Petunia and Pals Wins the Morning!

Trump TeeVee!

Hey guys, remember the other day when expert-level grammarian Comrade ‘Eats, Shoots, and Leaves’ Trump excused himself because he tried to avoid a double-negative (or was it a positive?!) when he meant to say wouldn’t when he said would about Russians meddling in US elections at his disastrous press conference in the Hellmouth in Helsinki? And he added that of course he believes our Intelligence Communities assessments?

Just kidding! Such a kidder, that one!

He’s turned around and is walking it back AGAIN:

But what really makes it art? The tweet that led this whole tirade off:

Yup, Comrade Stupid was watching Petunia and Pals, again, with Judicial Watch’s own Tom Fitton.

Anyway, Judicial Watch was founded by noted birther Larry Klayman. You might recall Klayman from such hits as:

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9 Responses to Petunia and Pals Wins the Morning!

  1. osirisopto says:

    OK. Presidenting is done for the day.
    On to golf.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. E.A. Blair says:

    “…he tried to avoid a double-negative (or was it a positive?!)…”

    That reminds me of a story from my college days:

    A professor was lecturing his linguistics class on the topic of affirmation and negation. He said, “In some languages, a double negative is interpreted as a positive, which is the case in modern English. In other languages, a double negative reinforces the negation in the statement, which is what happened in Old English. There has never been a case, though, where a language interprets a double positive as a negative.”

    That’s when some smartass in the back of the class said, “Yeah, right!”

    Yes, I majored in linguistics.

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  3. roket says:

    Um, FAUX News is Comrade Stupid’s Intelligence Community.


  4. RWW says:

    The documents actually prove that Carter Page was under FBI scrutiny before he was a Trump
    advisor and even before there was a Trump campaign. We also know that the FBI didn’t open a counter-intelligence investigation into the Trump campaign until after George P. began shooting his mouth off about Russian active measures during his drunken exchange with the Australian ambassador. The dossier was unknown to the FBI until after all of the above had transpired. In addition, at some point well before the dossier even became known to the public, the FBI warned Trump and his campaign officials about Russian active measures.


    • MDavis says:

      Like he actually cares about any of that.
      My twit-worm from this twit-fest is the throwaway about “misconduct by the FBI” which has a basis in fact in that the NY office was apparently feeding information to Rudy (illegally) which he gleefully hinted at in interviews and which is rumored to have driven Comey’s error in publicizing the Weiner laptop before they got to spin the story…
      Misconduct by the FBI doesn’t mean what Trump thinks it does, but there is a there there.
      It is probably a good idea to line up the refutations now so as to save time later. Is there a data base somewhere, like that old joke about jail jokes?
      And since we’re telling jokes:

      Guy gets sent to jail. When he sits down in the commons room someone shouts out “three” and everyone erupts in laughter. Someone else shouts “twenty-nine!” and everyone laughs again.
      “What is going on?” he asks the guy sitting next to him. “Since when are numbers funny?”
      The guy replies “everyone has heard all the jokes so many times that we assigned them numbers. It saves time and you don’t have to remember the punch line.”
      “Oh, let me try … Twelve!” There are groans all around. “What the heck? What happened?” he asks his new friend.
      “You know how it is” he says. “Some people just can’t tell a joke.”


  5. Osirisopto says:

    Since there was NO COLLUSSION!!!! WTF were all the trump campaign, staff and family doing meeting with all those Russians time and time and time and time again? Playing pinochle?


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