Thursday, March 23, 2017

Only 17% is feeling Trumpcare

The Quinnipiac University poll keeps dropping gems!

When it comes to the trumpcare, only 17 percent of the public approves of it, while 56 percent disapproves. Then, 6 percent of respondents say they strongly approve of the law, and 43 percent strongly disapprove.

See for yourself

TIME: Is Truth Dead?

Wow, TIME is going there.

This is their latest cover and here's their explanation:
Generations of American children have learned the apocryphal tale of young George Washington, bravely admitting to his father that he chopped down the cherry tree. The story sprang from a culture that wanted even its fables to serve the ideal of truth. By that standard, the House Intelligence Committee hearing on March 20 should have been a massive humiliation for the President, who followed Washington 228 years later. It is rare for such hearings to be unclassified–and thus televised–but FBI Director James Comey found the largest possible audience for his rebuke of the sitting President.

He had given Donald Trump nearly three weeks to walk back his incendiary tweets accusing President Obama of “wire tapping” Trump Tower during the campaign. If such surveillance had been done through legal channels, the FBI would have known; if done illegally, it was a scandal of historic proportions and the FBI should be digging into it. Either way, Trump’s accusation implicated the integrity of Comey’s bureau, which is why the former prosecutor felt compelled to push back as the cameras rolled. “I have no information that supports those tweets,” Comey said. “We have looked carefully inside the FBI. The Department of Justice has asked me to share with you that the answer is the same.”

The statement was concise, direct and damning. The President of the United States had been marked as a fabulist by one of the top officials in government charged with finding the truth. And yet, for the man being called out, the rebuke was nothing of the sort.
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Why is Rick Perry meddling in the election of Texas A&M SGA

Can somebody explain to me why Rick Perry is questioning the election of the student body president?

Especially, since the winner is the first gay person to do so?

Here's more
In an op-ed in the Houston Chronicle, Perry argues that the rightful winner of the Texas A&M student body election was disqualified due to anonymous charges of voter intimidation and for failing to disclose the receipt for glow sticks used in a campaign Facebook video.

“Brooks did not win the election. He finished second by more than 750 votes to one Mr. Robert McIntosh,” Perry wrote, referring to Bobby Brooks, the election runner-up who assumed the post as president.

Brooks is the first openly gay man to serve as the school’s president.

“However, McIntosh was disqualified by the SGA Election Commission and Judicial Court through a process that — at best — made a mockery of due process and transparency.”

McIntosh, Perry says, was acquitted of the voter intimidation charges following an appeal, though the glow stick charges stuck. Many of the voter intimidation complaints were found to be from people who backed Brooks, Perry said.
Perry in the op-ed said the school’s Board of Regents was never made aware of the accusations of voter intimidation. The former Texas governor claimed the university is “choosing preferred outcomes over equal treatment.”
Why is he up in their business like this? He needs to learn how to do his new job that he's unqualified for.


Wednesday, March 22, 2017

CNN’s Jake Tapper hammers GOP Rep. Devin Nunes over trump Investigation

CNN's Jake Tapper is really hitting Nunes hard about his bogus claim today.

Republican House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes went on TV and stirred up mess about trump's lie about wiretapping. This very similar to what Comey did to Hillary during the election.

Please watch

White Folks are losing hope in trump

According to today's Quinnipiac University national poll, trump is losing support among Republicans, white voters and men, leaving him with a negative 37 - 56 percent job approval rating.

Here's more:

Today's job approval rating compares to a negative 41 - 52 percent approval rating in a March 7 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University.

President Trump is losing support among key elements of his base:
Men disapprove 43 - 52 percent, compared to a 49 - 45 percent approval March 7;
Republicans approve 81 - 14 percent, compared to 91 - 5 percent two weeks ago;
White voters disapprove 44 - 50 percent, compared to a narrow 49 - 45 percent approval March 7.
Disapproval is 60 - 31 percent among women, 90 - 6 percent among Democrats, 60 - 31 percent among independent voters and 75 - 16 percent among non-white voters.

American voters' opinions of some of Trump's personal qualities hit new lows:
60 - 35 percent that he is not honest, compared to 55 - 39 not honest March 7;
55 - 40 percent that he does not have good leadership skills;
57 - 40 percent that he does not care about average Americans;
66 - 30 percent that he is not level-headed;
66 - 30 percent that he is a strong person;
59 - 36 percent that he is intelligent;
61 - 35 percent that he does not share their values.
"Although taking a beating, he keeps on tweeting to the point where even his fiercely loyal base appears to be eroding," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.

"Most alarming for President Donald Trump, the demographic underpinnings of his support, Republicans, white voters, especially men and those without a college degree, are starting to have doubts."

This is great news


Tuesday, March 21, 2017

J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot to Produce Series Based on RuPaul

This is interesting.

J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot and RuPaul to create a half-hour dramedy series that covers RuPaul’s early days as a drag queen to a mega star. The series will be written by Power executive producer Gary Lennon, and it will be set in the 1980s.

RuPaul will executive produce alongside World of Wonder’s Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato, and Tom Campbell.

We will see if the networks jump to it.


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