiff have promised him immunity for his testimony? And would that have been legal?

          • Somebody says:

            Schiff doesn’t have power to offer immunity, that comes from DOJ. A special prosecutor would also be endowed with that power, perhaps buried in Nancy’s resolution is the power?

            All of that is academic because he’s military and his assignment stems from the military, so too any actions taken against him would most likely stem from the military. Schiff doesn’t have jack to say about how the military handles him.

          • lateblum says:

            Good answer. Glad to hear it. So I wonder what motivated him to say what he did.

          • Constance says:

            Sometimes people aren’t motivated by money and power but are motivated by fear of threats. He or his family is likely being threatened by the FBI and CIA.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            In my experience, most people will tell you it wasn’t the money (or other reward) that motivated them, it was “Muh principles.”

            It’s just a coinky-dink that their principles align with the money 99% of the time.

          • lateblum says:

            Odd. Isn’t it?

        • lyn says:

          I agree, and I do want to see some of these people executed.

  5. taw46 says:

    • lateblum says:

      The media weren’t offended. They saw a chance to take a shot at POTUS and ran with it. They are clueless as to how unimportant they have become in the lives of most of Americans. This became another example of how bought and paid for they are.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I agree. It was a meme, I “got it” right away and I couldn’t believe it was being explained to me, lol. Did you see the candy bar on the minion costumed kid at the WH has gone viral? Yep, more red meat for the haters to comment on. “Proof he hates kids” or something.

        • lateblum says:

          Gotta say, the TDS is so strong that I am convinced the “obama foundation” is behind all of it. It’s too blatant.

        • lyn says:

          I thought the costume had a slit on the top for candy,. There’s Pulitzer for an enterprising newsie.

          • DeniseVB says:

            When I watched the video again, the kid was disoriented a bit because of the costume design, I don’t even think he saw POTUS and FLOTUS standing there, nor was he holding a bag? I blame the parents, who makes their kid unrecognizable when being photographed with the President and First Lady?

  6. lyn says:

  7. lyn says:

    • swanspirit says:

      I think that is absolutely hilarious!!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Texas should do that campaign ! Trouble is, the Californians who have already moved to Texas are still voting Dem.

        • swanspirit says:

          More proof, you can’t cure stupid.

        • Constance says:

          Republicans need to have a plan for how to deal with stupid voters because there are a lot of them. It was better in the old days where you had to register to vote 2 weeks before an election, figure out without the benefit of the internet where your polling place was and show up in a 12 hour period and vote in person after showing ID. The stupid people couldn’t manage that. Now they registered people when they get a drivers license, mail them their ballot and anyone can fill it out and mail it back in the next 3 weeks.

  8. taw46 says:

    • taw46 says:

      His name was out there weeks ago.

    • lyn says:

      Why did the CIA hire the fucker back?

      • taw46 says:

        Because they have caca for brains. {{Looks to see if FB is around}}

      • Somebody says:

        I’m pretty sure he initially was with CIA so he’d be returned to his agency. However, if the DOJ under Sessions had pursued criminal charges for the leaking of classified material he could have been fired for cause.

        This time, he has WB protection. Criminal charges will be seen as retaliation. He is however but a pawn, he had no direct access to the information. His sources at this point don’t have protection and can be charged like Vindman that testified yesterday and Misko who’s now on Schiff’s staff. Misko left the NSC the beginning of August and went to work for Schiff. Days later this was all put into motion. Misko and Ciaramella are BFF’s.

        • lyn says:

          You should be a reporter, Somebody. These Democrats need to be sued for fraud or somethng.

          • Somebody says:

            I presume this will eventually all come out. If the senate bites off on keeping the WB’s identity secret during an impeachment trial, then we’ll know they’re in on it. There is no guarantee of anonymity in the WB protections, only a guarantee of no workplace retaliation.

            I would think removing a duly elected POTUS would qualify as a damn good reason to publicly identify him and force him to come forward and testify. If that happens then he will under oath have to reveal his sources and the whole sham will be exposed. At that point I’d think even a good number of democrats would want Schiff run out of town, but who knows.

            If the senate maintains anonymity for the WB then we need to move in mass to DC with vats of tar and dump trucks of feathers. We’ll handle the vermin the way or forefathers did.

