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Don Jr. Gets Squashed Flat When His Attempt To Troll Hillary Clinton Backfires On Him

Like his father, Donald Trump Jr. is an arrogant shit-heel who loves to try and troll people online, even though he’s not even marginally good at it and almost always winds up owning himself with his pedestrian postings.

For example, Junior decided he’d attack Hillary Clinton for her online announcement that she’s going to be teaching a Masterclass:

That led Don Jr. to respond in typical fashion, even though he’s never accomplished anything in his life other than sucking up to his old man and cheating on the wife of his children:

He’s bringing up Jeffrey Epstein when his own father was president and his handpicked toady, William Barr, was head of the DOJ, which ran the federal prison Epstein allegedly “killed himself” at?

Also, let’s not forget that Donald Trump was good friends with Epstein and was even accused of raping a 13-year-old girl with the late financier/sexual predator.

It didn’t take long before Junior got smacked down by internet karma:

Hey, Junior: Is your Masterclass going to be on cutting lines perfectly and rolling hundred dollar bills tightly but not too tightly?

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Redistricting In California May Cost Devin Nunes His Congressional Seat


While Democratic challengers have been trying (and failing) for years to defeat Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), redistricting could well send Nunes into early retirement as soon as the 2022 midterm elections.

The Fresno Bee reports that the California redistricting commission has just unveiled a map which would put Nunes in a new district which went heavily for President Joe Biden in 2020:

An editor for The Cook Political Report, which tracks elections, wrote on Twitter that Nunes’ district would turn from having voted for former President Donald Trump in 2020 by five percentage points to one that backed President Joe Biden by nine.


While the maps could be changed as a result of constituent feedback, the redistricting commission has the final say in the matter.

There are few members of Congress from the Golden State who are more despised than Nunes, a loyal supporter of Trump who even went on what later became known as “Devin’s midnight run,” a late night meeting at the White House in 2017 where he was given access to a confidential source and shared classified intelligence with Trump.

The head of the House Intelligence Committee secretly went to the White House grounds to meet with a source, before he surprised his colleagues by briefing the president — and the press — on information they hadn’t seen.

In other words, Nunes broke with protocol in an attempt to curry favor with Trump and short-circuit the investigation of possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russian officials, meaning he directly helped benefit the Russians as they sought to hide their connections to Trump.

Under the proposed redistricting plan, the city of Fresno would be split three ways, with Nunes getting a slice of the city but seeing his new district turn considerably bluer than it is now, which could be the end of his political career.

About the only option Nunes would have is to run in a more Republican district, though those are few and far between in California as Dave Wasserman of the Cook Political Report noted:

Nunes has represented the 22nd congressional district since 2013.

As of today, Nunes is already facing four Democratic challengers in next year’s election, and if redistricting makes the 22nd even more Democratic, Nunes appears headed for an almost certain loss.


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Lauren Boebert Tries To Troll Greta Thunberg But Only Succeeds In Owning Herself

Much like her political idol, failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) loves to try and use social media for the purposes of trolling those she disagrees with.

The problem, however, is that Boebert is so dense that most of the time all she accomplishes is owning herself in the most humiliating ways imaginable.

And that’s most certainly the case with a tweet Boebert sent out in reaction to remarks made by climate change activist Greta Thunberg, according to HuffPost:

Conspiracy theory-endorsing Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) faced mockery on Monday after she attacked climate activist Greta Thunberg’s “no more blah blah blah” comments at the United Nations COP26 conference in Glasgow, Scotland.

Outside the summit, Thunberg called out world leaders for being all talk and too little action on addressing global warming. “No more blah blah blah,” she said. “No more whatever the fuck they’re doing inside there.”

That led Boebert to provide her own snarky take on the well-known “tell me without telling me” meme that’s become a staple online:

Here’s the thing Boebert completely neglected to realize: She’s making fun of an 18-year-old girl who is genuinely trying to make the world a better place. Thunberg has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and will likely win that honor before she reaches the age of 21, which is virtually unheard of.

Lauren Boebert, on the other hand, is a loudmouth and a boor who barely managed to earn a high school diploma and seems to get dumber with each every word she speaks or tweets, suggesting on Monday that she would like to use explosives in order to blow up metal detectors at the U.S. Capitol.

It didn’t take long before Boebert got exactly what she deserved: A thorough verbal drubbing on Twitter:

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Roger Stone’s Radio Interview Goes Haywire When He’s Served With A Lawsuit For His Role In The Jan. 6 Riots

Roger Stone got a pardon from failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump after he was convicted on charges of witness tampering and lying to Congress, but he’s in legal trouble yet again, getting handed a lawsuit by a process server Wednesday while he was in the middle of a radio interview.

Audio of the process server giving Stone the bad news was posted on Twitter by former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski and has quickly gone viral:

“While Roger Stone was live on the air this morning with ‘Real Talk 93.3’ (St Louis) doing an interview about the 2024 election, he gets served by a process server with the January 6 lawsuit.”

Stone had just started to explain to the interviewer why he thinks it’s so important for Trump to run again when he announced:

“Hold on a second, I have a process server at my front door about to serve me in the latest lawsuit.”

The papers, Stone said, were related to a civil lawsuit in the District of Columbia:

“Alright, I have just been served in the January 6th lawsuit — live, right here on your radio show. This is a big, big stack of papers, which is good, because we’re out of toilet paper.”

Cheering quickly began on social media after Stone revealed he was headed to court yet again:

Karma is a son of a bitch, ain’t it, Roger?


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Court Loss For Donald Trump Jr. Could Wind Up Costing Him Millions Of Dollars

Donald Trump Jr. loves to run his mouth and toss around insults aimed at others. But a slur he used against a West Virginia Senate candidate is now one step closer to costing him a lot of money.

Remember the name Don Blankenship? He’s the former head of Massey Energy, which owns and operates coal mines in the Mountain State. He ran for the Republican nomination to be a U.S. Senator from West Virginia and had previously been convicted of conspiring to violate safety standards at the Upper Big Branch mine, which is a misdemeanor.

When someone mentioned on Twitter that Blankenship would face a tough race against incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, Junior replied:

“He’s probably never run against a felon.”

Even though Don Jr. later deleted the tweet, the damage had been done, and Blankenship filed a lawsuit for defamation. Why? Because he’s not a felon. He was convicted of a misdemeanor. Granted, that’s slicing it thin, but the suit was filed.


Since then, attorneys for Don Jr. have been trying to have the defamation suit dismissed, but a judge ruled recently that the suit will move forward, according to Jan Wolfe of Reuters:

The defamation suit is still active and will proceed, according to the judge. That’s bad news for Junior because he could be facing a considerable financial judgment if he’s found guilty of having defamed Blankenship.

Of course, Junior and other members of his family are also facing criminal charges for their allegedly illegal actions regarding the Trump Organization, including possibly being indicted for tax fraud and other financial crimes.

It was a bad day for Donald Trump Jr. And it appears he’s facing many more bad days in the months ahead.