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Oh damn, wrong witch!
Oh damn, wrong witch!

Sure is tough to be a rightwing “pro-life” full-of-bull propaganda machine these days. On Monday, we learned the sleazy jizz rags behind the “gotcha” videos of Planned Parenthood doing “crimes” to “baby parts” have been indicted in Houston, Texas, for being the real crimers, ACTUALLY. And we laughed and chortled and guffawed and feminist fist-bumped and happy-danced naked in our living room and said, “That’s what you get, motherfuckers!” And it was good.

But it was not so good over at Fox News. Fox, like the rest of the rightwing anti-woman world that has an awkward and estranged relationship with reality, has been demanding investigations into these oh-so-damning videos, pronouncing Planned Parenthood ipso facto prima facie full-on obvs GUILTY! because of “a series of undercover videos that appear to show the organization profited from fetal organ sales.” Except not, as we all know.

On Monday night, Megyn Kelly invited Fox News Senior Legal Gasbag Judge Andrew Napolitano to whine and cry and stamp his feet and shake his fists about the indictment of Center for Medical Progress founder and bipedal trash heap David Daleiden and his fellow videographer Sandra Merritt, and to lawsplain what it all means:

This means that a political prosecutor has injected herself in a very serious issue about whether or not Planned Parenthood was profiting from the abortion of babies by selling body parts.

Oh really? Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson (a Republican appointed by former indicted Gov. Rick Perry, by the way) injected herself into the serious issue of persecuting Planned Parenthood by following the totally unbiased, non-agenda orders of virulently anti-choice Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick to git them baby-killers at Planned Parenthood. But she didn’t do that, did she? She got it all wrong by refusing to find Planned Parenthood guilty and instead uncovering evidence of all these other crimes by the “pro-life” activists, HUH.

Why, just look at her, being all political:

Beverly Hills surgeon explains at home fix for crepey skin around the arms, legs, and stomach.
“As I stated at the outset of this investigation, we must go where the evidence leads us,” Ms. Anderson said. “All the evidence uncovered in the course of this investigation was presented to the grand jury. I respect their decision on this difficult case.”

Pffft. The evidence led her in the wrong damned direction because she was supposed to stone-cold murder Planned Parenthood, in a court of law. Didn’t she watch the videos? Judge Napolitano did:

And anybody that watches these tapes can come to their own conclusion. I submit that if you watch them you will conclude that they did sell body parts and were willing to sell them in the future.

Thus, the indictment of Daleiden, instead of Planned Parenthood, can only mean one thing: that Daleiden is a lying sack of pus criminal (allegedly blah blah) who created fake government documents in an attempt to entrap Planned Parenthood (that’s illegal), and he also tried to buy fetal tissue (that’s illegal too, as we’ve been told by Fox a thousandteen times!), and his ass should go to prison forever?

Ha, don’t be stupid, this is Fox News. Help us come to the right conclusion, Fox:

KELLY: So does this sound like a political hit job? Or what is this?

NAPOLITANO: Absolutely. This is a political hit job.

Blood-stained swizzle dick Daleiden is bitch squealing that he is but a humble journalist who simply “uses the same undercover techniques that investigative journalists have used for decades in exercising our First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and of the press, and follows all applicable laws.” Except for wrong and nuh uh, and fuck you, pal, while we’re at it. Real journalists do not make deceptive home videos with stock footage for the explicit purpose of trying to shut down a provider of women’s healthcare because ladyparts are ewww and icky.

Meanwhile, Judge Napolitano is hitting all the Fox shows to make sure everyone understands the political hit job ordered by the state’s most powerful elected anti-choicers is the wrong kind of political hit job:

I’m beginning to think that it is a political hit job on the people who did the investigating. So you have bonafide journalists assuming identities, pretending to be medical ethicists or people in the business of dealing with body parts going to Planned Parenthood saying, all these abortions, are you really selling the body parts? Well, yeah, we are.

Sure, except that none of the anti-choice activists involved with the Center for Medical Progress are “bonafide journalists,” and also except that no one from Planned Parenthood ever said they sell body parts, because of how they don’t. But go on, Judge:

Now, what does investigate mean? You empanel a grand jury of 23 people. You tell them who your target is.

Right, that’s how the justice system works. The prosecutor tells a grand jury, “We’re trying to go git Planned Parenthood, so do that,” but oh no, the Republican “political prosecutor” didn’t do her job right, did she? Nor did the grand jury:

The grand jury does not turn around and indict your witnesses, the people who brought you the case, without the prosecutor wanting this to happen. So why would this prosecutor appointed by Governor Perry, a former judge, a Republican woman, why would this prosecutor want to do this, other than to send a message like, I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone? Leave it alone — they’re using tax dollars to kill babies and sell their body parts.

Clearly, the prosecutor is a secret feminazi baby-hating double agent mole, out to protect and enable Planned Parenthood so it can keep using your tax dollars to eat baby parts for lunch, mmmmm delish!

Or. Or! Maybe “pro-life” extremists who are hell-bent on denying healthcare to women and are willing to commit crimes, and aw heck, even MURDER, to try to make doctors look guilty of doctoring should go fuck themselves with a rusty coat hanger and leave ladies and their ladyparts medical providers alone. Or else they just might find themselves at the sharp end of the justice stick.

[Media Matters / NYTMedia Matters again]

 

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  • MsAnthropesMr

    Maybe the problem is that Planned Parenthood isn’t a ham sandwich.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      Someone needs to inform the governor.

    • Wee Mousie

      To much baloney, not enough ham.

  • Nounverb911

    KELLY: So does this sound like a political hit job? Or what is this?
    NAPOLITANO: Absolutely. This is a political hit job.”

    And Napolitano certainly knows his hit jobs. (Just saying)

  • MsAnthropesMr

    Absolutely. This is a political hit job.

    Verdict goes your way: Justice
    Verdict goes against you: Political hit job.

    • Swampay

      They should take it to the supreme court. Verdict goes your way (Bush/Gore, Citizens United, Hobby Lobby): impartial judges doing their jobs correctly. Verdict goes against you: Unelected troublemakers in robes BURN THEM

    • HogeyeGrex

      Absolutely. This is a political hit job.

      Totally unlike the actual video in question.

      Sheesh.

    • Beaumarchais?

      Said by every convicted politician ever.

  • Tallmutha

    And anybody that watches these tapes can come to their own conclusion. I submit that if you watch them you will conclude that they did sell body parts and were willing to sell them in the future.

    Uh, yeah, maybe you would. That’s because they were designed to deceive you into concluding that, Shitbird.

  • Lizzietish81

    But when that racist fuck bag (and now US Rep because FUCK YOU STATEN ISLAND) Donovan did everything he could to ensure there was no indictment of a police officer, that was justice.

  • MsAnthropesMr

    What I want to know is, did anyone get turned into a newt? Did anyone get better?

    • Nounverb911

      Callista’s husband?

  • Brewerofbeers

    How dare American citizens, and especially women, think for themselves!?!

    • Nounverb911

      That was Paul Ryan’s idea.

    • Anarchy Pony

      It’s only okay when corporations think for themselves.

  • JMP

    These creepoids already pushed one of their followers to commit mass murder with their slanders against Planned Parenthood, and yet they are still doing it with the blood still on their hands. Fucking murderous assholes.

  • docterry6973

    The Republican DA appointed by Rick Perry is a WOMAN!!! Case closed.

  • Bitter Scribe

    Grand juries are sacred protectors of freedom when they protect killer cops, but not when they indict fraudsters instead of victims. Gotcha.

    • willi0000000

      but. but. but he’s our fraudster!!!!!

  • DoILookAmused2u ?

    They are going to be really butthurt when the rest of the indictments and convictions start rolling in for these fuckwads.

  • Anarchy Pony

    The political hit job was the fraudulent videos made by people attacking a health services provider.

  • JustPixelz

    When grand juries (as LizzieTish81 noted) don’t indict police officers for killing pretty much anyone with darker skin than Oscar nominees, Republicans and their fellow travelers have nothing but praise for the integrity of our legal system, the ineffable fairness of ordinary citizens sitting in judgment, how laypeople don’t have access to all the evidence. Grand juries are part of Jesus’ plan. Except when they’re not.

  • Hemp Dogbane

    The obvious conclusion based on this result and the congressional hearings the video was designed for is that the lies need to be better, and better executed.

  • Come here a minute

    All those investigations are supposed to go wherever the facts lead, but it’s supposed to be leading to the BABY KILLERS DAMMIT!

    • Malmborg Implano

      You mean Rick Snyder?

      • Ranina

        He’s next.

  • Joshua Norton

    One of the accomplices still remains at large…
    .

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Not unusual. The war criminals responsible for Daesh are still at large, too.

    • Jorge Jorge

      Probably hiding out with the California prison escapees….

      • coozledad

        Shrimp Boy would have done a hell of a lot better at HP.

      • OrdinaryJoe

        Throw out a trail of Purina. She’ll show up eventually.

    • coozledad

      She’s just pissed because the bath of virgin blood isn’t doing a goddamn thing.

    • jesuswasablack

      My god that fucking face makes me wanna hurl! Trump was right what an ugly CUNT! How much you wanna bet this broad had more than one bortions?

    • PubOption

      She’ll never persona trial.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      Somebody start searching the HP warehouses.

