Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Jim Acosta Heckled at This Evening's Trump Rally

The Trump masses:


  1. Lol very dramatic Acosta. As if a bunch of frumpy overweight housewives making vulgar hand gestures are a threat to anyone's life.

  2. There's a long way between that and violence. But I'm sure he would love violence to report. They do love war....

  3. Yeah Jim, a major ugly female presidential candidate calling us 'deplorable' because we like the 2nd Amendment and concerned about crappy immigration policy makes me want to have compassion for a POS like you and your fellow travelers who have never worked a day in their life. But Jim is okay with the hostility whipped up by the left. Or how the media always conveniently leaves out the race of the perp; black on white crime or illegal aliens killing Americans is great in your journalist narrative.

    Jim, I'll take vermin like you seriously when you step up to the plate and tell us about the crimes of the Clintons and the ignorant Muslim Gay Mulatto who is worth millions somehow but only got paid about $400k a year.

    I look forward to taking people like you and putting you in a concentration camp.

    1. "But Jim is okay with the hostility whipped up by the left."

      Even if he wasn't he'd likely be rejected by his colleagues and friends for being even-handed.

  4. T-shirts and flannel shirts (some sleeveless, too!) as far as the eye can see. Such a stark contrast to political conventions and rallies of yesteryear, when people wouldn't be caught in public without a button shirt/tie or a dress. I know it's not just the deplorables...it's everybody these days...

  5. For the organization that helps lie us into wars and only celebrates Trump when he drops bombs, this is far too generous.

  6. Part of the exchange of a recent meeting between Trump and New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger:

    "Mr. Sulzberger recalled telling Mr. Trump at one point that newspapers had begun posting armed guards outside their offices because of a rise in threats against journalists. The president, he said, expressed surprise that they did not already have armed guards.

    At another point, Mr. Trump expressed pride in popularizing the phrase “fake news,” and said other countries had begun banning it. Mr. Sulzberger responded that those countries were dictatorships and that they were not banning “fake news” but rather independent scrutiny of their actions."


  7. Reminder that Donald Trump is the first President of the United States that is a WWE Hall of Famer.