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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Sunday Cleanup: Getting Rid Of Last Weeks Trash

Good Day World!

The first piece of trash that needs to go to the dump today is (R) Rep. Claudia Tenney, whose vile rhetoric reached a new low when she claimed Democrats are more prone to be mass murderers.

Tenney is up for re-election. Let's hope the voters send her to the nearest landfill where she belongs.

When it comes to being trashy, Donald Trump Jr., is following closely in Daddy's footsteps. Here's what one Parkland survivor tweeted to Melania Trump:

"Hey @FLOTUS you say that your mission as First Lady is to stop cyber bullying," 14-year-old Lauren Hogg tweeted Friday.

"Well then, don't you think it would have been smart to have a convo with your step-son @DonaldJTrumpJr before he liked a post about a false conspiracy theory which in turn put a target on my back."

This latest stupid and insensitive tweet by our dictator's son earns him the biggest piece of trash-for-the-week award as we toss him into the nearest landfill.

I would have thrown Donny's chief-of-staff Kelly to the trash heap months ago, but the competition has just been too stiff.

It's his turn today however, as he waffles about giving Jared Kushner access to sensitive information without a full security clearance.

The hypocrite, and onetime general, issued orders to ALL White House Staff last Friday, regarding a security clearance crackdown.

But all the signs are pointing to Kelly ignoring his own order and making some kind of exception for Kushner. His praise for Kushner was vomit-worthy, when you consider how much he hates Jared and his wife Ivanka.

Trump told reporters Friday that it was Kelly's decision on what to do with Kushner. Then Trump praised Kushner's work.

That's enough for me. To the landfill with Donny's general!

I would add the NRA to today's dump run, but they're already at the landfill recruiting members with dog whistles like "They're going to take our guns away!" every time a gun safety law surfaces.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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