There was more truth in this bit than in all of the press briefings with Sarah Huckabee Sanders combined.
Stumbled across this on Twitter a few days ago. It's an amazing representation of the problem we're facing with the amount of plastic we're using and simply throwing away.
… and incredibly on point. The complaints about her performance and especially the part where she criticised the chief White House liar, Sarah Huckabee-Sanders, was so well-deserved. The fact that parts of the press and the WHCA are admonishing Michelle Wolf for the speech is absolutely disgraceful.
I can't get over how great this is. This woman is incredibly sharp and Americans should hope that she'll stay on the Supreme Court for many more years. Her reactions to Colbert are priceless. He's being stupid and she's having none of it.
Everything wrong with Fox News in one video pic.twitter.com/MhnApiQ3pG— NowThis (@nowthisnews) 16. März 2018
If you can't watch the video: this clip compares how Fox News and their despicable and sad excuses for humans beings criticise Barack Obama for being open to reaching out to North Korea and praise Donald Trump for exactly the same thing.
That's The Late Show at its best. I love it. It's crazy for me to think a politician would want to exact revenge on a corporation because it won't continue to support the NRA, an organisation that condones the slaughtering of children in classrooms.
And the root cause of the above:
Make no mistake:
The sitting president of the United States of America doesn't condemn and thus approves of neo-Nazis. He implicitly agrees with their actions. The fact that he hasn't yet been impeached by the GOP, which controls both chambers of Congress, tells you that most of them approve of the actions of neo-Nazis, too.
I'm just going to leave this here without further comment.
In yesterday's core segment of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver dug into the talking points Republicans have for discussing the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Let me repeat that: he didn't dig into the actual bill to repeal it, or the bill that would replace the ACA, but the talking points Republicans use to rile up support for the repeal.
As usual, it's an interesting piece that shows just how much Republicans hate the poor, the sick, and those in need.
Watch it and make up your own mind about whether it's a good idea to repeal it.