Jump to bottom

176 comments

1
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:14:54am
2
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:16:28am

from downstairs:

3
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:19:13am

re: #2 Backwoods_Sleuth

from downstairs:

[Embedded content]

I’ll take a wild guess that the “numbers” he’s being shown are the result of his staff cherry-picking polls, if not outright fabricating them in order to keep him convinced of the fantasy that he’s a wildly popular president. Probably BSing him that the media are “oversampling” Dems to make him look bad.

4
Barefoot Grin  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:19:14am

cool:

5
wrenchwench  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:21:22am
6
The Pie Overlord!  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:21:58am
7
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:23:39am

I think Rep Scanlon really put it best yesterday during the debate, that her vote was not for sale and no matter how much “good” a president does, he should not be able to skate on violating the Constitution. That’s how you get a dictator, when you forgive a leader’s violating of the basic compact a nation exists under because of fear that holding him accountable will hurt the nation.

8
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:24:07am

re: #2 Backwoods_Sleuth

Trump hypes fake polls: “I could show you numbers that, nobody has ever seen numbers like this.”

Imagine if my boss told me sales were down and I responded: “They’re actually not. I can show you numbers that, nobody has ever seen numbers like this.”

He’d either look at me like I’m crazy or fire me on the spot. Or both.

9
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:24:19am

Nancy has got to do something:
Cnn

… Trump’s lead White House counsel Pat Cipollone met with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Capitol Hill Thursday to discuss those details
….
While no final decisions have been made, McConnell and Cipollone agreed that when a trial begins, the House Democratic impeachment managers would have an opportunity to present, followed by the Trump’s lawyers presenting the President’s defense, sources said

The defense is orchestrating the trial and the rules

10
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:26:17am

re: #8 Eclectic Cyborg

Trump hypes fake polls: “I could show you numbers that, nobody has ever seen numbers like this.”

Imagine if my boss told me sales were down and I responded: “They’re actually not. I can show you numbers that, nobody has ever seen numbers like this.”

He’d either look at me like I’m crazy or fire me on the spot. Or both.

“Ok show me”

11
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:26:37am

re: #9 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

Nancy has got to do something:
Cnn

The defense is orchestrating the trial and the rules

The Senate runs the trial.

12
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:27:11am

Really, about the only positive about the Senate “trial” at this point is that McConnell lacks the votes to do some of the more twisted shit that Donny no doubt wants. Like turning it into a “trial” of the Bidens/DNC.

13
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:29:12am

re: #12 Targetpractice

Really, about the only positive about the Senate “trial” at this point is that McConnell lacks the votes to do some of the more twisted shit that Donny no doubt wants. Like turning it into a “trial” of the Bidens/DNC.

Yeah, I’m really hoping for some GOP rifts that make the trial interesting.

14
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:29:24am

Whatever happens after this leaves the House, the Democrats have done their job. Whatever happens in the Senate is not Pelosi’s fault. Schumer an Co can try to act like House Democrats, but Republicans in the Senate are in charge. And they will do the things that House Republicans were hoping to do.

Do not blame the Democrats, and do not decide it’s all for not because the Democrats aren’t in control of the Senate.

15
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:33:20am

re: #10 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

It’s his go to claim, even though not a single poll supports this:

Most of the polls among GOP supporters is around 80-90%. Nothing approaching 95%, though even 90% is cult of personality territory.

16
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:34:35am

I’m not sure if Biden actaully said this, but Fox was attributing to him that the UK vote means that Democrats should be wary of moving too far left.

17
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:35:11am

re: #13 Eclectic Cyborg

Yeah, I’m really hoping for some GOP rifts that make the trial interesting.

I rather think that’s why Yertle and Leningrad Lindsey want a speedy “trial,” with rumors that they’ll take an acquittal vote the moment they have 51 solid votes for such. This isn’t voting for a bill, so they can’t have Pence come in and provide the tie-breaker.

18
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:35:57am

re: #12 Targetpractice

Really, about the only positive about the Senate “trial” at this point is that McConnell lacks the votes to do some of the more twisted shit that Donny no doubt wants. Like turning it into a “trial” of the Bidens/DNC.

Oh, they want to go that route? That opens the door for Biden to testify and remind everyone that Ivanka and Jared and Junior are all profiting from Trump’s position today. These unqualified fuckers are in that position on nepotism alone, and but for Trump stepping in, Ivanka and Jared wouldn’t have the clearances necessary to be in govt.

I’m half wanting the GOP to call on the Bidens and others to testify, only for Democrats to agree - to completely discredit the GOP entirely with nonsense. None of them are expecting the Bidens to actually testify, because there’s nothing to any of this.

19
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:40:18am

Yertle is caught between the proverbial rock and hard place: The WH lawyers (read: Trump) are gonna demand a show trial in order to generate “ratings,” with the belief that making the trial all about the Bidens will look good for his reelection. Yet odds are that the most vulnerable Senate Repubs (Collins, Gardner, Murkowski, etc) are gonna balk at actually taking votes to allow such. There’s a good chance that the whole thing will end up like the Clinton impeachment: The Senate Repub “moderates” working with the Senate Dem leadership to push through quick and relatively civil proceedings with none of the chaos that the party extremists demand.

20
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:41:42am

re: #19 Targetpractice

Yertle is caught between the proverbial rock and hard place: The WH lawyers (read: Trump) are gonna demand a show trial in order to generate “ratings,” with the belief that making the trial all about the Bidens will look good for his reelection. Yet odds are that the most vulnerable Senate Repubs (Collins, Gardner, Murkowski, etc) are gonna balk at actually taking votes to allow such. There’s a good chance that the whole thing will end up like the Clinton impeachment: The Senate Repub “moderates” working with the Senate Dem leadership to push through quick and relatively civil proceedings with none of the chaos that the party extremists demand.

