Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Bowe Bergdahl: Desertion

Bowe Bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion.

I don't think Bergdahl "served the United States with honor and distinction."

Obama and Susan Rice have a very different view of reality.

FBI: Comey Drafted Statement Exonerating Hillary Before Completing Investigation

James Comey drafted a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton before the FBI investigation concluded.

From FOX News:

The FBI released documents Monday proving former FBI Director James Comey began drafting a letter regarding Hillary Clinton's email investigation months before conducting several key interviews, including speaking to Clinton herself.

...The existence of the documents, reported by Newsweek, were first brought to light by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., also a member of the committee, after they reviewed transcripts of interviews with top Comey aides who alluded to the email’s existence. The Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating Comey in his role as FBI director and President Trump’s decision to fire him in May.

The senators penned a letter on Aug. 30 to newly-appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray noting their findings, saying that “it appears that in April or early May of 2016, Mr. Comey had already decided he would issue a statement exonerating Secretary Clinton. That was long before FBI agents finished their work,” the letter said. “The outcome of an investigation should not be prejudged while FBI agents are still hard at work trying to gather the facts.”
Comey is as crooked as Hillary.

Seth Meyers Rejects Trump Supporters

Like Eminem, Seth Meyers doesn't want Trump supporters as his fans.

SETH MEYERS: My name is Seth, and I'm here to say, if you like Trump, then go away.
Already gone.

Thanking Harvey Weinstein

Hollywood is really messed up.

Sexual predator Harvey Weinstein is a beloved figure.

Dire Straits: Making Movies - 37 Years Ago

Dire Straits released Making Movies 37 year ago today.

The Rolling Stones: 12 X 5 - 53 Years Ago

The Rolling Stones released 12 X 5 fifty-three years ago today.

Bruce Springsteen: The River - 37 Years Ago

Bruce Springsteen released The River 37 years ago today.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Macklemore: “F--k Donald Trump!”


Dana Loesch - #MeToo

Dana Loesch gives a wake-up call to the sanctimonious Leftists.

Leftists wage war on women every day.

So many Leftists are truly vicious.

James Corden Apologizes

Was Corden's apology sincere?

Who knows? Not me.

Oh, my God.

Way too much energy is being directed at condemning reaction to the Harvey Weinstein scandal rather than Harvey Weinstein himself and his enablers, every powerful person in Hollywood and Washington who knew and did absolutely nothing.

Aaron Rodgers: Broken Collarbone

Bad news:

NBC Enabled Harvey Weinstein

So true.

Where's the outrage from the Leftists?

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Al Michaels and Harvey Weinstein

Al Michaels referred to Harvey Weinstein while describing the New York Giants during Sunday Night Football.

Some people are outraged.

AL MICHAELS: Let's face it, the Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein, and they're up by 14 points.

CRIS COLLINSWORTH: Only my LA guy comes up with that one.

MICHAELS: Well, you know.

COLLINSWORTH: There you go.

MICHAELS: All you do is read the papers.
People are demanding an apology from Michaels because he mentioned Weinstein.

Weinstein did have a bad week. Now, we can't even acknowledge that reality? It's too insensitive?

The outraged seem more bent out of shape over Michaels' simple remark than all of Hollywood ignoring Weinstein's abuse for decades.

Good grief, what a load!

U.S. Markets Since Trump's Election


Good news!

SNL: Harvey Weinstein Sketch and Jokes

Oh, wait. This isn't Saturday Night Live's take on the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault/sexual harassment scandal. This is just more tired, predictable Kellyanne Conway mockery by Kate McKinnon.

So, who played Harvey Weinstein in the sketch about the scandal?

No one did. While Weinstein was mentioned during a sketch about sexual harassment in Hollywood, he was spared the sort of ridicule that Donald Trump and Kellyanne Conway routinely receive.

Here's the sexual harassment sketch:

Not very good.

"Weekend Update" began with some jokes about Weinstein. He was harshly criticized by Colin Jost and Michael Che, but considering the scope of the scandal, there should have been more material devoted to him.

Nothing about Hollywood's hypocrisy?


