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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Presidential Election: Hillary Clinton moments after learning of Donald Trumps victory in the 2016 Presidential election (colorized)
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Presidential Election: Hillary Clinton moments after learning of Donald Trumps victory in the 2016 Presidential election (colorized)

Hillary Clinton moments after learning of Donald Trumps victory in the 2016 Presidential election (colorized)

Bilbo, Calvin Johnson, and Carolina Panthers: JK Rowling @jk_rowling Follow | Just unfollowed a man whom I thought was smart and funny, because he called Theresa May a whore. 1/14 RETWEETS LIKES 2,498 9,315 8:59 AM-9 Jun 2017 4,297 2.5K 9.3K Tweet your reply J.K. Rowling@jk_rowling 20nm Replying to ojk rowling If you can't disagree with a woman without reaching for all those filthy old insults, screw you and your politics. 2/14 J.K. Rowling@jk_rowling 20m I'm sick of "liberal' men whose mask slips every time a woman displeases them who reach immediately for crude and humiliating words 3/14 651.4K 6.1K J.K. Rowling @jk rowling . 20m associated with femaleness, act like old-school misogynists and then preen themselves as though they've been brave. 4/1-4 16 600 3.8K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 19m When you do this, Mr Liberal Cool Guy, you ally yourself, wittingly or not, with the men who send women violent pornographic images 5/14 14 5083.7K J.K. Rowling @jk-rowling . 19m and rape threats, who try by every means possible to intimidate women out of politics and public spaces, both real and digital. 6/14 13 4763.5K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 19m 'Cunt', 'whore' and, naturally, rape. We're too ugly to rape, or we need raping, or we need raping and killing. 7/14 45 4673.4K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 18m Every woman I know who has dared express an opinion publically has endured this kind of abuse at least once, 8/14 31 557 3.6K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 17m rooted in an apparent determination to humiliate or intimidate her on the basis that she is female. 9/14 17 433 3.1K J.K. Rowling @jk-rowling . 17m If you want to know how much fouler it gets if you also happen to be black or gay, ask Diane Abbot or Ruth Davidson. 10/14 21 411 3.1K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 16m I don't care whether we're talking about Theresa May or Nicola Sturgeon or Kate Hooey or Yvette Cooper or Hillary Clinton: 11/14 21 4193.1K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 16m femaleness is not a design flaw. If your immediate response to a woman who displeases you 12/14 35 7894.0K J.K. Rowling @jk_rowling 15m is to call her a synonym for her vulva, or compare her to a prostitute, then drop the pretence and own it: you're not a liberal. 13/14 52 7074.0K J.K. Rowling @jk-rowling . 15m You're a few short steps away from some guy hiding behind a cartoon frog. 14/14 geminiloveca: joerojasburke:an excellent and salutary rant from J.K. Rowling
Bilbo, Calvin Johnson, and Carolina Panthers: JK Rowling
 @jk_rowling
 Follow |
 Just unfollowed a man whom I thought was
 smart and funny, because he called Theresa
 May a whore. 1/14
 RETWEETS LIKES
 2,498 9,315
 8:59 AM-9 Jun 2017
 4,297 2.5K 9.3K
 Tweet your reply
 J.K. Rowling@jk_rowling 20nm
 Replying to ojk rowling
 If you can't disagree with a woman without reaching for all those filthy old insults,
 screw you and your politics. 2/14
 J.K. Rowling@jk_rowling 20m
 I'm sick of "liberal' men whose mask slips every time a woman displeases them
 who reach immediately for crude and humiliating words 3/14
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 and rape threats, who try by every means possible to intimidate women out of
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 'Cunt', 'whore' and, naturally, rape. We're too ugly to rape, or we need raping, or
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geminiloveca:

