Gallagher

Wait, are Republicans just starting to realize that ratfucking an electoral system that handed the presidency to the popular vote loser twice in the past 20 years might not be so great for them? While the Republican coup caucus plans to raise a righteous ruckus over the free and fair...

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  • January 5, 2021

The Trumpian grievance tour continues: Today in North Carolina, apparently the Trump campaign cares about whether a terrorist conspiracy gets to fly its flag. In a car-rally in Philadelphia, PBO dragged Trump about that bank account in China. x A Trump campaign worker ahead of the President’s rally in Gastonia,...

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  • October 21, 2020

The Kansas Reflector wrote an op-ed to the Kansas Board of Healing Arts asking them to suspend  U.S. Senate candidate and U.S. Representative, Dr. Roger Marshall’s (R. KS) medical license for constantly campaigning without a mask: As many in your profession have said repeatedly, masks are one of the simplest...

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  • September 23, 2020

Cry me a river: U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall is accusing Facebook of censorship after the social media giant removed a post from his account that promoted a conspiracy theory about federal reports of coronavirus deaths. In the comments that Marshall posted Sunday, he said the Centers for Disease Control and...

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  • September 4, 2020

The MAGA rallies will resume until morale improves … or MAGAs start dropping like flies. Donald Trump has lately been jonesing for his rallies because 1) he loves the mirroring he gets from other racists and 2) rambling incoherently and telling silly lies are pretty much the only things he’s good at. Well,...

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  • June 9, 2020

While Republicans work hard to get elected to offices they decry as useless and impediments to success, I am taking a moment to remember the sarcastic critique of the federal government by former president Ronald Reagan,” I'm from the government and I'm here to help.” Reagan was almost right, except...

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  • April 8, 2020

Donald Trump hosted convicted (and subsequently pardoned) war criminal and former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher at Mar-a-Lago recently, because he’s Trump, and war crimes are kind of his jam. Today, The New York Times revealed more evidence showing just how questionable and likely egregious that decision was. The newspaper obtained video...

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  • December 27, 2019

Why can’t we trust this man? Just a week after the President may have disgusted a large part of his base, the military, by interfering with the Navy’s decision to strip Navy Seal/Petty Officer First Class, Eddie Gallagher of his Trident pin, he unexpectedly visited the troops in Afghanistan yesterday....

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  • November 29, 2019

Politico is reporting that Trump's strain with Pentagon inspires talk of more departures: Even before Navy Secretary Richard Spencer’s forced ouster this weekend, a handful of the Pentagon's highest-ranking officials have been debating just when they would feel compelled to resign over what they see as Trump's disregard for the...

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  • November 26, 2019

Eddie the Seal becomes the Joe the Plumber for war crimes, because Trump needs celebrity props for his rallies. The message to the Trump base is that visceral barbarism might be excused under his rule. And are you distracted from impeachment yet again. If Donald Trump gets his wish, he’ll...

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  • November 26, 2019

Trump will make the nation go blue, if only because of his shtick, doing his insult-comic bit at the campaign rallies. The problem is that he truly believes that these rallies constitute his presidency, entertaining a cult following. Because he’s a star, the WH gig is a cover of some Sasha...

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  • October 12, 2019

And the state has just 10 electoral votes. Finding white men with a racist grudge in the Midwest isn’t exactly a heavy lift. I lived in the region for decades. Go into any bar that serves Jägermeister, mutter something barely intelligible about food stamps or free Obama phones, and they’ll...

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  • October 11, 2019

We all know that Trump’s big defense for his latest open corruption — i.e., that he’s actually trying to stop corruption — is laughable on its face. I mean, it’s a little like Carrot Top criticizing Gallagher for filling a weary world with bad prop comedy. But it’s worth reflecting...

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  • October 5, 2019

I try really hard not to scream when I hear, “the both sides do it” argument, that is usually offered up by Republicans, whenever trouble strikes.  They pull out, “but what about…” instead of admitting a problem exist. Even as kids, we learned the folly of, “if Billy jumps off...

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  • September 20, 2019

Honestly, this may be the saddest “comedy” bit I’ve ever seen. And I once watched an entire Gallagher special on TV with my dad. WATCH: Laura Ingraham Drinks Steak Impaled With Lightbulbs and Plastic Straws to Own the Libs https://t.co/VVIU3tNR4e pic.twitter.com/uxN4BbqLtI — Tommy moderna-vaX-Topher (@tommyxtopher) September 7, 2019 pic.twitter.com/iHnsa2ILYy —...

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  • September 7, 2019

We had two more highly publicized incidents of terror this past weekend, both of which warranted nationwide and worldwide attention.  Of course, Trump’s janitors of word cleanup, took to the Sunday media shows to redirect blame to video games, Bernie Sanders, Obama and of course mental health.  No mention of...

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  • August 5, 2019

I watched most of the debate last night. Then I realized if I wanted to watch three nondescript middle-aged white guys mansplain the “real world” to a woman far more intelligent and qualified than they are, I could move back to Northeast Wisconsin and stand literally anywhere. I mean, not to disparage...

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  • July 31, 2019

To mark the day Michael Cohen testifies before the House Oversight Committee, Merriam-Webster Dictionary highlights a most apt “word of the day”. x Good morning! Today's #WordOfTheDay is 'grift' https://t.co/LsdLUWP6GU pic.twitter.com/8yX9VtRabV — Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) February 27, 2019 Some replies are hilarious: x pic.twitter.com/C4GgKxeOtl — Ian Cordingley (@IanCordingley) February 27, 2019 x...

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  • February 27, 2019

In the darkness of this immoral political epoch we find ourselves in, two women — Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher — have shown us what real courage is.  I am convinced that we now have an FBI investigation of Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh because of...

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  • September 28, 2018
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