When it comes to the Establishment having an R or a D after your name makes no difference because in either case the cronies are the same; they pander to those who bankroll them.
That means that if an “outsider” becomes a real threat to the order of things all bets are off even if that means Republicans supporting a Democrat; and that’s what happened yesterday in Alabama.
The positive that comes out of this for Main Street Americans is that it confirms that the political system is rigged and anyone who would threaten it is in for a fight.
The Alabama Election: 5 Takeaways From Doug Jones’ Win And Roy Moore’s Loss : NPR
It is amusing to watch the Main Stream Media react to Trump.
Rather than doing what they claim to be doing; reporting the news, they spend endless hours dredging the swamp called DC to find something (anything) to whine about Trump with.
Media Rattled By Trump Dave Weigel Tweets | The Daily Caller
He’s such a nice guy. So funny. Warm and fuzzy like the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland.
Ok! So he shoved his tongue down a few women’s throats but he said he was sorry already! And, after all, he doesn’t recall it being so bad.
Come on! Lighten up gals! give a guy a break, already!
We go to give Al credit for one thing. He does have the “balls” to try and pull this one over on his audience while being so nice about shutting up (discrediting) his victims.
Franken’s office disputes report that he plans to resign
The law of averages would dictate that the number of times faux news makes it to the airwaves would be much more than the number of times it is exposed.
ABC News Suspends Brian Ross Over Bad Michael Flynn Report | Deadline
The government has an obligation; both legal and moral to safe guard the “people’s” money (taxes).
The use of taxes to protect sexual predators by paying off their victims is not only immoral but is obstruction of justice and those colluding should be held accountable.
Who authorized these payoffs? Who are the perpetrators being protected?
The time to drain the swamp is long overdue.
Pelosi, Ryan Call on Conyers To Step Down; Franken Under Senate Ethics Inquiry : NPR