NFL. Bob McNair, the owner of the Houston Texans really upset the kneegroes when he said, “We can’t have the inmates running the prison.” He was speaking metaphorically, but since most of the kneegroes are stupid they thought he was speaking for real and it hit close to home since half of them either have been in prison or belong in prison. All but six of the Houston players knelt for the anthem last week! Meanwhile, the NFL continues to lose viewership and advertisers. There is talk of Jerry Jones staging a coup and forcing Goodell out since he hasn’t a clue on how to handle the Kneegro Rebellion. He could have nipped this in the bud with Krapperdick last year but didn’t have the balls. Now it’s really getting bad as both Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are getting involved in this bullshit. They will demand shakedown money as they always do. This will not end well for the NFL.
Dirty Old Man. Didja hear the latest about George H. W. Bush? Yeah, the old man. He’s 93 and in a wheelchair and some women are accusing him of sexual harassment. It seems he makes a joke and asks if they know his favorite magician. “It’s David Cop a Feel.” He then pats their asses or grabs them on the ass. What do you expect after hanging out with BJ Clinton after all of these years? The Clintons corrupt everything they touch. The old man even voted for Thunder Rodent Thighs.
“When I was asked to run the Democratic Party after the Russians hacked our emails, I stumbled onto a shocking truth about the Clinton campaign.”
Before I called Bernie Sanders, I lit a candle in my living room and put on some gospel music. I wanted to center myself for what I knew would be an emotional phone call.
I had promised Bernie when I took the helm of the Democratic National Committee after the convention that I would get to the bottom of whether Hillary Clinton’s team had rigged the nomination process, as a cache of emails stolen by Russian hackers and posted online had suggested. I’d had my suspicions from the moment I walked in the door of the DNC a month or so earlier, based on the leaked emails. But who knew if some of them might have been forged? I needed to have solid proof, and so did Bernie.
So I followed the money. My predecessor, Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, had not been the most active chair in fundraising at a time when President Barack Obama’s neglect had left the party in significant debt. As Hillary’s campaign gained momentum, she resolved the party’s debt and put it on a starvation diet. It had become dependent on her campaign for survival, for which she expected to wield control of its operations.
The FBI has begun turning over to Senate investigators hundreds of pages of memos regarding the bureau’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, sources told The Hill.
The sources said the Justice Department notified the Senate Judiciary Committee late Friday and the FBI began transmitting memos soon after to assist Congress in its review of former Director James Comey’s handling of the Clinton email case.
The memos detail how and when the bureau’s leadership declined to pursue criminal charges against Clinton for transmitting classified information on her private email server as secretary of State, an investigation that has remained controversial since the 2016 presidential campaigns.
FBI officials declined to comment. “We don’t have any information for you,” spokeswoman Carol Cratty told The Hill.
The Senate committee has been seeking the memos for some time as it investigates whether Comey chose to absolve Clinton of criminal liability before the election-year probe was complete and before she was even interviewed. Comey ultimately concluded that while Clinton’s handling of classified emails was careless, there was not enough evidence of intent to warrant criminal charges.
Comey had announced in July 2016 that the FBI was declining to pursue charges against Clinton for what it called the careless transmission of classified documents on her private email server. The FBI then re-opened the email case in late October 2016, shocking the political world because it was so close to Election Day, after a new trove of emails was found on an associate’s computer.
SOURCE: The Hill
Call to action for the Weasel Zippers family.
Via NY Daily News:
Christmas is coming just a little bit early this year for Jacob Thompson.
The 9-year-old has a passion for penguins, Legos and “Star Wars,” but he especially loves the holiday season, his stepmother, Tara Artinyan told WXYZ.
Jacob was diagnosed with Stage 4 high-risk nueroblastoma when he was 5 years old. He was admitted to Portland’s Barabara Bush Children’s Hospital for the “last time” on Oct. 11, when doctors told the family he likely wouldn’t make it to Christmas.
According to the American Cancer Society, only half of the children diagnosed with the disease survive past 5 years of age.
“Jacob loves the holiday season,” his mother, Michelle Thompson Simard told Good Housekeeping. “And we want him to know that Christmas wishes come true and that there are good people who care all around the world.”
The 9-year-old’s wish? That everyone send him Christmas cards so that he can celebrate his favorite holiday early.
“He got some cards from this Halloween, and he opened them up and saw them and it was like getting a gift. He read it to us and a had big smile on his face and his nose scrunched,” Jacob’s father, Roger Guay, told the news station. “He was excited to see what people had to say and it just brightened his day.”[…]
If you’re interested in sending in cards, address them to:
C/O Maine Medical Center
22 Bramhall St.
Portland, ME 04102
………….but we took a wrong turn!
Via The Blaze:
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley pulls no punches when it comes to safeguarding U.S. interests at the UN. Haley delivered a speech Wednesday at the General Assembly where she called for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba.
Here’s what she had to say:
“One year ago, the United States abstained when voting on the same resolution. The reason given was that the continuation of the embargo was not isolating Cuba, but was, in fact, isolating the United States. It is true that we have been left nearly alone in opposition to this annual resolution. No doubt, there will be some here who do not understand how we can take such opposite positions separated by just 12 months. They will wonder how we could passively accept this resolution last year and energetically oppose it this year. To those who are confused as to where the United States stands, let me be clear: As is their right, under our Constitution, the American people have spoken. They have chosen a new president and he has chosen a new ambassador to the United Nations. As long as the Cuban people continue to be deprived of their human rights and fundamental freedoms; as long as the proceeds from trade with Cuba go to prop up the dictatorial regime responsible for denying those rights, the United States does not fear isolation in this chamber or anywhere else. Our principles are not up for a vote; they are enshrined in our Constitution.