Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 30th:

Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for November 30th:   

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

During the Important headlines segment today I found it necessary to have to define the word slur because Jim Acosta of CNN demonstrated that he hadn't achieved that level of knowledge when attacking President Trump recently. In this segment it's unfortunately necessary to have to define the word "can" for the Paul Waldman of the The Week.  

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kan/ 

verb 

1. 

  • be able to. "they can run fast" 

2. 

  • be permitted to. "you can use the phone if you want to" 

You demonstrated that you can call the President a racist even though clearly you shouldn't be employed by a magazine or any profession that word require command of the language beyond a kindergarten level. And here's a kicker, while attempting to assert that the use of the name Pocahontas equals racism, he offers this quip to attempt to liberate Warren of her lies: her family lore has it that she has some Native American ancestry. 

Are you freaking kidding me? I'm beginning to wonder if I'm the only literate person left who dares to attempt to read The Week. 

Excerpt: if she runs for the White House in 2020, the "Pocahontas" problem won't go away. She'll need a pithier, clear-throated response to those hearing the details for the first time and a way to turn the tables on Trump. 

"Next time, with these nicknames, everybody will take it more seriously because there's a chunk of the population that believes him no matter how ridiculous he sounds," says Massachusetts-based Democratic consultant Dan Payne. 

Pithier response? Whether the characterization of Pocahontas is appropriate or not the issue here is real! Elizabeth Warren faked Native American status to gain personal, financial and educational benefit. In law school no less! The pickle is that she's a fraud who's managed to get away with clear criminal activity because she's been protected by leftists/political allies. 

Ok, so let me get this straight. Donald Trump's questionable use of the term Pocahontas is somehow worse than Elizabeth Warren actually lying about her lineage in legal documents to benefit personally, financially and with her education? If criminal activity isn't somehow worse than potentially offensive use of a name...Matt Lauer isn't the only person who should be dispatched from having access to NBC News again.  

Until tomorrow...

 

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