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Ugly creature with tiny penis named after Donald Trump


It has a silky head of bright yellow scales, which the moth develops in adulthood, and its head has been described as orange-yellow in colouration, the body is white and the wings are brown or greyish.

Also an important detail - its genitalia is “comparatively smaller” than that of the Neopalpa neonata, its close relative.

Nazari has therefore named it thusly: Neopalpa donaldtrumpi.


Oh yes, yes he did: the evolutionary biologist named the moth with the white-blonde tresses and small genitalia, after Donald Trump.


https://www.indy100.com/article/donald-trump-moth-discovery-troll-twitter-science-tiny-genitals-7532761?utm_source=indy&utm_medium=top5&utm_campaign=i100

UK nerve agent attack must have been used by the world's most incompetent spy

Am I the only one who thinks it is strange how we are supposed to believe that a professional assassin working for Vladimir Putin used a nerve agent that would immediately be traced straight back to one man in particular, called Vladimir Putin?

Of all the ways to kill, silence or shoot somebody, or to arrange an accident or a fake suicide, the bumbling secret agent working for Putin chose the one method that meant all roads lead to Putin. Is that really what we are supposed to believe?



The most honest three minutes in TV history

Facebook shares plummet - why aren't Democratic lawmakers ensuring Trump plummets too?

ADDITIONAL NOTE:

Following comments, I want to be clear that this post isn't about attacking Democrats. It is about messaging. We need to be as aggressive in our messaging and taking down the other side as Republicans have been.

ORIGINAL POST:

Why aren't Democratic lawmakers dragging Trump into the Facebook scandal? The Trump campaign was in the center of it, with Bannon being VP of Cambridge Analytica and CA working directly for the Trump campaign using information of Facebook users.

If this was a scandal that involved Democrats the cries from the other side would be: "This is worse than Watergate," This is an abuse of the trust of the American people," "Democrats ignored the privacy of Facebook users and used every dirty trick to win the election," "We need an investigation into how Democrats used Social Media platforms to steal the election."

My point is, here is another opportunity to further discredit Trump, but again there seems to be no fight, no passion, no outrage, nothing coming from the Democrats.

Prediction: Trump's week of being an asshole - Rasmussen will soon have him back up to 50%

Three red PA 18 counties have until tomorrow to "make sure" Republicans win on absentee ballots

Stormy Daniels Appreciation Thread

She is behind the biggest story right now. It has everything: sex, money, fake identities, cover-up, lies, and bribery. It is a salacious story that is spreading like wildfire. It exposes Trump as the sleazeball he is. It may land him in trouble over his campaign and the payoff to silence her. I congratulate her for what she is doing. I salute her trolling of Trump. I thank her for her lawsuit. I salute her for the way she is playing Trump and the media. Stormy may be the most powerful woman in America right now. The way she is going, she could precipitate the end of the worst president in history. If you are reading this Stormy, you are doing the right thing, not just for yourself, but for the nation. You know first-hand what a despicable human being Trump is, I respect the action you are taking to give him a taste of his own medicine.

Looks like Donald Trump flat out stole the $130,000 from his campaign and from Michael Cohen

It’s already been firmly established that Cohen paid the $130,000 to Daniels out of his own pocket. Cohen has claimed that he made that payment without Trump’s involvement or knowledge. No one believes him. It’s since been reported that Cohen has privately complained to associates that Trump was supposed to reimburse him and never did. In other words, Trump ripped off Cohen and left him with the tab. But now it gets even worse, because it looks like the Trump campaign did pay the $130,000 to Donald Trump.

SNIP

Attorney Susan Simpson dug through election filings (link), and discovered that the Trump campaign made a series of payments to Donald Trump’s properties adding up to $130,000 on what appears to be the same day that Cohen paid Daniels that same amount.

So now it’s fairly clear what happened here. Michael Cohen paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels to silence her just before the election, a violation of federal law. Donald Trump then took $130,000 from the Trump campaign for the purpose of reimbursing Cohen, also a violation of federal law. Trump then pocketed the $130,000 instead of giving it to Cohen, meaning Trump effectively stole the money from both his campaign and from Cohen.


http://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/trump-stole-130-campaign-cohen/8623/

Breaking: Meuller investigating Russia ordering Trump who to choose as Secretary of State


One subject that Steele is believed to have discussed with Mueller’s investigators is a memo that he wrote in late November, 2016, after his contract with Fusion had ended. This memo, which did not surface publicly with the others, is shorter than the rest, and is based on one source, described as “a senior Russian official.” The official said that he was merely relaying talk circulating in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but what he’d heard was astonishing: people were saying that the Kremlin had intervened to block Trump’s initial choice for Secretary of State, Mitt Romney. (During Romney’s run for the White House in 2012, he was notably hawkish on Russia, calling it the single greatest threat to the U.S.) The memo said that the Kremlin, through unspecified channels, had asked Trump to appoint someone who would be prepared to lift Ukraine-related sanctions, and who would coöperate on security issues of interest to Russia, such as the conflict in Syria. If what the source heard was true, then a foreign power was exercising pivotal influence over U.S. foreign policy—and an incoming President.


This is in a long article about Christopher Steele (Around 9th to last paragraph)

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2018/03/12/christopher-steele-the-man-behind-the-trump-dossier?irgwc=1&utm_medium=10078&utm_campaign=Online%20Tracking%20Link&utm_source=IR

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