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WTF?! Trump’s Video Of Movie Characters Watching Him Speak Is BEYOND Bizarre

Since he didn’t participate in Wednesday evening’s GOP presidential debate, failed one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump had plenty of time to post all sorts of crazy shit on his failing Truth Social site.

One thing in particular that Trump shared with the internet was a video of famous movie characters from well-known films watching him speak.

According to Mediaite, some of the movies are staples of American cinema.

It is mashup of clips from famous movies with images of Trump sprinkled in. Among the films included are Apollo 13Napoleon DynamiteQuiz ShowForrest GumpPleasantville, and Kill Bill: Vol. 2.

As if that’s not enough, the video also featured Trump standing next to North Korean dictator/murderer Kim Jong-un and shaking hands with Ye (a.k.a. Kanye West) as Ye remarks, “I love this guy right here.”

Before we go any further, you really need to see the video in question, and you can do that here.

What in the hell is that all about? Well, for one thing, it’s clearly a reflection of Trump’s personality. He’s a malignant narcissist, so naturally all those famous movie characters would be watching him speak. After all, he’s so enthralling that they simply couldn’t help themselves.

But the Trump-Hollywood mashup is also an indictment of what Trump stands for: Himself. He doesn’t give a damn about anything other than trying to remain relevant and out of prison, even if that means burning down the American republic.


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Jamie Raskin Hilariously Trolls Republicans As ‘Flying Monkeys On A Mission For The Wicked Witch’

With a government shutdown now just 48 hours away, Republicans in the House of Representatives decided today would be the perfect time to being their sham impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden, even though their own witnesses admit there isn’t enough evidence to impeach Biden.

As the inquiry was beginning this morning, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), who just so happens to be a a former constitutional law professor, let the GOP have it, verbally lashing them and branding them as little more than enablers for ex-president Donald Trump, noting:

“Like flying monkeys on a mission for the Wicked Witch of the West, Trump’s followers in the House now carry his messages out to the world: shut down the government, shutdown the prosecutions. But the cultmaster has another command for his followers, which brings us here today.”

The Maryland Democrat was only getting warmed up, and he let the nation know exactly what his Republican counterparts are really all about.

“So let’s get it straight. We’re 62 hours away from shutting down the government of the United States of America. And Republicans are launching an impeachment drive based on a long debunked and discredited lie. No foreign enemy’s ever been able to shut down the government of the United States but now MAGA Republicans are about to do just that. But they don’t want to cut off public services to people and tonight, paychecks to more than a million service members, without first launching impeachment drive, even when they don’t have a shred of evidence against President Biden for an impeachable offense.”

Need proof? Raskin asked. Just consider the words of the few rational members of the GOP have been saying about the impeachment inquiry over the past week or so.

“Here’s what some Republicans have had to say over the last week about the actions of the Republicans, as they watch up close ‘the dysfunction caucus at work,’ in the words of our GOP colleague from Nebraska, Don Bacon, ‘clown show,’ ‘foolishness,’ ‘terribly misguided,’ ‘stupidity,’ ‘failure to lead,’ ‘lunatics,’ ‘disgraceful,’ .new low,’ ‘pathetic,’ ‘enabling Chairman Xi,’ ‘people that have serious issues,’ ‘those folks don’t have a plan,’ ‘show just how broken they are, and ‘individuals that just want to burn the whole place down.'”

Raskin concluded his comments with a flourish.

“So we move from a Trump-ordered government shutdown to a Trump-ordered impeachment process, and yet back into reality-based world the majority sits completely empty-handed with no evidence of any presidential wrongdoing. No smoking gun, no gun, no smoke. In fact, we have had to slide awkwardly into a House impeachment process without the benefit of the floor vote that Speaker McCarthy insisted was absolutely imperative and necessary when Donald Trump was impeached.”


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Republicans In Full Meltdown Mode After Democrats Call For Testimony From Rudy Giuliani

Day 1 of the GOP impeachment inquiry aimed at President Joe Biden devolved into panic and shouting when Democrats at the hearing demanded that Rudy Giuliani be subpoenaed for his role in seeking dirt on the Biden family while visiting Ukraine during the 2020 election.

Rep. Kweisi Mfume (D-MD) made the motion to issue a subpoena for Giuliani, leading Republicans to suggest the motion be tabled. However, a lack of available GOP caucus members was in the room for that to happen.

As Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) tried to call a formal vote and possibly defeat Mfume’s motion, video showed Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) pacing back and forth and giving orders to staffers who quickly left the room.

