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John McCain says no: Today in Tweets

Senator Bill Cassidy, would-be healthcare-stealing goblin

By David Futrelle

John McCain announces that he’s now a “no” vote on the Graham-Cassidy anti-healthcare bill, and gets hailed as a “hero,” proving that the  standards for “heroism” amongst Republican senators is pretty damn low. But if McCain is your senator, you should probably call to thank him for this minimal act of human decency.

Meanwhile, millions of Puerto Ricans remain in dire straights, without power and water — and, sadly, without much media coverage. And Mexico City continues to dig out from last week’s earthquake.

Here’s Johnny:

https://twitter.com/BenjySarlin/status/911307015703670784

https://twitter.com/maxsparber/status/911301004511072256

(Note: Murkowski’s people say they welcome calls from out of state. Hint hint.)

And now to Puerto Rico, a place the media seems to have largely forgotten:

Puerto Rico:

More options here if you want to help Puerto Rico (or the other islands in the Caribbean that have been hit hard by Irma and Maria).

Here’s what it looks like in Mexico City today:

In other news:

Leftists didn’t kill it; it was killed by the sheer incopetence of Milo ‘n’ pals, who failed to fill out the paperwork to reserve rooms or even contact some of the touted speakers to tell them they’d been invited. It’s almost as if they never intended the event to happen in the first place.

https://twitter.com/Kherman112/status/911285209777160192

In “bad but completely expected news.”

More bullshit poop crap:

Kitties!

Ok, technically none of those were kitties.

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Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@Kat

I made two mistaken assumptions

So long as we can admit when we fuck up

That it would be obvious that, given that I’d like all people to join the fight against climate change, I believe all people have inherent value

Well, no. The only thing obvious from this is that you believe that cooperation is the best way to combat global warming. Yours is a statement of expediency and efficacy, not of value. Which…

That all readers of WHTM — except for some trolls — see the merit of mitigating climate change

I won’t say ‘all’, cos I don’t know. I would point out the… oddity of comparing this to the idea that you’d doubt all readers (trolls excepted) see the merit of mitigating racism, but… I suppose I just have. Anyway. This doesn’t, however, mean much except in relation. See, this is a double down on the thing I was nonplussed about in the 1st place. This is a perfect case of the ‘distraction narrative’, that other people’s issues (BLM, frex) are a distraction from one’s own issues (AGW, frex). Now, I don’t need to tell you why that’s a bit iffy, but for the benefit of others:
1)the implication that other people’s concerns are lesser than yours,
2)that other people caring about other things is an affront to you and your things, and
3)that people can’t care about both issues and still other issues.
4)the reality that the grievances of brown folk are often on the receiving end of lessening,
5)especially in relation to white/’everybody’ stuff,
6)the inherent assumption in which is that our stuff isn’t ‘everybody stuff.
7)and this has a particularly nasty side effect, in that your issue must be solved, while mine need only be handled…

You, inadvertently of course, made a not so good comparison of issues in your original comment. You placed the protests to the other side of climate change. Not BLM, not institutional racism, specifically the sportsball protests against same. This is… problematic. The implication here is that the climate change needs to be solved once and for all. But that racism only need be massaged til it’s no longer worth protesting/distracting over. So we can get back to shit that’s really important. Like… Green Lives Matter. Not a good look

Any questions?

-If you believe in peace, then let us keep it
-I think you’re confusing ‘peace’ with ‘quiet’
Thor and Ultron

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

I apologize for my lack of clarity.

Black lives matter. And I support Colin Kaepernick’s attempt to start a conversation about race.

I mentioned climate change because it affects us all, and it particularly affects low-income people of color the world around. That said, I shouldn’t have mentioned climate change in the context of a conversation about race.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
3 years ago

“jeez it’s only 90 days it’s not like we’re asking for much-”

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/24/us/politics/new-order-bars-almost-all-travel-from-seven-countries.html?mcubz=1

WASHINGTON — President Trump on Sunday issued a new order indefinitely banning almost all travel to the United States from seven countries, including most of the nations covered by his original travel ban, citing threats to national security posed by letting their citizens into the country.

