Frank Ocean, on how he thinks Obama should have reacted during _____’s inauguration speech:
“I’m really excited for these inauguration crowd numbers to come in. Don’t cook the books either Donald. We all know your event was dry. No matter how many times CNN anchors repeat majestic or peaceful transition of power. The world can see America divided and the chaos in the streets.
Barack we love you but it would’ve been equally presidential if you would’ve just walked on out while Donald got through that struggle speech trashing your career. The majority knows man, we know you did good. We see it. The majority sees Donald for who he is too. He ain’t slick. And it’s too bad the majority doesn’t count. In any event, a first family that I can relate to will be missed. Really though.”
Obama has too much class to have walked out but, still, wouldn’t it have been fabulous?
Hugh Hewitt, conservative radio host, on impeaching _____:
“I think it would occur after midterms and only if the House flips to the Democrats. So the potential is there, yes. If you abuse power, if you do anything — you don’t have a lot of goodwill in the reservoir. He’s beginning his presidency successfully in my view with a few very bold initiatives but with the highest negatives of any incoming president since Gallup kept track. That says to me: thin ice, move carefully.”
There you have it. Vote Blue in 2018, and demand, demand, your representatives do the sane thing and boot this maniacal liar from office.
Kellyanne Conway, _____ Hellhound, on how she thinks people are out to get her:
“Because of what the press is doing now to me, I have Secret Service protection. We have packages delivered to my house with white substances. That is a shame.”
Um, Kellyanne, you brought this attack from the press on yourself by being a blatant liar and an ass-kissing fuckmonkey, but ... maybe, just maybe, this white powder is powder for your face because, girl, you so sweaty on TV.
PS There has not been one report, except from this hellhound, of a threat on her life.
Sit down, bitch.
Colin Mochrie, Whose Line Is it Anyway comic actor, opening up about his transgender daughter and acceptance:
“There had been a negative vibe on Twitter, with the upcoming inauguration, so I thought a positive tweet about acceptance and inclusion might be nice. To tell you the truth I didn’t think it all the way through. All of our friends, of course, know about Kinley and we regularly posted on Facebook about her. I had forgotten that outside of our circle, people didn’t know. My daughter is exactly the same person as she has always been. Bright, funny, sympathetic to others, curious and caring. The only difference is that she is happier and more confident as a person. Your child is your child, that is forever.”
That’s called good parenting.
That’s called unconditional love.
Sean Spicer, on how “demoralizing” it is for _____ to be ridiculed and challenged:
“There is this constant theme to undercut the enormous support that he has…I think it’s just unbelievably frustrating when you’re continually told it’s not big enough, it’s not good enough, you can’t win…Over and over again there’s this constant attempt to undermine his credibility and the movement that he represents, and it’s frustrating for, not just him, but I think so many of us that are trying to work to get this message out…To constantly be told, no no no, and to watch him go, yes yes yes. and have people put blocks up. It is frustrating… It is a little demoralizing… And then you look at the stuff that is happening…”
Um, Sean, he lost the popular vote, his approval ratings are in the toilet, millions and millions around the world are marching against him and more are speaking out about the #FakePresident.
Don’t play the pity party because you’ll lose every time.