Chelsea Handler Gets Handled

In a desperate attempt to garner some attention and sense of relevance, the unfunny comedienne Chelsea Handler tried to pick a fight with the First Lady. The results were predictable.

Trump’s Lawyer Calls Chelsea Handler “Despicable” For Her Comments On Melania
In a video interview with Variety about the Women’s March, Handler mocked Melania Trump’s accent. When asked if she’d have the First Lady on her Netflix series, Handler replied, “Melania? To talk about what? She can barely speak English.”

[CtH: I remember President Obama lecturing us about how we all needed to learn Spanish so we could communicate with immigrants who refuse to learn English.  NOW, it’s apparently okay to mock the accent of an immigrant who not only speaks excellent English and her native Slovenian, but also Serbian, French, Italian, and German.

I googled and found lefty websites questioning whether she actually does speak six languages, but she is absolutely fluent in her native language and the language of her adopted nation.  I’m also inclined to believe she can get by well in French and Italian, since she worked as a model for major fashion houses in Milan and Paris.

I dunno about German or Slovenian, but many Europeans are multi-lingual, so who knows.  My brother once remarked to his Dutch graduate student that he’d done better on Cornell’s English competency entrance exam than most of his American-born students and “It’s your second language.”  The Dutchman responded,  “Actually, it’s my fifth.”]

[CtH: The interviewer made the interview into a drinking game. Unbelievable.  Handler claimed, “Everybody’s voice matters”, then said she would not interview either President or Mrs. Trump and told them both to “f**k off.”  Liberals, this is why we don’t respect any of you or your talk about “ending divisiveness.”  You’re phonies who are too dumb to recognize your own hypocrisy.]





Filed under Donald Trump, Feminism, Melania Trump

26 responses to “Chelsea Handler Gets Handled

  1. Pistol Pete

    Secret Service Agent Who Said She Wouldn’t Take A Bullet For Trump Expelled From Retired Agents Group

    She’s also a Hillary Clinton supporter, with an unabashed disdain for President Trump. Prior to Election Day, she had multiple social media posts, one of which said that she would rather go to jail than take a bullet for Trump, according to Susan Crabtree of The Washington Examiner.


  2. Pistol Pete

    President Trump calls ISIS fighters “sneaky, dirty rats”

    “We have evil that lurks around the corner without the uniforms,” he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity, in an interview set to air Thursday night. “Ours is harder because the people we’re going against they don’t wear uniforms. They’re sneaky, dirty rats and they blow people up in a shopping center and they blow people up in a church.”

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  3. Pistol Pete

    Trump’s Refugee Plan Will Prioritize Christians Suffering Religious Persecution

    NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson reports that the actions include a 120-day moratorium on any new refugees entering the United States to give the government time to come up with a plan that prioritizes Christians suffering from religious persecution.

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  4. Pistol Pete

    State Department’s Senior Management Team Resigns

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    EPA Employees ‘Coming To Work In Tears’ Because Of Trump Win

    Environmental Protection Agency employees have not accepted Donald Trump’s victory and are still “coming to work in tears” more than two months after the election.

    “At EPA headquarters, the mood remains dark,” ProPublica reported Wednesday. “A longtime career communications employee said in a phone interview Tuesday that more than a few friends were ‘coming to work in tears’ each morning as they grappled with balancing the practical need to keep their jobs with their concerns for the issues they work on.”

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  5. Pistol Pete

    Border Patrol Chief Asked to Resign Day After Trump Signed Immigration Orders

    The chief of U.S. Border Patrol, Mark Morgan, left the agency on Thursday one day after President Trump signed an executive order paving the way for a wall to be built on the border with Mexico.
    Morgan previously served as head of internal affairs with Customs and Border Protection and was as an agent in the FBI. He had frequently clashed with the Border Patrol Agents union, which strongly supported President Trump during the 2016 election, the AP reported.


  6. Pistol Pete

    UK’s May praises Trump’s ‘renewal’ but differs on torture

    May acknowledged the need to work with Russia to end the war in Syria, but drew applause when she cautioned that the West’s approach to President Vladimir Putin should be “engage but beware.”
    Amid the foreign-policy suggestions, May wooed Republicans with an ode to the “special relationship” between the two countries. Her remarks were dotted with references to Winston Churchill, the Magna Carta and — of course — Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher, a famously friendly Republican president and Conservative prime minister.