          • lateblum says:

            I know the theory is those under oath tell the truth. But I also know that liars will lie and will often get away with being untruthful. So why do you think the WB will truthfully reveal his sources? I don’t have the trust you have.

          • Somebody says:

            Well he has to point the finger somewhere or confess to hacking the WH. How else did he know anything? He said his sources were WH aides and NSC staff, he had no direct knowledge of anything.

            I suppose he could name Ivanka and Jared as his sources, but I think they’d refute it. I’d think anyone would refute it, but there should be some type of records of phone calls or being at the same party, etc Will he out all of his little spy friends? I doubt it, but Schiff clearly has a reason to have called the people he has. They must have some connection. As for Misko, the senate will have to call him.

  9. taw46 says:

  10. Dora says:

    • cynic says:

      A few Halloweens ago, I was cleaning for a woman on that day. Her husband had been killed in a car accident. It was a tragedy that consumed the whole community. He was a principal at one of the grade schools, and he was leaving a meeting at one school, and heading back to his school. A semi blew a stop light at the intersection, and killed him.

      Well, on that particular Halloween day, as I was washing the floor on my hands and knees, a hallway ceiling fixture fell to the tile floor and shattered.

      Then, in the formal living room, there was an antique curio cabinet full of collectibles. The door on it kept opening up. It never happened before or after that Halloween day.

      THEN, a piece of furniture in the master bedroom, that held her jewelry, opened on its own! It had never happened before or after that day.

      You may now play the spooky music.

      Oh yea, I forgot to add, he built that house, and she had remarried, and continued living in that house.

      • lateblum says:

        Really spooky… Did you ever go back there to clean on Halloween again?

        • cynic says:


          I’ve had many unexplained things happen to me in the past. All 3 had to do with someone who had just died. I think I told the stories here, a few years back.

          Someone here had a spooky story about a bus ride. Was it Elliesmom?

  11. Dora says:

    I used to have one of these, but I gave it up when I didn’t get the right messages.


    World’s largest Ouija board materializes in Salem

    Can the 9,000-pound Ouijazilla contact the spirit world? There’s only one way to find out.

    • elliesmom says:

      I gave the Ouija board up because it was sending me messages I understood. You couldn’t pay me enough to get me to use one now.

      There are some destinations that seem like the perfect place to spend a holiday. Then you go there on that day, and you see why the locals are nowhere to be found. I’ve been to Salem more times than I can count, but never in the month of October. The “Pilgrims” have so many visitors in November you can eat Thanksgiving dinner with them on nine different days. We lived within walking distance of the Old North Bridge, but on Patriots’ Day in 1976, we were “out of town”.

      • Anthony says:

        I keep away from them too

      • swanspirit says:

        I keep far away from those Ouija boards, and wouldn’t have one in my home under any circumstances.
        . I also don’t go into Ocean City, on Memorial Day, Fourth of July, or Labor Day. No local in their right mind, who didn’t have to work, would either.

        • lateblum says:

          It’s the Fourth of July here. No one leaves their homes on the Fourth. Or if they do, they call Uber or Lyft. It’s so crowded here, people can’t get back into their neighborhoods if they leave. Well, that’s not quite true. Some people have driveways and garages. But “visitors” sometimes park their cars and block private driveways in their excitement at having found parking spaces. Emergency vehicles often cannot get through it gets that cray cray.

          • swanspirit says:

            That’s the same in Ocean City, especially on the Fourth. If you drive in, you are more than likely to end up sitting in traffic. You are better off walking around, than in a vehicle.

          • Somebody says:

            Wow, I’ll stop whining about Shrimp Fest 😂 Traffic is a nightmare, but they have police at every intersection controlling the lights to keep it flowing as much as possible. As a local you’re screwed if you want to cross the highway, that turns into a 20 or 30 minute wait, but that’s about the only impact for me.

            The city ropes off or puts barricades in front of every driveway that is within walking distance to downtown where the festival is. Some of those people make money letting people park in their yards. The city provides lots of parking at schools, shopping centers, on the baseball field and throughout a huge park, at city and county offices, etc. Then there are free shuttles to transport people to the festival.

            So unless you live downtown in the historic district or are stupid enough to want to eat at one of the restaurants downtown, the impact of tens of thousands descending on a small barrier island is not too bad I suppose.