Mitt is another wild card too.

21
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:46:27am

Another thing to bear in mind: Schumer is not Pelosi. I have serious doubts that he’s gonna hold a hard line and try to push for a prolonged trial or put too much effort into anything more than perfunctory proceedings. I suspect if Yertle comes to him with reasonable terms that allow him some say over how things happen, Chuck will sign off on them and then tell his caucus that they were the “best” they could hope for.

22
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:51:17am

re: #11 Belafon

The Senate runs the trial.

i mean like this

“we’re not sending articles of impeachment to a senate that is supposed to act as jurors who are instead coordinating with the ‘defendant’ and have decided on the verdict before being sworn to “do impartial justice” nor hearing one word of evidence.”

23
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:51:37am

re: #21 Targetpractice

Another thing to bear in mind: Schumer is not Pelosi. I have serious doubts that he’s gonna hold a hard line and try to push for a prolonged trial or put too much effort into anything more than perfunctory proceedings. I suspect if Yertle comes to him with reasonable terms that allow him some say over how things happen, Chuck will sign off on them and then tell his caucus that they were the “best” they could hope for.

Schumer isn’t in charge of the Senate.

24
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:52:12am

re: #22 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

i mean like this

“we’re not sending articles of impeachment to a senate that is supposed to act as jurors who are instead coordinating with the ‘defendant’ and have decided on the verdict before being sworn to “do impartial justice” nor hearing one word of evidence.”

I know, but Pelosi can do that because she’s in charge of the House.

25
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:53:04am

re: #15 lawhawk

It’s his go to claim, even though not a single poll supports this:

[Embedded content]

Most of the polls among GOP supporters is around 80-90%. Nothing approaching 95%, though even 90% is cult of personality territory.

and if i only poll my family i get 100%

26
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:54:37am

re: #23 Belafon

Schumer isn’t in charge of the Senate.

He isn’t, he’s minority leader. And since the rules of a “trial” are put to a vote of the full Senate, he has leverage if Yertle finds himself falling short on votes. So there will be negotiations (even if they’re conducted in bad faith) about the rules of the whole mess.

27
Charles Johnson  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:55:17am
28
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:55:32am

re: #24 Belafon

I know, but Pelosi can do that because she’s in charge of the House.

when i said she should ‘do something’ this is all i meant

29
Charles Johnson  Dec 13, 2019 • 10:59:41am
31
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:05:07am

You need two thirds of the senate to convict right? So a 50-50 split would just mean no conviction?

32
Jay C  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:06:47am

re: #31 Eclectic Cyborg

You need two thirds of the senate to convict right? So a 50-50 split would just mean no conviction?

Yep. Just like in 1999.

(Ask any of the 14 Senators still serving who voted back then)

33
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:06:53am

re: #31 Eclectic Cyborg

You need two thirds of the senate to convict right? So a 50-50 split would just mean no conviction?

as i understand it, procedure and rules are by simple majority vote, verdict is 2/3

34
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:19:31am

And now…. for something completely different:

Six13 - A Star Wars Chanukah

35
Rightwingconspirator  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:26:05am

From downstairs

36
William Lewis  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:27:01am

re: #34 lawhawk

And now…. for something completely different:

[Embedded content]

Video

That … was.. amazing. Bravo! I knew just enough to not be completely lost though I imagine if I knew Hebrew it would have been even more fun.

I did have to look up what a sufganiyah was (yum. Know them too just didn’t know that name for them :)

37
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:29:20am

re: #36 William Lewis

You owe me one jelly donut /Sgt. Hartman’s voice
(and I’m not a fan of jelly donuts).

38
Dread Pirate  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:29:26am
39
Teukka  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:29:50am

re: #35 Rightwingconspirator

From downstairs

[Embedded content]

Another unsolicted dick pic:

40
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:32:14am

re: #38 Dread Pirate

[Embedded content]

Democrats attending the party included:
Antonio Delgado (NY-19): Trump won district.
Elaine Luria (VA-2) & Susie Lee (NV-3): Trump won in 16. Jim Costa (CA-16): Trump lost in 16. Josh Harder (CA-10) Trump lost in 16. Gil Cisneros (CA-39): Trump lost in 16 voting 4 impeachment.

*sigh*

41
Dread Pirate  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:44:01am
42
Barefoot Grin  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:45:14am

I’ve finally figured it out. Matt Gaetz looks like that kid in everyone’s class who took a strip of scotch tape, attached one end to his nose, pulled it tight, and then put the other end on his forehead.

43
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:47:03am

I’m curious what those Dems rationale is for attending the Holiday party.

44
makeitstop  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:48:52am

re: #42 Barefoot Grin

I’ve finally figured it out. Matt Gaetz looks like that kid in everyone’s class who took a strip of scotch tape, attached one end to his nose, pulled it tight, and then put the other end on his forehead.

He looks like every preppie asshole in high school who strutted around like a badass until someone threw him a beating.

45
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:50:40am

re: #43 Eclectic Cyborg

I’m curious what those Dems rationale is for attending the Holiday party.

Killer eggnog.

46
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:51:01am

47
aatharuv  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:51:46am

re: #38 Dread Pirate

Josh Harder (CA-10) Trump lost in 16.

