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May 9, 2017

BREAKING – President Trump dismisses FBI Director Comey

What have you done for me lately?

Why is that Janet Jackson song playing over and over in my head again?

Oh yeah, because Comey gave Trump his win. I don’t care what you think, his TWICE bringing up Clinton’s emails in the last couple weeks leading up to the election LOST it for her.

Think of it this way: If he hadn’t done that (2x), do you really think Trump would have won?

No. He wouldn’t have.

So even though Hillary was a horrible candidate, running a horrible campaign, with horrible personnel, she was still better than Trump.

Now you think I’m happy about Comey getting fired? Nope. He was hot on Trump’s tail for his Russian ties. And I bet he was getting close.

But now we may never know.

This act by the president is a very big deal.

It’s funny, too, how the media loves to characterize Trump as “loyal.”

If he should be loyal to anybody, it should be the guy he handed the presidency to.

But not Trump. He’s loyal to you until you no longer serve a purpose for him.

Wait until Flynn turns on him (if he does)…Trump will go all apeshit on him in a tweetstorm. And he’d fire him if he already hadn’t.

We live in fucked up and exciting and puzzling times.

The White House said that the president has accepted the recommendation of the attorney general that Comey be dismissed.

Source: President Trump dismisses FBI Director Comey – The Washington Post

May 8, 2017

Five Things to Watch at the Sally Yates Hearing

This should be fun. What will Twitter-in-Chief do today to change the subject?

He may in fact kill somebody.

Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is expected to deliver long-awaited testimony Monday afternoon before a Senate subcommittee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Source: Five things to watch at the Sally Yates hearing –

May 3, 2017

Former Acting AG Yates to Contradict Trump Administration About Flynn


29 April 2016 – Washington, D.C. – The 50th Anniversary of the Federal Bonding Program took place at the Department of Labor. Here, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates addresses the audience.
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Shit’s about to git real, y’all!

Unfortunately, “real” won’t really be real. It’ll be fake. Because anything that doesn’t agree with Twitter-in-Chief’s retarded worldview is fake news.

Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates is prepared to testify before a Senate panel next week that she gave a forceful warning to the White House regarding then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn nearly three weeks before he was fired, contradicting the administration’s version of events, sources familiar with her account tell CNN.

Source: Sources: Former Acting AG Yates to contradict administration about Flynn at hearing –

April 27, 2017

Russian Navy Reconnaissance Ship Liman Collides with Freighter in Black Sea, Sinks Near Turkey

Russian Navy ship collides into freighter. Hmm. I guess McHale was piloting it.

Turkish officials say dozens of Russian sailors evacuated from sunken military reconnaissance ship “Liman”

Source: Russian navy reconnaissance ship Liman collides with freighter in Black Sea, sinks near Turkey – CBS News