Bob and Chez Show

The Bob & Chez Show Presented By 10/18/16

Bob and Chez
Written by Bob and Chez

RELM_buttonCornucopia of Horrors: The latest polls show a dead-heat in Alaska; Millennials lined up for Hillary; James O'Keefe is back and just as ludicrous as ever; Whiny Trump keeps complaining about how the system is rigged for wealthy white celebrities; Trump says voter fraud is very common; Trump vs CNN; Melania says Trump is like a little boy; Trump supporter says Hillary should be taken out; Pepe the Frog; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, Harry's Razors, the Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.


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  • “Patriot”
    “Allah’s Heroic Martyr”
    Not a dime’s worth of difference

  • <—<< Deranged

    Haven’t had a chance to listen to the show yet, but thought I’d share this – others will find it interesting (if you follow the political stuff)

    Remember the group they tried to push on us called “No Labels” ? group meant to push centrist views and bring left and right together? Republican strategist Matt Lewis was one of the leaders of that group.

    and yet.. looky here.. look who he is sitting with, and who is taking a pic of them at the table, which means he (Joe Scarborough) was there too.

    See the fringe nut on the right? That is Alex Jones, the guy who is pumping Trump full of conspiracy theories that Trump is actually using on his campaign trail. And who is that across from Alex Jones?

  • muselet

    Don’t get happy! I’m not, but you have to admit the polls look six kinds of awesome right now (subtle emphasis on those last two words).

    Gary Johnson and Jill Stein got pretty much all the respect they deserve from John Oliver on Sunday:

    (Amusingly, this is an actual, for-real Truthdig headline from this morning: “John Oliver Treated Jill Stein and Gary Johnson Like What They Are: Presidential Candidates”)

    The Trump True Believer will claim the election was “rigged,” all evidence to the contrary, because Donald Trump said so and also because an outcome contrary to any True Believer’s desires must be invalid. Hillary Clinton could win by 1% or 95% and Trump supporters would still be suspicious of the result (and I think there’s no chance of Trump conceding).

    Chez, Trump refuses to be tethered to reality, but so do his supporters. He reinforces what they already believe, and vice versa: if they ever stopped cheering his four or five stock lines (won’t happen), he’d stop using them.

    Bob, Trump isn’t a correcting factor. R Secretaries of State have to make it sound like they have a handle on voting, lest they make the election of R candidates also seem illegitimate.

    Chez, I couldn’t agree more. I miss sane conservatives, too.

    Bob, the GOP has stomped all over tradition and decorum in the Congress, so it was inevitable someone like Trump would do so with regard to the presidency.

    I’m only surprised we haven’t had the equivalent of a Reichstag fire yet (yeah, I went there).

    James O’Keefe isn’t really worth network attention, is he? (And if ever there were a bunch of people who didn’t need agents provocateurs, it’s Trump rally-goers.)

    I haven’t seen the video of Barack Obama on the campaign plane, but I’ve read a couple of (skeptical) descriptions. It is out of character for the man, but it does recall the racist stereotype of the sexually-insatiable n****r. Donald Trump is certainly stupid enough to bring that video up during the debate, and if he does, I hope Hillary Clinton uses it as a club.

    I suppose Melania Trump’s loyalty to her husband is commendable, but “boys will be boys” explains nothing and excuses nothing. (Also, I agree that the idea that someone like Billy Bush—Billy Bush, I ask you—could so influence Donald Trump is a seriously lousy defense of Trump.)

    “If I have to be a patriot, I will.” Enjoy your visit with the Secret Service, you disgusting, gun-humping lackwit.

    Bob, I hope you’re wrong, too, but I fear you’re right. There are a lot of Trump supporters who will not be deterred from doing something stupid and violent.

    Clinton could do worse than to answer Trump’s drug test challenge by quoting Fritz Hollings: “I’ll take a drug test

    if you’ll take an IQ test.”

    (Bob, you missed Chez’s shit at 49:27 and your fuck at 54:50.)


  • ProudLiberalAlways

    Of course he’s pushing voter fraud——–his ego cannot accept that he isn’t just THE most wonderful, smartest, and most capable man that EVER existed!! And I wonder if he’ll be thanking Melanoma for telling the entire country that if Rump is elected, we will have the equivalent of a 10 year old running the country. “I say I have 2 boys…” She needs to keep them BOTH at home!

  • Aynwrong

    Well, it looks like somebody will be getting a visit from the Secret Service.

    “If she’s in office, I hope we can start a coup. She should be in prison or shot. That’s how I feel about it…”

    There was this guy who would shop in the same convenient store as me and he would just randomly pop off his opinions on whatever was on his mind at the time. Usually him shooting off his mouth about “The Muslims” or “I want my country back!” or how “Hillary is a monster and/or a lesbian!” or some such nonsense. He always capped it all off with “That’s what I think!” You need to hear it with the country twang for full effect. Basically, he’s the obnoxious, right wing version of Cliff Calvin.

    Sound familiar?

  • leemoder

    “Lier”. Sheesh. It’s like reading a thread and seeing an argument put forth by someone that hasn’t figured out the difference between “there”, their” and “they’re”.

  • Badgerite

    Is it at all possible that Shep Smith might be taking over at Fixed ‘news’? It could only be an improvement.

    • Aynwrong

      It would be but what makes you say that?

  • Badgerite

    Three more weeks. Just three more weeks. George Takei has a tweet up about Canada sending the people of the US a twitter ‘hankie’ to tide us over the “trauma” of this 2016 election. Oh Canada.

  • katanahamon

    Surprised no discussion of McCain and the promise to block Supreme Court nominees..and how criminal they’ve already been with that, and how disgusting that is. Granted, there’s a lot of disgusting to go around. I’ve voted, maybe you’ll notice this too, it’s like a weight is off my shoulders, and I just don’t feel so invested in getting upset over the flaming a hole Trump. Course..the polls are helping..

    The repubs did an analysis, then, doubled down on Palin crazy. Have they learned their lesson yet?

    • We covered it on the Post Mortem Show via Patreon.

  • I don’t know that all of the 40% Sasquatch brigade are driven by “rage”… maybe half, but not all. I think it’s more a problem of so many people “lacking a philosophy.” They simply don’t bother thinking even to step 2 before committing to a thing. Or they fixate on a very very very specific perk (real or imaginary) and discount everything else. It’s the same thing with a lot of Johnson and Stein supporters.