          • lateblum says:

            The mess begins around 7am when people start coming in to “save” their picnic spots at the lakefront. Depending on the weather, it ends after the fireworks end around 10pm. But if people are really buzzed, it can go until the wee hours of the next morning. The “private” firecrackers may be going off until people run out of steam or playthings. I live on the street corner where much of the foot and vehicle traffic travels. I’m also on the first floor of the building, so when people are standing around shooting off their crackers or their mouths, it can be really troublesome. The police don’t respond on July Fourth unless there is real trouble. Otherwise, they’re pretty good. Thank heaven it’s only once a year.
            Sad to say, I often pray for rain on the Fourth.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Yep, me too. When the kids were young, I dragged them to all the local festivities because it was something to do with them, dh always stayed home because he hates traffic and crowds. I get that now 😀

      • Miranda says:

        Mom and Aunt had a spooky experience with one when they were young women. They tried to call up my paternal grandfather, and the pointer flew across the room. I always figured Grandaddy gave them a metaphorial swat to the behind to keep them from getting into real trouble.

        • elliesmom says:

          Elliesdad and I had an experience with a Ouija board that kept us arguing over whether it was a real contact with the spirit world for 47 years. He bet me if he died first, he’d prove to me spirits are real and can contact us. We are happily coexisting now. Fortunately, no one in my life believes I have lost my mind.

          • Somebody says:


          • swanspirit says:

            There is an old ghost short story, I read years ago. I have forgotten the title, and the author, but I remember the story. I love this story.

            It starts out written in the first person,as a letter written to a friend , explaining why a third person, known to both of them, has become somewhat of a recluse, and a hermit.

            The writer has gone to visit the recluse, and related the tale.
            It seems the hermit, was not always such a private person.

            Some years before, he had married an attractive young woman, with whom he was deeply in love, and they lived in his lovely home, and entertained frequently. All seemed lovely on the surface, but the happily married man ‘s friends, did not approve of his spouse.

            They found her wanting in manners, and niceties they seemed necessary for their class.
            They related these thoughts and feelings to the man, and the man, who found no fault with her before, began to view her with a jaundiced eye. He began to try and improve her, and became very vocal of things he now found troubling.
            His lovely wife, took this to heart, and became more and more distraught, to the point that she eventually took her own life.
            The husband, immediately deeply sorrowful, realized his fatal error, and became filled with remorse, and regret.
            He severed ties with his friends, and wept bitterly every night, praying he could spend one more moment with his beloved.
            One night, as he was falling asleep, he thought he saw her, standing at the window, and he begged her to stay, but she faded from view.
            The next night she appeared for even longer. The man was not afraid, and looked forward to this glimpse of her, but desired more.
            As time went on, she appeared for longer periods of time, until one night, she actually say in his bed, and became solid, and they made love. She eventually became more and more of a presence, in his life, and they resumed their life together ❤, but when the housekeeper came, or there were guests, she disappeared, for a time.
            He stopped having all guests, and restricted the housekeeper to once per week. And he was living happily, in that manner, when he received the inquiry from his friend, as to why he had become so reclusive, so he told him, expecting that his friend would think him crazy.
            He begged his friend, to understand, and allow his privacy, and promised to write, but asked the friend not to request a visit.
            The friend, didn’t know what to make of the story, but agreed not to visit, and wrote to third friend, to explain what happened.
            They all remained friends, by way of correspondence.

            If any of you know this story, I would love to find it again. It’s the most romantic ghost story I have ever read.

  12. taw46 says:

    • lyn says:

      Awesome pawsome!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Wouldn’t it be cool if PDJT adopted him? Then I thought, nope, that’s a Belgian Malinois, not really suited as a family dog, maybe an addition to the USSS WH security dogs though 🙂

      • taw46 says:

        I was working at Kennedy Space Center when Kerry ran for President. John Glenn hosted him for a visit at the Visitors Center, then KSC. The Secret Service/Swat Teams were there with many Malinois dogs, using our office. I came back from my tour and walked in, it was a little intimidating with all of those dogs staring at you and all the guys with big guns. And I love dogs, but I was afraid I might make a wrong move walking through the room, lol.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Yeah, I’ve seen the police puppy training videos, I wouldn’t want to be in a room full of them either. Still learning good dog v. bad dog at that phase 😀

  13. lateblum says:

    Did we already know this???