The Republicans are trying to take back Josh Harder’s Central Valley district (which he won by 5% against a 4 term Republican). His district borders on the SF Bay Area (and has some of the Bay Area exurbs, though Modesto is the largest city), and he was briefly in venture capital so there were silly allegations of him being a puppet of Nancy Pelosi and Bay Area liberals.

48
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:54:20am
49
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:57:42am

re: #48 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

JFC.

And this will work, because Fox viewers are totally stupid enough to believe that Obama was just a lazy motherfucker who didn’t want to appoint judges.

THE VACANCIES WERE LEFT BECAUSE THE SENATE BLOCKED EVERYONE OBAMA TRIED TO GET ON THE BENCH!

50
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:58:34am

re: #39 Teukka

Another unsolicted dick pic:

[Embedded content]

like i wrote, that electoral-vote.com wrote yesterday - five big parallels between nixon/watergate and trump, aside from paranoia and psychopathy

- Republican politicians launching a full-out assault on someone who is a veteran and a dedicated public servant with a spotless record (ellsberg), just to cover for the bad behavior of a Republican president

- president implying that pardons will be given to anyone who breaks the law on his behalf.

- president and his underlings brazenly trample on campaign finance laws.

- White House Press Secretary knowingly lying through their teeth to obscure the president’s shady behavior.

- attorney general acting as a hatchet man for the president.

51
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 11:59:30am

re: #50 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

But the one major difference is that Nixon realized how fucked he was and actually decided to step down.

Trump will NEVER do that.

52
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:01:33pm

re: #51 Eclectic Cyborg

But the one major difference is that Nixon realized how fucked he was and actually decided to step down.

Trump will NEVER do that.

Eventually, enough Republicans told Nixon they couldn’t support him any longer.

53
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:02:35pm

re: #52 Belafon

Eventually, enough Republicans told Nixon they couldn’t support him any longer.

Yes, back when the GOP actually had those amazing things known as spines.

54
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:06:56pm

re: #51 Eclectic Cyborg

But the one major difference is that Nixon realized how fucked he was and actually decided to step down.

Trump will NEVER do that.

true - unfortunately there’s no leverage to do that
nixon was early in his second term - so there was time
he directed his admin to cooperate, comply, deliver dox, and testify
he didnt blockade everything so there was discovery and testimony
the subpoenas he did disputed were settled by scotus in 3 1/2 months (he lost) - it was that little bit of info (the wh tape of the day after the break in that sunk him)

how trumps claim of total immunity from everything can take a year or more to resolve in court is beyond me

trump rarely wins in court. what he is is a master at delaying

in fact i fully would expect the day after scotus ruled against him on either the taxes or subpoenas he refiles yet another suit to again try to stop the clock

55
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:07:09pm
56
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:11:47pm

re: #55 lawhawk

[Embedded content]

And Melania just plays as an activist since the First Lady is expected to do so.

57
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:12:30pm

re: #55 lawhawk

ok I’ll play and justify Pamela karlan:

“donald trump chose to name his son after a title of nobility”//

58
Patricia Kayden  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:13:37pm
59
Dread Pirate  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:15:51pm
60
sagehen  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:17:07pm

re: #50 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

like i wrote, that electoral-vote.com wrote yesterday - five big parallels between nixon/watergate and trump, aside from paranoia and psychopathy

- Republican politicians launching a full-out assault on someone who is a veteran and a dedicated public servant with a spotless record (ellsberg), just to cover for the bad behavior of a Republican president

weeellll…

Yeah, Ellsberg’s record was spotless right up until he committed major-league felonies. Nobody was making that up about him.

He was willing to pay the price; he absolutely understood that by his actions he was signing himself up to spend the rest of his life in prison. He did it anyway because he thought it was worth it.

(He never anticipated, nobody could have anticipated, that the govt would commit such egregious prosecutorial misconduct the whole case had to be thrown out.)

61
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:22:00pm
62
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:23:53pm

re: #60 sagehen

weeellll…

Yeah, Ellsberg’s record was spotless right up until he committed major-league felonies. Nobody was making that up about him.

He was willing to pay the price; he absolutely understood that by his actions he was signing himself up to spend the rest of his life in prison. He did it anyway because he thought it was worth it.

(He never anticipated, nobody could have anticipated, that the govt would commit such egregious prosecutorial misconduct the whole case had to be thrown out.)

I think too many people forget that. Ellsberg didn’t get off because he was a whistleblower. He got off because the government blew it bad.

Sorry, but being a whistleblower isn’t a get out of jail free card.

63
Amory Blaine  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:26:50pm

Confederates operating at high levels of government, industry and religious institutions want to take America down just as badly or moreso now as in 1860.

64
Dr. Matt  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:28:32pm

Has Civil War 2 started yet?

65
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:29:22pm

re: #64 Dr. Matt

Has Civil War 2 started yet?

We’re waiting for the pizzazz /media pundits

66
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:30:20pm

Now, I am all in favor people public opinion - including no indictment, jury nullification, or a pardon - overriding a conviction indicating that what was released is worth more than the crime committed.

67
Florida Panhandler  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:38:44pm

re: #53 Eclectic Cyborg

Yes, back when the GOP actually had those amazing things known as spines.

The GOP never had a spine. They will do whatever evil they can get away with. The only reason the GOP backed away from Nixon was because back then legally the media could not provide a 24/7 firehose of lies in support of a particular politician.

The elimination of the Fairness Doctrine in 1987 has been the single-most calamitous and damaging legal decision since Dred Scott. This decision freeing media companies from any sort of fact or balance-based reporting directly bred Rush Limbaugh and then led to the creation of Fox News and the current alternate (fake) reality 35% of this country lives in. Facts are no longer facts. They are just things created by whoever is in power.

