Monday, July 3, 2017

Greta Van Susteren Needed Trump to Denigrate Her to Keep Her MSNBC Spot

And Other Snarky Comments on the News

As national and world affairs go from bad to bizarre here are the comments other Forums cannot or will not say.

  1. The former Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren was fired by MSNBC for low ratings for her 6 p.m. daily show.  Of course, the idea that anyone is watching MSNBC at 6 is such a far fetched idea that it is impossible to figure out how anyone thought she or anyone else would attract viewers at that time.  Ms. Van Susteren had an interesting program, but she needed the attention she would have received if Donnie had attacked her personally in order to have saved her job.  We have no knowledge that Ms. Van Susteren implored Trump to insult her, but if she did the ploy failed.

  1. Doesn’t Mitch McConnell remind everyone of a character from a Stephen King novel, the one who creeps in during the blackest part of the night and calls on the undead to steal the souls of the innocents?

  1. Jared Kushner, son-in-law and totally inexperienced at everything except shady real estate deals recently went to the Middle East to straighten things out. Kushner was given the responsibility for seeing that Muslims and Jews and other Muslims all go along like the good Christians they are.  Since he took on that job he has insulted the PLO and near war like tensions have developed between Sunni and other Sunni Muslims.  Trump is kissing up to dictators and creating unnecessary problems with Qatar where the U. S. has a major base.  How you doing Jared?

  1. In Congressional Republicans the nation may have found a group of people even more ignorant than Trump on the principles of health insurance.  Expect Trump to fight back on that assertion.

  1. Paul Ryan wants to be remembered as the person who gave individuals the freedom and right to go without health insurance and die in the streets.  Paul Ryan has had government provided/sponsored/subsidized health insurance nearly his entire adult life.

  1. Doesn’t Mitch McConnell remind everyone of that creepy relative who shows up for Thanksgiving dinner and nobody knows who he is or where he came from?.

  1. After languishing behind the WaPo and the NYT, the great journalists at the Wall Street Journal (as opposed to the great hacks in the editorial section) have started to come up with their own scoops.  They just broke a story linking Russian hacking with major Trump campaign advisor Mike Flynn during the 2016 campaign.  Anyone who thinks Flynn didn’t keep Donnie informed of this needs to apply to rejoin the real world.

  1. Doesn’t Mitch McConnell remind everyone of the creepy teacher played by Ben Stein in the Ferris Bueller movie?

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