Category Archives: The Scandals

Teamwork

The Lincoln Project, VoteVets, and the Vindeman family teamed up for this video they call “American Family”:

I remember this:

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Signs and Portents

No, I’m not referring to birds falling out of the sky, nor to the hellish coloration of California last week.

I’m thinking of Trump’s amazing descent into full-throated fascism and even eugenics. If you follow just one link in this post, follow that one. There is no low so low we cannot go lower.

I’m thinking of this ad — which is apparently not a parody other than perhaps a self-parody — for Sen. Kelly Loeffler, in which her spokesperson brags that  Loeffler is “more conservative than Attila the Hun”; the ad then cuts to Loeffler’s idea of Attila ordering a minion to “attack big government” — and concludes with his order to “eliminate the liberal scribes”.

In this context, Sen. Lindsey Graham’s spineless about-face on Supreme Court nominations seems almost banal.

Update: and now I can’t tell if this fake focus group introduced by Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is a real fake, or a fake fake where everyone is an actor. I really hope they are actors.

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The Atrocity Key

As a public service, McSweeney’s maintains a continually updated website Lest We Forget the Horrors: A Catalog of Trump’s Worst Cruelties, Collusions, Corruptions, and Crimes.

That we need a (lengthy) list to keep track of it all is bad. What’s worse is that we also need an “Atrocity Key” to organize them:

Atrocity Key

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Onions Can Make You Cry

America’s Finest News Source™ brings you The Life Cycle of a Trump Lie.

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The Ultimate Insider’s View of Trump

Michael Cohen previews Trump’s speeches at the GOP Convention.

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Powerful USPS-Related Video

You have to wonder what the Trump people were thinking — if anything — when they took on the Post Office. Are Mom and Apple Pie next? (Could be, they already threw grandparents under the bus.)

I’m guessing they figured no one could stop them, and then stopped thinking about the problem.

Anyway, looks like they were wrong about that. This ought to hurt:

From VoteVets.

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