Dancing Monkeys (Part Infinity)

The Death of the Media

Stable Jenius

Our Very Stable Jenius, Lord Damp Nut’s Serious, New Tone pivot to be prznintal is over:

DANCE, PRESS MONKEYS, DANCE!

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29 Responses to Dancing Monkeys (Part Infinity)

  1. Redhand says:

    This asshole is actually saying this stuff today? UNbelievable.

    “There’s a study out that people with lupus aren’t catching this horrible virus … maybe that’s correct, maybe that’s false. You’re gonna have to check it out.”

    “We are a backup.”

    I just can’t get over this moron talking about experimental drugs.

    Fuck this clown.

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  2. R White says:

    As always, Driftglass has detailed three laws that sum up the worthlessness of the beltway media:

    New Tone’s First Law states that while Donald Trump is clearly a lying sociopathic threat to the nation, the media will collectively agree to ignore it as best it can and hope for the best.

    New Tone’s Second Law states that, when overwhelmed by events he cannot immediately lie his way out of, Donald Trump will grudgingly become slightly less vulgar and will sniffle and stumble slowly through remarks prepared by other people. The media will then hailed this development as Trump finally “becoming the president”.

    New Tone’s Third Law states that every time events force Donald Trump to become momentarily less of a lying assbag, he will almost immediately explode with an over-the-top-loathsome opposite reaction. To which the media will react with surprise, as if no one could possibly have seen that coming.

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  3. Ralph Wiggam says:

    in ten-15 days we will experience 2000 deaths per day. I dare him to talk about reopening the country when 2000 people are dying every day.

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    • ali redford says:

      Oh, I think he will. I don’t think there’s a thing bad enough that he can be empathetic with other human beings. Maybe I shouldn’t even include him in our species, but I’m not sure what else to say he could be.

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      • Redhand says:

        I don’t think there’s a thing bad enough that he can be empathetic with other human beings.

        It’ll be “I give myself a 10.”

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    • paul fredine says:

      why not? there’ll be so much more room and the ‘grand re-opening’ party/sale will be like ‘something the world has never seen’.

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  4. donnah says:

    I just watched the Saturday briefing. Yes, I know. So anyway, Trump was completely out of his fucking mind. More than usual, more than ever. He went on his favorite bit about getting everyone back to work as soon as possible, in spite of the predicted increase in deaths. He went on and on about the drugs, unproven and insufficiently tested, stating flat out that they need to be used because what do these people have to lose? He went on an absolute tirade against the firing of the AG who opened the impeachment process, and saying “someone should sue his ass”.

    And then, what I found even more disturbing than all of that, he kept saying weird stuff about the ventilators. He repeated that we don’t want to talk about what happens when you go on a ventilator, how terrible it is when you end up on a ventilator, implying that boom, once you’re on one, you’re already doomed. It was sick and it made my skin crawl.

    He needs to be locked away. It terrifies and infuriates me that no one will do it.

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    • Mary Ellen Sandahl says:

      The Constitutional remedy can’t work because he’s stuffed his cabinet full of enablers who seem to be terrified by him or who want to cling to him like remoras to a bloated shark. Ditto for the Senatorial enablers, particularly, of coiurse, McConnell who is living out his own idiosyncratic version of Serial-Killer-Fascist-Super-Villain stardom.

      The Dems in the House are shaping what is becoming sort of a shadow cabinet, but AFAIK they have no legal way, by themselves, to remove him from office. It would take some combo of drastic developments on a national scale and an assumption of questionably legal emergency powers.

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    • paul fredine says:

      i saw it mentioned he ‘smiled’. that must have been like pennywise looking out of the sewer, but with less warmth.

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  5. FelineMama says:

    “Death of the Stable Jenius” Sounds better.

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  6. julesmomcat says:

    CORVID-19, WHY have you not visited the Oval Office??? You are SO NEEDED, there!

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  7. roket says:

    What could possibly go wrong using Trump/Kushner Business Math when determining who gets how many ventilators and when?

    These $1200 guillotines? Do they come pre-assembled? And while we’re on the subject, are the rich considered red meat or white meat? Asking for a wine-drinking friend of mine.

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  8. Redhand says:

    he kept saying weird stuff about the ventilators. He repeated that we don’t want to talk about what happens when you go on a ventilator, how terrible it is when you end up on a ventilator, implying that boom, once you’re on one, you’re already doomed. It was sick and it made my skin crawl.

    Somewhere in the recesses of his diseased mind he knows the lack of them (due to his gross nonfeasance) is hurting his ratings, so he’s going on some weird-ass anthropomorphic tirade against them. The next thing you know, he’ll be calling them “evil” and “very bad for our country, very bad for our people!” This is the sort of social primitive that he is.

    I just wish he would effing die. I can’t think of any other individual in the USA I loathe more than him. Nobody. Just hearing him speak, on anything, for more than a few moments makes my flesh crawl.

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    • tengrain says:

      I saw some discussion elsewhere that every foul dictator in the world had at least one redeeming quality, but no one could figure out what redeeming quality Lord Damp Nut had. Not. One. Quality.

      Jeebus, even Mussolini made the trains run on time.

      Rgds,

      TG

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      • donnah says:

        Ya know, I’ve said this for a long time. Trump is somehow sub-human in that respect. He doesn’t like dogs and dogs don’t like him. He doesn’t like children or decent food or touching other people. His own wife recoils from his touch. He can’t or won’t read, he has no sense of compassion or empathy. All of these voids in his character are filled with dishonesty, meanness, cruelty, distrust of everyone else, and narcissism.

        As president, he has no remarkable positive achievements, not one. People who have been given awards by him don’t deserve them and actually tarnish the value of the award. He hasn’t established any programs to help anyone and instead he’s trashed the ones that did.

        He can’t muster a genuine smile or laugh. He never seems sincere. His “friends” are all shallow business tycoons with equally shady character.

        He’s a hollow, mean, selfish creature. With no redeeming qualities or achievements.

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      • Redhand says:

        @Donnah

        All of these voids in his character are filled with dishonesty, meanness, cruelty, distrust of everyone else, and narcissism.

        To these qualities, one can expand by mentioning his virulent and vindictive racism, obvious and open misogyny, genuinely gross sexual immorality and perversion — banging pornstars, bunnies and underage girls procured through the late Mr. Epstein (IMO), admitted molestation of women because he’s “a star,” — anti-LGBT policies, clear sadism (viz. kids in cages) and hideous, compulsive lying. His hypocrisy in all things is of epic proportions. It goes without saying that he has no respect for the law or common decency because he doesn’t understand either.

        I don’t think these qualities make him “sub-human.” We are a flawed species, capable of producing monsters. He really is like some of the worst Roman emperors, Nero, Caligula, Commodus, Elagabalus, and Caracalla, among others.

        His only saving grace (for us) is his colossal stupidity. Without it, we would be in an even worse situation.

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      • MDavis says:

        I was interpreting “sub-human” and a really bad human, maybe one we’d rather keep in the basement so as not to admit we’re related to the foul beastie.

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  9. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    “I had an expression: The cure cannot be worse than the problem itself.”

    He knows, deep down, that the cure involves removing him from office.

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  10. buckobear says:

    … and yet, no one has had the courage to ask him: “why are you such a lyin’ dick?”

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  11. Bruce388 says:

    Lord Dampnut comforts himself with the knowledge that he’s Number One on Facebook. How reassuring that he doesn’t let the worst crisis in over 100 years distract him from what’s really important.

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  12. MDavis says:

    Charlie X was a hero compared to LDN. Also Charlie X had handlers who could actually rein him in when he got too out of hand.

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