Thursday, March 2, 2017
Saviors Of Democracy?
At around two o'clock this afternoon, The New Worst Person Who's Ever Lived declared that there was no, absolutely no reason for Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from any investigations of the Drumpf team's collusion with Russia to steal the election.
(Okay, he didn't exactly put it that way, but you know what we mean. NO RECUSAL for Sessions.)
Then, mere hours later, the mendacious little elf called a press conference and did exactly that.
Ooooh! Not a good thing, undercutting your boss — especially a narcissist like Drumpf. Sessions must know there's another shoe out there that's going to drop, and fast, or he wouldn't have risked incurring the wrath of the thinnest-skinned jackass ever to plop down in the Oval Office chair. Just our humble opinion.
So much for the "Presidential speech" afterglow, eh? We cats are grateful that one of our favorite humans, Senator Al Franken, asked the smoking-gun question at the confirmation hearings upon which the evil dwarf proceeded to perjure himself. (Just a reminder: Bill Clinton lost his Arkansas law license for five years for lying under oath, which an allegedly outraged Donald Drumpf constantly screamed about last year.)
Thanks to a canny line of questioning from Franken, and a one-two punch of jaw-dropping scoops from The Washington Post and The New York Times — plus an indignant Seth Meyers, who, by refusing to get on the oh-gosh-maybe-Trump-is-Presidential-after-all train, now looks positively brilliant — 48 hours after "the speech," everything's on its head again and the Republic just might be saved. By comedians, former comedians and the print media, that is. We cats PURR.