Showing posts with label Trolling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trolling. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Trump is Still Impeached, So There's That


I would imagine that Trump is haggard and filthy, and has been screaming throughout most of the day. He has been lurching around, involuntarily suffering from muscle spasms that only the strongest of relaxing agents can slow down. He has been hurling invective at otherwise ridiculous people because no one normal would every accept a position working in his White House.

For the next few years, they will have to disinfect the entire complex around the White House. The offices of those people sad and desperate enough to work for Trump are probably caked with vomit and human emissions. There is nothing worse than trying to eliminate the eliminations of a fat, sweaty guy who decides to masturbate all day in the Old Executive Office Building because he was pals with Don Jr. growing up.

Trump is impeached. The United States Senate did not do truth, justice or the American way any favors today. In fact, your red state senator from who the fuck cares is just another patsy. They will be left holding a bag of shit when this is all over, and Trump will go off and marry another whore, and we'll be treated to another decade of his lunacy.

His presidency is an unmitigated, publicly traded disaster. He has inflated the American economy on the lone credit card floating through his diseased mind. He has brought shame to the entire Executive Branch, peopling it with toadies and shitbirds and thieves. Each and every attempt he has made to be presidential has been washed away by an unhinged tirade. There are no words for how awful he has been, so we'll just give it a catchall term. It has been a fiasco. That's the only word I can come up with.

A fiasco.

Oh, and Putin still has his bitch, so there's that.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Less Than 100 People Show Up to Support Trump




This is epic trolling:

Around 100 Donald Trump supporters gathered outside Trump Tower on Saturday afternoon, as part of a nationwide effort to show appreciation for the embattled president.

In something of a blow for the expression of support, the pro-Trump rally was hampered by a dwindling turnout and a counter-protest.

“I thought there’d be a little bit more people,” said Lance Lovejoy, from Maspeth in Queens. “But it’s a little bit cold out. And it wasn’t well put out either. I only found out about it yesterday.”

Lovejoy, who voted for Trump, was wearing a rubber mask of the president’s face.

“I bought it in Ruby’s costumes,” he said through the mask’s small mouth-hole. A 48-year-old electrician, he said he had decided to wear the Trump mask because “I wanted to show my love and support for him”.

What you usually hear is that "Trump" voters have to "work" so they can't attend these "rallies." That's bullshit. They packed his rallies last fall. What happened?

None of these people will tell their grandchildren that they were proud to vote for Trump. 













Thursday, February 11, 2016

Trollin', Trollin', Trollin'




Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images


This demonstrates that Hillary has mastered the art of trolling her enemies:

The 2016 presidential election has been one to remember, with mini-feuds breaking out in the Republican and Democratic primaries. Republican candidate Carly Fiornia hasn't been able to gain much traction, but was back in the news on the morning of the all-important New Hampshire primary.

Fiornia was the odd candidate out of the final debate before the New Hampshire primary, and most political pundits believe her campaign could end as soon as Wednesday morning. With the exception of a brief surge in late 2015, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard has landed at the bottom of most recent polls. As pointed out by The Hill on Feb. 9, Clinton ran into Fiornia's husband while making the rounds in Derry, New Hampshire, and had a message for the struggling conservative.


At a polling station in the small town of Derry, Clinton wore a smile on her face as she recognized and old friend in the distance. That friend was Frank Fiorina whose wife has made it a common theme to constantly attack Clinton on the campaign trail and during the debates.
"Great to see you!" Clinton said to Frank. Responding back, Frank asked if Hillary remembered him, to which she answered back, "I sure do." The two continued to exchange pleasantries, ending with Hillary telling Frank, "Give my best to Carly."

Give me eight years of this, please. "Give my best to Carly" ought to be on a bumpersticker, and soon.



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Trollin', Trollin', Trollin'

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

This demonstrates that Hillary has mastered the art of trolling her enemies:
The 2016 presidential election has been one to remember, with mini-feuds breaking out in the Republican and Democratic primaries. Republican candidate Carly Fiornia hasn't been able to gain much traction, but was back in the news on the morning of the all-important New Hampshire primary.