  • Jorge Jorge

    Been laughing all day…….HHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAAHAHHAHAHHAAHAHAHAAAA

  • say wha

    As you know, ah, you go to trial with the criminal you have—not the criminal you might want or wish to have at a later time.

  • MrBlobfish

    Damn. Napolitano is bleeding from his wherever.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Good. His anger is pegging out my Schadenfreude meter. Suffer, you fascist asshole. Suffer.

    • LarryHoudini

      Napolitano is a poor man’s Scalia, who is himself a smart man’s Joe Viterelli. No matter how you slice it, he’s not the real thing.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Cragmont Cola is more the real thing than those assholes.

      • MrBlobfish

        I’ll say it again: Never should have let the Italians into the country.

        • Beaumarchais?

          And the Irish! What is it with white people?

  • Damian L

    Conservatives and truth,never the twain shall meet!

  • SadDemInTex

    This was in Texas, you fuckers…and with all the crap here EVEN Texans could see that it was WRONG and ILLEGAL of these fuckwad anti-abortionists.

    • DoILookAmused2u ?

      You have to excuse them for brain-broken. Heck, a lot of people defended the dude who murdered Dr. David Gunn and his bodyguard in front of the bodyguard’s wife.

      • SadDemInTex

        There will always be people who defend murdering racist death cult fanatics.

    • MOG253

      Sadly, that doesn’t mean their court will.

      • SadDemInTex

        True, but these showings of real justice by actual people matter.

  • Randy Riddle

    Babbygazi.

  • Callyson

    This means that a political prosecutor has injected herself in a very serious issue about whether or not Planned Parenthood was profiting from the abortion of babies by selling body parts is competently doing the job for which she is paid by taxpayers.

    /fixed
    /FFS

    • PubOption

      Prosecutorial Activism, Inpeach!

      • eddi

        Fox didn’t elect him so his decisions are invalid.

  • Msmlg1979

    I almost wished I had cable last night so I could watch the exploding heads, and sadly desperate spin, but it’s better this way, straight from Wonkette.

  • Lizzietish81

    Not that it matters, Texas will continue to cut PP forcing more women to use more dangerous means to abort.

  • Callyson

    And anybody that watches these tapes can come to their own conclusion.

    OK:

    • JoeChristmas

      It’s analogous to reading the bible.

      • eddi

        Which is a risky thing to do if you believe in the Bible’s contents as told by others.

    • Wee Mousie

      According to Fux Noose, you can think their way or come to your own contusions.

  • Pinkham’s Law

    “I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone I still have a sense of right & wrong,” or “I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone I still have some self respect”, OR “I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone I take my duty as a Prosecutor seriously,” or “I might be a Republican, but leave Planned Parenthood alone I still believe in the Rule of Law.” FTFY – take your pick.

  • Barley_Brains

    Um, sorry, but I could not get past the naked dancing part of the article. What did the rest of it say?

    • Msmlg1979

      When I stop twirling in the buff, I’ll fill ya in.

  • Oblios_Cap

    Reality just has such a pathetic liberal bias. Especially these days.

  • BeliTsari

    Dose this mean lying murderer Carly Fiorina has to resurrect Robert Lewis Dear Robert Lewis Dear’s victims now? http://istilllovedogs.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/planned-parenthood-colorado-shooting-victims.jpg

  • Villago Delenda Est

    Oh, fuck Faux News. With a vote-encrusted rusty chainsaw. And no water-based lube.

    • Quercus

      Acetone based lube? That’ll sting.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        You see what I did there!

        • Quercus

          Acetone is flammable, also,too. The possibilities for fun are endless.

  • JohnnyZhivago2

    TEXghazzzzi!!!!!!!!

  • schmannity

    News just in: Rick Perry guiltier than Planned Parenthood.

  • Poly_Ester

    I didn’t think fundies had Karma.

    • eddi

      They don’t believe in her. But she comes by to kick them in the balls from time to time.

  • MrBlobfish

    Ya know who else wanted a Sondergericht set up outside the operations of the constitutional frame of law?

  • natl_[redacted]_cmdr

    I have three words for these Fuxwits: Neener-neener! Thpppppppt!

  • Squirrel_t_robot

    These wet ends lied from the start: their company was fake, they posed as fake scientists, they lied their asses off to get these interviews, and they videotaped them without permission.

    Everything about the CMP is fraudulent.

    Add to it not once on any of the b roll tape, or the cited down versions, did PP ever actually sell fetal tissue.

    Fuck em all, let their special sky friend sort em out.

    • bbqboy

      Penny to Songbird,
      Penny to Songbird,
      Come in, Sky…

      • eddi

        There is a show I haven’t thought about in 50 years. Sky King, if you kids want to look it up. I don’t think any footage still exists though. Pre-video tape era.

    • Last Hussar

      I’ve seen BBC journalists do the same to expose corruption.

      • Wee Mousie

        Ah, but did those BBC journalists edit their tapes to make it seem like their subjects clearly said what they very clearly did not say?

  • MsAnthropesMr

    OT

    Abe Vigoda dead.

    • AngryBlakGuy

      …bad year for celebs

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Fish, we hardly knew ye. Sleep well, friend.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      It wasn’t personal, it was just business, but I guess Hagen couldn’t get him off the hook this time.

      • timpundit

        Not even for ol times’ sake.

  • Wee Mousie

    There’s an old saying that any District Attorney can indict a ham sandwich before a Grand Jury, but apparently not one that’s full of baloney.

    • dslindc

      . . . or a police officer.

  • Celtic_Gnome

    Considering this is the conservative movement we’re talking about, their best course of action is to empower more grand juries in more states to investigate these videos so they can incur the most massive butthurts possible when Daleiden and friends face even more indictments.

  • JustPixelz

    “So you have bonafide journalists assuming [false] identities…”

    My journalist name is Lance Romero.

    • Hutch

      Nice to meet ya’. My journalist name is Bam Boo. Wait, that’s my other name.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Mine is Max Power.

      • SuspectedDemocrat

        Rembrandt Q. Einstein, Esq.

        • DoILookAmused2u ?

          Nobody is Dwayne Mountain Dew Herbert Camancho?

          Can I change mine, then?

    • dslindc

      . . . for NPR News, I’m Omelette Station.

    • OneYieldRegular

      Mine is Keefe O’James.

      • DoILookAmused2u ?

        I am Newman E. Alfred, esquire.

    • Msmlg1979

      Sandy Bajingo here..

    • Villago Delenda Est

      “Geraldo Rivera”

    • MsAnthropesMr

      I want to be Owen Bennett-Jones.

    • Jeamonn

      For Channel Six News, this Heywood Jablome signing off.

    • DahBoner

      Hi, my name is Jeff Gannon/Guckert and I’m here to help

      • Villago Delenda Est

        In a very non-homosexual way, of course.

    • borninatrailer

      I’ve said it before: Damien Grammaticus.

      Best actual journalist name. Possibly best name ever.

    • Gary Charound

      I’m Carmen Allovia.

    • bozilingus

      Carlos Danger, Third Eye

      • Werewolf

        Nick Danger libel!

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Pooky Tasker, at yer service

      Journalist names are like stripper names, right? name of first pet and street you was borned?

      • Msmlg1979

        Making me Buford Hawkins…worst lady porn name ever!

        • lroom

          Isn’t that Foghorn Leghorn’s dad?

      • Quercus

        Misty 14th – that’s me.

        • Jen_Baker_VA

          You may have to use the last name of your road. Road, Street or Avenue, even Boulevard would go well with Misty.
          Unless you shorten it to Fourth

      • SnarkTank

        It’s pr0n stars that have all the fun with their names, though. Peter North. Dale DaBone. Seymour Butts.

      • BehaveYrself

        I love mine, Candy Central. I use it irl when I’m messing with douche bags.

      • thenearesthippie

        I’m Ginger Noyes.

      • lroom

        That would make me Dotty Burbank.

      • cat cafe

        Pokey Mosswood

    • TheBidenator

      My journalist name is Brock Landers.

    • eddi

      Reynardine Boleslav Trakorvich

  • And they said “The Inconvenient Truth” was a bunch of bull.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      All of reality is inconvenient for the wingtards.

  • AngryBlakGuy

    …I’m waiting for the damages that will be awarded.

    • MOG253

      TX court, not counting my chickens.

      • FlownOver

        Re: chickens – we keep counting, they keep fucking.

    • Msmlg1979

      May there be many a zero in that figure…

  • beavertank

    “Real journalists” also don’t forge government documents, because “real journalists” realize that’s a serious felony and aren’t so goddamn stupid that they think they’ll get away with it.

    I do find it weirdly hilarious that the crime the wingnuts accused Planned Parenthood of, trafficking in human organs, is a one year misdemeanor while the forged documents charge is a twenty year felony.

    I do hope these scumbags enjoy their time in jail. It’ll be a good, character building experience for them. Probably even bring them closer to their god.

    • arglebargle

      There are no Atheists in Fox news holes.

      • DahBoner

        There are no athiests in Fox Hos, either…

    • BearGHAZI

      being fucked like an animal often brings one closer to god, so they say

  • Flashman

    If Schadenfreude were a chocolate eclair, this would be a chocolate eclair 52 feet long.

  • Hutch

    “On Monday, we learned the sleazy jizz rags….” Jizz rags?!? I thought those were face cloths! Augh!

