“The media and Democrats are so close in association and so close in their philosophical views that we might as well use one word to describe both, and that’s ‘Mediacrats,'” said Texas Rep. Lamar Smith, founder of the House Media Fairness Caucus.
Works for me.
So says a Hawaii federal judge in a stunning put-down of President Trump’s second temporary ban—our robed rulers have spoken. Not even a president can gainsay them.
“The hold is aimed at the March 6 Executive Order 13780 which carefully cited legal and constitutional, plus national security reasons, for its temporary stop to the inflow of refugees from six conflict-prone Muslim countries, pending the development of new screening procedure to exclude migrants who may subsequently attack Americans.”
Trump should stop tip-toeing around the issue and ban all refugees henceforth.
While the “deep state” continues to undermine Trump at every opportunity, the business community is enthusiastic about his presidency. After all, he’s the jobs president — versus Barry’s legacy as the food stamps and welfare president.
“I still think it’s stunning how survivable Trump is going to be amidst the flack and drubbing he gets. Trump is military academy man. Construction boss man. Scrap with the NY Press man. Reality TV man. Divorce man. Billionaire man.
“I still think he’s the walking personification of fuck you money, that thing that so many Americans wish they had.”
What the NYTimes reported existing on Jan. 20, it now reports never existed—weird, huh? (Photo via Arthur Schwartz on Twitter.)
The former executive editor of the Jerusalem Post, Brett Stephens, has long been anti-Trump, but this is unforgivable:
“When will Republicans acknowledge that the President of the United States is mentally ill?”
As David Paul retweets: “Bret is the face of the self-immolating establishment.”