Giuliani appears to lie in hopes it'll distract someone

Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's credibility lacking PR stooge who is nominally an attorney, continues to spout any story he can to stir up the pot. Contradicting himself to the point of frustrating even Fox News, no one can possibly believe what this man says.

Today's bullshit circles around 'collusion is not a crime' -- treason, however, is.

I can not understand why lying blowhards like Giuliani and Conway, who are clearly just propaganda tools of the Orange Menance, are given air time. Read the rest

Keep your eyes on the road, except to look at these signs

Spotted in Tulsa, Oklahoma by Jerrinq, these distracting traffic signs seem to contradict their messages.

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President Trump is ranting on Twitter about MSNBC host's "bleeding facelift"

Described by the BBC as a "stunning attack on a female news anchor" as if such a thing were at all unusual for the president of the United States of America, Trump's latest twitter barrage concerns the allegedly "bleeding badly" facelift of MSNBC's "low I.Q. Crazy" Mika Brzezinski.

Brzezinski tweeted back, to mock Trump's famously small body parts.

Anthony Zurcher explains why he does this: because he is always politically rewarded for it.

Mr Trump mocked people's looks (Rosie O'Donnell) as a businessman, and he was rewarded with reality television show stardom. He mocked people's looks (Carly Fiorina, Rand Paul) as a candidate, and he was rewarded with the presidency. Now he's mocking people's looks from his new home in the White House.

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Trump is apparently still terrified about financial conflicts so now he's tweeting about flag-burning and CNN

Last weekend, the New York Times published an outstanding, meticulously reported investigative story about Trump's financial conflicts of interest -- the sorts of things that could lead to forced divestiture, impeachment, or worse, triggering a tweetstorm from the president-elect about an imaginary, millions-strong cohort of fraudulent voters. Read the rest

NYT publishes damning, deep look at Trump's commercial/presidential conflicts of interests, so Trump tweets crazy fake-vote conspiracy

As George W Bush taught us: "fool me twice, we don't get fooled again." Read the rest