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If there's anything dumber than blaming the police for the actions of criminals, it's emojis.
The Greatest President in History is finally beginning to manage his expectations a bit. He may not be able to lower the rise of the oceans just yet, but he's still cooler than some big ice cube.
It was true before the first of these videos came out, and it's true now. Here's the ninth one.
Hey, that's not me saying it. That's Team Hillary saying it.
It'll never come when you call anyway.
Hours after Bryce Williams, AKA Vester Flanagan, shot three people on live television because he believed the words "field" and "swing" were racist, we were told that he had crashed his rental car on a Virginia highway and committed suicide before the police could apprehend him. Hours after that, we were told he had survived his suicide attempt and died later in the hospital.
I've said all I plan to say for now about our enemies in the Animal Kingdom. I'm not a fan, but at least none of them have ever done anything this stupid.
It all started to fall apart for Brian Williams when somebody noticed that he claimed to have been shot down in Iraq, even though in the physical world he never got shot down in Iraq or anywhere else. Then people started doing some digging, and they found a bunch of other things he just plain made up. And now, it's starting to affect his brand-new home before he even moves in.
Here's how you can take a huge news story and make it completely different, just by changing a few colors.
In any dispute between two groups of designated victims, Muslims win by default. Muslims vs. gays, Muslims vs. women, Muslims vs. ethnic minorities... even Muslims vs. people in wheelchairs.
If you didn't have enough evidence already of the white supremacy that controls America, here you go.
If you're not reading NRO's daily newsletter, Morning Jolt, you should check it out. As somebody who used to do The Daily Caller's morning newsletter, I know it's not always an easy job, and Jim Geraghty is a terrific writer. Take a minute and sign up for it.
If you don't know who Rob Delaney is, don't worry about it. If you're one of the few of us who do, then you know that success hasn't dulled his comedic edge one bit.
The account has been suspended, but there's still a Google cache. I captured some screenshots and posted them back to Twitter. This is evidence and it needs to be preserved.
A month ago, a Los Angeles court put out a temporary restraining order to prevent the Center for Medical Progress from releasing any undercover video from their investigation of a "medical procurement" company called StemExpress. This week that order was lifted, and CMP just put out the video. I don't know about you, but I want to see what StemExpress is so worried about.
I was unaware of the following story earlier today when I educated you about the nature of, well, nature. But it only proves my point.
How did Hillary Clinton allow herself to fall into her current predicament? How did she finally make a mistake so big, even the FBI can't ignore it? Why didn't anybody who cares about her well-being take her aside at any point and say, "Hey, I think this might be a real problem"?
As my longtime readers know, I am not a fan of the panda. I have my reasons, which I may or may not share with the world at some point, but it all boils down to this: Pandas are ungrateful bastards, they're lucky that humans value aesthetics over utility, and each one of them that we permit to live equals another 50 pounds of bamboo per day that could be put to better use making chairs. If I had my way, they'd all be shoveled into a pit.