    • DeniseVB says:

      I saw Greta mourning that loss for Fox, she was one of the best they had and dumb to let her get away.

    • swanspirit says:

      Wasn’t she a Trump hater? I thought I remember reading that somewhere, some time ago?

      • taw46 says:

        I never saw that with her. She was very professional, sticking with facts and not personal opinions, every time I saw her. She was the best they had in my opinion.

      • Somebody says:

        Jennifer Griffin is. Herridge I thought was pretty straight, but I read here people saying her Twitter had turned decidedly anti Trump recently. I guess she had an eye on pleasing her soon to be new employers?

        • DeniseVB says:

          Yes, thanks. I get those two confused all the time. and couldn’t think of Griffin’s name. She’s really gone full Never Trumper recently. Fox News is going through “a change” and I’m seeing more and more links to OAN news on social media. We just want truth and facts, not opinions, except for Liz Wheeler’s. 😀

        • taw46 says:

          Herridge is NOT on Twitter. I don’t think she has ever been on twitter. Maybe she will once she moves over to CBS. And I have never heard her discussing personal opinions about anyone, especially Trump.

          • Somebody says:

            I’m not on Twitter either, as I said I read that comment here. It appears perhaps Herridge and Griffin we confused by someone. Griffin is definitely anti-Trump. She gushed over Hillary back in 2016, it was disgusting.

          • taw46 says:

            Yeah, too bad Griffin isn’t the one leaving.

      • lateblum says:

        I don’t know. Her reports seem to be more objective than many others. I like her calm way of reporting. Perhaps that hides her bias.

    • Cisco says:

      🤔”She just won an award from the Congressional media of honor society.“🤔
      I admit I know nothing about her but…
      Congressional and honor don’t belong in the same sentence.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I caught that too when I first read about it. Congressional Honor is an oxymoron 😀

        • swanspirit says:

          Thanks, everyone for filling me in. I am getting so skeptical, and cynical these days. I think there has to be an ulterior motive, for anything media or political.
          We haven’t heard from Sheep 🐑 Smith lately, I bet he is up to no good.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Shep’s rumored to be going to CNN or MSNBC, which would be a better fit for him 😀

          • lateblum says:

            He is joining CNN per a tweet from Brian Stelter that I read yesterday.

          • Constance says:

            You could tell Shep despised Trump and hoped every hit on Trump would take him out. I’m sure he want’s to be on “the winning news team” when media takes Trump down. Except that won’t happen without civil unrest or civil war. Shep wants to be in the spotlight and be the next Bernstein or Woodward.

          • Somebody says:

            CNN is a perfect fit for Shep, they both suck.

  14. Mothy67 says:

    I just did the Monmouth poll.
    Some of those questions are so loaded.

    • Somebody says:

      Do tell

      • Mothy67 says:

        Lots of race, religion, lgbtq stuff worded in away that if you don’t give their answer you a a bigot.

    • Cisco says:

      Of course they are.
      That’s how HRC was 99% was sure to win in 2016 and now Creepy Joe is ahead of Trump just about everywhere and the entire country wants Trump impeached.
      Tell me the results you want and I’ll design the poll to get them.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    Always nice to read a conservative celebrity statement in support of our Donald 🙂

    • lateblum says:

      Sweet! Also I still have a crush on this man. It was revived when he appeared on “Friends” and has only continued with “Blue Bloods” and his tv commercials.
      (I, like Denise, am a really deep person.) lol 😘

      • DeniseVB says:

        LOL ! I’ve always liked Tom, it’s so nice when they surprise you by being normal, not a TDS celebrity 😀

      • lyn says:

        “Blue Bloods” is the only TV show I watch.

      • Somebody says:

        I used to have such a crush on Tom Selleck!

        True story, the very 1st gynecologist I had was a dead ringer for TS. It was a large practice and I was supposed to see my sister’s doctor, an older Marcus Welby type. I get there and they tell me we had to switch you to another doctor due to an emergency. The ladies in the waiting room swoon. They tell me how lucky I am, women wait months to get an appointment with this doctor.