COLIN JOST: Weinstein, who's been accused of multiple counts of sexual assault, is reportedly going to Europe for sex rehab. Somehow, I don't think that's gonna help anybody. He doesn't need sex rehab. He needs a specialized facility where there are no women, no contact with the outside world, metal bars, and it's a prison.
Clearly, they had to address the scandal. They couldn't avoid it again without looking like total wusses. They did a couple of jokes at the top, got that over with, then slipped back into to comfort of bashing Trump.

Harvey Weinstein Expelled From Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Friday, October 13, 2017

Jimmy Fallon Bashes Trump - NOT APOLITICAL


From Entertainment Weekly:

Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, John Oliver, Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah, and half of Twitter might disagree … but NBC’s Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon suggests that Donald Trump’s headlines are often “too serious” to make jokes about.

In an interview with NBC’s Sunday TODAY, the host was asked about his show’s lack of Trump bashing.

“It’s just not what I do, I think it would be weird for me to start doing it now,” Fallon said to Willie Geist in a preview from the upcoming broadcast. “I don’t even care about politics. I love pop culture more than politics, I just don’t have that brain.”

The TODAY co-host followed up by asking if Fallon feels any pressure to go after the president given that it’s clearly working for other late night hosts.

“I think the other guys are doing it very well,” Fallon replied. “Colbert’s doing great; he’s always been into political comedy. When it’s organic I’ll dip into it as well. I’ve always made jokes about the president. We’ve only had Obama. I’ve made thousands of jokes … with Trump, it’s just like every day is a new thing. He gives a lot of material. A lot of [his] stuff is hard to make a joke about. It’s just too serious.”

This is total crap.

EVERY night, Fallon bashes Trump. The bulk of his monologue EVERY night is based on Trump bashing.

Fallon's show is NOT apolitical. True, he doesn't routinely deliver Jimmy Kimmel-esque screeds and start crying during his monologue. However, in all seriousness, Fallon has called out Trump, like after Charlottesville. Fallon called Trump "shameful."

From August 15, 2017:

Jimmy Fallon didn't do a monologue on Monday's Tonight Show, or any opening comedy bits. He went right to his first guest, Susan Sarandon, after delivering these remarks:

JIMMY FALLON: As kids grow up, they need people to look up to, to show them what's right and good. They need parents and teachers, and they need leaders who appeal to the best in us. The fact that it took the president two days to come out and clearly denounce racists and white supremacists is shameful. And I think he finally spoke out because people everywhere stood up and said something. It's important for everyone, especially white people in this country, to speak out against this. Ignoring it is just as bad as supporting it.

Fallon begins his remarks with a lie, calling The Tonight Show an "apolitical show." Fallon pummels Trump every night, every single night, something he never did to Obama.

While I unequivocally agree with Fallon's remarks about the importance of denouncing hate, racism and white supremacists, I think he's wrong to use his platform to call President Trump "shameful" and falsely declare that the president took two days to denounce the racists and white supremacists. When Fallon goes further and states that Trump only denounced the haters because people pressured him into it, he goes too far.

Everything is relative, but to declare Fallon's monologue and show apolitical is a flat-out lie.

It's just not true.

It's not true.

Harvey Weinstein and Bill Clinton - War on Women

Jimmy Fallon and Harvey Weinstein

Jimmy Fallon's monologue on Thursday didn't include a single joke about Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood's sexual assault/harassment scandal.

Jimmy Fallon: Trump 'I Hate Everyone in White House' Jokes

JIMMY FALLON: A big story right now is this Vanity Fair article about the White House. They say that Trump is becoming unhinged. Now. He's currently becoming unhinged. They said that recently he walks around the White House and he shouted, 'I hate everyone in the White House.' But later he clarified his remarks saying, 'Except for me. I still like me a lot.'

Apparently, he had an outburst and yelled, 'I hate everyone in the White House.' He just said it, outburst. Mike Pence tried to calm him down and Trump said, 'Go away! You're not even my real dad.'
Not funny.

David Bowie in Milwaukee - 43 Years Ago

Forty-three years ago today, David Bowie performed at the Mecca Arena in Milwaukee.