Musicians turn Drumpf's Fisher-Price presidential memo into "Morrissey" and "Ramones" tunes

The meme machinery has been working overtime riffing on the Obstructor-in-Chief's latest cartoonish attempt to save himself, his hastily Sharpie'd "I want nothing" memo. First it was the above Ramones-like track. Then came the Morrissey version, courtesy of the awesomely Twitter-handled RuPaul Giamatti:

And another Morrissey version:

And just for the record, mister presidink, it's spelled "Zelensky." It's kind of a good idea to spell the names of other world leaders correctly in your stunt memos.

Update: Awesome emo version. [H/t John Ülaszek]

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This sign just about sums it up

This is a Photoshop edit rather than an actual church sign, but either way, it hits the nail on the head. Read the rest

With 3,500 U.S. legal actions, Trump is most litigious presidential nominee ever

An analysis from USA Today finds that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is currently involved in 3,500 legal actions. Who else is involved? Everyone from the government to vodka makers. This number is unprecedented in scope for any presidential candidate in U.S. history, and likely far too many for the entire American press corps to really get down to the bottom of, in time for voters to determine what that means for their choice in November. Read the rest

Donald Trump rates his one-year-old baby daughter's breasts in 1994 interview

Donald Trump on the tabloid TV show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, back in 1994, when asked what qualities his child has from her mom, and which come from dad: “Time will tell” if my one year old daughter Tiffany Trump will grow out a rack as hot as that of my legally-wedded broad, Marla Maples. She already has her mother's sexy legs, though. Read the rest

Trump Deep Nightmare: Google's Deep Dream AI run against a Donald Trump speech

This 'Trump Deep Nightmare' video is insane. Insanely accurate, that is. Don't watch while using psychedelic drugs, unless highly experienced. Read the rest

Mein Drumpf

Welcome to what may well be our future, America. Read the rest