The new order is more far-reaching than the president’s original travel ban, imposing permanent restrictions on travel, rather than the 90-day suspension that Mr. Trump authorized soon after taking office. But officials said his new action was the result of a deliberative, rigorous examination of security risks that was designed to avoid the chaotic rollout of his first ban. And the addition of non-Muslim countries could address the legal attacks on earlier travel restrictions as discrimination based on religion.

Starting next month, most citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea will be banned from entering the United States, Mr. Trump said in a proclamation released Sunday night. Citizens of Iraq and some groups of people in Venezuela who seek to visit the United States will face restrictions or heightened scrutiny.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
3 years ago

@Button

As it turns out, there are a ton of women in tech – they’ve just been relegated to the ghetto of testing, because no one in the US will goddamn hire any of us for entry-level “development” jobs.

Preach. I trained as a developer – C++, Java, Oracle, the whole nine yards – yet here I am, years later, still in the testing ghetto.

What’s really infuriating is the idea that men hiring men is just business as usual, but women hiring women has to be some deliberate, nefarious conspiracy. Men are viewed as the natives, the gender that belongs in the workplace by default. Women have to justify their presence. Nobody bats an eye when 80% of new tech hires are men, but hire a couple of women, and suddenly it’s an AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLOT to stock all the cubicles with exotics. We really are seen as an invasive species, and I’m tired of it.

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
3 years ago

@Alan

Speaking as part of the Brighton contingent, I thank you. I also don’t know whether to laugh or sigh.

Do we need to start keeping a list of landmarks that aren’t mosques? Westminster Cathedral, Brighton Pavilion, where next?

The Pavilion is well worth a visit, for any Mammotheers passing through Brighton. If you think the outside is ornate (and loaded with cultural appropriation), wait til you see inside!

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
3 years ago

W.R.T. Brighton Pavilion, apparently a stopped clock is right twice a day! From Wikipedia:

During the First World War, the Pavilion, along with other sites in Brighton, was transformed into a military hospital. From December 1914 to January 1916, sick and wounded soldiers from the Indian Army were treated in the former palace. The Pavilion hospital also incorporated the adjacent Dome and Corn Exchange; these buildings had formerly been part of the large stable complex associated with the residence.

The Pavilion hospital was set up with two operating theatres and over 720 beds. Over 2,300 men were treated at the hospital. Elaborate arrangements were made to cater for the patients’ variety of religious and cultural needs. Nine different kitchens were set up in the grounds of the hospital, so that food could be cooked by the soldiers’ fellow caste members and co-religionists. Muslims were given space on the eastern lawns to pray facing towards Mecca, while Sikhs were provided with a tented gurdwara in the grounds.

epitome of incomprehensibility

Heat wave in Montreal continues. I couldn’t sleep that well – had to have a fan on all night. As @numerobis said, the marathon here on Sunday was canceled (although the half-marathon and other shorter running events happened).

numerobis
3 years ago

Flurries here. The first snowplow went by yesterday. Granted, there was only about 1cm on the ground — I think they just got excited.

If Button and Buttercup or anyone here want to send me a resume, we’re likely looking for junior devs in the next few months, depending on how our contracts line up.

You’d need to relocate to Montreal on your own (or Iqaluit), because we’re too small to hire lawyers yet — you’d be employee #2. Canada is generally pretty good at letting trained people in, I hear.

Corporate stats: 31% women (by hours worked). 4 citizenships. All pasty white. 100% female tortoise-shell cats. It’s hard being diverse at our size, but we’ll try as we grow.

opposablethumbs
opposablethumbs
3 years ago

Completely OT, but appears to be what one looks like when one is really committed to one’s work:

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Misha
Misha
3 years ago

@Alan,

Can’t see your link, if that’s what it is :(, might be because I’m on mobile. Can you repost as a non-link?