It takes no spine to lie when entire industries now are based on lying. The Fairness Doctrine was not perfect, but certainly better than the current shill-enabling sewer dump we call a media.

68
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:39:10pm

re: #38 Dread Pirate

Cisneros represents a district that is mostly north Orange County (Yorba Linda, Anaheim, Fullerton, etc). His win was mostly due to the fact that it also includes a sliver of LA County that went overwhelmingly for him. The district also voted (by less than a point) for the Republican nominee for governor in 2018. Cisneros, meanwhile, won by about 3% or less than 8,000 votes.

69
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:41:14pm

re: #60 sagehen

weeellll…

Yeah, Ellsberg’s record was spotless right up until he committed major-league felonies. Nobody was making that up about him.

He was willing to pay the price; he absolutely understood that by his actions he was signing himself up to spend the rest of his life in prison. He did it anyway because he thought it was worth it.

(He never anticipated, nobody could have anticipated, that the govt would commit such egregious prosecutorial misconduct the whole case had to be thrown out.)

absolutely

though because nixon et al, had no response to the content of the pentagon papers, they instead targeted the ‘whistleblower’ and questioned his motives.

and then broke into his psychiatrist’s office looking for anything they could use to shoot the messenger

70
A Three Hour Tour  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:41:14pm

re: #64 Dr. Matt

I thought that, for Republican neo-Confederates, Civil War 2 started on January 20, 2009, with the inauguration of President Obama.

Just as or neo-Confederates, Civil War 1 was finally won with the Gingrich Revolution of 1994, and secured by the Brooks Brothers Revolt of 2000 and the installation of George W. Bush as president in 2001.

71
A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:41:31pm

re: #47 aatharuv

The Republicans are trying to take back Josh Harder’s Central Valley district (which he won by 5% against a 4 term Republican). His district borders on the SF Bay Area (and has some of the Bay Area exurbs, though Modesto is the largest city), and he was briefly in venture capital so there were silly allegations of him being a puppet of Nancy Pelosi and Bay Area liberals.

Yeah, we’re on it (and some others — canvassing begins by January).

72
A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:44:00pm

re: #53 Eclectic Cyborg

Yes, back when the GOP actually had those amazing things known as spines.

I imagine they still have spines — just no morals.

73
jaunte  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:53:14pm
74
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:54:13pm

re: #73 jaunte

[Embedded content]

JFC.

75
jaunte  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:54:52pm

re: #74 HappyWarrior

“It’s Just Chopper Talk”

76
Barefoot Grin  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:55:20pm
77
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:57:40pm

re: #76 Barefoot Grin

[Embedded content]

Jim Crow by another name.

78
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Dec 13, 2019 • 12:58:06pm

re: #76 Barefoot Grin

[Embedded content]

That is the plan working as desired.
/

79
makeitstop  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:02:45pm

re: #67 Florida Panhandler

The GOP never had a spine. They will do whatever evil they can get away with. The only reason the GOP backed away from Nixon was because back then legally the media could not provide a 24/7 firehose of lies in support of a particular politician.

The elimination of the Fairness Doctrine in 1987 has been the single-most calamitous and damaging legal decision since Dred Scott. This decision freeing media companies from any sort of fact or balance-based reporting directly bred Rush Limbaugh and then led to the creation of Fox News and the current alternate (fake) reality 35% of this country lives in. Facts are no longer facts. They are just things created by whoever is in power.

It takes no spine to lie when entire industries now are based on lying. The Fairness Doctrine was not perfect, but certainly better than the current shill-enabling sewer dump we call a media.

Slight quibble - cable TV stations were exempt from the Fairness Doctrine.

Far more damaging was the Telecommunications Act of 1996, which relaxed local ownership requirements for media outlets (TV and radio), which gave birth to the Clear Channels and Sinclairs of the world.

I forgave Bill Clinton for a lot, but I’ll never forgive him for signing that bucket of shit.

80
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:03:47pm

re: #73 jaunte

Owner: …It was a pun.
Mr. Praline: (pause) A PUN?!?
Owner: No, no…not a pun…What’s that thing that spells the same backwards as forwards?
Mr. Praline: (Long pause) A palindrome…?
Owner: Yeah, that’s it!
Mr. Praline: It’s not a palindrome! The palindrome of “Bolton” would be “Notlob”!! It don’t work!!
Owner: Well, what do you want?
Mr. Praline: I’m not prepared to pursue my line of inquiry any longer as I think this is getting too silly

81
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:04:54pm

re: #78 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

That is the plan working as desired.
/

“If they really wanted to vote, they’d make the effort.”

(Make sure you notice the quotes.)

82
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:05:37pm

re: #76 Barefoot Grin

this one’s ez

they should have been more prepared
got up earlier
taken the day off
expected delays
//

83
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:06:23pm

re: #81 Belafon

“If they really wanted to vote, they’d make the effort.”

(Make sure you notice the quotes.)

gmta

84
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:09:06pm

re: #64 Dr. Matt

Has Civil War 2 started yet?

I didn’t know Marvel had announced a release date.

//

85
Patricia Kayden  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:11:09pm

re: #61 lawhawk

That is nightmarish!

86
Charles Johnson  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:11:43pm

A tale of backlash.

87
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:12:03pm

re: #73 jaunte

“Charge of The Gaslight Brigade”

Fake News to the right of them,
Fake News to the left of them,
Trump straight in front of them,
“MAGA!” he thundered.

88
jaunte  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:14:12pm
@cenkuygur has been a longtime fighter against corruption.

I missed that part because of the raging misogyny.

