Nov 052017

Here is the one hundred second article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Senate Majority Leader Bought Bitch Mitch McConnell. He is so honored for willingness to protect his Fuhrer and his Reich from the criminal justice they deserve by refusing to move ahead with legislation to protect the Mueller Investigation.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) shrugged off concerns that Congress should safeguard against a constitutional crisis by passing legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired by the White House he is tasked with investigating.

Sen. McConnell was asked about multiple bills that would protect the special counsel from interference from President Donald Trump during an interview with MSNBC anchor Hugh Hewitt that was broadcast Saturday.

“This is also a week of indictments,” Hewitt noted. “There are two views about Mr. Mueller. Some want legislation to restrain his power and limit his reach. Others want legislation to keep him safe from being fired.”

“Do you think Congress has any role in legislating about the special counsel right now?” Hewitt asked.

“I don’t think so,” McConnell answered.

Multiple Republican leaders have urged President Trump to fire the special counsel. Ousted Trump strategist Steve Bannon has urged a scorched earth approach to the investigation and Pat Robertson demanded Trump fire Mueller and pardon everyone to “shut down” the investigation.

As the chorus of far-right voices against the special counsel grows, the appetite for congressional action to protect Mueller has waned.

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Here’s the video.  I recommend turning the liar off after the significant section.

Bought Bitch Barf Bag Alert!!


This is McConnell’s second parade.  His first was in September 2013.  I trust you’ll agree that Bought Bitch Mitch deserves a new Parade virtually every day.


Oct 292017

Here is the one hundred first article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Faux Noise commentator Jenine Pirro, shown below in the outfit that qualifies her for employment at Faux Noise. She is so honored for touting debunked Republican conspiracy theories and attempts to protect her Fuhrer and her Reich from the criminal justice they deserve. After one hundred unique parades, I have decide to allow second parades in the second hundred articles.

1029PirroNews that special counsel Robert Mueller will reveal the first indictment associated with his investigation of potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia on Monday has some people at Fox News very agitated .

In an angry opening statement on Saturday night, Fox News’ Jeanine Pirro called for Hillary Clinton to be jailed.

“It’s time to shut it down, turn the tables and lock her up,” Pirro said.

Pirro said that the justification for Clinton’s incarceration was the Uranium One “scandal,” a theory introduced by Steve Bannon in July 2016 and repeatedly discredited.

Pirro also called for the immediate firing of special counsel Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General who appointed Mueller. She cited Mueller role as head of the FBI when the sale of Uranium One to the Russians was approved, as well as his friendship with former FBI Director James Comey…

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Here are the included videos.

Double Barf Bag Alert!!

This is Pirro’s second parade.  She earned her first in July 2014 for a fascist rant about Obama on Faux Noise.  She clearly deserves her parade, but it would be hard to find a commentator on the Republican Reichsministry of Propaganda, Faux Noise, that doesn’t deserve one, so you know the series shall continue.


Oct 152017

Here is the one hundredth article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Nazi organizer Richard Spencer. He is so honored for his Republican attitudes about women’s rights, his Fuhrer, and Caucasians’ place in society.

1015SpencerWhite Nationalist Richard Spencer’s tiki torch rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his distant dream of forming a white ethnostate steal headlines, but his views about women—that their role in politics be shrunk down to a barely visible place that would be unrecognizable to almost anyone in modern America—is seldom highlighted.

I spoke to Spencer this week, and in the context of a discussion about two documents that he admires, the American Naturalization Acts of 1790 and 1795, laws that once set out rules for the United States in limiting naturalization to only free white persons of good moral standing, I pointed out that the U.S. was a fundamentally different country at the turn of the 19th century. More specifically, I asked him if he wanted to return to a time in which women weren’t allowed to vote.

"I’m not terribly excited about voting in general," Spencer said. "I think that mass democracy is a bit of a joke to be honest."

I pressed him on the question again.

“I don’t necessarily think that that’s a great thing,” Spencer said of women voting in U.S. elections… [emphasis added]

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That ought to be enough to give this Republican a parade all by itself.  However, just in case you forget who this Republican is, here he is celebrating the infestation of the White House by his Fuhrer.  You need to see this no matter how much it makes you cringe!

Barf Bag Alert!!

Do you want this Republican Nazi hate to become standard here?


Oct 082017

Here is the ninety-ninth article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Bullshitologist Roger Stone. He is so honored for lambasting a Democrat for opposing Trump’s love of nuclear war.


Roger Stone, an unofficial adviser to President Donald Trump, lashed out at former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper for expressing concern that the president’s mental state could lead to nuclear war.

In a tweet over the weekend, Stone shared an interview with Clapper from August 2016.“I really question his ability, his fitness to be in this office and I also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it,” Clapper told CNN at the time. “Again, having some understanding of the levers that a president can exercise, I worry about, frankly, you know, the access to the nuclear codes.”

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Would you agree that this Republican warmonger has earned his parade?


Oct 042017

Here is the ninety-eighth article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Senator John Thune [R-SD]. He is so honored for blaming the victims for their mass murder by an older, white, Ammosexual multi-millionaire.

ThuneHatSen. John Thune (R-SD) on Tuesday responded to calls for increased gun control after the massacre in Las Vegas by telling reporters that shooting victims had a responsibility to protect themselves from gunfire.

“It sounds like [the shooter] used conversion kits and other things, you know, to make the weapons more lethal,” Thune reportedly told MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson…

…But Thune shied away from the topic of gun control, arguing, “[I]t’s an open society and it’s hard to prevent anything.”

Instead, the Republican senator offered advice to potential victims.

“I think people are going to have to take steps in their own lives to take precautions,” he opined. “To protect themselves."… [emphasis added]

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Had the shooter been Muslim, Thune would propose banning Muslim refugees.  Had the shooter been Latino, Thune would propose building the Republican wall and telling border guards to shoot to kill.  Had the shooter been Black, Thune would have proposed militarizing police even more and maintaining the absence consequences for police killing innocent Blacks.  These are the standard Republican solutions.  What a hypocrite Thune is!  That’s why he deserves his parade!


Sep 272017

Here is the ninety-seventh article in our Republicans on Parade series, featuring individuals who personify what the Republican Party has become. Today’s honoree is Republican Senate Nominee Roy Moore. He is so honored for his proven Ammosexual, White Supremacist and Dominionist stances on virtually every issue.

0927roy_mooreRoy S. Moore, a firebrand former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, overcame efforts by top Republicans to rescue his rival, Senator Luther Strange, soundly defeating him on Tuesday in a special primary runoff.

The outcome in the closely watched Senate race dealt a humbling blow to President Trump and other party leaders days after the president pleaded with voters in the state to back Mr. Strange.

Propelled by the stalwart support of his fellow evangelical Christians, Mr. Moore survived an advertising onslaught of more than $10 million financed by allies of Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader. His victory demonstrated in stark terms the limits of Mr. Trump’s clout…

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Since Trump abandoned Strange while appearing on his behalf and seemed so pleased that Moore won, I have to suspect that the only reason he supported Strange at all was because Bought Bitch Mitch didn’t want another Senator he can’t control.

Lawrence O’Donnell discussed Moore with his panel.

I owe you all an apology for never having put Moore on parade before.  He combines all the worst traits of Trump and Pence, making him a most representative Republican, who certainly deserves his parade.  If he wins in December, Ted "Uranus" Cruz will no longer be the most insane Republican  in the Senate.