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

So, just in case anyone was tempted to believe that Ivanka was the kinder, gentler Trump…

http://dlisted.com/2017/09/26/ivanka-and-donald-trump-jr-once-tried-to-bump-tiffany-trump-out-of-daddys-will/#more-269937

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ misha

I did it as one of those Imgur things, so the picture (it’s of a tweet) should embed.

Not sure why it’s not coming up for you; but perhaps one of our many tech experts can assist?

ETA: it was a tweet from someone complaining about the Brighton Labour conference featuring a picture of a mosque. The ‘mosque’ in question being Brighton Pavilion.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

More suffragette shenanigans, but this time has some interesting stuff from a US perspective:

https://www.wpr.org/fight-club-there-were-feminists

Misha
Misha
3 years ago

it was a tweet from someone complaining about the Brighton Labour conference featuring a picture of a mosque. The ‘mosque’ in question being Brighton Pavilion.

Ah ha ha, what a spoon.

The Pavilion is a mishmash of cultural influences. I want to be there for the confused wailing and gnashing of teeth should they ever see that the Chinese interior definitely does not match the Indian exterior.

Corbyn did his Brighton conference rally just the other day. Sigh, missed it.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

The Pavilion is a mishmash of cultural influences.

The Prince Regent: “I need somewhere discrete so I can meet my illicit wife without drawing any attention

John Nash: “Hold my pint

Gussie Jives
Gussie Jives
3 years ago

@WWTH

So, just in case anyone was tempted to believe that Ivanka was the kinder, gentler Trump…

Based on what David Cay Johnston has written about how Donald and his siblings conspired to cut Fred Jr. out of their father’s will and cut off medical payments to his sick nephew out of sheer spite, this is just kinda par for the course as far as that twisted family goes.

http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2016/08/trump-files-donald-sick-infant-medical-care/

opposablethumbs
opposablethumbs
3 years ago

Prince Regent thought he was asking for discreet, but failed to clarify and got very, very discrete 😀 (as in separate, distinct, individual and utterly, beyond-bonkersly disconnected, I mean. Nash really went for it, didn’t he)

Come to think of it, isn’t the Brighton Pavillion the location of some rather unique items of “erotic” furniture?

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
3 years ago

Interesting link about the brief history of women’s self-defense. The more things change…. 🙁

And from that same page, down in the Related Links area, was this little interview with William Farrell:

https://www.wpr.org/then-and-now-mens-rights-movement

And all the comments (9) complaining about how the interviewer clearly had their story written before even approaching Farrell for his opinion.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ redsilkphoenix

The more things change…

But imagine having to put up with Edwardian attitudes if you were a woman who was assaulted…

“People would say that these women who were filing these complaints weren’t telling the truth, that they were actually just flirting with the men and then trying to get back at them afterwards if they’d been denied. They were told that their flashy clothing was causing the problem, or that they were inappropriately looking at these men and baiting them. Women were basically told, if you’re going to be out in public, you need to avoid eye contact; you need to not talk to anybody,”

opposablethumbs
opposablethumbs
3 years ago

So much singing from the same old, same old hymn-sheet … 🙁

Misha
Misha
3 years ago

Re: Warren Farrell interview

…people in the men’s movement are so hurt, in such pain, that they’re shouting out. And when people don’t get heard, as in any relationship, they start getting meaner and meaner, and angrier and angrier, and saying things that are in the extreme.

Shut up Warren. MRAs get meaner and meaner, and angrier and angrier, because they’re abusive, entitled man-children. Repelling people with your bullshit is not the same as ‘not being heard’.

