Friday, January 13, 2017

Political Puke Watch: Latest Vomit-Worthy Stories

Good Day World!

Okay's time to grab your barf bag and to pull up a chair while we go on a whirlwind tour of observations that might make you hurl.

The Trump saga continues to sicken ethics experts after they listened to his first press release where he claimed he'd solved all conflicts of interest between his new job as POTUS and his old career of being a billionaire con man.

The headline: Trump's Conflict-of-Interest Plan Won't Prevent Conflicts of Interest

Watching Ben Carson whisper his answers during his confirmation hearing for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development made me wonder why he ever went into politics?

This is the man who said the Pyramids were built to store grain. He's never handled a budget of $48 million dollars and never worked in a managerial position with Federal employees.

Headline: Ben Carson Doesn't Rule Out Trump Benefiting From HUD Money  

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accused Fiat Chrysler of using software that allowed excess diesel emissions in about 104,000 vehicles.

That's corruption coming from the top, but what's really sickening is the people responsible for creating the deceptive software (and for perpetrating the lie) will only get a fine and a pat on the hand.

Headline: Fiat Chrysler Shares Plunge 12 Percent After EPA Accuses of Using Deceptive Software

Rosie O'Donnell, a Trump nemesis, says that she'd support "martial law" in order to delay Trump's inauguration.

A Watchdog organization is going to investigate the department of Justice and the FBI regarding their actions before the election.

That's probably enough for one sitting. Don't forget to take Tums or some other anti-acid for your queasy stomach.

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

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