    • Logic of Color

      Depends on what you are cleaning Jizz off of

    • The Wanderer

      No, they were Guy le Douche’s dream rags.

  • Sorry, Judge, but the “sure, I committed several crimes, but I had a really, really good reason for doing so…” defense only works if your net worth is over $100,000,000.

  • LarryHoudini

    Stop the presses!
    ABE VIGODA IS DEAD
    : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : ( : (

    • Now he is like Boris Karloff. :(

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      Tonight Fish sleeps with… uh, more fishes?

    • JustPixelz

      The only scene from that show I remember was Fish saying “Personnel says I’m dead” and Barney Miller replies “It’s probably a mistake.”

    • lucidamente

      Nothing personal, just business.

      —God

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      :(

    • jmk

      I am sad. :(

  • Quercus

    Why is it that going undercover to “expose” Planned Parenthood is “bonafide journalism” but going undercover to expose factory farms is the work of criminals? I’m very confused.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Well, the former is in the cause of punishing sluts. The latter is in the cause of holding cruel people responsible for their actions. You can see now how the latter might also include those perpetrating the former, do you not?

      • Quercus

        Thanks for Wonksplaining. It makes perfect sense now!

    • nmmagyar

      Because farmers are the backbone of our nation and only whores go to PP. Or something

  • Jason M

    Napolitano sure has become an asshole since Concrete Blonde broke up.

  • Blueb4sunrise

    I think that Devon Anderson is actually Wendy Davis.

  • SayItWithWookies

    Another rogue prosecutor following the facts instead of the governor’s lead — if this keeps up, we’ll turn into a nation of laws, not men. Oh, wait.

  • But they turned me into a newt!

    • Last Hussar

      You’ll get better

  • gilderbeast

    Karma’s a bitch and bitches like their healthcare

  • SuspectedDemocrat

    Judge Napolitano? I’d rather hear legal commentary from Judge Reinhold.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      “Do I look stupid to you?”

      “Yes, you do!”

      • bozilingus

        Does this make Napolitano the stupidest person on the face of the Earth?

        • Villago Delenda Est

          He’s got so much competition for that at Faux. Doocy alone is a formidable challenger.

        • FlownOver

          Well, he’s smart enough to cash FOX’s check.

    • Gleem-McShinez

      Set to the tune of “Moving In Stereo” by The Cars?

    • SnarkTank

      Backed by William Hung and the Hung Jury!

  • jesuswasablack

    “Judge Napolitano”

    What Judge Judy wasn’t available for comment?

    • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

      He sounds like a mascot for an ice cream brand.

  • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

    I almost always instantly reject any theory that relies on more than 2 people to collaborate, lie, and conceal. It applies here; it applies to the Stephen Avery case.

    Also too this is dumb.

    • Msmlg1979

      That documentry will ruin any faith you ever had in the justice system, won’t it? Scary and tragic.

      • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

        I think it highlights how corrupt local-level stuff really can be. We tend to hear or think of corruption belonging to the super rich and powerful but it can be in our backyard. Esp because local stuff is just easier to manipulate.

        If you’re looking for another dilemma-inducing whodunnit, try the series The Staircase on iTunes.

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Even in relatively “uncorrupt” places, there’s some greasing of skids on government contracts for friends of the County Commissioners, easing of environmental and land use rules for the benefit of big contributors, and so forth. Done pretty much in the open because this stuff isn’t nearly as fascinating as some celebrity’s sex life.

          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

            Makes me look twice at my small town neighbors, that’s for sure!;)

          • Jen_Baker_VA

            ya should. Backwater VA is infinitely more corrupt than city VA and that is sayin somethin

          • Greg Comlish

            Yeah, my high school love interest worked for the county clerk and by her own account she was complicit in embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of several years. The method was crude: issuing checks for “reimbursement” of bogus expenses that never accrued in the first place or that had already been reimbursed.

        • Msmlg1979

          Thank you for the recommendation. I love true crime. Would love to know who you think killed Teresa Halbach.

          Dean Strang and Jerry Buting were incredibly brilliant, and I’m not gonna lie, I’m in love with both of them.

          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

            OMG right?? Dream team.

            I ALSO LOVE TRUE CRIME so if you find something else, lmk. The Staircase is awesome, so if you watch it, lmk!

            As for who ACTUALLY KILLED HER, I think that’s the absolute hardest question to answer. I don’t think Brendan was involved. I don’t think Stephen Avery did it, although that’s not so much based on facts as… hunch? I honestly think he would have plead guilty to reduce his jail time. But I acknowledge that it is possible.

            A lot of ppl think the brothers, which is, I suppose, plausible. I definitely don’t think it was some big cop conspiracy; I think they saw an opportunity and ran with it. It seems like it should have been someone in/around the Avery area to have seen her and been able to take advantage of the opportunity. As weird as her bro and ex seem, I just don’t see them concocting some plan to kill her and also implicate Avery — why? So elaborate, so risky. I don’t think we’ll ever know, which is awful.

          • Msmlg1979

            I definitely believe it was someone who lived on the Avery compound. I lean toward Scott Tadych. We probably will never know, which makes me sad for Ms. Halbach, and drives me insane, although not as crazy as season one of Serial, from which I will never recover. If you haven’t listened to Serial, do it!

            I read a lot of true crime, and I highly recommend Ann Rule, particularly The Stranger Beside Me. You can’t go wrong with Ann Rule.

            I’m going to see if The Staircase is on my Google Play!

          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

            Serial S1 totally had me hooked. I listened through 2x and have thought about doing it again. I haven’t done S2 yet, kind of holding off so I’ll have something to look forward to.

            I really need to review the middle eps of MaM because it seems like the brother/Scott Tadych thing is the aspect of the case I’m haziest on, and most people I know think that’s the solution.

          • Msmlg1979

            I’m holding off on Serial season 2 as well. I’m not listening until it’s complete. I found The Staircase on Google play, and as soon as I listen, we will compare notes!

          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate
          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

            ugh dammit

          • eddi

            Save the GIF. Then come back and hit “Reply”. Use the image icon at the lower left to browse to where you saved the GIF. Hit save on the window that comes up and it will show up here just fine. Note: Disqus requires some characters in the comment field as well.

          • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

            Thank you for teaching me how to interweb. Embarrassing. :)

          • eddi

            Glad to help. I’ve had plenty of guidance myself. I just pass it on.

  • lucidamente

    You know else asked if this was a political hit job?

    • BigBoppa

      Moe Green?

    • jviscont1

      Mitt going toe to toe with Evander Hollyfield?

    • drbloor

      Charles Sumner?

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Vince Foster?

    • Mehmeisterjr

      Pete Rose?

  • Cismontane

    Didn’t iCarly base her entire presidential campaign around these fraud videos?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Well, that and her absolutely sterling record at HP.

      • Bitter Scribe

        Which is why she’s now at 2.2%

        (I think. She’s so low on the Real Clear Politics chart that her number keeps getting hidden by the date at the bottom.)

      • beatbort

        Not to mention her perfect, sexually satisfying marriage, to that guy who looks like an extra on Barney Miller.

      • Anarchy Pony

        And she’s tripling down on the antI abortion bullshit after this news came through.

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Why am I not surprised. We’re not going to let mere reality get in the way of the pandermobile, are we? Can we expect a thirsty statement from brother Marco soon, too?

          • beavertank

            True Conservatives™ know that reality is just a filthy liberal ploy intended to water down their beautiful conservative values. They’ll never give in to something like that.

    • jviscont1

      and the state of the 9th fleet.

  • DahBoner

    Absolutely. This is a political hit job.

    The sleazy jizz rag undercover mockumentary?
    https://media3.giphy.com/media/j1zuL4htGTFQY/200w_s.gif

  • jviscont1

    just proves a preoccupation with other people’s recreational sex has consequences.

  • Joe Beese

    The 538.com weighted polling averages in IA. Golly.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Doesn’t look good for ¡Heb!.

      Perhaps they need to burn another big pile of benjamins.

      • Joe Beese

        Well, he isn’t aiming any higher than top-6 in IA anyway. It’ll be the gang-stomping he’s gonna get in NH that may make him decide to spend more time with his family.

        But I feel like I’m present at one of those Moments In History. Those lunatic Republican voters are actually going to nominate Donald Fucking Trump and there doesn’t seem to be any force on earth able to stop them.

        • Jen_Baker_VA

          They can nominate him. He won’t win the general. If he tries to walk back his crazy to appeal to anyone marginally sympathetic, he loses his base. If he does not walk back the crazy, he is stuck with 90% of the GOP base (10% staying home and crying in their cheerioes) and that ain’t gonna get him over the hump of whichever D he is running against. It’ll be close like all of em are close, but the electorial collage will landslide toward the left. Again. Just like 4 years ago when we re-elected a sitting president who’s popularity numbers were in the low 40%.

          Assuming of course Democrats get out there and vote and one group does not sit out in spite of whomever gets the D nod. That would be key.

          • Biel_ze_Bubba

            Nothing will get out the Dem vote like a Trump candidacy.

          • Pinkham’s Law

            Not sure about that. People could feel so sure he can’t win that they, mistakenly, figure their vote isn’t important. If people think they can just stay home and gloat when the returns come in, there’s gonna be some seriously unhappy Dems at the end of the night.

          • eddi

            Your lips to your ex-boss’ ears.

          • deanbooth

            But his running mate could be, um, a “game changer”!