89
sagehen  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:15:19pm

re: #77 HappyWarrior

Jim Crow by another name.

Doonesbury calls it James Crow, Esq.

90
Patricia Kayden  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:15:34pm

re: #86 Charles Johnson

Vet before you endorse.

91
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:15:48pm

re: #89 sagehen

Doonesbury calls it James Crow, Esq.

I like that.

92
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:16:39pm

re: #88 jaunte

I missed that part because of the raging misogyny.

He had his favorite type of corruption, mainly that which interfered with his brand.

93
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:16:41pm

re: #91 HappyWarrior

I like that.

Me too. Very apt.

94
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:17:02pm

re: #90 Patricia Kayden

Vet before you endorse.

This is what bothers me about Sanders. He delegates leadership by who likes him the most. He’s not someone who sees the big picture of legislation.

95
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:17:15pm

re: #87 Eclectic Cyborg

“Charge of The Gaslight Brigade”

Fake News to the right of them,
Fake News to the left of them,
Trump straight in front of them,
“MAGA!” he thundered.

If it’s a charge Trump is not out front leading them. He’s in the rear rifling through their packs for valuables.

96
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:18:37pm

re: #93 Eclectic Cyborg

Me too. Very apt.

They called the White Citizens Councils that started in the 50’s “The Klan Chamber of Commerce” I believe. That’s what I thought of.

97
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:18:42pm

re: #86 Charles Johnson

A tale of kayfabe. It reeks of kayfabe. He’s already made his intention known.

98
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:21:08pm

re: #94 HappyWarrior

This is what bothers me about Sanders. He delegates leadership by who likes him the most. He’s not someone who sees the big picture of legislation.

Sanders might arguably the left’s version of Trump. But then, populism is rarely about policy and usually more about the grievances.

99
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:22:54pm

“our movement is bigger than any one person”

Except me, of course, our movement is really about me.

100
Patricia Kayden  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:23:00pm
101
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:23:15pm

re: #98 KGxvi

Sanders might arguably the left’s version of Trump. But then, populism is rarely about policy and usually more about the grievances.

What’s frustrating about that is after Biden he’s got the most time in Washington. He really doesn’t help with his leadership style.

102
Patricia Kayden  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:24:17pm

re: #94 HappyWarrior

This is what bothers me about Sanders. He delegates leadership by who likes him the most. He’s not someone who sees the big picture of legislation.

Sounds a bit like Trump. Sigh.

103
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:24:29pm

re: #95 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

If it’s a charge Trump is not out front leading them. He’s in the rear rifling through their packs for valuables.

Touche.

104
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:24:45pm

re: #101 HappyWarrior

What’s frustrating about that is after Biden he’s got the most time in Washington. He really doesn’t help with his leadership style.

He’s got time in DC, but he hasn’t actually accomplished much of anything while there. He’s a career backbencher.

105
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:24:46pm

re: #100 Patricia Kayden

[Embedded content]

Bernie only cares about economic differences since there is no racism. Or that fixing the economics will fix the racism by default.

106
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:25:05pm

re: #102 Patricia Kayden

Sounds a bit like Trump. Sigh.

Or like any number of middle managers I’ve worked for in my life.

107
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:25:36pm

re: #102 Patricia Kayden

Sounds a bit like Trump. Sigh.

I’ve made it clear here that we can not replace Trump with a similar type of person. Leadership matters and Bernie isn’t a leader.

108
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:25:45pm

And now I think we’ve given Cenk more time than he deserves.

109
HappyWarrior  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:26:28pm

re: #104 KGxvi

He’s got time in DC, but he hasn’t actually accomplished much of anything while there. He’s a career backbencher.

Oh I know. Really the last type of person that should seek leadership and that would be true even if he were a Democrat.

110
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:33:22pm

The thing about Bernie is that he’s at the center of American politics today by a fluke of history. He’s a career backbencher from a small state who doesn’t have any real legislative accomplishments. He’s only a player today because there were no credible challengers for Clinton in 2016. Had Biden run, or even any sitting/former Democratic governor or sitting Democratic Senator, that person likely would have taken the place of Sanders and he’d likely have been done when the Iowa caucuses closed.

111
BigPapa  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:53:20pm

Seems people are forgetting that John Roberts will preside over the Senate trial of Trump. It’s not going to be ‘run’ by Lindsay Graham. Thought they will try to make it a shitshow. It will be more like a trial.

112
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Dec 13, 2019 • 1:58:39pm

City of New Orleans Cyberattack - LIVE BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE (Youtube)

Presser coming up.

113
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:01:19pm

re: #111 BigPapa

But Roberts oversight of the process is about the formality of the process, not the nature of the content. If some Senator wants to ask dumb-ass questions, well, the dumb-assery is not something itself that disqualifies the question.

In the end, we need to remember this is a political process, where the Senators are executing their discretion on how to vote or not, regardless of whether they think a crime has occurred. Indeed, I bet there are many Republican Senators who privately believe that Trump is as criminal as anyone in politics can possibly be, but they won’t vote to remove him.

114
EPR-radar  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:03:52pm

re: #111 BigPapa

Seems people are forgetting that John Roberts will preside over the Senate trial of Trump. It’s not going to be ‘run’ by Lindsay Graham. Thought they will try to make it a shitshow. It will be more like a trial.

Roberts is a ‘loyal’ Republican piece of shit. His only concern in that mess will be to ensure it is far enough from a reverse Soviet show trial to preserve the illusion of his/SCOTUS impartiality.

115
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:10:05pm

NOLA IT director is up at the presser…..

