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Bob and Chez
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RELM_buttonSea of Love: The Trump Crisis Day 89; Trump threatens martial law, North Korea will test fire a nuclear missile; Trump is mentally unfit to lead; Trump on nonexistent voter fraud; The Alex Jones Presidency; Trump can't stop obsessing about his crowd size; Take The Oil; Trump thinks torture works; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, Harry's Razors, the BobCesca.com Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.

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  • ironicNik

    Try to ignore idiot Trump for a minute and consider the larger picture:
    Grover Norquist explains it in 30 seconds. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRd-IHyCV7I

  • The best Trump impersonation is Baldwin (and prob’ly will always be), but a very close 2nd is Chez, reading the transcipt.
    More of that please, and ASAP.
    Fuckin’ gold.

  • Zero Dark Thirsty ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ
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    Trump Education Appointee Spread Scalia Murder Conspiracy, Racist Images http://www.mediaite.com/online/trump-education-appointee-spread-scalia-murder-conspiracy-racist-images/

  • More like a sea of vomit. He is delusional. A madman is running our country. God help us.

    • Victor the Crab

      Both sides!

      Both. Fucking. Sides!!!!!

  • katanahamon

    “Verifiably wrong..” Well..the entire campaign was based on lies that went utterly unchallenged by the media, and every debate he showed his unfitness and complete craziness. Please don’t play audio of him any more..if you have to read quotes, fine, but, you’re just giving him more airtime and your audience already knows he’s crazy.

    I think there was voter fraud, but it happened in the reporting of totals, and somehow, it was rigged for Rump. He got just the right number in just the right places, despite every single reputable poll showing he didn’t have a chance? Right…

    Unfortunately the left and Democrats won’t challenge this fraudulent election, or this fraudulent man. We’ve already survived longer without a nuclear confrontation than I thought we would. The media better get with it, or we are doomed.

    • Victor the Crab

      Voter fraud the Chuck Toads of the country overlooked? Yeah, but..IT WAS DNC CORRUPTION THAT HANDED THE NOMINATION TO CROOKED EVIL BITCH HILLARY INSTEAD OF SAINTLY, JESUS ANOINTED, ONCE IN A LIFETIME BERNIE WHO WOULD HAVE PUT REPUBLICANS IN THEIR PLACE BY WHIPPING OUT ITS MASSIVE PENIS AND DICK SLAPPING EVERY REPUBLICAN UNTIL THEY SUBMITTED TO ST. BERNIE’S WAY OF THINKING!!!!!!!!!!

      • Scopedog

        Heh….some are still spewing that, believe it or not….

        • Victor the Crab

          Oh, I believe that!

  • StripeTheGremlin

    Hey Bob, What was that clip from in the beginning of the show?

    • Ivana Schtupp

      One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

  • JimmyAbra

    Of course on of the people telling him torture works is “John Barron”

  • muselet

    Donald Trump is a terribly insecure person. That’s why he has to be the biggest, the best, the most adulated, the most adored, the most superlative president ever; otherwise his insecurity starts to kick in. Even George W Bush—the previous record-holder for least qualifications for elected office—was self-confident, for the most part. But Trump has to dick-swing to prove to everyone (for which, read himself) he’s vaguely competent or vaguely popular or vaguely whatever his current obsession might be.

    I don’t doubt Trump believes his own nonsense about voter fraud, every word of it. He must have won the Electoral College and the popular vote by landslides, he must have, and therefore there must have been voter fraud of nearly unimaginable magnitude. (When David Muir gamely pointed out the Pew report Trump and his minions have been pointing to as proof of voter fraud is nothing of the sort, Trump’s response was disbelief: “Then why did he write the report?”)

    Also too, Trump’s lackeys have been whining on The Dear Leader’s behalf that the media’s carping is making it impossible for Trump to enjoy being in the White House. Crikey, talk about a special snowflake.

    The Right is increasingly defined by credulity, and not only when it comes to strap-ons. Someone I work with insisted shortly after the election that Trump had convinced Ford not to close an assembly plant and move all the jobs to Mexico, even though the plant in question was never slated to close (C-segment vehicles and smaller will be built exclusively in Mexico, and the plant was always going to be retooled to build SUVs) and the only open question had been whether or not to build the small Lincoln SUV in the US or Mexico. This person further claimed Ford had sent layoff notices to something like 10,000 assembly-line workers. It turns out all that had been (mis-)reported by Fox News.

    In the end, it doesn’t much matter if senior State Department officials quit or were fired. Institutional memory and specialized expertise has been unnecessarily lost, making it harder for State to do its job. Any sentient being should find that utterly terrifying.

    I prefer not to think about what Trump will do in response to North Korea.

    The David Muir interview with Trump—and I’m surprised Muir’s head didn’t explode at some point—was a typical, ritualistic, first-days-in-office puff piece. It was emphatically not an attempt to winkle consequential details from a new President, but to get his impression of the overwhelming responsibility of the office. Since Trump doesn’t do self-reflection, instead the nation got to see a whingeing manchild bleating about the size of the crowd at the inauguration and the popular vote and all that trivia.

    Trump watches television. That’s where he gets his information, seemingly exclusively. In a rare moment of truthfulness and insight some time ago, Kellyanne Conway said the way for advisers to get information to Trump was by going on television. All of which means Bill O’Reilly and the giggling couch tumors on Fox and Friends (Bob, if I haven’t before, let me take a moment to thank you for that description) are now more important than the Presidential Daily Briefing.

    This. Is. Not. Normal.

    None. Of. This. Is. Normal.

    –alopecia

  • Badgerite

    About that Chicago thing, these guys are still butt hurt about President Barack Obama’s popularity in the country. That’s what the problem is for Twitler and company. We have gone from a competent, popular president respected on the world stage to a stooge. And they know it. His inauguration had all the optimism and joy of a funeral. Not a “shining city on a hill”. A scared, cowering walled society ruled by superstition and “alternate facts”.

    • Victor the Crab

      We have gone from a competent, popular president respected on the world stage to a stooge. And they know it.

      Really? Do these mouthbreathing idiots really know it?

      • Badgerite

        One would think. Bannon is not about competence. And neither is the Bannon administration. It doesn’t take much intelligence or competence to blow things up. And that is his aim. To tear the world and national peace apart. So far, so good. I’m off to the ACLU website to sign up and donate.

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    I’ll go down the psych. road——Rump is a spoiled child! It’s not enough to win the presidency, he has to have won it by the BIGGEST and BESTEST numbers EVER , or it’s NOT FAIR!!!!!!!!! MINE is best, NO ONE ELSES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! signed, DJRump.

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    As a matter of protocol—–if the pres. comes into the room and remains standing, so do all of the CIA agents present——-when they politely applauded his speech, he called that a standing ovation! Jesus Christ!! Enough of this delusional idiot already!

  • Badgerite

    Phoop. Phoop, phoop, phoop, phoop. phoop. You realize Twitler has only been in office for less than a week. Bannon is wrong. It isn’t the press that is the opposition to them. It is simple sanity.

  • Scopedog