Slightly OT, but reading through the Ivanka Trump article I saw Trump Ice was a thing. Trump University, Trump Steaks, Trump Ice, yeeeeeergh. Why would any marketing department agree to put Trump in front of things like this, it’s a horrible sounding word.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
3 years ago

Unrelated: Since Trump’s now admitted what we all knew already, that he’s refusing to help Puerto Rico because they’re too poor and brown for his liking… Why is everybody still wasting their time petitioning him instead of calling the fucking UN? That’s what they’re bloody well for, isn’t it, stepping up to save lives where governments can’t or won’t?

And while they’re at it, they can haul his ass in for whatever the legalese for depraved indifference genocide is.

*seethes*

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

I was saying yesterday that the NFL thing seemed like a lot of ‘you can’t tell me what to do’.

Seems a number of people have been thinking similarly:
‘Bigger than football’: NFL, long a conservative league, dodged activism. Then came Trump

Kaepernick was considered to have been blackballed by the league, failing to sign with any team in the 2017 season. When the issue was solely about him and the small set of players rallying to his side, Karpf said, “it was easy for most of the league to stay out of it.”

“And then Donald Trump calls them ‘sons of bitches,’ and the question is put before every single player: Are you going to stand with a guy who, whether you agree with the style of protest he chose, he could be on your team? And the president just called him a ‘son of a bitch’ because he exercised his right to peaceful protest?”

[…]

It may well be that part of the anger on the part of NFL management comes from the president meddling in their corporate affairs, he told the Times.

“It’ll be interesting if some owner signs Kaepernick now, just to show that Trump can’t engage in their business,” he said.

PeeVee the (Perpetually Ignored, Invisible but Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Perpetually Ignored, Invisible but Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Graham-Cassidy is dead.

Until the next time.

So sick of these craven ghouls.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

people in the men’s movement are so hurt, in such pain, that they’re shouting out. And when people don’t get heard, as in any relationship, they start getting meaner and meaner, and angrier and angrier, and saying things that are in the extreme.

Isn’t it cute how being in pain is always an acceptable excuse for men to be virulently misogynistic, even threatening, but when women don’t want to talk to men on the street or public transportation in part because of the fear that they might intend to hurt us than we’re vile manhaters? Or any other time we object – even if it’s politely – to male behavior based on experience with predatory men than it’s unacceptable and mean and not all men!

Maybe every woman who’s ever been hurt by a man should go on his social media and say that he is probably evil and a rapist because he is a man and then spit his own quote back at him and say “what? I’ve been hurt! I’m in pain! It makes me mean and angry!” See how much he likes that.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
3 years ago

Ding Dong the monster’s dead, for good this time (hopefully)
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/26/us/politics/mcconnell-obamacare-repeal-graham-cassidy-trump.html?smid=tw-nytimes&smtyp=cur

WASHINGTON — Senator Mitch McConnell on Tuesday officially pulled the plug on the latest plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, telling senators they will not vote on the measure and effectively admitting defeat in the last-gasp drive to fulfill a core promise of President Trump and Republican lawmakers.

Mr. McConnell’s announcement came less than 24 hours after a pivotal Republican senator, Susan Collins of Maine, declared firm opposition to the repeal proposal, all but ensuring that Republican leaders would be short of the votes they needed.

Still worried about a potential midnight vote. But overall eat crow McConnell you withered, poison ivy glazed, burnt out husk of a so called “Christian man.”

PaganReader - Misandrist Spinster

I’ll believe that Graham-Casssidy is dead on October 1st, when they need 60 votes again.

Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
3 years ago

Guess who else had a private email account?

https://www.engadget.com/2017/09/25/ivanka-trump-used-personal-email-for-government-business/

Hey righties, doesn’t this mean it’s time for you to start up your chants of “lock her up!” again? 🙂

PeeVee the (Tired of the Militant Plasticfaced) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Tired of the Militant Plasticfaced) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Look what these craven, souless assholes have done now. Vile, nasty, reprehensible wastes of skin.

http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN1C12UI

numerobis
3 years ago

They’re heavily in debt. That’s why we need to keep prices high on them. How else are we going to squeeze blood from that stone?