They’re tying her to the stake……

Mayor has the torch ready……

OH SHIT! They cut out again.

116
Citizen K  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:11:31pm

This is…not good news, is it?

117
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:14:51pm

re: #116 Citizen K

[Embedded content]

This is…not good news, is it?

Not if they rule he doesn’t have to release his records.

118
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:15:14pm

re: #116 Citizen K

This is…not good news, is it?

It only takes four judges to decide if the court should look at a case.
They will rule in June, near the time a Democratic nominee is chosen.
What would the failure to get this mean for his impeachment or reelection?

119
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:15:37pm

re: #116 Citizen K

It wasn’t unexpected, though.

120
KGxvi  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:16:21pm

re: #116 Citizen K

[Embedded content]

This is…not good news, is it?

Hard to say. They may want to step end and say “enough” and cut through all the bullshit that Trump has been throwing in these cases. Or the conservative majority might decide that the federal executive is the first among equals and not subject to investigations by other federal branches or by the states (I don’t think this is likely).

More likely is that they feel like they can’t punt on a dispute between the legislature and the executive, so they need to rule one way or the other to resolve these issues for a generation or more.

121
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:16:42pm
122
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:17:32pm

Seems like a lot of Cenk fans are unhappy.

123
Citizen K  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:20:58pm

re: #120 KGxvi

Hard to say. They may want to step end and say “enough” and cut through all the bullshit that Trump has been throwing in these cases. Or the conservative majority might decide that the federal executive is the first among equals and not subject to investigations by other federal branches or by the states (I don’t think this is likely).

More likely is that they feel like they can’t punt on a dispute between the legislature and the executive, so they need to rule one way or the other to resolve these issues for a generation or more.

I hope you’re right. I just have immediate bracing fears when this Supreme Court picks anything up.

124
jaunte  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:29:50pm
125
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:41:02pm
126
BigPapa  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:41:59pm

I know Roberts isn’t a liberal but he’s not Kavanaugh and dipshit Senators will still dipshit. But it is Robert’s courtroom.

127
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:42:32pm

Bevin is pathetic

128
danarchy  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:48:49pm

re: #126 BigPapa

I know Roberts isn’t a liberal but he’s not Kavanaugh and dipshit Senators will still dipshit. But it is Robert’s courtroom.

Roberts role will be largely ceremonial. The senate sets their own rules for the trial or even dismiss outright if they have enough votes.

129
jaunte  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:50:49pm
130
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:51:06pm

jeebus

131
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:52:14pm

re: #125 Backwoods_Sleuth

Someday, our grandchildren will ask what we did in the face of a President who so blatantly abused his office and endangered our national security, who so clearly believed he was above the law.

Mine will know—they’ll be out there with me.

132
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:54:38pm
133
Citizen K  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:55:01pm

re: #130 Backwoods_Sleuth

jeebus

[Embedded content]

So Wisconsin will remain essentially beholden to the GOP for at least another 10 years, huh?

134
goddamnedfrank  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:56:48pm
135
makeitstop  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:58:55pm

This song has been on my mind that last couple of days.

This is England - The Clash (1985)

136
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:59:07pm

re: #133 Citizen K

So Wisconsin will remain essentially beholden to the GOP for at least another 10 years, huh?

Depends on how religious Wisconsin has been in maintaining its rolls. In many states they have a large number of people registered who have moved or died over the years. This will probably cost some votes, but not 200,000

137
A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!  Dec 13, 2019 • 2:59:18pm

re: #133 Citizen K

So Wisconsin will remain essentially beholden to the GOP for at least another 10 years, huh?

They won’t be removed from the rolls until 2021.

I’ve been involved in calling “purged” voters for a while now, if this bothers anyone, you could get involved now.

138
A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:01:19pm

re: #134 goddamnedfrank

[Embedded content]

Pronounced “semyon” (long “o”), fortunately.

139
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:02:33pm

re: #138 A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!

Pronounced “semyon” (long “o”), fortunately.

If that’s a WWII Soviet uniform, he probably had a bad time in barracks.

140
Backwoods_Sleuth  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:04:23pm

re: #136 Decatur Deb

Depends on how religious Wisconsin has been in maintaining its rolls. In many states they have a large number of people registered who have moved or died over the years. This will probably cost some votes, but not 200,000

141
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:07:35pm

re: #140 Backwoods_Sleuth

Yup. No place we’ve ever lived had a published requirement or procedure to drop your registration when you leave the state. Of course the GOP would like most of us purged.

142
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:08:58pm

there arent nearly enough swear words to adequately address tax software

sailors and truck drivers are blushing everywhere at my tirade

at least there’s bourbon

143
danarchy  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:10:03pm

re: #136 Decatur Deb

Depends on how religious Wisconsin has been in maintaining its rolls. In many states they have a large number of people registered who have moved or died over the years. This will probably cost some votes, but not 200,000

This is why these “OMG PURGES!” stories always bother me. The death rate I believe is about 3% yearly, if you don’t regularly purge the roles they would be an utter disaster. I need context. Is 7% a lot? How often are the roles purged? Wouldn’t you expect there to be more turnover in the big urban areas than the rest of the state, it makes some sense those populations would be more in flux than the burbs. It just seems like if someone wants they can easily make regular housekeeping seem sinister.

144
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:11:59pm

re: #143 danarchy

And we know from using Votebuilder that poor people, our people, move more frequently.

145
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:17:04pm

re: #134 goddamnedfrank

“It’s pronounced SIMON!”

//

146
Citizen K  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:17:43pm

re: #137 A hollow voice says, Impeachmoot now!

They won’t be removed from the rolls until 2021.