        In my young naive mind, I think he must just an outstanding, super smart, downright genius doctor. 😂 I was absolutely mortified when freaking Tom Selleck walked in the room to feel me up 😂😂😂 I refrained from telling him the KY was unnecessary 😉

        I switched because I didn’t like Tom Selleck being my doctor. I went to my other sister’s OB/GYN, a nice elderly gentleman in practice with his son. He died 2 weeks before my appointment so I was seen by his son, a dead ringer for Matthew McConaughey🙄

    • lyn says:

      Selleck didn’t vote for Hillary or Trump in 2016. He wrote in the name of the Dallas police chief. This quote may be a lie.

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  17. swanspirit says:

    Sometimes a long memory isn’t a blessing! I remember Mooches inner city food desert program, wherein the federal government spent billions, funding inner city stores to bring in healthier food choices to convenience stores, because inner cities had been deserted by grocery stores.

    It was a dismal failure, no one changed their diet or lost weight, studies proved, and a lot of the money was followed to some scam food company, that was ultimately connected to the Obamas.
    Another non-scandal from the Obama administration.

    Never addressed the root of the problem, which was inner city crime, which caused the grocery stores to move out in the first place.

    • Somebody says:

      It wasn’t just inner cities that were labeled food deserts, rural areas were too. Much of my county was labeled a food desert. You know people had to leave their farms and drive miles to find a grocery store 😂

      • Somebody says:

        By the by, that company you refer too was brought into many of our schools to supply their healthy food 🙄 Because kids living on farms or in rural areas amongst farms have no access to healthy food…..needs to be shipped in 🙄

        • Somebody says:

          To not too, stupid autocorrect

        • Mothy67 says:

          Didn’t they add a bunch of rules to the farmer’s stands along the roads. Something really absurd like they had to have running water in case someone wanted to eat the apple right there. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone to a long deep look at all these companies, people that became very rich by their connections to the dims?

    • Mothy67 says:

      You would think that a food warehouse that offered curbside/sidewalk pickups and delivered would help solve the problem. They could even have kiosks with virtual aisles in a lobby for those with little or no internet access, but not an actual store. Give a tax incentive for the supermarkets to devise and implement on their own. I love pickup.saves time and money because I don’t pick up a million things I don’t need.
      I also use the Little Caesar’s app all the time. Feed quite a few brats. The pizza is cheaper than frozen. You order in app. They send you a code and text you when it’s ready or near ready. You walk in enter a code and your pizzas slide out of a warmer. You never have to deal with a person.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I followed that food desert initiative because at the time my dd was living in one in Brooklyn. Was hoping she’d get a decent grocery store instead of depending on bodegas that carried a lot of expired products (you can see the mold on the bread inside it’s packaging). Of course, nothing happened in her neighborhood.

      Seems the chain stores that were awarded millions for these projects…..yup, CEOs were Obama $upporters….chose to remodel existing stores with their grants because those neighborhoods were too dangerous. Nobody batted an eye? At the time Bushwick, BK was gentrifying (mostly by starving artists being priced out of Manhattan) and we know how much the Obamas hate those neighborhoods 😉

      Cash for Clunkers was a miserable failure too. Didn’t we pay to have perfectly good cars destroyed so they wouldn’t go back on the streets? It drove up the cost of used cars because so few were available then. How did that not hurt the lower and middle class Americans?

      Don’t get me started on Solyndra and the Obama green energy pals. Ergggh.

  18. Dora says:

    They are making me sick! This has to be illegal! Can nobody stop them?

    • Anthony says:

      Unfortunately, per a gleeful Judge Napolitano on FNC this morning, it is perfectly legal.

    • lateblum says:

      This tells me they’ve got nothing and can’t go home yet. They’re getting desperate.

    • lyn says:

      fuck them to hell.

    • Constance says:

      Shiff is likely doing this with great glee but Nancy is probably being threatened by the FBI and CIA who are driving this farce. Intell needs to be taken out and Trump is likely the only one with the resolve to take out these crooks. And if Trump resigns or leaves office our constitutional government is over and we will be subject to elitist unelected breaucrats forever.

