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how sweet is this: Jenna Ellis just threw Donald Trump right the fuck under the bus
oh lordy, there are videotapes
“… the conversation was around December 19th of 2020, at the White House Christmas party. I emphasized to [Dan Scavino] that the claims and the ability to challenge the election results was essentially over … and he said to me in kind of an excited tone ‘we don’t care and we’re not gonna leave’ and I said ‘what do you mean’ and he said ‘well, the boss’ — meaning President Trump — and everyone understood ‘the boss,’ that’s what we all called him — he said ‘the boss is not going to leave under any circumstances. we are just going to stay in power.’ and I said to him ‘well, it doesn’t quite work that way, you realize’ and he said ‘we don’t care.’”
there you have it, folks, firsthand — Little Donny Fuckface and his merry band of hoodlums had no intention of ever leaving the White House.
this admission — from Ellis’s proffer interview, released yesterday by ABC News — had to have Fani “Your In Service” Willis grinning like a cat eating yellowjackets, because it’s possibly the biggest nail in Donald Trump’s legal coffin down in Georgia.
as Jay Kuo notes,
That goes straight to the heart of the case for one reason: Donald Trump’s intent. After he lost the election, did Trump in fact plan to remain, no matter what the courts or his lawyers or even Mike Pence did? It sure sounds like it. And that could be very damaging to his defense.
and we all know what Trump’s intent was: to be the biggest fucking sore loser ever, to whine and bitch and moan, to plot with his inner circle of drunks and crackpot lawyers to confiscate voting machines, to beg state officials to find imaginary votes, to seduce unwitting dupes into becoming fake electors — and, when all else failed, to send an armed mob to the Capitol stop the certification and maybe get his vice president killed.
how utterly un-American — and treasonous — at its core.
“we don’t care and we’re not gonna leave.”
lock this guy the fuck up, and throw the key down the nearest storm drain.
seriously, I wish that Shitty Hitler had tried to stay in the White House past noon on Inauguration Day — because I’m pretty sure that the White House security team does not play nice with trespassers.
in other news, the Supreme Court, with great fanfare, announced the adoption of a toothless and impotent code of ethics that breaks new ground in toothless impotence.
their awesome new code basically boils down to this:
“we should probably be ethical, maybe. no, seriously. ha ha.”
that’s it. it’s a fingers-crossed-behind-our-backs promise to be good — a promise that’s not backed by any penalties or enforcement mechanism.
so the next time Sam Alito goes on a luxury fishing vacation with his plutocrat cronies — or Clarence Thomas has his entire life bought and paid for by Harlan Crow — Chief Justice Roberts will take them aside and … what?
wag his finger at them, I guess. maybe give them noogies?
thanks for managing to do less than nothing, assholes.
sometimes, not even finding a woman to pose as your fake Canadian girlfriend is enough to save you from political oblivion.
to the surprise of absolutely no one — aside from his staffers and donors, who were apparently not informed in advance of his decision — Tim Scott has dropped out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
our national media is besides themselves with grief, because they loved the shit out of Tim Scott.
journalists lionized Scott as a “happy warrior” …
… with a “sunny message” …
… which is press-speak for his policies are just as shitty as Trump’s, but his suits are very well-tailored.
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