Another day, another opportunity to measure the unending Republican hypocrisy by playing the game of “What would Republicans do if Obama did this?”
It took the Republican hypocrites less than the time Trump needed to pop a tic-tac and grab a p*ssy without consent to jump on social media and gloat over New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s resignation.
While so-called President Trump remains silent on Roy Moore’s serial pedophilia, he’s developing a definitive case of diarrhea of the mouth when it comes to the allegations of sexual misconduct levied against Democratic Senator Al Franken.
Nearly 40 percent of Evangelical Christians in Alabama say they’re now more likely to vote for Roy Moore after multiple allegations that he molested children, even as voters across the historically red state now seem to be punishing Moore for his past actions, a new poll shows.
We know what Texas Senator and former Republican presidential candidate, Ted Cruz, was doing early Tuesday morning, and it had nothing to do with his supposed love of Jesus.
Other than the increasingly dangerous and more frequent storms thanks to human-caused climate change, there’s nothing more dependable than Republican hypocrisy.
With Texas now having to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, lawmakers there will be looking for federal disaster aid – after they voted against a crucial aid package for New Jersey and New York following Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Pay No Attention to the Women At Ivanka’s Chinese Sweetshop Factory. They Don’t Count, I Guess.
“Buy American, Hire American” doesn’t apply to Trump or his family.
President Donald Trump might be on track to spend more taxpayer money on travel during his first year of presidency than former President Barack Obama spent during his eight years in office.