  19. helenk3 says:

    I am using every word I ever heard on the railroad right now. listening to the hypocrite nancy use the American flag as a prop angers me. these bastards will not have a flag on the stage during their debates or rallies. They encourage people to disrespect this flag that many have shed blood for,
    Today’s dems Iran’s best friends. the last dem president gave them millions of dollars, now today’s dems are attacking the president that is now bowing down to them.and will give them nothing.
    In November 2020 if we want to save this country we have to have a clean sweep and not leave a dem in any office.

  20. elliesmom says:

    I don’t have any black friends. I don’t have any black neighbors. I didn’t go to school with any black kids. The diversity in my school was provided by the local Wampanoags. I live out in the sticks now, and I grew up out in the sticks. I’ve lived other places where there were black people, and I’ve taught black kids in school. But I guess black people don’t like to live in the sticks. We never ran away from black people, and we never did anything to keep them out. They just never came. I don’t know why, but “urban”, which I grew up believing was a synonym for “from the city” has come to be a synonym for black instead. There’s a Sunday TV talk show in Boston called “Urban Update”. It’s a show done by black people for black people. I guess “rural” means white? I don’t know. I live out here because I prefer the traffic I have to stop for is a flock of turkeys. Not because there are no black people.

    • 49erDweet says:

      I have relatives who – when I stop and look at them – are black. But mostly they’re just relatives. During the Korean war I was once the only white guy in a squad of otherwise black guys. In that squad were two groups. The smaller group were called “professional blacks” by the larger group. They were the ones that milked the system. The others were just normal people.

  21. helenk3 says:

    Kevin McCarthy was awesome. when the video is available it is a must watch

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  23. lyn says:

    Mooch needs to simmer down and stuff her millions where the sun don’t shine.

  24. Mothy67 says:

    Could the impeachment be a stratagem to block an SC judge if RBG is off the bench before 2020. He cannot appoint during an election year. Blah blah blah. Nevermind that the dims don’t control the Senate.

    • lyn says:

      He can appoint during an election year because his party has the senate, but fascist Democrats always change the rules.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Or with the help of the fake news convince the public that those are the rules. Can you imagine if the rethugs had any stones the things they could have done to that pos.

  25. helenk3 says:

    Has anyone noticed that the dems have no problem with joe and hunter biden making money off his position as vice president? They have problem with joe saying fire the proscutor you do not get any American tax money. But good God do not dare ask to have them investigated it could get you impeached

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  27. lyn says:

    Michael Smith, political analyst & ski instructor at the Not The Best Of The Web Today alpine study center outlines what I have been saying over and over and over…the House shows us EXACTLY why we are NOT A DEMOCRACY:

    If you ever want to understand what America would be like under a pure democracy, you just need to look at what is happening in the House right now.

    All you have to do is sit back and observe.

    So far we have seen:

    1. The majority conducting secret investigations.

    2. The majority making up rules as they go along (whenever they need the rules to avantage their position and disadvantage that of the minority).

    3. The majority silencing the minority and forbidding them to share any information under pain of punishment.

    4. The majority silencing witnesses when they might give evidence damaging to the majority’s objectives.

    5. The majority giving the illusion of addressing the complaints of the minority by allowing some latitude to the minority – but always and only with the approval of the majority.

    6. Singular people within the majority exericising dictatorial power on behalf of the majority.

    7. The minority has no power under the rules to challenge anything the majority does.

    The House of Representatives runs on a pure democracy model, no representative republic with an Electoral College to protect the minority here, the majority in power always wins.

    This is how “democratic socialist”/collectivist states work – the tyranny of the majority is always at play.

    ~Michael Smith~

    • Cisco says:

      “A man’s rights rest in three boxes:
      The ballot box, the jury box and the cartridge box.”
      Frederick Douglass
      Any questions?

  28. DeniseVB says:

    I love angry white women though. 😀

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  32. Cisco says:

    Something I found on twitter.

    Robert J. O’Neill
    Oct 29
    “Guess who quit smoking today??? Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi….“

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  37. threewickets says:

    I miss Afrocity and Black Commentator smacking me around lol. OT sorry.

    • helenk3 says:

      me too

    • lateblum says:

      I used to think I’d see Afrocity on campus during the 2008 campaign season.
      or was it 2012? Not certain now.

