3/6/17

"I can deny it ..."

We had whole weekend pretty much ignoring the lunacy of Merkin politcs ... till we returned to find that we have Ol' Heel Spurs having a hissy fit, because the Sessions Affair has drawn attention away from His Most Wonderful Speech In The Entire History of Man.

He had an ass-ripping Session (no pun intended) in the Oval, where more expletives are deleted than in any meeting since Nixon discovered that presidents really aren't above the law, though it can be hard to nail 'em down at times.

So Ol' Heel Spurs needed a distraction. Nixon ... Nixon ... hmmm ... Aha! The lightbulb came on, though dimly. Down at Mar-A-Lago, at six-ish AM, while no doubt sitting on his gold-plated-and-ivory shitter, with his dirty Hanes draped around his ankles, he let loose a flurry of twits. Tweets. Whatever. Obama (which is Satan spelled backwards; ask any Trumpkin, it's in the bible somewhere) WIRETAPPED TRUMP TOWER! Of course he did. It's as plain as the nose on your face.

John Comey has asked the Department of Justice to refute Ol' Heel Spurs' claim; no response yet from DoJ. Speaking of the FBI, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has explicitly denied that the FBI tapped Trump's phones via FISA; "I can deny it," he said to the talking head on 'Meet the News.'

Meanwhile, the Trumpkins are on a roll, what with CNN getting fined 30 million bux (not true of course but never let truth get in the way of a good Trumpkin roll) and ... Milo, the Perve-in-Chief, has determined that Snopes is full of lefties and is publishing fake news about fake news and the Trumpkins are eating it up. Never mind that Milo is so toxic not even the CPAC crazies would touch him.

And yet ... the Trumpkins insist that Ol' Heel Spurs is doing exactly what he said he would do. They keep saying that, but when I ask 'em, what exactly is that, other than sitting on his gold-plated ivory shitter in the wee hours of the morning, sharing his narcissistic nightmares with the world in the form of informal presidential policy, I don't get anything resembling a coherent answer.

And the band plays on ...