          • bozilingus

            Anybody else will pale in comparison.

          • Querolous

            You betcha!

          • Jenny

            I hope so, hopefully the economy doesn’t tank.

      • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

        I LOVE looking at the rise/fall in “real time” — those two weeks where they were neck and neck, what’s making the gap wider this time? Probably Trump actually being here a bunch.

        And selfishly, I think 538 best reflects what’s happening on the ground in Iowa. But in general I hate polls.

        • Joe Beese

          The exit polls may have something interesting to tell us. But it really seems to have been the birther nonsense that reversed the momentum.

          • Biel_ze_Bubba

            We all rolled our eyes and snickered at the idiocy of it . . . but Trump knows his audience.

          • Jen_Baker_VA

            What, easily duped, rabid, hostile and hate filled?

          • Whale Chowder

            …but enough about my extended family!

    • Quercus

      So Fiorina’s in 10th place? Ah. That’s just lovely.

      • Joe Beese

        Santorum is in zeroth place.

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Quite a contrast to his status four years ago, where he and the Rmoneytron were neck and neck.

          • The Wanderer

            Until Romney unveiled his “KILL IT WITH FIRE!” strategy, meaning he threw loads and loads of money at Ricky and finally buried.

        • Hutch

          Frothy Mix should be in negative territory soon.

        • Mavenmaven

          Running behind is where Santorum is usually found.

          • BehaveYrself

            Ew and bravo.

    • drbloor

      Looks like John and Carly are sitting next to each other on the Orange line to East Bumfuck.

      • The Wanderer

        I’ve been to East Bumfuck, and it’s a nice place. Too nice to spoil with the likes of Kasich and Failerrina.

  • Jeamonn

    Da fuck? Fox’s whole business model is a political hit job. Fuck these guys.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      As I am sure everyone in the Wonketariat is tired of me posting, it’s always projection.

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        Never tire of it, Villago. Must credit Villago.
        You need to have a meme or 60000000 with that line emblazoned on it for every situation that comes up

      • Gleem-McShinez

        You can’t say it enough.
        If you said it every single time they did it, you’d maybe be halfway through by the time the heat death of the universe happened.

    • Anarchy Pony

      IOKIYAR.

    • cat cafe

      These guys are incapable of anything but projection. Everything they say is literally a projection of what they are doing, thinking, or believing.

  • Jen_Baker_VA

    A republican DA following the orders of a Republican AG, following the further orders of a Republican Govenor….
    And it is some liberal plot XD Wingnuts don’t get stuff like fact. Good thing grand juries do

    • Max Newman

      It seems yet again the universe is determined to show that reality has a liberal bias.

      • eddi

        The universe is characterized by constant change within a frame of laws that apply to everything. It couldn’t be more liberal.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Who excluded Fox “News” viewers from the jury?

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        I am almost sure there were Fox News viewers on the Jury, it being Texas even in so called Blue Huston. Their problem was they were the type of viewers able to discern fact from fiction

        • lroom

          Discerning fact from fiction guarantees there were no Fox News watchers.

          • Pinkham’s Law

            Some people want to make sure they don’t live in an echo chamber. Others enjoy gawking at crazy people.

  • TheBidenator

    What makes me shudder in all of this is realizing the Andrew Napolitano used to be a judge…I mean this guy has already tried and convicted Planned Parenthood before the investigation even started and he wants to exonerate that scumbag Daleiden before the evidence against him is even disclosed….fuck me.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      Napolitano is too dense to realize that he’s following the Joe Stalin school of jurisprudence.

      • TheBidenator

        Imagine this douche when he was on the bench,
        Prosecutor: “Your honor this is the state of Texas v. Fartsucker and the state is charging Mr. Fartsucker with murder for shooting a black kid…”
        Napolitano: “Innocent!”
        Prosecutor: “But Your Honor, we haven’t even presented any evidence or formal charges”
        Napolitano: “I said innocent! Actually, prosecutor I want you to charge the victim as he was obviously in process of committing a crime at the time”
        Prosecutor: “But Your Honor, he was just walking home”
        Napolitano: “That’s it, contempt!”
        Scene

        • cat cafe

          It’s like the Nazi judges screaming at people who tried to call out the concentration camps as murder and had them dragged off and shot.

    • Whale Chowder

      He’s being well paid to take those positions and pander to the viewers.

  • Mavenmaven

    Everyone knows the “law” doesn’t apply to Real Americans.

    • Quercus

      Yup. Those red-blooded Bundy boys been proving that loud and clear.

      • lroom

        Yes they have.

  • E S

    These people should also be indicted for conspiracy to commit terrorism re Colorado Springs. My understand is that conspiracy has nothing to do with intention, but means you furthered the cause of a criminal act, even inadvertently. So if I mug a guy and tie him up, and you, coming by far after I had left, or thought of him, took advantage of his trussed up state by slitting his throat, I am just as guilty as you are for the murder. In this sense it seems very possible these lies conspired with the terrorist in Colorado.

    • Villago Delenda Est

      I understand where you’re coming from, and while I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Internet or Television, the thing is that I know enough about the law to say that proving that beyond a reasonable doubt is very difficult to do because even a reasonable doubt is very much in the eye of the beholder.

      • E S

        My august authority and wisdom comes from serving on a jury in a conspiracy trial 30 years ago. It involved a criminal who pick pocketed a man while he was taking a leak at the notoriously shady Penn Station Mens Room, already an attractive enterprise. About two minutes later, while being chased from the scene, the criminal fumbled the wallet and kept going without it. Another similarly attractive guy unrelated to him, spotted the wallet and thought he could get it because everyone was chasing the other guy, and pocketed it. Both were eventually caught. Unrelated. Both were charged with all the crimes: the guy who picked the wallet up was also guilty of pickpocketing. Very possibly I misunderstood the case, and you are perfectly right in saying it was hard to try. We ended up deliberating for 4 days in sequester, for what was a pretty minor crime, because all of us had trouble wrapping our brains about conspiracy.

        • Villago Delenda Est

          Yeah, this stuff is very tricky. I think a lot of prosecutors won’t go there because it’s highly dependent on getting the jury properly prepared to connect the dots when they’re spaced widely apart. Some juries might, and some juries won’t, and prosecutors will go for the slam dunk over the complicated pass around and layup. Too much can go wrong during the passing around part.

    • lroom

      At least someone should sue for slander every time they open their damn mouths.

  • calliecallie

    I would say that these people are all tools of the Devil, but I thought the Devil was supposed to be charming. Okay, they’re just tools, I guess.

    • Wee Mousie

      Even tools have a use. These a contriving contrivances.

  • beatbort

    Judge Neapolitan Ice Cream also believes that the landing on the moon in 1969 was actually staged in a TV studio in Burbank.
    Are we sure that “Judge” isn’t just his first name, and that he’s not really a robed member of the judiciary?

    • Hutch

      I prefer “Comodore” Napolitano goin’ down with the good ship Fox.

    • bupkus23

      He was a judge in the late 80s and early 90s in New Jersey. He resigned his seat in order to pursue more profitable activities ( Gee, if a judge in New Jersey can’t make a buck, where else does he have to go? )
      Continuing to give the man the title “Judge” is just unserious resume-inflation.

  • TheBidenator

    It’s always cute to see Fox try to disguise a right wing redirect and damage control as an interview….

    • Robyn Ryan

      1984….only the dates have changed…

      • CriticalDragon1177

        “Fox News” truly is Orwellian. So sorry I didn’t realize that much earlier.

      • cat cafe

        Oh, yes, from the very beginning of Fox News. It’s their playbook. Ignorance is strength, freedom is slavery, war is peace. To the letter. Not to mention “doublethink” and “newspeak.”

    • orygoon

      I just feel sorry for the WonkStaffer who has to follow Fox. I’m pretty sure they couldn’t pay me enough to go there.

  • jesuswasablack

    Poor FAUX news they just can’t get away with lying all the time, lets review just a few of the many manufactured lines of bullshit coming from that televised cesspool shall we:

    Obama’s not a citizen, sorry born in Hawaii not Canada
    Solyndra, investigated no charges, sorry
    Fast and Furious – actually started under W, investigated no charges, sorry
    IRS targets tea-tards, no targeting tax cheats, investigated no charges, sorry
    Benghazi, imagine Americans get killed in the middle east by terrorists, investigated no charges, sorry
    Planned Parenthood actually tried to get PP personnel locked up, prosecutors decided to charge the pro-life loons instead!

    hahahaha you fucking ignorant tea-tards keep watching FAUX, you’ll be left behind and never know what happened!

    • Villago Delenda Est

      It’s a pity there was no Faux Noise in 1992 to jump on the Whitewater bandwagon and add that to their resume of non-scandal scandals.

      • revenant

        have heard that it’s founding was partly in response to “Whitewater”, because apparently the corporate media was, despite their servile practice of amplifying every lie and slander from the get-Clinton camorra, still too independent for the RWNJs.
        sort of like the way the Washington Times (the Moonie paper) was started by Sun Myung Moon at the request of Richard Nixon, because the corporate media of his day sometimes failed to present 100% RW propaganda.

    • pat tolle

      @ jesuswasablack- you forgot him being the first president I can recall being asked about college grades and an attempt to make his college transcripts an issue.

