Bits & Bytes

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2018_05 26 Animals vs Depolorables

SPYING ON TRUMP: Ari Fleischer (who served Dubya as White House Press Secretary) told Fox News Outnumbered that no FBI director would put informants inside a presidential campaign without presidential authorization.

DEMOCRAT WATERGATE: The Democrats have overplayed their hand and karma is now nipping at their heels. It’s hard to feel sorry for them.

TRUMP AT NAVAL ACADEMY GRAD: He touted U.S. military might and promised to stay for however long it took to shake the hand of all 1,100 graduates.

MY HEART IS BREAKING: Ireland voted to legalize abortion.

2018_05 26 Weinstein w Abedin Clinton photo nd

HARVEY WEINSTEIN’S ORANGE JUMPSUIT: That guy Hillary and Huma are applauding has been arrested by New York authorities on sex-crime charges. Prosecutors in Los Angeles and London police are conducting criminal investigations of Weinstein, as well.

FBI REPORT SUPPORTS NRA, NOT DEM NARRATIVE: Evidence shows that armed citizens have often helped end and have never worsened a spree shooting.

SPEAKING OF WHICH: The gunman who started shooting inside an Oklahoma City restaurant was stopped by not one, but two armed citizens.

COMMON SENSE WINS: Congress has passed legislation that will give terminally ill patients the right to try drugs the FDA has deemed are safe, but which have not yet passed the required testing for efficacy. The bill is on its way to President Trump’s desk for his signature.

ANOTHER REASON TO AVOID STARBUCKS: A Starbucks employee says the new company policy of considering everyone a customer, regardless of whether they buy anything, is a nightmare. “About once a week we find needles, drug baggies, blood all over the toilet or walls.” Another employee reports being pricked by a syringe in the bathroom.


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Pistol Pete

    Sorry no picture. Since WP changed the format I don’t know how.
    Trump Has Secured the Release of Another American Prisoner Overseas

    Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) announced Saturday that the Trump administration has secured the release of Joshua Holt, 26, from captivity in Venezuela after he was held there for almost two years.