Disgraced former President Trump continues to celebrate passing a cognitive test, meant to catch declines in basic mental process, like it's the free party you win at Buffalo Wild Wings when your business card is drawn from a bowl. It's not hard. Here's Brian Williams of MSNBC showing clips of Trump's relentless bragging, followed by a classic Sarah Cooper lip synch of Emperor Dum Dum dope-splaining on and on about this rudimentary memory test, the same way your dad gets into the micro-details of the route he took driving to your house.
Fox News decided not to show the political ad created by MeidasTouch despite the $185,000 the activist group offered. It's understandable though, the ad features truth about the January 6th Capitol riot, showing interviews with law enforcement who were there that day and calls out the GOP lawmakers who voted against the creation of a… READ THE REST
Last night on MSNBC, Chris Hayes, said what we have all been thinking. Trump needs to be lawfully removed from office for what he incited yesterday. Image: Screengrab READ THE REST
On Wednesday, a day in which we lost more American lives to COVID than we did on 9/11, MSNBC's Chris Hayes vents some of the pressure from his rage and anguish at what he calls the "depraved indifference" of lame duck Donald and the current federal leadership. Image: Screengrab READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Have you always wished you could be more productive? It's hard enough to find the hours in a day to accomplish everything we need to, but losing time to inefficiency and… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. As December rears its head, your time to find the perfect gifts to put under the tree is dwindling. And while you may think your kids have everything, they'll likely beg… READ THE REST