On Tuesday, President Trump made a statement clarifying the remarks he gave in Helsinki, which, par for the course, only made the situation murkier and worse.
Trump, reading from piece of paper, said he has "full faith and support" for U.S. intelligence agencies. "I accept our Intelligence Community's conclusion that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election took place." He THEN seems to have ad-libbed: "It could be other people also"
What could be more terrifying than being trafficked for sex? Being murdered in a ritual sacrifice. And even worse than that would be being murdered in a ritual sacrifice so wealthy elite cabalists can harvest your adrenal glands to get the compound they need to prolong their decrepit lives!
That’s the theory behind “adrenochrome,” one of those seemingly nonsensical concepts that’s all over the modern conspiracy theory movement, particularly #QAnon.
Here are my movie picks at the #Qanon Film Festival this year. Any other suggestions?
Lolita Express Who is Barry Soetero Baby Killer, Baby Eater Spirit Cooking Damn I Have Kuru! Live Organ Harvesting Podesta Brothers Fraud Alien Invasion Adrenochrome Pope goes to Gitmo 😂🤣🤪
Last week, I wrote about the political implications of SCOTUS Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, and essentially, how liberal apathy put us in the position of Donald Trump being able to jam Supreme Court Justices through a collaborationist Senate.
At the time, it seemed clear that was due to a combination of his age (he’s 81) and Trump convincing Kennedy he’d be able to get a nomination confirmed before the November midterm and the possible loss of the Senate to Democrats.
I know it’s hard to think about a time before Donald Trump was president, but I’d like you to cast your mind’s eye back on 2014.
At that point, Donald Trump was a tv-show hosting buffoon who occasionally sent stupid tweets about Barack Obama being born in Kenya and killing everyone who knew.
In November of that year there was an election. I get it if you don’t remember, because only about 36% of eligible voters actually bothered voting. So you might not remember.
Democrats entered the election with 53 seats in the Senate. They left it with 44, losing 9 seats as part of the worst Congressional bloodbath in a century (Democrats also lost 13 House seats to go along with the 63 they lost in 2010.)
If you’re unhappy with the Supreme Court’s recent decisions, recall: Democrats narrowly lost the Senate with a few close races in 2014. Had they retained it, Merrick Garland would likely have been confirmed.
Voter turnout in 2014 was 36.4%. Elections matter. November 6, 2018.
Late on Friday night, South Carolina state representative and Donald Trump endorsee Katie Arrington was seriously injured while riding as a passenger in a car hit by a driver going the wrong way. The driver, 69-year-old Helen White, was killed.
A state legislator involved in a car accident normally isn’t the kind of thing that makes national news, but Arrington just won a tough primary against sitting House member Mark Sanford. In turn, Sanford had drawn the wrath of President Trump after Sanford dared to disparage Trump.
Our thoughts and prayers this morning go to Katie Arrington, her family and those involved in last night’s automobile accident. https://t.co/sV4E90CIj8