“In a span of an hour, he tweeted that vaccines are ‘dangerous,’ that a doctor concerned about the child’s vulnerability to disease is a ‘brainwashed commie’ and that a defender of science is a ‘typical leftist trying to take credit for something only The Lord God Almighty is in control of.'”
The winner here: Louie Gohmert, who may no longer be the dumbest guy ever elected in Texas.
There have been many leaks about the final two episodes. Some of those leaks come from people who have consistently been correct in the past. Given that fact, the bookies are no longer taking bets on the winner(s).
If you want to read the spoilers, they are here. In general, fans of the show do not like what they are reading.
The paparazzi catch UFC’s Paige VanZant on her balcony
Chuck 90-10 is almost topless in an invisible bikini
Chelsea Handler has that same need for attention as Katy Perry, but at least Chelsea pulls out a boob once in a while.
I’m not sure whether we’ve seen this one here before, but even if we have, it’s good enough for another look.
Sigourney Weaver in the familiar Ripley outfit of flimsy t-shirt and skimpy panties in the original Alien (1979)
Obvious enough, right?
But the details are absolutely terrifying. Author Michael Lewis (Moneyball, The Big Short, Liar’s Poker) went around the government to study the so-called Deep State, and this book “The Fifth Risk,” details what he found.
Two things stand out as terrifying:
1. The non-existent transition: “Lewis describes the scene inside the Commerce Department the Monday after the election, where ‘dozens of civil servants sat all day waiting to deliver briefings’ to Trump’s transition team about their agencies’ role and responsibilities, ‘that would, in the end, never be heard.'”
2. The disappearing facts: “A lot of government data is now disappearing from government websites, data on climate change at the EPA, on animal abuse at the Department of Agriculture, on violent crime at the Department of Justice. ‘Under each act of data suppression,’ Lewis writes, ‘usually lay a narrow commercial motive: a gun lobbyist, a coal company, a poultry company.'”