Happy Flynn Flip Friday!

It’s my birthday today, but nobody cares, including me. My birthday is being completely overshadowed by Flynn Flip Friday which is fine by me. I wasn’t surprised or even upset that the first (and maybe last) annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony on my birthday eve under Trump literally drew tens of people to it …

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Oil’s Bad That Ends Bad

One year ago, after a long & divisive presidential campaign, there was still one thing that united Democrats and Republicans … universal loathing of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Ruining the environment and desecrating sacred Native American lands had struck a bipartisan chord across the USA. We all opposed big oil sticking their pipeline where it didn’t belong, regardless of whether you listened to NPR or InfoWars.

Allow me to take you back one year ago …

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The Flynn Flam Man

“Yeah, so a couple things, the very last thing that John Podesta just said is no individual too big to jail, that should include people like Hillary Clinton. I mean, five people around her have had, have been given immunity, to include her former Chief of Staff. When you are given immunity, that means that you have probably committed a crime.” – General Mike Flynn on Meet The Press, September 25, 2016.

On March 30, 2017, the now disgraced former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn requested immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony to the FBI and Congress.

Trump supporters can come to only one conclusion …

Hillary should be in jail for her emails!

Trumpnado

I saw this list of guest celebrity cameos in “Sharknado, The Fourth Awakens.”

  • Gary Busey
  • Tommy Davidson (“In Living Color”)
  • T’Keyah Crystal Keymah (“In Living Color”)
  • Imani Hakim (“Everybody Hates Chris”)
  • Masiela Lusha (“George Lopez”)
  • Cynthia Bailey (“Real Housewives of Atlanta”)
  • Erika Girardi (“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”)
  • Robert Herjavec (“Shark Tank”)
  • Lori Greiner “(Shark Tank”)
  • Kym Johnson (“Dancing With the Stars”)
  • Carrie Keagan (TV host)
  • Gena Lee Nolin (“Baywatch”)
  • Alexandra Paul (“Baywatch”)
  • Benjy Bronk (“The Howard Stern Show”)
  • Duane Chapman (“Dog the Bounty Hunter”)
  • Stacey Dash (“Clueless”)
  • David Faustino (“Married With Children”)
  • Frank Mir (MMA fighter)
  • Roy Nelson (MMA fighter)
  • Seth Rollins (WWE star)
  • Vince Neil (Motley Crue)
  • Wayne Newton
  • Todd Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
  • Savannah Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
  • Grayson Chrisley (Chrisley Knows Best”)
  • Dr. Drew Pinsky (“Loveline” host)
  • Patti Stanger (“Millionaire Matchmaker”)
  • Corey Taylor (Slipknot)
  • Andre “Black Nerd” Meadows (YouTube star)
  • DeStorm Power (YouTube star)
  • iJustine (YouTube star)
  • Paul Shaffer (“The Late Show”)
  • Carrot Top (comedian)
  • Chippendales dancers
  • Dolvett Quince (“The Biggest Loser”)
  • Gilbert Gottfried (comedian)
  • Hayley Hasselhoff (“Fearless”)
  • Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff (“Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills)
  • Stassi Schroeder (“Vanderpump Rules”)
  • Jax Taylor (“Vanderpump Rules”)
  • Steve Guttenberg (“Police Academy”)
  • Al Roker (“Today Show”)
  • Natalie Morales (“Today Show”)
  • Jedward (music group)
  • Jay DeMarcus (Rascal Flatts)

Before I knew the list was from the latest Sharknado movie, I thought it may have been a list of the speakers from the Republican National Convention.

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Trump rescues bloggers, but at what cost?

The Democratic National Convention got off to a rocky start as Bernie Sanders believers appeared ready to take the Jonestown route rather than endorse Hillary Clinton. But the Democratic convention soon settled into thoughtful, rational, stirring speeches presented by prestigious politicians, everyday people, and A-list celebrities not named Scott Baio. What is a political blogger to write about?

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Upstaging the Elephants

The time is nigh for the Democrats to show that a national nominating convention can be substantive and offer clear plans for the country, and not be a thinly-disguised WWE backstory of the feud between Terrible Trump and Killer Cruz. But I think if the Dems want to try and sway some on-the-fence Trump backers to vote Democratic, here are some suggestions to add a little pizzazz to their convention.

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Benghazi Hearings Infuriate Jim Webb

The House Benghazi committee hearings with Hillary Clinton are infuriating former Democratic presidential candidate Jim Webb. Webb was angered at receiving about 50% of the speaking time Hillary Clinton enjoyed during the first Democratic debate, prompting him to quit the Democratic primary race and ponder a run as an Independent. “It’s just not fair. If Hillary gets questioned about Benghazi, then I want my chance and equal time to be questioned about Benghazi,” ranted Webb.

First Democratic Debate Rocks Polls

In the wake of the first debate between the Democratic primary candidates, the polls reflect some significant changes and a new contender. Not too much changed at the top as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders still lead the polls. Clinton polls extremely well with those wearing pants suits, getting approval from over 95% of that demographic. Sanders earned high marks from the “no original teeth” demographic, especially in the Northern states. Those in that demographic polled did complain that the debate was on too late, it conflicted with Matlock reruns, and the mashed potatoes at dinner were too lumpy. Sanders did not do so well in the “no original teeth” demographic in the South where that demographic cuts across all age groups.

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Trump Miffed By Democratic Debate Snub

Donald Trump is making headlines again as he is reportedly upset about being left out of the first Democratic presidential debate. Trump blasted the Democrat’s decision to exclude him saying, “I was a registered Democrat for years and am a front-runner for President. I belong on that stage to take on Hillary, the old guy and the rest of the losers. Nobody can beat me this election. Nobody can beat me except me. I want the opportunity to beat myself.” I think most of America does.

Democrats Establish Ground Rules for First Presidential Debate

In an attempt to avoid the circus-like atmosphere at the Republican debates, the Democrats have established some ground rules for the first upcoming CNN debate between the Democratic candidates. Of the five Democratic candidates that have been invited to the debate, only two will be allowed to speak, poll leaders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. A spokesperson for the Democratic National Committee explained, “We want the leading candidates to be able to freely exchange ideas. We want the other candidates that are wasting their time and money not to waste ours and just butt out. But you know us liberals, we want to appear fair to everyone.” Continue reading