And On The 7th Day, He built A Golf Course

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7 Responses to And On The 7th Day, He built A Golf Course

  1. Chris Peterson says:

    Today, in response to Andy McCabe’s firing, ex-CIA chief Brennan said, “When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history. You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America…America will triumph over you.”
    Declaring war on the people who can find secrets you didn’t even know you had, by the person with more secrets than anyone in Washington?

    Brilliant move, assbag.

  2. Don Bessee says:

    Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul on Sunday blasted former CIA Director John Brennan for suggesting that President Trump will be remembered as a “disgraced demagogue,” saying that Brennan spying on Americans while running the agency was disgraceful.
    “This man had the power to search every American’s records without a warrant,” Paul tweeted Sunday. “What’s disgraceful is attacking the Bill of Rights and the freedom of every American.”

    Just sayin’ 😉

    • Chris Peterson says:

      Fair ‘nough. But my point wasn’t to defend the words, or past actions, of Brennan; it was an attempt to show the idiocy of a person who has a secret hidden under every rock to declare war on the excavators.
      Notwithstanding Sen. Paul’s “Benghazi moment” in an attempt to discredit Brennan, (knowing that anyone in Washington can point the finger at anyone else and say, “Look what he used to do/or said”), the mere fact that Trump has been sued 4,000 times shows me that his mouth is more connected to his ego and his money than his brain, and this ain’t no unpaid contractor he’s dealing with..

  3. Michael Anderson says:

    The Donald just canned McMaster and installed Nutjob Bolton as his National Security Advisor.

    I’m heading to my bunker now, I’ll check back with you good folks after WWIII is over. Cheers!

  4. When candidate Trump was being briefed on our nuclear capabilities, he reportedly asked more than once why we don’t use the weapons. Now that he has John “Bombs Away” Bolton whispering in his ear, he just may use them.

    I’d like to believe that Trump is smart enough to bring Bolton onboard so he can bluff North Korea into giving up its nuclear weapons, but Trump isn’t that smart. I’m just glad I don’t live on the Korean Peninsula.

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