  • Jeamonn

    As far as wing nut tears go these are legendary. Fruity with a flowery aroma, followed by a robust aftertaste of fresh spring schadenfreude.

    • Tony Alexander

      *guzzle-guzzle-glug-glug…burrrrrrrrrrrrrrp!!!!*

  • Here’s some fun poop about Lt. Gov. “Patrick”. (Srsly. Not his birth name.)

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    Fucks Gnus lies to its viewers – and that’s how we end up with 1/3 of the electorate believing crazy shit that’s divorced from reality. Worst thing imaginable for a democracy, and those fuckers are doing it deliberately.

    • Pickwicknext

      Gnu libelz!!! Gnus are too adorable to be associated with this

      • Wee Mousie

        Fucks Noose: It’s twisted and knotted and hangs in a tree, but it IS deadly.

    • Robyn Ryan

      States sabotage their residents’
      educations..

      • cat cafe

        The Koch brothers have used a lot of their influence to stop civics from being taught in schools. It’s part of the non-funding of education. It isn’t actually related to the student rebellions but to the John Birch movement.

  • Being neighbors with these people must be a nightmare.

    “Um, could you please stop parking in my space?”
    “I don’t know what you’re talking about. I wasn’t even in town this weekend.”
    “…yes you were. I saw you, like, three times on Saturday.”
    “WHY ARE YOU POLITICIZING THE ISSUE?!?!”

    • Quercus

      Don’t forget to throw in a little religious freedom!

      • DahBoner

        “I swear to God I don’t know what you’re talking about…”

      • cat cafe

        “And you parked in front of my car all day Sunday!” “Well WHY WEREN’T YOU IN CHURCH?” “Even if I wanted to go to church, I couldn’t have, because you were parked in front of my car.” “Sure, that’s what the government WANTS you to believe, sheeple.”

    • Land Shark

      needs moar spittle.

  • fawkedifiknow

    Political prosecutions for thee, but not for me, is what hair- slick Napolitano means to say.

  • Vegetablebrothel

    I’m so angry that I can’t be sanctimoniously angry!

  • DoILookAmused2u ?

    I am shocked that a group with a history of making libellous videos with strong ties to an organization that includes convicted terrorists …

    did something illegal? Get out.

    • Pat_Pending

      I am shocked that gambling has been going on in this establishment.

      Here are your winnings…

  • Sir Derf

    Amen, sister!

  • Odd Jørgensen

    “they’re using tax dollars to kill babies and sell their body parts.”

    3 proven lies in a 12 word sentence, if this is not cause for a libel suit, what is?

    • lroom

      Please please make this happen somebody!

    • TheBidenator

      Wingnuts beat off to those 12 words in furious circle jerks…it’s almost like the white nationalist 12 words in its bizarre clarity.

    • Pinkham’s Law

      I’m not seeing 3 lies, only two. They do get tax dollars, they just don’t use that money for “killing babies”. Could someone hit me (gently, please!) with a cluebat about what I’m missing?

      • Odd Jørgensen

        Can you name 1 baby that has been killed by PP? No you can`t, because they are NOT KILLING ANY FUCKING BABBIES!!!11!!

        • Pinkham’s Law

          Hence, I put it in quotes. While it is more correctly a fetus, it is common to refer to an unborn fetus as “a baby,”especially in casual conversation. If you feel that constitutes a lie in this situation, cool. I see it as a rhetorical flourish, obviously used for its emotional impact, but not out of line.

          • Odd Jørgensen

            Correct, in casual conversation such as . Oh, you`re having a baby? Asking people if they are having a fetus would be somewhat out of place, just as it is out of place to say “I`m off to the good doctor to kill this baby here” when you`re having an abortion.

          • Pinkham’s Law

            But, “What are you going to do – have the baby, give it up for adoption, or will you have an abortion?,” wouldn’t be an outrageous question(obviously requires right person+situation). Abortion is an emotionally charged subject. While a bit disingenuous, I understand why they would prefer, and use, the word “baby” rather than “fetus.” I understand why the pro-choice folks don’t want them to – it’s very effective.

            Also, I find it difficult to call this a lie, when it is a major part of the disagreement. When does “life” begin. They believe it begins in the womb, not at birth. Therefore, as far as they are concerned, that fetus IS a babby. It’s really not fair to call your opponent a liar for stating the basis of their argument, unless you can prove that their position is wrong, *and* that they know it.

          • Odd Jørgensen

            according to their bible, life begins at first breath, so they can`t use the religious excuse without being dishonest, which never stops them though. Lying for Jebus™ is an old tradition they hold to dearly.

          • Pinkham’s Law

            “according to their bible, life begins at first breath.” I was not aware of that – hadn’t read that deeply into the Bible. Do you happen to have book, chapter, verse to hand? Not a gotcha question, honestly curious, since you seem well versed in the matter.

            Even ruling out the religious angle, it seems a rhetorical device that is, really, quite reasonable for a discussion so emotionally charged. Do you have an explanation for why this should be disallowed?

            BTW, I’m really not trying to be a pain in the ass. I’m quite enjoying the opportunity to discuss in more than sound byte fragments.

          • Odd Jørgensen
          • Pinkham’s Law

            Thank you!

          • malsperanza

            This business of what people “believe”: there are people who believe that climate change is a hoax. They are not welcome to believe whatever they want. Science makes these calls. This is why the word for fetus is “fetus,” and the word for a born kid is “baby.”

          • Pinkham’s Law

            From dictionary.com:
            1.
            a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.

            They can be wrong without being liars.*

            *Pedantry can be so much fun!

          • malsperanza

            No, “Oh, you’re having a baby?” is a grammatical elision of “Oh, you’re [going to have] a baby [in the future]?”

            If it were referring to a baby currently inside you, it would be, “Oh, you have a baby?” But you don’t yet have a baby, so that’s not what people say.

            This is also why a period does not = a miscarriage and a miscarriage does not = manslaughter or require a death certificate.

            Because there is no baby.

          • pat tolle

            @Malsperanza- correce needs none of that. and the medical professiont. Babies need fed, burped and their diapers changed frequently whereas what comes before needs none of that. and the medical profession terms miscarriages “spontaneous abortions”.

  • Blerg

    Just when I’d given up any hope of justice in this world…

  • cheetojeebus

    I think one can pinpoint where they went wrong quite easily. They neglected to dress up like a 70s sitcom pimps for the interviews they did.

  • Lefty Frizzell

    Napolitano is straight out saying that the prosecutor ordering the grand jury to indict PP is not political, the prosecutor ordering the grand jury to indict CMP is politcal, and the prosecutor not ordering any indictments, just letting the GJ listen to the evidence, is impossible.

    That’s what he’s saying, right?

    Based on not having been there, and not having seen or heard any of the evidence except the videos? Videos, the veracity of which is the dispute that makes up the entire case?

    It’s time to dig up that great, great phrase from a couple of weeks ago – “emasculating burlesque ride of fail”.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      It is always a plot if it does not go the way we want it to.
      -New GOP motto

      • lroom

        New?!

    • Villago Delenda Est

      It’s not like that asshole Frist didn’t diagnose Terry Shiavo via videotape, now is it?

  • TheBidenator

    Ya know, Nazi Germany had judges like Andrew Napolitano and everyone knew that if you were not a Nazi Party member, lube yourself up because you’re going to get screwed. I’m just saying, this guy may be the worst Judge I have ever heard of….talk about ripping the blindfold off Lady Justice and then popping her left eye out.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      It’s not True Murrican Justice if you do not pronounce your decision before you hear any evidence at all.
      And here you thought that was just for the common man :D

      • eddi

        Welcome back our old friend Judge Lynch.

    • revenant

      they had a legal doctrine called “volksgericht” (“people’s justice”), under which anyone could be convicted of anything, regardless of law or evidence; all you needed was to have a Nazi decide you were guilty of whatever and haul you before a “people’s court”. doesn’t sound at all familiar, does it, “Judge” Napolitano?

  • TheBidenator

    “We must go where the evidence leads us,”
    This statement is to Fox News as holy water is to a vampire…

    • Tony Alexander

      *”We must go where the our evidence leads us,”*

      fify!!!

      • cat cafe

        We must go where we pre-decided it should go, irrespective of any evidence! Evidence is lies! Ignorance is knowledge! War is Peace!

        • Tony Alexander

          evidence? we don’t need no stinking evidence!

  • SK

    KELLY: So does this sound like a political hit job? Or what is this?

    So, the respectable, objective journalist is bleeding out of her wherever, eh?

    Talk about leading the witness the judge!

  • Rick Hill

    Which is why it’s so important to keep electing republicans. Make the laws apply to the people they want. Use their power to punish people who don’t vote for them. Let the grown ups run the country and make America great again!

  • Robyn Ryan

    They are not denying ‘healthcare.’ They are denying citizens control over their own bodies. Slavery. 3/5s citizens whose Constitutional rights are less than those of a sperm.

  • chicken thief

    Has anyone done the “this has to go to trial – the case has Merritt” joke yet?

  • Gleem-McShinez

    Whew! After that indictment of those other liars, it’s good to see someone stepping up to show people are still able to lie and distort with impunity. LIE STRONG, JUDGE NAPOLITANO

  • chicken thief

    They should’a put mah main man Louie Gohmert in charge of the investigation. He used to be a judge and would surely find Planned Parenthood guilty of all charges because Jesus said.

