Maitland in interracial porn

The site is tricky. The words “free download” are written in tiny print
between two ads, and then you have to keep watching that same space for the follow-up links (after an annoying Capcha). The download is a four-minute extract.

You should be able to watch the entire tape in quite HQ here. (I watched a few seconds of the beginning, then fast-forwarded to somewhere about 60% in, and everything went OK. I didn’t have the patience to watch 33 minutes of porn.)

Poor Sarah Sanders. Can you imagine making a living trying to defend Trump?

I know that Trump is a weak person with a fragile ego, and thus is terrified to appear before any audience that is not hand-selected, but it’s difficult to conceive that the President of the United States is afraid of some wussy reporter asking questions.

Cue up Count Floyd and his 3D (White) House of Terror

Arooooo! Did you hear those questions, kids? With all those adverbs and other parts of speech? They were coming right at you. Right at you. Mighty scary. Arooooooooo!

Two out of every three voters say Trump was a factor in their House vote, with 26 percent saying they cast their vote to express support for the president and 38 percent saying their vote was to oppose the president. The remainder — one-third of midterm voters — said Trump’s performance as president was not a factor in their House vote.

He has Stone dead to rights on a little-used law that makes it illegal to be a bullshitting buffoon.

Stone would probably be an important figure in the investigation if any of his bragging and wild-eyed claims were true. The chances of that are about the same as the chances that Keanu Reeves will play King Lear with the RSC.

In a way, Stone is kind of an idiot savant. He has made himself the McGuffin! At one time or another, he has probably claimed to be wielding more influence that the Illuminati, so all of the things he has told people need to be investigated. All of his silly claims to have important contacts and influence have been an effective red herring, distracting Mueller’s investigators when they could have been following real leads instead of learning that Stone did indeed claim a direct line to Putin or Assange or Guccifer, but was actually just lying to make himself seem more important.

Neal said he intends to obtain (Trump’s tax returns) using a law that gives heads of the congressional tax-writing committees the right to request any American’s tax returns. The panel could then make them public with a simple majority vote.

He’s going to do it using a law?

That fiend!

Fortunately for the GOP, Trump does not believe in laws.

(Although, oddly enough, he does believe in the Tooth Fairy, which left several hundred million dollars under his pillow when he was little. And, luckily for Trump, money from the Tooth Fairy is not taxable income.)

Sessions has resigned at Trump’s request

The acting Attorney General, Matthew Whitaker appears to be a political hack who has criticized the Mueller investigation. In 2017, Whitaker told CNN’s Don Lemon that he could see a scenario where Sessions is replaced with an attorney general who “reduces (Mueller’s) budget so low that his investigation grinds to almost a halt.”