      • threewickets says:

        I remember her mostly from 08 and 09. Not around as much after Cannon Fodder and Flotilla. Gone by the time of the Great TC/TCH “Schism”.

        • lateblum says:

          Thanks. That’s kinda what I thought, but then I started doubting myself. But I will say that I clearly recall the same woman NOT wearing a BHO button. And on the UIC campus that was seen as being a traitor.

          • threewickets says:

            Who knows. People wear masks on the political internet. She said she was Republican and called people out for being RINOs. Course BHO was arguably a DINO Reaganite. He always said he admired Reagan.

          • threewickets says:

            George Soros is certainly a Thatcherite DINO.

  38. taw46 says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Did you see her video on the college campus wearing this costume with a black friend in white face? She is so cute, and smart as a whip

    • lateblum says:

      I hope she never goes near my dil. That type of costume was what started the scene in which dil was screaming at me about my “white privilege”. I so don’t want to do thanksgiving with my son and his wife’s family this year.

      • Somebody says:

        Then don’t Leslie. Plan a trip out of town, maybe go visit your daughter in Seattle or one of us crawdadders or plan a Friendsgiving at your place or a friends. Life is too short to be miserable.

        I’m contemplating skipping out on Christmas at my brother’s myself. We have breakfast at my son’s, watch the kids get Santa. Then my kids and grandkids come here for lunch and gift opening. Then we go to my brother’s for dessert and gift opening with extended family. Extended family has lunch at my brother’s.

        My prog sister and her family from CA are going to be here. She has severe TDS and can’t keep her mouth shut. She will be gloating over impeachment. I’ve had my fill of her and her snowflake children and if she starts shit I won’t back down.

        The rest of my family is very pro Trump, but they cater to her usually because she came all that way to visit 🙄 Can’t we all get along, can’t you somebody hold your tongue for a couple of hours. Nobody ever asks that bitch to hold her tongue and bitch she is. She was dunked in a bitch tank at birth, she’s always nasty.

        She skipped out the past two years, which was nice. Her fee fees got hurt in 2016 because nobody was allowed to say “his” name and we all did. We all gave each other Trump stuff, not her, but the rest of us. She was seething, for once my siblings joined in on my side 😉. Our mom is not in good health so she and her family are coming……could be mom’s last Christmas. For that reason hate to skip out, but I will NOT tolerate her constant nastiness, she may end up in my brother’s pool 😜

  39. DeniseVB says:

    This is great, you need to turn the sound on, I had no idea she was playing a piano and it looked a little weird 😀

  40. taw46 says:

    JPL does pumpkins. 🎃

  41. Mothy67 says:

    One hour left. Fairly decent for a rainy night. Think I am about to have my first Butterfinger peanut butter cup as my half way reward.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Meh. It’s no Almond Joy.

    • elliesmom says:

      I think things are just about over here. About 50 kids this year. I didn’t play the Let’s Make a Deal game with any of them to get their Almond Joy bars. It’s wet and rainy so I let them get their treats and go on their way. The little tubs of Play Doh were a big hit. I’ll definitely get more of those next year. The big kids went after the bubble wands. Who would have thunk it? lol

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  43. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Four weeks? Jeez, the record is three DAYS. Columbus made it in five weeks

    • lateblum says:

      This past summer I saw a documentary called “Maiden”. It was about the 1989 Whitbread Around the World sailing event. The boats left Britain and sailed South and west to the islands and then on to South America. The movie showed just how dangerous and life altering boating (like that) is. I imagine those activists might’ve experienced some of the same types of obstacles as the sailors racing their boats.
      Everyone should see the movie. It was probably the best sports documentary I’ve ever seen.

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    Love Katie

  47. Mothy67 says:

    Tucker did not ask Tulsi about her vote today. Ugh
    If she runs independent and keeps going on fox lobbing softball questions. We could be screwed.

  48. 1539days says:

    For your Halloween entertainment, the “lost” video of “Nightmare on My Street” which was banned by New Line Cinema when it wasn’t chosen for a Freddy Kreuger movie soundtrack.

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  52. Angie says:

    Why does Michelle run away from black people?
    Martha’s Vineyard is pretty much 100% white.

  53. Mothy67 says:

    What has caused this? Trump not returning to New York after his second term?

  54. Myiq2xu™ says:

    New post up! (finally)

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