    Theresa May: Trump’s Victory Rooted in ‘The Hopes and Aspirations of Working Men and Women’

    “It is in our interests–those of Britain and America together–to stand strong together to defend our values, our interests, and the very ideas in which we believe,” May said.


  7. Pistol Pete

    Trump wants to empower local police to enforce immigration law, raising fears of racial profiling

    The Immigration and Nationality Act already allowed the federal government to deputize local officials to enforce immigration law through what are commonly referred to as 287(g) agreements. At one time, Wang said, dozens of jurisdictions had such arrangements with the federal government, though former president Barack Obama curtailed many of them


  8. Pistol Pete

    90 Somalis, 2 Kenyans Deported From US After Trump Takes Office

    Government spokesman Eric Kiraithe said the deported included 90 Somali men and two Kenyan women, while adding he did not know why they had been deported.


  9. Pistol Pete

    Speaker Ryan on Trump’s Keystone Pipeline Reversal: “It’s About Time”

    It is about time. President Obama in November 2015 rejected the Keystone XL Pipeline after a whopping 7 Years of environmental impact review.
    Donald Trump signaled Tuesday that jobs will come before environmental concerns under his watch by advancing a Canadian company’s application to build the Keystone XL pipeline and a Dallas-based firm’s Dakota Access pipeline.

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  10. Pistol Pete

    President Trump Addresses the GOP: We are Bound by God to Give Our Full Devotion to the People

    “We have to deliver on the promises to the American people,” he said. “It’s time we had a president who fights for this country.”

    Trump ended his speech by looking into the crowd of elected officials and reminding them of their sacred duty.

    “All of us are bound by duty and bound by God to give our full devotion to this country and its people,” he said.


  11. hocuspocus13

    Where were these women when Hillary Clinton had her campaign rallies?

    No where to be found

    Hillary’s rallies were empty

    The “smart women” had their march on November 8 when they marched themselves right into the voters booth and voted for Trump ✌

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    • We did, and it took some spunk, too — especially for people like me who are married to Never-Trumpers. 🙂

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      • Are we going to have to work on C when we come out for that Tim Hawkins concert? This must have been a tough election in the Bluebird household!


        • No, it wasn’t that bad. We have been through this before and survived. In 1988, by the time Wisconsin’s primary rolled around, everyone on the Republican side had dropped out except for G.H.W. Bush, and I didn’t see any point in voting for him, since he was going to be the nominee. On the Democrat side, Jesse Jackson was still in the race, so I voted for him, on the grounds that he would have been a much more interesting candidate than that boring schmuck Dukakis. Meanwhile, my husband, who would rather make a statement than make a difference, voted for Pete duPont (who had already dropped out, but that was the guy he liked). As we were leaving the polling place, he made some supercilious comment to the effect that he wasn’t sure he wanted to sleep with someone who had voted for Jesse Jackson. (Which I thought was rich, coming from a guy who’d voted for Lowell Weicker back when he lived in Connecticut.)

          This time around, neither one of us thought that our vote for president was going to make a difference, since Wisconsin always goes Democrat in presidential elections (this in spite of having a Republican governor and Republican control of both houses in the state legislature). Since he figured it didn’t make any difference, and he can’t stand Trump, he voted for Gary Johnson. I voted for Trump because I can’t stand Hillary Clinton OR Gary Johnson. I’m pretty sure it was the first time we’d ever voted for different candidates in a general election, but as I said, neither one of us thought our vote would matter one way or another; the last time Wisconsin had gone for a Republican was in 1984, which seemed like about a century ago. We were both in shock when Trump not only won, but even took Wisconsin — hard to say which was more surprising! Of course he’s just as happy as we all are that we’re not going to have to endure another Clinton presidency.

          So are you guys coming here this summer? Let me know, so I get tickets (if there are any left)…

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          • I can’t blame your hub too much for voting Johnson, though I mock the Marine Pfc pretty mercilessly for voting that way. It’s hilarious how he changed his mind once Trump was in office and would start transforming the armed forces and would appoint one of his heroes as SecDef. Now Noah is a slavishly embarrassing Trump worshipper. What a dork.

            Anyway, I’m not sure we can commit this soon to the show. Sorry! The chance of a flyby is large, but the timing is dependent on the birth of Grandson#1 and the job in Virginia. But I’ll keep you posted! You folks are a lot of fun, and we’d love to swing by and have some laughs. 🙂

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