NYTimes Reads MPS’ Comments?

D’vorce D’Spousa dancing with his first wife… while on leave from the prison, before leaving her (and his first mistress) for his second wife.

About those pardons, as the Scissorheads noted yesterday in the comments, the pardons are (probably/certainly/definitely) obvious telegraphed messages to Comrade Trump’s gang that cannot shoot straight colleagues already caught up in the Little Kremlin-on-the-Potomac probe: (Say it in your best Mob voice) “I will set you at ease.”

The NYTimes agrees with the Scissorheads (as well they should!):

“All three have connections, if sometimes distant, to Mr. Trump, either through political allies or his time in the private sector. Senator Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican who greeted Mr. Trump as he arrived for a visit to Houston on Thursday, pushed for the pardon for [Dinesh] D’Souza. [Rod] Blagojevich appeared on ‘Celebrity Apprentice,’ Mr. Trump’s reality show, and [Martha] Stewart hosted an ‘Apprentice’ spinoff show. Moreover, all three of the cases were tied to prosecutors who have become nemeses of the president.

“Mr. D’Souza was prosecuted by Preet Bharara, the United States attorney in New York who was fired by Mr. Trump last year and has been one of his fiercest critics. Ms. Stewart was prosecuted by James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director who was fired by Mr. Trump last year and has engaged in a running war of words ever since. As for Mr. Blagojevich, he was prosecuted by Patrick J. Fitzgerald, a close friend and colleague of Mr. Comey. Mr. Trump previously pardoned I. Lewis Libby Jr., a top aide to former Vice President Dick Cheney, who was also prosecuted by Mr. Fitzgerald.”

And just as a side note, for shits and giggles, D’vorce D’spousa—documentarian fabulist, convicted election fraud felon (pardoned), fired Y’all Qaeda business school dean, serial adulterer, and would-be bigamist and self-proclaimed political prisoner of the Kenyan Usurper—took a moment from his busy day of straw-manning:

D’Vorce – Just a reminder to you: Karma is an unlimited buffet line, and you will find yourself going back for seconds.

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10 Responses to NYTimes Reads MPS’ Comments?

  1. donnah says:

    Dinesh is a shitty little man. Any references to Karma or any other spiritual words should taste like ashes in his mealy mouth.

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  2. roket says:

    I see D’vorce D’spousa has his dignitude back. Stay classy my friend.

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  3. Ten Bears says:

    Doesn’t look like he’s from around here.

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  4. RWW says:

    And what service will be required of D’vorce D’Spousa to repay Comrade Stupid’s generosity? It’s not like he has any talent, honor or anything of importance to give. Leave it to Trump to find something that will degrade even the lowest of lowlife.

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  5. Steve-O says:

    Even with your Predisential Pardon, you will always been an admitted convicted felon, D’ouche.

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  6. Buttemilk Sky says:

    I can’t believe he played the Indian card. Yes, I can.

    So, is the Republiklan officially not the “law & order” party anymore?

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    • Bruce388 says:

      Nixon interfered with South Vietnam in 1968, Ford pardoned Nixon, Reagan interfered with the Iranian hostage situation, then sold them missiles, then used that money to aid the Contras, Poppy pardoned Casper Weinberger and others on his way out the door, Dubya lied us into Iraq, and now Trump.

      Goopers lost that “Law and Order” moniker some time ago.

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  7. 9thousandfeet says:

    Bringing Karma into it is some serious clutching at straws TG, especially when you bend it out of all recognition in trying to cheer us all up.

    It’s true of course that it’s an “unlimited buffet line”, but that’s not good news since the whole idea of karma is that it spans all lifetimes and incarnations.
    So it’s just as possible that we’re watching the slow-motion and ultimate destruction of everything we value as the repayment of karmic debt from our own transgressions. Maybe we were all on the wrong side of things back during the Spanish Inquisition or something.

    I mean, nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.
    Right?

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