Fiornia was the odd candidate out of the final debate before the New Hampshire primary, and most political pundits believe her campaign could end as soon as Wednesday morning. With the exception of a brief surge in late 2015, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard has landed at the bottom of most recent polls. As pointed out by The Hill on Feb. 9, Clinton ran into Fiornia's husband while making the rounds in Derry, New Hampshire, and had a message for the struggling conservative.
At a polling station in the small town of Derry, Clinton wore a smile on her face as she recognized and old friend in the distance. That friend was Frank Fiorina whose wife has made it a common theme to constantly attack Clinton on the campaign trail and during the debates.
"Great to see you!" Clinton said to Frank. Responding back, Frank asked if Hillary remembered him, to which she answered back, "I sure do." The two continued to exchange pleasantries, ending with Hillary telling Frank, "Give my best to Carly."
Give me eight years of this, please. "Give my best to Carly" ought to be on a bumpersticker, and soon.




Monday, March 2, 2015

Pat Robertson is Still Saying Weird Things


Did a day go by?

Check.

Did Pat Robertson get on television again by appearing on the network that he owns?

Check.

Did he say something designed to make liberals crazy that someone wrote for him because they are part of a massive conservative movement to troll everyone through the method of sticking nutty things in an old man's mouth because he can make them plausible enough to scare old ladies into sending him checks?

Check.

It's March 2, 2015. Korean War hero Pat Robertson is still bugfuck crazy and on the television network that he owns.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

The Troll Everyone Loves


Actor James Woods is handled as if he were a rascally old uncle with nutty ideas in this Daily Beast story.
Scratch a liberal, find a fascist every time,” Woods tweeted in April. These days the Oscar-nominated actor uses his Twitter account to broadcast his right-wing views to his 190,000 followers—and he’s arguably become President Obama’s biggest, most famous troll on Twitter.
“He’s the nicest guy you’ll ever meet, but his politics are, apparently, batshit crazy,” says Ben Dreyfuss, engagement editor at Mother Jones whose family—including movie star Richard—is friends with Woods.
His ranting and ravings are celebrated, of course, because he's a conservative. If he were one of the many liberal Hollywood commenters, he'd be given the Alec Baldwin treatment. And the man can't even get his political ideologies right--fascism comes from the right spectrum and not the left.

Here's what Woods and Baldwin have in common--they both spout an outdated version of what used to pass for discourse. Neither one of them should be celebrated for what they add to the discussion.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Misgivings


I have expressed some concerns about joining the United States Freedom Army. I don't think they should use the word "shenanigans" when they're talking about taking things back to the way the Founders intended (and they don't know what that means, so, you know...). I also don't think that worrying about backing the money supply with gold means they are right with Jabez, and, brother, if you're not right with Jabez, you're not right. Period.

The last time I joined an Army, I got a lot of clothes out of the deal. What's the wardrobe look like? Someone wanna fill me in?

Friday, February 14, 2014

Tom Perkins is Trolling Everyone


The people who founded this country never intended for most Americans to have the vote. Tom Perkins is aligning himself directly with the Founding Fathers; he's the most Tea Party-ish dude since there was a Tea Party. All he needs is a tri-corner hat and a wig and some breeches.

Of course, as America evolved into a country where people could get a fair shake and own something and have a voice in how they were governed, people like Perkins felt that we had gone too far. His proposal, to use wealth as a means of influencing voting, is inherently racist. Racist to the point where the people who give him a forum to speak are complicit in allowing a man who should be mature enough to know better that all he is doing is trolling the country and advancing ideas so reprehensible that they and he should be mocked and humiliated. It is an outgrowth of the idea that people should pay a poll tax or be driven screaming from their homes by bands of terrorists for being the wrong sort of people.

The world of Tom Perkins will put armed guards around enclaves of the rich, and children will surround the walls and starve and die in the gutter. Throughout South America, you have these compounds. There are slums and then there are the slums where the extremely poor can look up on the hills and see the mansions of the rich. Perkins wants to turn America into a banana republic or a phony democracy and have a belly laugh at the plight of others. Our media is far too incompetent to point that out.