    • orygoon
      • chicken thief

        All these fucking loons running for Preznit aren’t helping mah main man out at all. He’s starting to sound down right sane in comparison. But he is just as full of shit:

        “Ted Cruz has got a bunch of members of Congress, solid conservatives, a
        whole bunch of them that have come out and endorsed Ted,” he said. “I’m
        not aware of anybody in the House that has endorsed Trump.”

        Really, Louie? Name one current Senator that has endorsed Cruz. That Mike Lee guy that is always licking Ted’s taint probably will, but I don’t know that he has yet.

        • TheBidenator

          He has wrapped his prezinential ties around his neck a bit too securely lately for auto erotic asphyxiation, hasn’t he?

        • Damian L

          “Licking Teds taint” I had to read that right before supper,Gee thanks!

        • Left Coast Tom

          Besides…the GOP establishment is warming up to Trump not because they like him, or because they want any Senators to have to run with Trump on top of the ticket…they hate that. They’re just not quite sure how disastrous Trump would be, but know full well how disastrous Cruz would be.

          • chicken thief

            To that point, Trump, in a rare policy rant, was advocating price negotiation for prescription drugs last night noting how much it would save Medicare and Medicaid. The horror… the horror…..

  • AnOuthouse

    Is Carly on suicide watch or still doubling down on her lies?

    • Villago Delenda Est

      She’s tripling down on them.

    • clubseal

      The parts of her lies are squirming on the table. I have video.

      • cleos_mom

        Still. Yelling. Despite. Face. Frozen.

    • Left Coast Tom

      Carly, and her lies, are one. Just like Sauron and the ring.

  • Gleem-McShinez

    “So does this sound like a political hit job? Or what is this?”

    Thank you Megyn, for your accurate review of 13 Hours.

    • clubseal

      The Clubseal Most Accurate Review(tm) of 13 Hours: “Bullshit propaganda.”

  • CriticalDragon1177

    Speaking of Abortion Guys, Wonkette, seriously needs to do a story on this! It combines two of the things Wonketters love about the American far right, racism, and the desire to control women’s bodies. Oh and its about Florida, America’s craziest state.

    Florida anti-abortion hearing turns racist: ‘White culture’ dies if women are ‘outside the home not having babies’
    http://www.rawstory.com/2016/01/fl-anti-abortion-hearing-turns-racist-white-culture-dies-if-women-are-outside-the-home-not-having-babies/

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Dear fucking universe,
      you can quit it now. We’re good with the crazy, no need to go ramping it up another notch every day or so
      Sincerely,
      Jen

      • CriticalDragon1177

        Sorry the universe, doesn’t exactly care what we want, if it did, I could eat pizza every day, and stay in shape and not get fat without exercising.

        • Jen_Baker_VA

          Nonsense. Your pizza argument rather strongly suggests that not only does the Universe care what we want, it has a really perverse sense of humour. IE, it makes sure we can’t get what we want.
          But if we try sometimes, we just might find, we get what we need

    • zanzibar_buckbuck_mcfate

      Sweet jesus. What is happening with the white nationalism shit that’s revving up lately?? UNREAL.

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        Black president. Been ramping up pretty hard core for 7 years now.
        Well, it was always there, but now there is a figurehead besides Sharpton to nail to the proverbial burning cross

        • cleos_mom

          That’s a mild reaction compared to the one if we get the first female President next year. The hate will be ramping up on the left as well as the right.

      • It’s the 1930s again and they started without you. :-/

    • m3bosha

      Beyond the cray cray of that story with the white womenz must stay home and shuck puppies every 9 months is the fact Floriduhhhh actually passed the no abortion thing. Even though it is completely unconstitutional and will cost the tax payers all the moniez when it is challenged in court and will no doubt be thrown out. Le sigh.

      • cmd

        It only got through the first committee and would have to get through two more to even get to the House floor. Apparently this rep has introduced the same bill 7 times and it has never even gotten a hearing until this year. Some think it got a hearing as a courtesy to the guy, who will be term limited from ever introducing it again. http://www.tbo.com/news/florida/committee-passes-bill-that-would-ban-nearly-all-abortions-ap_florida5c8b85906ff545d8bb3f926d0230c8fc

        • CriticalDragon1177

          Thanks for the clarification. Glad it didn’t pass. I should have looked it up before replying to M3bosha.

          • cmd

            Well, the only reason I know all that is that we were listening to that subcommittee hearing at work up till about 5 (for the basic criminal justice stuff) and then I heard about this bill on the radio this morning and, even though I was sort of tuning in and out of the hearing I thought, how did I miss that. So I looked it up this morning and we figured this happened after we turned it off. I would be surprised if even Florida goes so far as to get it past where is.

      • CriticalDragon1177

        Worse case scenario is that it isn’t somehow. The anti abortion “pro life” movement has been slowly chipping away at Roe. The far right has been far more successful there, than they have been at either rolling back gay rights, or bringing back mandatory school prayer.

      • Grokenstein

        “It’s them welfare queens what’re bleedin’ us dry!!”

        • lroom

          Oregon Assholes libulz!

    • cleos_mom

      That’s one of the stock arguments against doing anything about overpopulation: not enough white babies.

      • CriticalDragon1177

        Off course that only stands a chance of convincing you, if you’re a white racist.

        • cleos_mom

          Which adds up to quite a large mailing list.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Unfortunately, Although thankfully, not as large as it would have been in the early twentieth century when we still had state mandated segregation and the Klan was at the height of its popularity.

          • cleos_mom

            I recall the early 1960s clearly and even then, it was startling how socially acceptable the KKK had been.

  • orygoon

    Sore losers, huh?

    • eddi

      The sorest. Nobody at Fox will be able to sit comfortably for a week.

  • bupkus23

    Once again, the “conservative” rhetoric is laced with violent imagery – “hit job”. How soon before we see our next Robert Deer? Freakin’ Kelly and Napolitano don’t even have the basic decency to add “…with votes” to their call for someone in their audience to hit DA Anderson and any Harris Co. resident who may look like they were on that grand jury.
    Fix News needs to be held to account for the ravings of their favorite blatherers. How?

  • ryp

    Just wait until Trey Gowdy is indicted for leaking top secret emails off of Hillary’s server.

    • CriticalDragon1177

      Wouldn’t be surprised, these dishonest anti abortion fanatics are not going to give up very easily.

  • tehbaddr

    This is a relief. I was beginning to suspect the big boxes of mixed Planned Parenthood Baby Parts hors d’oeuvres I’ve been buying contained chicken, or some lesser meat instead of actual baby parts!

    • Gary Charound

      They’re umbilicious!

  • Aileen

    So, just so I’m clear, the grand jury in this case either performed a political hit job or was used as a tool by the prosecutor to perform one, but the grand juries in the Darren Wilson / Micheal Brown case and the Tamir Rice case, they were serving up a nice slice of justice pie, right?

    • kaydenpat

      You got it. That’s Rightwing logic for you.

  • Me not sure

    1. State Attorneys General (mostly Republican) from all over the country conduct investigations into their state chapters of Planned Parenthood. No evidence of wrongdoing found. No charges filed.
    2. Several House committees hold extensive hearings where witnesses are badgered and defamed. No evidence of legal violations found.
    3. The DA in Houston (a Republican appointee) presents the evidence to a grand jury and again no finding of wrongdoing on the part of Planned Parenthood, but indictments against Daleiden and Merritt.
    4. Every credible independent expert who looked at the videos has said that they were deceptively edited.
    5. The recipients of the fetal tissue (not “baby parts” ) said that the only payments made were to cover the not inconsequential costs of shipping and handling those tissue samples safely and legally.
    6. Abortions are legal and constitutionally protected.
    7. Patients are within their rights under the law to donate these tissues for research purposes.
    What does it take to convince the American public that this was a deliberate lie and a criminal conspiracy from day one?

    • zerosumgame0005

      has to fit on a bumper sticker, or post a meme

      kinda sad ain’t it…

    • What “American public”? Anyone sensible is convinced. What you’re referring to are people who have made a conscious choice to put tribal loyalty/poltiical bigotry above evidence, facts and logic. You know, fascists.

      • Me not sure

        Well, I do live in the south. Proudly rejecting rationality for three centuries.

        • Riley Whodat Venable

          Sadly it is no longer just us down South.

          • Me not sure

            The torch has been passed.

        • alwayspunkindrublic

          War of Northern Aggression libel!!11!

          • Me not sure

            Do you mean the recent unpleasantness? I get the vapors just thinking about our brave boys and how they suffered.

          • alwayspunkindrublic

            Hireling Union scum!

        • cleos_mom

          But in the mid-19th century, when the civil war was in full flower (and decades before) there was enough disagreement about slavery to go to war over it but absolutely no disagreement whatsoever about race. The notion that nonwhites were born inferior to whites, and possibly weren’t quite the same species, was so socially acceptable it was taken for granted; and this is clear in primary sources: newspapers, magazines, diaries, letters, even schoolbooks. The current health of the virus of racism is in part due to the now-centuries long Grand Delusion of racism being a regional problem and not a systemic one.

    • kaydenpat

      Some of us get it. I hope people are donating $$$ to keep PP strong. Their legal fees must be quite high with all they’re going through.

      • OldMayfly

        So true, kaydenpat. I give my very modest donation monthly–“many and often fills the pot.” I consider it my dues for free American womanhood.