joerojasburke:an excellent and salutary rant from J.K. Rowling

geminiloveca: joerojasburke:an excellent and salutary rant from J.K. Rowling

Ben Carson, cnn.com, and Empire: Robert Reich 9 hrs G Update for Trump voters 1. He said he wouldn't bomb Syria. You bought it. Then he bombed Syria 2. He said he'd build a wall along the border with Mexico. You bought it. Now his secretary of homeland security says it's unlikely that we will build a wall." 3. He said he'd clean the Washington swamp. You bought it. Then he brought into his administration more billionaires, CEOs, and Wall Street moguls than in any administration in history, to make laws that will enrich their businesses 4. He said he'd repeal Obamacare and replace it with something "wonderful." You bought it. Then he didn't. 5. He said he'd use his business experience to whip the White House into shape. You bought it. Then he created the most chaotic, dysfunctional back-stabbing White House in modern history, in which no one is in charge 6. He said he'd release his tax returns, eventually. You bought it. He hasn't, and says he never will 7. He said he'd divest himself from his financial empire, to avoid any conflicts of interest. You bought it. He remains heavily involved in his businesses, makes money off of foreign dignitaries staying at his Washington hotel, gets China to give the Trump brand trademark and copyright rights, manipulates the stock market on a daily basis, and has more conflicts of interest than can even be counted 8. He said Clinton was in the pockets of Goldman Sachs, and would do whatever they said. You bought it. Then he put half a dozen Goldman Sachs executives in positions of power in his administration 9. He said he'd surround himself with all the best and smartest people. You bought it. Then he put Betsy DeVos, opponent of public education, in charge of education, Jeff Sessions, opponent of the Voting Rights Act, in charge of voting rights, Ben Carson, opponent of the Fair Housing Act, in charge of fair housing, Scott Pruitt, climate change denier, in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russian quisling Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State 10. He said he'd faithfully execute the law. You bought it. Then he said his predecessor, Barack Obama, spied on him, without any evidence of Obama ever doing so, in order to divert attention from the FBI's investigation into collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives to win the election 11. He said he knew more about strategy and terrorism than the generals did. You bought it. Then he promptly gave the green light to a disastrous raid in Yemen- even though all his generals said it would be a terrible idea This raid resulted in the deaths of a Navy SEAL, an 8-year old American girl, and numerous civilians. The actual target of the raid escaped, and no useful intel was gained 12. He called Barack Obama "the vacationer-in-Chief and accused him of playing more rounds of golf than Tiger Woods. He promised to never be the kind of president who took cushy vacations on the taxpayer's dime, not when there was so much important work to be done. You bought it. He has by now spent more taxpayer money on vacations than Obama did in the first 3 years of his presidency. Not to mention all the money taxpayers are spending protecting his family, including his two sons who travel all over the world on Trump business 13. He called CNN, the Washington Post and the New York Times "fake news" and said they were his enemy. You bought it. Now he gets his information from Fox News, Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, and InfoWars More to come BUT HER EMAILS
Ben Carson, cnn.com, and Empire: Robert Reich
 9 hrs G
 Update for Trump voters
 1. He said he wouldn't bomb Syria. You bought it. Then he bombed Syria
 2. He said he'd build a wall along the border with Mexico. You bought it. Now
 his secretary of homeland security says it's unlikely that we will build a
 wall."
 3. He said he'd clean the Washington swamp. You bought it. Then he
 brought into his administration more billionaires, CEOs, and Wall Street
 moguls than in any administration in history, to make laws that will enrich
 their businesses
 4. He said he'd repeal Obamacare and replace it with something
 "wonderful." You bought it. Then he didn't.
 5. He said he'd use his business experience to whip the White House into
 shape. You bought it. Then he created the most chaotic, dysfunctional
 back-stabbing White House in modern history, in which no one is in charge
 6. He said he'd release his tax returns, eventually. You bought it. He hasn't,
 and says he never will
 7. He said he'd divest himself from his financial empire, to avoid any
 conflicts of interest. You bought it. He remains heavily involved in his
 businesses, makes money off of foreign dignitaries staying at his
 Washington hotel, gets China to give the Trump brand trademark and
 copyright rights, manipulates the stock market on a daily basis, and has
 more conflicts of interest than can even be counted
 8. He said Clinton was in the pockets of Goldman Sachs, and would do
 whatever they said. You bought it. Then he put half a dozen Goldman
 Sachs executives in positions of power in his administration
 9. He said he'd surround himself with all the best and smartest people. You
 bought it. Then he put Betsy DeVos, opponent of public education, in
 charge of education, Jeff Sessions, opponent of the Voting Rights Act, in
 charge of voting rights, Ben Carson, opponent of the Fair Housing Act, in
 charge of fair housing, Scott Pruitt, climate change denier, in charge of the
 Environmental Protection Agency, and Russian quisling Rex Tillerson as
 Secretary of State
 10. He said he'd faithfully execute the law. You bought it. Then he said his
 predecessor, Barack Obama, spied on him, without any evidence of Obama
 ever doing so, in order to divert attention from the FBI's investigation into
 collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives to win the election
 11. He said he knew more about strategy and terrorism than the generals
 did. You bought it. Then he promptly gave the green light to a disastrous
 raid in Yemen- even though all his generals said it would be a terrible idea
 This raid resulted in the deaths of a Navy SEAL, an 8-year old American
 girl, and numerous civilians. The actual target of the raid escaped, and no
 useful intel was gained
 12. He called Barack Obama "the vacationer-in-Chief and accused him of
 playing more rounds of golf than Tiger Woods. He promised to never be the
 kind of president who took cushy vacations on the taxpayer's dime, not
 when there was so much important work to be done. You bought it. He has
 by now spent more taxpayer money on vacations than Obama did in the
 first 3 years of his presidency. Not to mention all the money taxpayers are
 spending protecting his family, including his two sons who travel all over the
 world on Trump business
 13. He called CNN, the Washington Post and the New York Times "fake
 news" and said they were his enemy. You bought it. Now he gets his
 information from Fox News, Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, and InfoWars
 More to come