(The jones act is a travesty for everyone in the US, except for a handful of shippers and ship builders.)

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

If Trump were a character in a movie, I suppose this might be funny. . . .

Steve Bannon basically just admitted Trump is easily duped

The information that President Trump sees has been a major subplot of the White House’s internal drama. Aides often privately describe the president as highly susceptible to acting upon the last piece of information he’s seen — no matter how dubious. . . .

But rarely do you see someone close to the president just come out and admit how unsophisticated he is as a consumer of information.

That’s what Stephen K. Bannon did Monday night, though not quite in so many words. While chatting with Fox News’s Sean Hannity, the former White House chief strategist suggested that Trump was essentially duped into supporting appointed Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) in Tuesday’s Alabama special-election runoff.

ttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/09/26/steve-bannons-remarkable-admission-trump-is-easily-duped/?utm_term=.2112b751a5a2

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

Meghan Markle Wore a “Husband” Shirt for Her First Official Appearance with Prince Harry

Since when is this shirt a Husband Shirt? Just a few days ago, I informed David Futrelle that the loose-fitting button-down shirt is a Boyfriend Shirt. Fashion has upped the ante without so much as copying me on a mass email.
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Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

Link for the article attached to the Husband Shirt (or, as commenters on the late website XO Jane would have called it, the Husband-Husband-Husband Shirt; they were of the opinion that a husband is not a magic bullet):

https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2017/09/meghan-markle-husband-shirt-prince-harry-invictus-games-misha-nonoo

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Trump is the gift that keeps on giving..

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Bananananana dakry: Short-Haired, Fat, and Deranged
Bananananana dakry: Short-Haired, Fat, and Deranged
3 years ago

*grind teeth* Donnie boy, you ARE nonsense. However, you are very dangerous nonsense, and therefore we are forced to focus on you no matter what.

You diseased, mucus ridden boil on a camel’s sphincter.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

So, I was perusing the free to stream with Amazon Prime and noticed that they added Society. I hadn’t seen in about 20 years so I figured I’d rewatch it and am so glad I did. It’s one of those movies that just became a whole hell of a lot more relevant since Trump took office. I wonder if it’s where Chuck Tingle got the idea to liken him to a void creature in a human suit.

I hope someone else here has seen it and knows what the hell I’m talking about!

I definitely recommend it for those who haven’t seen it. If you can deal with gory body horror type of stuff anyway. All those backlash against the 80’s movies that came out in the late 80’s and early 90’s really feel needed right now. See also They Live, Heathers, and Pump up the Volume. Anyone else think all these movies feel newly relevant lately or is it just me?

Nothing is Permanent But Woe
Nothing is Permanent But Woe
3 years ago

@WWTH

That’s a great movie list; I haven’t seen Society for years but it used to be a firm favourite. ‘You’re not one of us – you have to be BORN into society’ is probably the hidden message inscribed in miniature in every bit of Trump merchandise. Coincidentally I was watching ‘They Live’ for the first time in a long time just the other day, and I can certainly see the relevance of that one as well.

Slightly OT, but I was bored yesterday ‘teaching’ textiles, so I had a look at what properties the Tangerine Nazi owns in the UK in the hopes of finding a way of doing some direct action. Nothing closer than Scotland but I have a few ideas for screwing with his hotels and golf courses. The problem is that, having googled Turnberry, now I’ve got pop-up adverts for Trump hotels appearing in the middle of David’s posts, which is disconcerting and ironic.

Pie
Pie
3 years ago
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@WWTHcomment image
Election is so damn relevant…

Late 90s tho *shrugs*

Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
3 years ago

@Nothing is Permanent But Woe:

Why the heck aren’t you using an ad blocker? They’re pretty much required these days for web surfing, if you don’t want to use 8x the bandwidth needed to send the actual text you want to read, have flashing animated distractions cluttering your peripheral vision the whole time, experience frequent random browser crashes, and occasionally get malware infections that encrypt all your documents and then sell you the decryption key for hundreds of dollars.

