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Dear Orange-faced Moron:

One last time, BMW’s largest plant in the world is in South Carolina. They make ALL of their SUVs there. You were actually there.

Just for one day, either shut the eff up or learn a damn thing.


What is he, the nanny?: Joy Reid ridicules Trump for telling Kelly to boot Ivanka&Jared out of WH

Addressing a report that President Donald Trump has asked White House Chief of Staff John Kelly to force his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner out of the White House and back to Manhattan, MSNBC host Joy Reid mocked the former general for sinking to acting as Trump’s nanny.

“Donald Trump does not want to fire anyone directly,” journalist Natasha Bertrand offered. “Right now he wants his chief of staff, John Kelly, to tell his kids, to tell Ivanka and her husband to go back to New York.”

“What is he, the nanny?” Reid smirked.

“Right,” Bertrand agreed. “So he has to avoid this confrontation. He knows deep down that hiring Jared Kushner as his senior adviser was a bad idea. Jared Kushner did not have any political experience when he entered this administration. When he was managing the transition period he was meeting with foreign investors to get support for his 666 5th Avenue building which is over a billion dollars in debt now. He came into this still invested in Kushner companies, he did not fully divest himself from his business empire.”

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Obama AG: Mueller has enough evidence to charge Trump with obstruction of justice

Former Attorney General Eric Holder said Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller likely already has a case for obstruction of justice against President Trump, and is waiting to bring the case before a grand jury.

In an interview on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," Holder expressed faith that the sprawling Mueller probe would result in more charges.

"Well I think that you technically have an obstruction of justice case that already exists," Holder said. "I've known Bob Mueller for 20, 30 years. My guess is, he's just trying to make the case as good as he possibly can."

During his appearance on the show, Holder also defended calls from Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer to make Trump's supposed dereliction of duty on confronting Russia over election meddling a campaign issue.


Lyft: Dear Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS Students: "Thanks For Inspiring Us To Act."


& The Right Wing Snowflake of the Day Goes To:


Prince Jared: Ribbit, ribbit


Roy Moore is having a hard time making ends meet. So........

Roy Moore is having a hard time making ends meet. So I've sent his legal fund a check (below), and you can, too! #RoyMoore Address:
Roy Moore Legal Fund
One Dexter Ave. #3
Montgomery, AL 36104.


Trump continues to pursue a life of luxury and pleasure while children are murdered. SAD!

DonaldTrump motorcade has arrived at Trump International Golf Club.



CREW wants to investigate whether Trump had undisclosed interest in Co. used to pay Stormy Daniels


Holder to Trump: 'I had a president I did not have to protect'

Former Attorney General Eric Holder blasted President Trump for saying he “protected” former President Obama during his time in office, saying as attorney general he “had a president I did not have to protect.”

“The difference between me and (Attorney General) Jeff Sessions - I had a president I did not have to protect,” Holder said in an appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher.”

“So, this notion that I am somehow protecting Obama from things that he had done inappropriately or illegally is simply not true,” he continued.

In an interview with The New York Times last year, Trump said he could do what he wanted with the Justice Department. He was asked at the time if he would reopen the investigation into former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s email use during her time as Secretary of State.

"I have absolute right to do what I want to do with the Justice Department. But for purposes of hopefully thinking I’m going to be treated fairly, I’ve stayed uninvolved with this particular matter," he told the Times.


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