 BUT HER EMAILS
Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
c-bassmeow:

Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s  “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow...

Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Tumblr: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
c-bassmeow:

Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s  “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

c-bassmeow: Noam Chomsky’s piercing comments on the Democrat’s “Russia stole our election!” obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow...

Being Alone, Matlock, and Yeah: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton, intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States, again, into a laughingstock in the world. So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure, that's just what they ought to be doing." So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while, meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and reasonable aspects to it. Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.
Being Alone, Matlock, and Yeah: NOAM CHOMSKY: It's a pretty remarkable fact that-first of all, it is a joke. Half the
 world is cracking up in laughter. The United States doesn't just interfere in elections.
 It overthrows governments it doesn't like, institutes military dictatorships. Simply in
 the case of Russia alone-it's the least of it-the U.S. government, under Clinton,
 intervened quite blatantly and openly, then tried to conceal it, to get their man Yeltsin
 in, in all sorts of ways. So, this, as I say, it's considered-it's turning the United States,
 again, into a laughingstock in the world.
 So why are the Democrats focusing on this? In fact, why are they focusing so much
 attention on the one element of Trump's programs which is fairly reasonable, the
 one ray of light in this gloom: trying to reduce tensions with Russia? That's-the
 tensions on the Russian border are extremely serious. They could escalate to a
 major terminal war. Efforts to try to reduce them should be welcomed. Just a couple
 of days ago, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, Jack Matlock, came out and
 said he just can't believe that so much attention is being paid to apparent efforts by
 the incoming administration to establish connections with Russia. He said, "Sure,
 that's just what they ought to be doing."
 So, meanwhile, this one topic is the primary locus of concern and critique, while,
 meanwhile, the policies are proceeding step by step, which are extremely destructive
 and harmful. So, you know, yeah, maybe the Russians tried to interfere in the
 election. That's not a major issue. Maybe the people in the Trump campaign were
 talking to the Russians. Well, OK, not a major point, certainly less than is being done
 constantly. And it is a kind of a paradox, I think, that the one issue that seems to
 inflame the Democratic opposition is the one thing that has some justification and
 reasonable aspects to it.
Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats  Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

Noam Chomskys piercing comments on the Democrats Russia stole our election! obsession. From an interview with DemocracyNow.