Minutes later, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-NC) entered the hearing and declared Giuliani “doesn’t have a lot to do with this.” Republicans then managed to secure enough votes to allow for tabling of the motion for a Giuliani subpoena.

That led Mfume to note:

“I do reclaim my time and I asked my question where in the world is Rudy Giuliani? And that is how we got here, ladies and gentlemen. This committee is afraid to bring him before us and put him on the record. Shame. The question was raised, what does this have to do with it? It has everything to do with it. And [witness University of North Carolina law] Professor [Michael Gerhardt], in your testimony you said, in every impeachment inquiry beforehand, the House has identified some credible evidence of wrongdoing committed by the targeted president, is that correct?”

Gerhardt: “Yes, sir.”

Mfume added, “Would you say House Republicans have made an unprecedented overreach of congressional power?” 

To that, Gerhardt responded, “It strikes me that it is.”

Here’s video from the shit show the GOP is calling an inquiry:


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AOC Claps Back HARD After Elon Musk Says She ‘Isn’t That Smart’

Twitter CEO Elon Musk found out the hard way that if you’re going to attack New York Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, you’d better bring more than some pathetic snarky putdown or else be prepared to suffer the consequences.

It seems that Musk saw a video from AOC in which she noted the stark difference in the number of immigrants being allowed into the United States these days versus the much reduced number of immigrants currently being accepted as potential citizens.

Ashely St. Clair of the right-wing Babylon Bee lamely called Ocasio-Cortez out.

That led Musk to join the debate, completely uninvited.

Not that smart? That’s laughable coming from a man who purchased Twitter for $44 billion and has almost driven it into the ground, watching the social media platform lose two-thirds of its total value in just a year’s time.

The Guardian reports:

Fidelity, an asset manager that held a stake in Twitter worth about $20m after Musk acquired the business for $44bn, said in a corporate filing that its stake was now worth just under $6.6m. That would value the overall company, now officially called X Holdings Corp after Musk’s early venture, at just $14.75bn.

Ocasio-Cortez was only too happy to fire back at Musk.

When Musk attempted a retort, his response fell far short, much like his failing career in the business world.

Sorry, Elon, but no one is impressed by your massive failures. In fact, we kind of wish you’d buy a deserted island, move there, and never return.

Oh, and don’t take a cell phone or computer with you when you leave. No one wants to read your juvenile rantings.


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WATCH A Reporter Shred A House Republican’s So-Called ‘Evidence’ Against Joe Biden

Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO), chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, got fact-checked on live TV during a press conference by an NBC reporter, and video of the exchange has gone viral on social media.

Presenting what he claimed was “evidence” of illegal activity by President Joe Biden, Smith began making all sorts of wild allegations, HuffPost reports.

“Smith … claimed the committee had “over 700 pages of examples where people should be very concerned.”

But NBC reporter Ryan Nobles was having none of the dog and pony show Smith was leading, and he immediately began peppering Smith with facts and questions that severely undercut the congressman’s claims.

The reporter wondered about the relevance of a WhatsApp message Hunter Biden allegedly sent in 2017, when Donald Trump was the U.S. president and Joe Biden hadn’t yet announced his 2020 presidential run.

“If he’s not the president or the vice president at that time, where’s the wrongdoing? He wasn’t even a candidate for president at that time,” Nobles asked.

Smith tried to counter: “He was a candidate.”

Actually, Biden didn’t announce his candidacy until 2019, which makes Smith a liar.

Rather than admit his mistake, Smith inquired of Nobles, “What source are you with?”

NBC, Nobles replied, to which Smith whined, “So, apparently you’ll never believe us.”

Nobles retorted:

“You presented a piece of evidence that you say came on August 6th, 2017, that demonstrates that Joe Biden was using political influence to help his son. But he wasn’t a political figure at that time. The first WhatsApp message you put up — how does that demonstrate that there was some sort of political influence being put over him if, at that time, he is not a political, not an elected official?”

Getting more exasperated by the second, Smith told Nobles he wasn’t about to “pinpoint one item.” But as Nobles reminded him, “You presented it! It was [the] first thing that you brought up.”

Perhaps sensing that he was only making matters worse, Smith turned away from Nobles and told the other reporters, “I’ll take the next question.”

The so-called “impeachment inquiry” being conducted by House Republicans is nothing more than an attempt to distract from the fact that their leading presidential candidate, Donald Trump, stands accused of 91 criminal counts in four separate jurisdictions. And their actions are backfiring on them in humiliating fashion.