It’s snot right

Everything these people say for public consumption should come with an asterisk and a footnote reading:
“Caution. May contain toxic amounts of bullshit.”

The New York Times has stepped on its old gray dick again, with a headline reading “Trump Tests Negative.”

These bozos still don’t get it. The man is a documented liar a thousand times over, and yet they insist on feeding us preposterous bullshit like this.

The Washington Post gets it right with “Trump tests negative for coronavirus, physician says.” See how easy that is? Absent independent verification, you attribute the statement.

“Hey, we never said that shit. His doctor did.”

If the sonofabitch said the sun rises in the east, I would step outside to see for myself. And on more than one morning, too.

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14 Responses to “It’s snot right”

  1. katholoch Says:

    I had the same exact thought! My next fear is the Trumpet will call off the election.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      I’m sure that’s an option making the rounds. A few test balloons are already aloft.

      “But he can’t do that!” people say.

      Yeah, and that’s what they said about all the other shit he’s done, too.

      • Pat O'Brien Says:

        I would love to read the link above, but I get “you need to update your Flash Player” messages that I can’t close. I don’t use Flash for security reasons.

        That said, I don’t believe a word he says and don’t put anything past him for staying in power. What he wants to be, and pass down to his brats, has been easy to spot from the day he stole the office.

  2. khal spencer Says:

    Same thought here. Was that a case of instant testing results or can they really turn it around that fast?

  3. khal spencer Says:

    I guess they can turn the test around pretty fast. So in the case of POTUS, they probably expedited it if they did it.

    Q: How long will results from a COVID-19 test take?

    A: Cleveland Clinic’s on-site testing should yield results within one day and testing results will be automatically released through MyChart within 3-5 days.

    https://newsroom.clevelandclinic.org/2020/03/14/frequently-asked-questions-about-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/

  4. Larry T. atCycleItalia Says:

    I doubt we’d even know the truth if Covid-19 were to…you know…make Q-Tip the president, though I’d hope the virus would also go a bit further and put Nonna Pelosi in the Oval Office while it was doing what deadly pandemics do.
    Meanwhile, are right-wing operatives right now working on plans to harvest the mail-in ballots of those most likely to…well….you know? Otherwise there might be far fewer votes for Don the Con (or his Rethug replacement in case…well…you know) in November.
    While I wouldn’t wish anyone a death from a pandemic virus I think I might line up to piss on the grave of Caligula – I think about doing that on the sign at his SoCal golf course everytime I ride my bike past it, but I suspect he’s got video cameras…and thugs.. to prevent it. Keep shakin’ those hands Donnie!!! Gawd help us all!

    • Pat O'Brien Says:

      One thing good out of this virus mess is that we see the strength of the American social contract. Starting with the toilet paper and bottled water stupidity, I think our social contract is about as good as a subcontractor’s contract with trump enterprises.

      • Dale Says:

        Word. I embarked to procure a pound of Gwaltny hot ground sausage for sausage and cheese biscuits. We have the Bisquik, the sharp cheddar cheese, but we got no freeking sausage.

        Now if I were in survival mode, sausage (that must be refrigerated) would be a low priority item. I assumed that it would be a low priority for other shoppers as well – panicked or not, but I was wrong.

        I went to two stores, neither of which had the sausage, so we’ll go with grilled cheese and tomato.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        I just cobbled together five tacos out of some leftover tater-and-pepper hash (augmented with diced chicken from an oven-baked drumstick). Chopped spinach, diced tomato, grated Irish Cheddar, and some Frontera jalapeño-cilantro salsa.

        Tonight’s dinner will feature the remainder of that leftover chicken, some Mexican rice, and a side salad.

        I wanna really s t r e t c h the time between grocery trips.

        • Larry T. atCycleItalia Says:

          I went to one of the small market/deli places on our island this AM. Had to take a number and wait outside in the sun for about 5 minutes and when I got inside was cautioned about “social distance” but they seemed to have everything they usually have, though all I needed was a loaf of fresh bread. Yeah, I know, I know: I missed my chance at that toilet paper!!!

  5. khal spencer Says:

    I suppose if push comes to shove, we can all go out and poach an elk.

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