    • Snopes Shop

      For Donald Trump to say it?

      • Me not sure

        American politics has become a lot like a game of darts without a board. Anyone is free to throw in any direction they please and nobody cares about the score.

        • eddi

          And care less who gets hurt in the melee. As long as the Rebs can declare they are winning.

  • SullivanSt

    I wonder if Napolitano teaches his students at Brooklyn Law School that they should make outrageous accusations about the content of indictments they have not read, or that lawyers’ politics should trump the evidence and the law, or that the identity of the victim should play a crucial part in the decision of whether or not to prosecute a crime.

    I wonder what Brooklyn Law School thinks of him saying all of this on national television. If he still practiced law I’d probably file a complaint with the New York State Bar Association.

    • lroom

      Yes! They should not support him in any way after this and I would definitely not send my kid to school knowing this is what they have for teachers. That kinda thing hardly ever happens though.

      • alnnc

        If they decided to fire him, he’d just go to Liberty University. They are much closer to his ideology anyway. He would fit right in.

    • rachelmap

      Seriously, it makes one wonder whether Brooklyn Law School is really a law school.

  • Walter Wellstone

    The sad part is that Fox is only taking that position because there’s advertising money in doing so. They know full well that there lots of stupid fucks out there who will want to watch them say these things because it fuels their rage. I seriously doubt most people at Fox give a flying fuck about any of this–or anything else. There may be some true believers working there and those are the ones who don’t need convincing to stay up late editing footage or cleaning up the studio for free as they think they’re contributing to the cause. The rest are probably there because they get paid to be there. That is the saddest part of this whole thing–how the Fox loyalists watching get taken and swindled and milked for keeping their TVs on and watching while Ailes and Murdoch make millions off of their stupidity. I almost feel sorry for the Fox News viewers but then I realize most are despicable pieces of shit and all I can say is “fuck them.”

    • rachelmap

      “Nihilists! Fuck me. I mean, say what you want about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it’s an ethos.”

      • Walter Wellstone

        “And let’s also not forget, Dude, that keeping wildlife, an amphibious rodent, for uh, domestic, you know, within the city — that ain’t legal either.”

  • Paul Scarpelli

    Napolitano is so stupid he doesn’t even know the difference between “inject” and “interject.”

  • Beaumarchais?

    That they went to “It’s political!” so fast means they know they’ve lost and now have to change the argument. The great thing about this indictment is that it forces all the
    advocates to react, because quite likely now it’ll be
    proven in a court of law that the whole thing was a lie and their reputations will be damaged.

    Other lies do their damage and if someone disproves them later, no one’s paying any attention.

    • kaydenpat

      I’m hoping that PP wins its lawsuit against the videographers too. That should cause massive head explosions on the Right.

  • Duke

    Lying sacks of shit sputtering that their pious ends justify their sack-of-shit means.

    Sorry. American values say that you do the right thing and don’t lower yourself by saying the other people are enough worse that your sickening behavior doesn’t matter.

    Right, Dick? Still having those delusions that torturing bad guys works. We know it makes you all tingly. That’s the real point, isn’t it: the tingle of being “better” and excusing your criminal acts because of it.

  • obadiahorthodox

    I am an Atheist and have for years relied on P.P. for my fresh babies for lunch. WOO HOO!

  • GDF

    Fauxnews…bullshit, bullshit, bullshit…and thanks for listening you inbred, imbecilic sons of bitches, oh, and by the way the Koch brothers stole your savings and pledged the money to Trump while you were sleeping. The American public…rubes so extraordinary that the “Flat Earth” theory (™) is making a 21st century resurgence. You cannot make up Stupid as dumb as us.

  • clubseal

    So when a grand jury doesn’t indict a white cop for shooting an unarmed black man, it’s the justice system working as intended. When a grand jury doesn’t indict one’s favorite political target, the system is awry. Gotcha.

    • kaydenpat

      You’ve got it!

    • cleos_mom

      Karma keeps good records.

  • Grokenstein

    So, if I were to take video of Judge Napolitano’s rant and switch out the audio with a high-pitched, girlish voice keening, “I like to murder babies and cook babies and eat babies, oh, yes I doooooo!,” would that be all the evidence Judge Napolitano needed to sentence Judge Napolitano to the electric chair for his evil deeds?

  • kareemachan

    *Real* journalists don’t take the 5th when asked about their activities, either.

  • xy

    is it possible to hit Fox with an EMP bomb and blow out all their electronics so they can never go on air again?

    • handyhippie65

      but i like the simpsons, but i like your idea, but…oh crap, can it just be fox news?

  • 451 Byrnes

    My question is for blondie blonderton from blondesville. How do you stomache this? Does the peroxide just straight up rot your brain? I realize the Fox blonde crew can’t actually answer, but maybe there is a sympathetic scientist or a brunette who can help out here?

    • Because they pay her really well and invite her to cool parties, duh.

      • blaid droog

        Faux. Cool parties ? Shirley you jest.

  • Paperless Tiger

    Good. I’m about sick of these private sector sting operations. They pretend to be journalists, but they’re really just vigilantes trying to set people up and casually breaking laws in the process. Hold them to the letter of the law.

    • kaydenpat

      It worked so well with ACORN.

  • Relativicus

    Napolitano almost — allllll-most — covered all the butthurt, but he missed the best one:

    PP has really fucked up now [by forcing/buying off/blackmailing/etc. the grand jury. All of their crimes will be revealed during the discovery phase of Daleiden’s one-man production of “The Dreyfus Affair” (but far worse because Christian). And THEN! Ohhhhhh boy, and then they’ll be exposed!

    • William_C_Diaz

      J’Accuse, y’all!

      Have a great day!

      Edit PS Can we call Napolitano ‘Emil Zoloft’?

      • Who is this Jack Hughes? Another Republican commentator?

        • eddi

          Related to Jack Dofph.

  • alwayspunkindrublic

    Who you gonna believe…me or your lyin’ eyes? The Fox/wingnut aversion to reality is stunning. I’m reminded of the ’12 election night.

    • kaydenpat

      When Rove had a meltdown because President Obama won Ohio? That was hilarious.

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        Is this journalism you Republicans do to make yourselves feel better?

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        That’s the one. I actually switched over to Fox-for the first time in my life-for a little schadenfreude. It was better than I could’ve imagined.

      • cleos_mom

        The pre-returns gloating and subsequent reaction on Breitbart was even better!

  • Angela Ruzzo

    I know that Wonkette does not allow comments, and has strict rules about the comments they don’t allow, but I really can’t help myself here. . . I have this mental fantasy. . . Daleiden. . . 5th Avenue. . . Trump. Connect the dots.

    • Left Coast Tom

      You want someone to fire votes?

      • Angela Ruzzo

        Whatever it takes.

  • Suse

    Snarly is outraged to the max and is going to do something about it!

    • bseifried

      Secretly become the head of PP and bring it down from within?

  • William Turner

    Have you verified that he’s bipedal? I would have assumed he slithered like a snake. I mean, well, duh.

  • Riley Whodat Venable

    Sometimes I am proud to live in Houston.

  • Jenny

    Oh they just need some hugs for all their hurt fee fees!

    https://youtu.be/Rcnlmc2B29g

  • kaydenpat

    Republicans can never admit that they are wrong — somehow they’re always in the right. Facts be damned.

    • OldMayfly

      That is because Right-Wingers reason backwards–i.e. “We are right, and you are wrong/sinful/whatever. Therefore, the verdict is against you and we are vindicated.

  • Matt Jones

    “Real journalists do not make deceptive home videos with stock footage”

    More to the point, “real journalists” don’t forge paperwork to make fake companies in highly-regulated industries…

  • therblig

    nuke it from orbit. … It’s the only way to be sure.

  • SessileRaptor

    For anybody who can’t read between the lines, if given the power and opportunity these types would set up kangaroo courts and show trials in a hot second. Nobody would be safe, and those FEMA camps they’re always on about? That’s called projection, they’re attributing to their enemies the actions they’d take if given the chance.

  • Bobby P

    Once more the end justifies the means, for these people. According to them, lying for Jesus isn’t really lying, it’s saving souls.

  • Quercus
    • Ducksworthy

      Fini Finicum Funt

    • Pinkham’s Law

      WHAT! Damn. Very cool. Shame somebody got shot, but I guess that’s a risk they took. Gonna go read more.

    • Pinkham’s Law

      Appears to be one dead (that sux. he may deserve it himself, but there are people who loved him still here to suffer the loss) and six arrested, per Oregon Live.

      • blaid droog

        He bought his ticket. He said he wanted to go down in flames. Sounds like he got what he asked for. The people who loved him, tough shit. Prolly just like him.

        • Takoma DC

          True. I think there’s a good chance the deceased was mentally ill. He abandoned his foster children and then complained about the State removing them from the home. His concern wasn’t so much the childten’s welfare as much as the checks that had stopped coming in.

    • Pinkham’s Law

      Press release from the FBI. OregonLive.com seems to be the best place for info right now. Thanks for the heads up, Quercus!

      • Quercus

        I saw that. Just wish they’d nabbed ole’ Nipple Flag, Jon Ritzheimer, while they were at it.

        • Pinkham’s Law

          Your wish is my command: “Several hours later, Jon Ritzheimer, 32, a key militant leader, surrendered to police in Arizona on the conspiracy charge.”