Bailey Jay, Children, and Family: JJ MacNab @jjmacnab 6h A huge right-wing conspiracy theory (#pizzagate) seems to be merging with the relatively new left-wing conspiracy theory (#missingdcgrs) 26 147154 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 6h The former claims that John Podesta and Hillary Clinton are operating a child sex ring out of a DC pizza parlor. 6 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 6h The latter claims that black and Hispanic girls are being kidnapped in DC for the purpose of becoming child sex slaves 4 1531 JJ MacNab@ijimacnab 5h The rate of missing children in DC is consistent with prior years and almost all of the 12 girls in question had run away from home before 84168 JJ MacNab @jmacnab 5h Recently, the DC police started using social media to get the public's aid in finding missing kids. The press has amplified those posts JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h That's all good. This story, however, went off into the weeds with wild tales of pedophile rings who have sold DC girls as sex slaves 9 1 22 48 JJ MacNab@jjmacnab 5h Many of the missing teens have already returned home, but the Internet bubble doesn't really adjust for new info 81 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h While it's heartbreaking for a parent whose child is missing, it's really rare that someone in DC stays missing. Stats from DC Police According to the head of Metropolitan Police Departments Youth and Family Services, over the past five years 200 people have been reported missing each month So far in 2017, there have been 190 cases on average From 2012 to 2016, officials said 99 percent of all missing person cases have been closed. Out of those 19,000 cases, only 16 remain open. 43 24 52 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h For example, this girl appears in almost all the missingdcgirls posts I've seen She was reported missing on 3/22 but returned home on 3/24 2163 JJ MacNab @jjmacnab 5h She's also 28 vyears old 9 56
Bailey Jay, Children, and Family: JJ MacNab @jjmacnab 6h
 A huge right-wing conspiracy theory (#pizzagate) seems to be merging with the
 relatively new left-wing conspiracy theory (#missingdcgrs)
 26
 147154
 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 6h
 The former claims that John Podesta and Hillary Clinton are operating a child sex
 ring out of a DC pizza parlor.
 6
 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 6h
 The latter claims that black and Hispanic girls are being kidnapped in DC for the
 purpose of becoming child sex slaves
 4 1531
 JJ MacNab@ijimacnab 5h
 The rate of missing children in DC is consistent with prior years and almost all of
 the 12 girls in question had run away from home before
 84168
 JJ MacNab @jmacnab 5h
 Recently, the DC police started using social media to get the public's aid in finding
 missing kids. The press has amplified those posts
 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h
 That's all good. This story, however, went off into the weeds with wild tales of
 pedophile rings who have sold DC girls as sex slaves
 9
 1 22 48

 JJ MacNab@jjmacnab 5h
 Many of the missing teens have already returned home, but the Internet bubble
 doesn't really adjust for new info
 81
 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h
 While it's heartbreaking for a parent whose child is missing, it's really rare that
 someone in DC stays missing. Stats from DC Police
 According to the head of Metropolitan Police Departments Youth and Family
 Services, over the past five years 200 people have been reported missing each
 month
 So far in 2017, there have been 190 cases on average
 From 2012 to 2016, officials said 99 percent of all missing person cases have been
 closed. Out of those 19,000 cases, only 16 remain open.
 43 24 52
 JJ MacNab@jmacnab 5h
 For example, this girl appears in almost all the missingdcgirls posts I've seen
 She was reported missing on 3/22 but returned home on 3/24
 2163
 JJ MacNab @jjmacnab 5h
 She's also 28 vyears old
 9
 56