I’ve been involved in calling “purged” voters for a while now, if this bothers anyone, you could get involved now.

The article itself states that the Judge wants to jumpstart the removal to within 30 days, saying that 12 to 24 months for the actual removal is too long.

147
Joe Bacon 🌹  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:18:06pm

re: #116 Citizen K

[Embedded content]

This is…not good news, is it?

5-4 in Trump’s favor…

148
NO SMOCKING GUN!  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:18:37pm
149
Cheechako  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:19:36pm

re: #142 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

there arent nearly enough swear words to adequately address tax software

sailors and truck drivers are blushing everywhere at my tirade

at least there’s bourbon

Call it “Medicinal Bourbon” and it’s tax deductible.

150
Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:30:43pm

re: #148 NO SMOCKING GUN!

[Embedded content]

He’s back…..
or maybe this was before the gator escapade.

Florida Man Allegedly Shoved Woman to the Ground After Dispute over Trump Impeachment Hearings

A Florida man has been charged with misdemeanor battery after he allegedly got into an argument with a woman over the Impeachment hearings of Donald Trump, PEOPLE has confirmed.

According to a police report obtained by PEOPLE and first received by The Smoking Gun, 62-year-old Ernest Ford is accused of shoving the 60-year-old victim to the ground during a discussion over the hearings in Washington. (President Trump is accused of withholding defense funding from the Ukraine in exchange for its help in attacking political rivals at home.)

While watching television, Ford and the woman became “engaged in a verbal dispute about the impeachment hearings” on December 6, the police report claims. The dispute soon became physical, police say.

The police report does not specify any details about the verbal dispute, or which side of the issue Ford took.

Note: Same last name as gator/meth dude.

151
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:34:32pm

Wife is making gingerbread cookies. I’m picking off the lame and the ugly.

152
Eclectic Cyborg  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:37:33pm

re: #150 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

I mean, it’s not that uncommon a last name.

153
austin_blue  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:38:24pm

re: #95 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

If it’s a charge Trump is not out front leading them. He’s in the rear rifling through their packs for valuables.

No, see, the funny bit is that the Light Brigade is the Magats charging toward the enemy, and Trump, their supposed champion, is the Russian artillery, cutting them to ribbons.

Good job, EC!

154
Colère Tueur de Lapin  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:47:50pm

re: #151 Decatur Deb

Wife is making gingerbread cookies. I’m picking off the lame and the ugly.

This is mercy. They won’t be mocked by the perfect.

155
austin_blue  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:50:17pm

re: #151 Decatur Deb

Wife is making gingerbread cookies. I’m picking off the lame and the ugly.

You are saving young children pain and suffering from seeing such horrible cookies.

Yeah, I’d go with that.

156
austin_blue  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:53:41pm

re: #150 Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel

He’s back…..
or maybe this was before the gator escapade.

[Embedded content]

Florida Man Allegedly Shoved Woman to the Ground After Dispute over Trump Impeachment Hearings

Note: Same last name as gator/meth dude.

re: #152 Eclectic Cyborg

I mean, it’s not that uncommon a last name.

It’s time we determine and clarify the importance of being Ernest.

157
Decatur Deb  Dec 13, 2019 • 3:53:53pm

re: #155 austin_blue

You are saving young children pain and suffering from seeing such horrible cookies.

Yeah, I’d go with that.

Probably should cut them some slack—still got about 6 lbs of orthopaedic boot velcroed to my leg.

158
nicdanger  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:05:08pm

re: #156 austin_blue

It’s time we determine and clarify the importance of being Ernest.

Had to upding just for the literary reference…

159
Dread Pirate  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:18:23pm
160
Ace Rothstein  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:21:28pm

re: #159 Dread Pirate

It’ll be forgotten by Monday. Trump has shit on everything in this country.

161
retired cynic  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:21:36pm

Tiny Ice Crystals Simulate a Halo Around the Sun in Photograph by Michael Schneider

There is a photo annotation of the various atmospheric optics shown.

162
lawhawk  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:27:03pm

Citylab is a great site with lots of in depth pieces about urban planning, policy, transportation issues, etc.

It’s a fucking travesty that he decided to lay off half the staff.

He targeted a site that was well regarded, instead of going after the gorilla in the room - Fox.

163
gocart mozart  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:27:18pm
164
BeachDem  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:27:50pm

Go Harley! (Columbus lad—knew him when he was in high school—good to see him standing tall.)

Take a note, Joe Cunningham.

165
steve_davis  Dec 13, 2019 • 4:52:12pm

re: #111 BigPapa

Seems people are forgetting that John Roberts will preside over the Senate trial of Trump. It’s not going to be ‘run’ by Lindsay Graham. Thought they will try to make it a shitshow. It will be more like a trial.

that’s only pro forma. majority can overrule roberts on any procedural stuff.

166
bratwurst  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:01:50pm

I know I am late to the party on this, but enjoying a side dish of schadenfreude with my dinner tonight over the Bernie/Cenk situation. Now Cenk and his friends are free to help Trump get re-elected without bothering with their own “justice” related campaign.

167
FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:14:44pm

public.navy.mil

168
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:17:34pm
169
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:21:20pm
170
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:22:15pm
171
Belafon  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:24:52pm

In case you were wondering about Pelosi’s negotiating with Trump:

172
Targetpractice  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:41:20pm

re: #170 Belafon

[Embedded content]

That’s gonna torque a few jaws at the Biden and Buttigieg campaigns.

173
gocart mozart  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:41:26pm
174
coin operated  Dec 13, 2019 • 5:56:38pm

re: #151 Decatur Deb

Wife is making gingerbread cookies. I’m picking off the lame and the ugly.