          • Quercus

            Ah. My evening is complete. Thank you, sir or madam.

          • Pinkham’s Law

            You are most welcome. *curtseybows*

      • Pinkham’s Law

        Per the livestream, sounds like a BUNCH of people arrested!

        • Takoma DC

          A BUNCH of white criminals were arrested. It took months. Unlike law abiding black and brown people, law enforcement can’t figure out how to arrest law breaking officer threatening pale-skinned folks quickly.

          • Now, now, they were too busy trying to force little Muslim girls to leave who pose “a danger to the country” to worry about the armed violence-prone criminals

    • Pinkham’s Law
      • Pinkham’s Law

        Appears to be hosted by a “Tori Proffer,” whoever that may be.

      • Quercus

        Youtube Pete Santilli “show” – no video but lots of comments by militia supporters gossiping about events.

    • eddi

      ??? I’m sorry one got killed. But that was a risk when you play a game of soldiers with real guns.

      • Takoma DC

        Self-fulfilling prophecy for dead guy.

  • malsperanza

    Even if the women are Republicans, they are women first. They put their women agenda ahead of their Republican loyalty. YOU CANNOT TRUST WOMEN EVER.

    Glad we cleared that up, Now, who’s gonna tell Carly Fiorina and Ted Cruz’s Goldmany Sachsy wife?

  • bobbert

    I’m a bit late here, but this is another example of why I really do not like Megyn Kelly even a tiny little bit, despite the occasions where her self-interest accidentally intersects the public interest.

    …..KELLY: So does this sound like a political hit job? Or what is this?

    Go fuck yourself, you fucking sociopath.

    • OctopiRage

      As lawyers they should know you can’t lead a witness, but this is alternate reality so it’s all good.

    • Takoma DC

      Yes yer correct but she’s so purdy.

    • BigHorn

      But today, don’t you root for her just a little bit against that shit heap T-Rump? I just hope Faux doesn’t cave, keeps her there, and the orange mold isn’t heard from for an evening.

  • Enfant Terrible

    The CMP videos were “political hit jobs”.

    Projection is most common among those who lack self-awareness.

    /FFS

    • Dr. Krieger IRL

      “Projection is most common among those who lack self-awareness.”
      I love what that implies about people like Kim Davis and Huck!

  • jviscont1

    in response Ben & Jerry have pulled their Napolitano flavor product.

  • Diane T.

    “Blood-stained swizzle dick Daleiden is bitch squealing…”

    I think I understand now why my professors in journalism school were so big on learning to avoid editorializing. While this is a delightfully written turn of phrase and my reporter hat is off to this writer, I really don’t give any f***ks at all what the writer’s opinion is and I think it just weakens the writing to put this little juvenile, name-calling hissyfit in there. That Fox is shitting its pants over the indictments going the other way is pure schadenfreude and speaks for itself. Why bother with the name calling? It’s like a high-school kid wrote this. I wish this had been written as a straight hard-news story, but I’ve come to realize that journalism is dead, there are no standards for writing on the internet, and any asshole with a keyboard can call themselves a reporter. I want my money for J-school back.

    • DinkyBossetti

      Ok, but Wonkette isn’t a “straight hard-news” kind of site. It’s more of a dick joke emporium for people who like their dick jokes to be politically-themed. For this audience, the juvenile name-calling does not weaken the writing; it is part of its charm. It’s not for everyone, and that’s fine. To complain that journalism is dead because a writer on Wonkette engaged in the customary writing style of this website is to miss the point.
      I’d ask for my money back, too, if my j-school education left me unable to discern whether or not I was reading a site that has straight non-editorialized news versus something like Wonkette.

      • Diane T.

        I totally understand what kind of site it is. I’m complaining about journalism not just because of one writer on Wonkette, but because of all the “journalism” I see, even on hard-news sites.

        • bluicebank

          Well you joined the once-storied field of journalism about 35 years too late. By the time USA Today began McNewsing the shit out of dailies everywhere, and beats when dark elsewhere, was about the time to bail. I was there.

          You didn’t join a sinking ship. It done sunk and has nestled itself comfortably in a trench somewhere in the Atlantic.

          • Diane T.

            Well, I joined it in the 80s, so that was pre-USA Yesterday. It was just sinking as I got started. I now work in another area of publishing that is also not just sinking, she’s shifting and listing too!

    • Lord-Nash

      Concern troll is concerned.

    • bluicebank

      “I want my money for J-school back.”

      You have my vote. You didn’t get even a 101 class on how to investigate whether you’re commenting in, say, an Esquire genre publication, or in this case a Spy type filled with snark, sarcasm, dokturd pics, and dick jokes in response to news, rumors and allegedlies?

      • Diane T.

        Oh, honey, there was no internet when I was in J-school. There were clear, delineated lines between hard news and everything else and back then, people didn’t get to talk back to the news source. I think that’s a good thing, mind you.

        • Foxbite

          On what planet was this again? Community response has *always* been a vital part of journalism, even back in the dirty linotype press and wirephoto/facsimile days.

    • BigHorn

      There’ll generally bee a grandma error or too also. This reporter sez hang on!

    • mrpuma2u

      I get where you’re coming from, but the interesting lead sentence prose is what this website is all about. Welcome to wonkette.

      • Diane T.

        Thanks. I’m a Gawker/Jezebel refugee. Bunch of their best writers came here, so I followed them. #FanGirl

        • Peripatetic Poltroon

          Welcome aboard. We’re all about the snark here. Just don’t post comments; they’re not allowed.

    • grageo

      It’s apparent that you’ve never been here before. This isn’t a newspaper, it’s one big snarky editorial – hence the “editorializing.”

      • Foxbite

        Lucky for her comments aren’t allowed anyway.
        (did I do that right? Someone Scooby Snack me if so!)

    • OrdinaryJoe

      Journalism is dead. Died with Charles Foster Kane. This is Woneritaville. We come here for the editorial snark. When I want objective, unbiased, uneditorialized journalism, I go read…….well……uh……hmmmmm. Oh fuk. Just come here.

    • edith prickly

      Juvenile name-calling is the Wonkette house style. Not to everyone’s taste, yes, but some of us prefer it to the staid “he said-she said” straight news formula – in which it is bad form to point out that right-wing hacktivists like Daleiden (and James O’Queef) are mendacious fuckbags bent on destruction. Or the tedious effusions of lazy, overpaid careerists who haven’t had an original thought in decades *cough* Friedman! Dowd! Brooks! *cough*

      All that to say that when a right-win con job backfires as spectacularly as this one did, there will be guffawing and name-calling on yr Wonkette. We expect no less.

      • Foxbite

        You get ALL the fucking snaps for “mendacious fuckbags.”

    • Incidentally, those schools tended to “avoid editorializing” so that they can turn out media personalities wishy-washy and non-threatening enough to attend the cocktail parties of thier subjects (how else can you get enough access to uncritically rely information that “both sides do it?”)

      And, as various Wonkette sweatshop workers…er I mean “employees” have stated, most if thier stories are carefully researched (and thoroughly and expediently corrected when they are not) with links to “drier” reporting if one is so inclined. Despite the (often justified) anger at whatever repulsive bit of dumb they are talking about, the analysis is usually sensible (despite the fucking-ass cussing and other shit like tha.)

      Generally I would rather listen to reality-based “editorializing” from Wonkette, than Objective Falsehoods from many bonafide “real” journalists who are “mature” enough to use political niceties to cover up for injustice.

    • That being said though I feel the same way about that Jon Stewart fellow. What was up with him? He seemed to act more like a comedian than a journalist. He should return his J-school degree too.

    • Frank Underboob

      Wait, are you under the impression that Wonkette claims to practice unbiased journalism? Oh, my sweet summer child…

    • uniquename72

      Welcome to your first day on the internet, Diane!

    • clever_sobriquet

      You’re not from around here are you?

  • Bill Slider

    Only in Puyin’s Russia, and Hitler’s Germany, does the phrase, liberty and justice for all, become one where the definition continuously changes.

  • Bill Slider

    What goes around, comes around. If you are unfamiliar with this phrase, the Planned Parenthood grand jury results are the best example I have seen in quite awhile.

  • Lord-Nash

    So how exactly did this work. After the investigation, does the DA bring the evidence AND the charges to the GJ, or does the DA bring the evidence and say, YOU have to decide what the charges (if any) are?

    Just curious, but I’d guess it’s the first one.

  • cleos_mom

    Anyone have any figures on how big a membership the “Center For Medical Progress” has?

    • Peripatetic Poltroon

      3, I think. The 2 bonafide journalists, and the lady who keeps horses *in her fucking* house.

      • cleos_mom

        My theory is that they share a membership list with the “Amercan college of Pediatricians”. Remember them?..

    • 2 inches.

      • cleos_mom

        Budda-BOOM! (tchsssshhhhh…..)

  • JayGoldenBeach

    First, Cecile Richards kicked some congressmen right in their tea bags.

    Now this. LoL

  • Sarah E. Grove

    Wonkette Baby gets cuter all the time. Showing some serious kick-ass attitude in the new pic!

  • Jessica Neubauer

    So let me get this straight? Juries only do what the prosecutors tell them to do, and she told them to leave PP alone so the system failed?
    But if a black guy gets shot by a cop and the jury doesn’t indict the cop then it’s because “they followed the evidence independently” and Yay, the system worked?

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