In fact, you should probably remove the Flash and Java plugins from your browser, use an ad blocker, and maybe be whitelisting Javascript.

Nothing is Permanent But Woe
Nothing is Permanent But Woe
3 years ago

@Surplus To Requirements

Two major reasons for that:
1. Sneaky browsing at work, which is the reason I’m usually late to conversations and sometimes entirely absent; and,
2. No idea how. The last computer I owned was a Commodore 64, and that was too complex for me. I’d say I was a digital neandertal, except they were way ahead of me in problem-solving, and considerably better at living in the Ice Age too.

Usually I don’t mind the personalised ads, anyway – they show me pretty pictures of caving lamps and Norwegian cruises, both of which are pleasant to look at and so far outside my budget they might as well be fictional. It’s just the Trump-garishness….

Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
3 years ago

I’m surprised your work hasn’t employed ad blockers to cut down on distractions (and malware risks) in the workplace. Class solidarity with the capitalists who are buying the ad placements?

Nothing is Permanent But Woe
Nothing is Permanent But Woe
3 years ago

@Surplus to Requirements

It’s a good point, I’ll suggest it. I suspect ignorance rather than conspiracy on this one…

numerobis
3 years ago

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/sep/26/alabama-senate-primary-republican-roy-moore-luther-strange

Roy Moore wins the GOP primary in Alabama. He’s famous for erecting the ten commandments in the state supreme court (and getting fired for ignoring court orders to remove them). He’s famous for coming back from that firing to get his job back, and then using his job to prevent the implementation of Obergefell (and getting fired for ignoring court orders to implement the law of the land).

So this is an easy victory for Democrats to gain a seat in Senate. That’s why they’re running on that always-effective platform of… “I’m not the other guy.”

Oh. You mean you’re not going to put forward a platform of justice and good governance and so on, you’re just going to sit around like usual and let the bigots run the discussion? Figures.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
3 years ago

@numerobis:
Also, this is Alabama. Roy Moore, as you noted, already got re-elected as a judge because of his odious views, not in spite of them. Despite the man outspokenly believing that the Constitution is subservient to the Bible and being slammed down by higher courts multiple times, way too many people in his state want somebody like that.

(Seriously, why would state judges ever be elected?)

JS
JS
3 years ago

“People who want Caving Lamps” must be one of the more specific targets. Now you’ve got me wanting to go find some.

(Use headlamps to work on haunted houses, which tend to be overly dark by design)

Moggie
Moggie
3 years ago

So apparently Jared Kushner’s voter registration says that he’s a feeemale:

http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2017/images/09/27/jared.kushner.voter.reg.png

Not sure what to make of that!

JS
JS
3 years ago

Another example of “Jared Kushner makes mistake on form”, preparing for defense of foreign disclosure form mistakes in advance? It’s 5 dimensional hacky sack chess with a side of four-square kickball.

Dimmy
Dimmy
3 years ago

In the article about Alabama’s election, I noticed this:

“Despite Trump’s opposition, a number of fervent Trump supporters and former White House staffers had backed Moore. These include former chief strategist Steve Bannon, who told voters at a rally for Moore that ‘a vote for Judge Roy Moore is a vote for Donald J Trump’, and housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson, who issued a statement of praise for Moore on Friday.”

And:

“Bannon himself appeared on stage before Moore in Montgomery…”

And:

“[Trump’s] tweets supporting Strange from the last two days disappeared from his account.”

This probably means something.

Moggie
Moggie
3 years ago

Is this new Voxman project for real? I hope so, because it looks hilariously inept:

https://twitter.com/sapphixy/status/912834128030126080