Rachel Maddow is sad and distraught about Mueller’s report and lack of desire for indictments related to conspiracy theories. She’s sad that President Trump is still her President and isn’t going to be impeached anytime soon. She’s sad that President Trump didn’t “collude” with Russian Internet trolls and other components of the “vast right-wing conspiracy.” Rachel wants to know the truth and thinks that the whole country seems to see things with her distorted perspective. It’s almost as though Rachel Madcow has spewed lies, inanity, and conspiracy theories for so long that she actually believes her own invective now. Honestly, this is just sad. Watch:
Perhaps her viewership will fully collapse and she’ll have to “learn to code”? A man can dream right? Rachel and her fellow
peddlers journalists should also get mad at the Internet while they’re at it. But they’ll probably hold onto a vain hope of impeaching President Trump instead of doing something useful. I’m sure that any month year decade day the Democratic Party and their media adjuncts will take down President Trump.
postscript: As one investigation goes into the dustbin another rises up in the Ukraine about Hillary. But of course, the galaxy-brains over at the Washington Post can’t take any hits back at their side.
The Hill – As Russia collusion fades, Ukrainian plot to help Clinton emerges
Washington Post – Ukraine just showed us how a foreign power can play Trump to its own ends
It seems that the problems keep mounting for Michael Avenatti, the creepy porn lawyer who is representing Stormy Daniels, has been given national exposure by progressive media outlets for not liking Trump, and is mulling a 2020 Presidential run. Aside from being hit with a restraining order to not accept payment for legal fees, was struck down by a personal judgement for 4.85 million to a former colleague, and subsequently evicted from his law firm’s office Avenatti is now in LAPD custody for domestic violence.
Verily, this was a man that really needed all of the media attention that’s been showered on him for the last several months. I wonder if dying outlets like Vanity Fair will still write articles comparing Avenatti to President Trump? Out of a very comedic article the beginning is probably the best:
“The case for President Michael Avenatti, put forward by adoring MSNBC moms and vengeful Clintonites, is simple: Democrats need their own Donald Trump, and nobody mimics Trump’s elemental command of media dynamics better than the lawyer who weaponized Stormy Daniels.”
Of course the author didn’t deign to cite any sources or quote a single person in this assertion. I’m sure that Ms. Nguyen realizes that it was the media that weaponized the creepy porn lawyer and Stormy Daniels but that’s not important I guess. What is important is the narrative that the orange man is bad and defeating Trumputin in 2020!
Have any of you ever watched The Room? It must be one of the best so bad it’s good movies ever created in all of human history. Tommy Wiseau is just as bad at acting as he is at screenwriting and directing but The Room is simply a masterpiece that you should watch at least once in your life. It even seems like Tommy’s voice is dubbed over but I don’t care, it just adds to the hilarity of the film. In the following video you will see one of the most incredible pieces of dialogue in cinematic history:
Funny enough, the New York Times wants to know about your high school sex life (only if you’re a man though) in an opinion piece titled: Men, Tell Us About Your Sex Life. This is an interactive article in which you get to describe your sexual experiences with women in during your younger years and explain if/how your opinions and thoughts have changed over time:
“Did you ever, as a teenager or younger man, behave toward women in ways you may now regret? If so, how? And how has that experience stayed with you over the years? *”
“How old were you when you had this experience? *”
“Have standards of what constitutes unacceptable behavior changed since then? Have you? *”
“How old are you? In what year did you graduate? *”
“What is your name? It will not be published without your permission. *”
“What is your email? It will not be published. *”
The real kicker to all of these great questions are the Reader Submission Terms. Of course, no one would think to troll the New York Times right? Here are the terms “of note“:
- “Your Content must not be false, defamatory, misleading or hateful or infringe any copyright or any other third party rights or otherwise be unlawful.
- We will use the contact details that you provide to verify your identity and answers to the questionnaire, as well as to contact you for further information on this story. If we publish Your Content, we may include your name and location.“
I can’t think of too many men who would seriously respond to these questions other than the few simps, soyboys and cucks that bother subscribing to the New York Times. I don’t think that anyone at the New York Times understands how large numbers of Internet users would respond to these intrusive questions. The left doesn’t just want in your wallet anymore, it wants to control what you do in your bed as well. I suppose that these “men” would answer such questions:
I’ve stumbled across two really amazing videos on a channel I just found a few days ago about what has to be the world’s most
bizarre insane frothing unhinged weird bizarre interesting reporter to have lived in all of human history. I could try and summarize these two videos and the incidents surround Kurt Eichenwald but why even try? Where would I start? Would I talk about his glorious interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight about a Tweet of his claiming that President Trump was checked into a mental hospital was “a signal to a source”? How about the time he paid thousands of dollars to a source of his who was a child involved in porn? How about posting up a photo on Twitter that inadvertently illustrated his use of hentai to show his wife that tentacle porn exists? The story of how Kurt Eichenwald obliterated his own career and utterly fell apart is simply amazing. (Edit 27 August 2020: The YouTube channel is deleted but the videos are available on BitChute.)
Really, you have to watch both of these videos.
For a guy who uses Twitter so much it’s interesting that he now wants to boycott it. Perhaps he’ll stop acting like such an idiot? No, he’ll just slip up again. Let’s look at some of his wonderful Twitter activity though:
Just know that almost 450k people follow this man’s words on Twitter. Perhaps they’re doing it ironically?
What a great source of entertainment this man is:
Here’s the full Tucker Carlson interview for anyone that’s interested in watching the entire dumpster fire: