Monthly Archives: March 2019

Inspection- Un-Redacting the Redactor

Courtesy Daily Kos


 You know what this is all about, right? Take money away from special Olympics, Inspectioninvestigate Barack, re, re, re, re-investigate Hillary, kill the ACA, yada, yada, many more “yadas…” it’s all about creating distractions after the attempt to replace the Mueller Report with the whitewash Barr Report flopped like a dead fish on the deck of the ship of state. If the administration has any true, unquestionable, talent it’s making a lot of nasty noise in an attempt to distract from their usual passing of gas in public… while smirking about it at the same time and claiming, “No, we didn’t do that. How dare you even suggest what’s obviously true is true?”
 Like we all know the head redactor is determined to redact anything that doesn’t put their presidential deity in a good light. Why is it I have the feeling in my gut that if we do get to see the report, as is claimed, it will be 99% black?
 We shall see: maybe. Read more

We Are Running Concentration Camps’: Images From El Paso Stir Outrage Over Migrant Treatment


Hundreds of migrants are being held by border agents in a fenced in encampment under a bridge in El Paso, leading to anger and accusations that the American government is holding people in “concentration camps.”

Images posted online by reporters and advocates painted a disturbing scene in the Texas city. Lines of migrants behind fencing, being processed by agents from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), walked into a camp area that appeared to be standing room only.

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William Barr Reads “Moby-Dick,” Finds No Evidence of Whales

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Attorney General William Barr has just read the classic American novel “Moby-Dick,” by Herman Melville, and found that the book contains “no evidence whatsoever of whales,” Barr stated on Tuesday.

The Attorney General issued his statement on the absence of whales in the Melville classic in a two-paragraph book report released to the news media.

“Those who read ‘Moby-Dick’ looking for whales will be sorely disappointed,” Barr wrote. “There are no whales here.”

To illustrate his point, Barr quoted the book’s first sentence: “Call me Ishmael.”

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