_____, on Stephen Colbert, who referred to _____’s mouth as Putin’s cock-holster:
“You see a no-talent guy like Colbert. There’s nothing funny about what he says. And what he says is filthy. And you have kids watching. And it only builds up my base. It only helps me, people like him. The guy was dying. By the way they were going to take him off television, then he started attacking me and he started doing better. But his show was dying.”
This from the guy who said he just walks up to women and “grabs ‘em by the pussy” because he’s rich and can get away with it.
So, which is worse, a comic who says filthy things for a laugh, or a president who said filthy things because he’s a misogynistic fuck-monkey?
PS That’s a rhetorical question.
Kellyanne Conway, on Anderson Cooper’s sexist eyeroll:
“Could you imagine … having a male anchor on the network roll eyes at Hillary Clinton [or at] a female spokesperson for President Obama or President Bill Clinton? I think not.”
Perhaps not, Kelly, but those woemn aren’t considered liars and hacks.
I’m surprised Anderson’s eyes didn’t roll out of his head with the sh*t you spew.
John McCain, Republican Senator, ron reports that _____ asked former FBI Director James Comey to halt the bureau’s investigation into Michael Flynn:
“I think we’ve seen this movie before. I think it appears at a point where it’s of Watergate size and scale … the shoes continue to drop, and every couple days there’s a new aspect ... It’s not going to be over until every aspect of it is thoroughly examined and the American people make a judgment. And the longer you delay, the longer it’s going to last.”
There, he said it: Watergate.
And he’s right, the more _____ stalls and lies, the more people will dig, and the more they dig, the more corruption and collusion they’ll find.
David Brooks, New York Times columnist, on _____:
“At base, Trump is an infantalist. There are three tasks that most mature adults have sort of figured out by the time they hit 25. Trump has mastered none of them. Immaturity is becoming the dominant note of his presidency, lack of self-control his leitmotif.”
Sandra Lee, TV chef, on Paul Ryan, whom she was asked to do a cooking segment with on Fox & Friends ... until he left:
“At first what occurred to me is that we are both from Wisconsin. And I realized he is the one thing from Wisconsin that I cannot tolerate or stomach. I just do not stand for anything he stands for. I was so angry I was shaking, and I never had that experience before in my life or on any show. I love ‘Fox & Friends.’ That was the only time that happened to me. I do not get angry for too long. He left the set, and I was back to Sandra Lee. I have been really surprised about the reaction ... I think it is because I have never stated my opinion. Just because I chose not to state my opinion does not mean I do not have one. When it comes to health care or childhood hunger issues, I am not going to be quiet, tolerant or silent about my experiences or my convictions.”
She should’a set him on fire.
Okay, maybe not, but she could’a poured hot grease on him ... accidentally.