Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 14th:

Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 14th:  

Bottom Line: These are your daily doses of nonsense from the generally godless, soulless and slanderous (GSS) media...  

So get this, President Trump meeting with President Putin at a gathering of world leaders and suggesting it's in our country's best interest to have a positive relationship with Russia if possible is "siding with the enemy". Granting multiple special visas to a Russian operative under investigation by the FBI for kickbacks, bribes and related crimes who then brokers the sale of 20% of the US uranium supply to Russia with your blessing isn't? Got it. That's even more special that the Hillary Clinton Russian "reset" button. 

Excerpt: The New York Times publishes an essay by Ekow N. Yankah, a Manhattan-based law professor, saying … well, read these excerpts: 

As against our gauzy national hopes, I will teach my boys to have profound doubts that friendship with white people is possible. When they ask, I will teach my sons that their beautiful hue is a fault line.  

Here's the irony of racists masquerading as victims. They accidentally reveal themselves. I will teach my sons that their beautiful hue is a fault line! That's literally teaching racism. Just the way MLK preached right? Judge people on the color of their skin not the content of their character. Oh wait, that's exactly backwards... Just like the thinking of this admired (by the NY Times) professor. Btw, I wonder what would happen to the NY Times if all of their white subscribers decided that they aren't bad people because they're white and dumped the 'Times? 

If Barack Obama can win the Nobel Peace Prize for running for President why not have a person who depicts police officers as pigs win "Citizen of the Year". This must really mean that GQ has no remaining relevance and is throwing a "Hail Mary" for attention (the problem for GQ is that they chose Colin Kaepernick as the quarterback to throw the Hail Mary - how do you think that'll work out? 

Until tomorrow...  

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