I get to do that next weekend.

175
Barefoot Grin  Dec 13, 2019 • 7:11:32pm

re: #156 austin_blue

It’s time we determine and clarify the importance of being Ernest.

No one ever asks about the importance of being Vern.

176
Eventual Carrion  Dec 13, 2019 • 7:13:46pm

re: #46 Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)

[Embedded content]


This article has been archived.
Comments are closed.

Jump to top

Create a PageThis is the LGF Pages posting bookmarklet. To use it, drag this button to your browser's bookmark bar, and title it 'LGF Pages' (or whatever you like). Then browse to a site you want to post, select some text on the page to use for a quote, click the bookmarklet, and the Pages posting window will appear with the title, text, and any embedded video or audio files already filled in, ready to go.
Or... you can just click this button to open the Pages posting window right away.
Last updated: 2016-01-01 10:29 am PST
LGF User's Guide RSS Feeds Tweet

Help support Little Green Footballs!

Subscribe now for ad-free access!Register and sign in to a free LGF account before subscribing, and your ad-free access will be automatically enabled.

Donate with
PayPal
Square Cash Shop at amazon
as an LGF Associate!
Recent PagesClick to refresh
Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (2020) Official Teaser A spiritual descendant of the original Penny Dreadful story set in Victorian-era London, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels opens in 1938 Los Angeles, a time and place deeply infused with social and political tension. When a grisly murder shocks ...
Thanos
2 days, 3 hours ago
Views: 313 • Comments: 1 • Rating: 1
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Spiritual Groove 2.0 by Antoine Dufour#beastmode #antoinedufour #spiritualgrooveBeast mode battlefield version.You're welcome. Recorded on my Beauregard OM guitarI play DiMarzio PickupsI play Ernie Ball Strings
Thanos
3 days, 20 hours ago
Views: 449 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Lucy in Blue - Respire (Live on KEXP) kexp.org presents Lucy In Blue performing "Respire" live at Kex Hostel in Reykjavik during Iceland Airwaves 2019. Recorded November 5, 2019. Host: John RichardsAudio Engineers: Onundur Hofsteinn Pálsson, Kevin Suggs & Róbert Högni ÞorbjörnssonAudio Mixer: Kevin SuggsCameras: Alaia D'Alessandro, ...
Thanos
3 days, 20 hours ago
Views: 431 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 2 • Share to Facebook
the Darkness - in Another Life (Official Video) From the brand new album 'Easter Is Cancelled', also includes ‘Heart Explodes’, ‘Rock and Roll Deserves To Die’ & ‘How Can I Lose Your Love’. Order/stream the album now: thedarkness.lnk.to Follow The Darkness:Facebook facebook.comTwitter @thedarknessIG: instagram.com Starring: The Darkness ...
Thanos
4 days, 19 hours ago
Views: 509 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 1
Tweets: 2 • Share to Facebook
#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 200112First the routine update:After we did what's explained below, we backfilled for a while. You know that story, shovel sand into the cart. Drive the cart to the pool. Shovel sand into the wheelbarrow. Barrow over to the pool and ...
Dangerman (misuser of the sarc tag)
5 days, 21 hours ago
Views: 490 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 2
Tweets: 0 • Share to Facebook
Echosmith - ‘Diamonds’ (Official Video) Official Video for "Diamonds" by Echosmith Stream/download our new album 'Lonely Generation' here: echosmith.ffm.to LONELY GENERATION TOUR TICKETSechsomith.com FOLLOW ECHOSMITH:instagram.comfacebook.com@echosmith Directed by Danny Drysdale Music produced by Jeffery David DIAMONDS La La La La, La La La La, La La ...
Thanos
1 week, 1 day ago
Views: 729 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 2 • Share to Facebook
Fourth Circuit Blocks Discharge of HIV-Positive Airmen RICHMOND, Va. (CN) – The Fourth Circuit on Friday upheld a ruling that blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to discharge Air Force members because of their HIV-positive status. Lambda Legal, the Modern Military Association of America and attorneys with ...
Thanos
1 week, 1 day ago
Views: 730 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 3 • Share to Facebook
Wallows - Are You Bored Yet? (Feat. Clairo) [Official Video] Official music video for “Are You Bored Yet? (feat. Clairo)” by Wallows off their debut album Nothing Happens. Listen to Are You Bored Yet? (feat. Clairo): wallows.lnk.to Credits: Director: Drew KirschEP: Tara RazaviProducer: Stephan Bielecki DP: Justin KaneProduction designer: Mike ...
Thanos
1 week, 2 days ago
Views: 904 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook
Caroline Rose - ‘Feel the Way I Want’ [Official Video]The new album 'Superstar' is available March 6: newwst.com Directed by Caroline RoseShot + Edited by Kayhl CooperShot on iPhone 11 Pro
Thanos
1 week, 2 days ago
Views: 960 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 0 • Share to Facebook
Grouplove - Deleter [Official Music Video] "Deleter" available now: grouplove.lnk.to Subscribe for more official content from Grouplove:canvasbackmusic.lnk.to CreditsDirector - Christopher BlauveltProducer - Stephen FitzgibbonDirector Of Photography - Jesse WineProduction Design - Jessica Marie Cole1st Assistant Director - Star VictoriaEditor - Jonathan King Follow Grouplovefacebook.com@grouploveinstagram.comSoundCloudgrouplovemusic.com The ...
Thanos
1 week, 2 days ago
Views: 721 • Comments: 0 • Rating: 0
Tweets: 1 • Share to Facebook