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Whiskeytide

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I think the entire MSM is missing the point...

This might be a little tinfoiley - but All the questions about what and when Trump knew about Flynn's actions become irrelevant when you start to see this thing as Trump working for Flynn, not the other way around.

Someone on MSNBC said a little while ago that Flynn was one of the first people willing to meet with Trump in 2015 - when everyone else thought he was a joke.

Obviously, Flynn sought out Trump. He was selected for this political gambit because he already had his own deep ties to Russia and it's oligarchs, and he was stupid enough to do it. Flynn was his handler. Trump knew only what Flynn told him.

Anyone else want to try on this hat?

Little help re Maddow's show last night.

She did a short segment on a recent poll of Dems and pugs support of the Syrian bombing by Trump vs support for Obama's suggestion of bombing in 2013. Very revealing. Showed that Dem support was essentially unchanged (38% v 37%) while pugs went from 22% to 86% in favor. That's all you need to conclusively prove that 64% of republicans are idiots who only see donkeys and elephants. The parties are the same my ass!

I didn't catch the name of the poll, but want the graphic to torment my republican friends this weekend. Anyone know where I can find it? Thanks in advance.

Spicer wears flag pin upside down...

... and refuses to fix it when it's pointed out to him...

Clearly a distress signal...

From Cosmo

https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/sean-spicer-wears-american-flag-183154968.html

White House press secretary Sean Spicer arrived at the Friday press conference wearing an upside-down American flag pin on his lapel.

Fortunately for Spicer, the White House press corps brought it to his attention.

“Your pin’s upside-down,” Fox News’s John Roberts said.

“John Roberts, always helping with the fashion tips,” Spicer responded. However, that didn't get Spicer to fix the issue.

“It’s still upside-down,” another reporter had to remind him.

Of course, that didn't stop the internet from taking Spicer to task - and asking him if the upside down flag was secretly a cry for help.
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And they did. The tweets are priceless and worth the click.

This was Friday. If it's already been posted, lock me up...

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