Full Frontal Thursday: the Iran Deal, Checking In With #MeToo, & Return To the Rescue Farm

In this installment of “Full Frontal Thursday,” Sam gives a skewering to Eric Schneiderman. He’s the AG who was a champion of women’s rights, but turned out to be a total douchenozzle. He’s not dissimilar to whites who pretend to be aware of racism and racist discrimination, but end up being cross-burning, goose-stepping sheet-wearers in belief and ideology.

Next, she talks about how Baby-Hands McDrumpf just shredded the Iran Deal out of spite and to distract from the whole Russia investigation, the fact that America is currently in six wars and has no intention of getting us out of them, and the whole Stormy Daniels thing. There is a country in the Middle East that worries me far more than Iraq or Iran. It also begins with the letter ‘I’ and is led by one Bibi Netanyahu.

Finally, she returns to the rescue farm for abandoned government workers to find out what Scott Pruitt is doing for the EPA. It isn’t pretty.

She also gives a final “fuck off” to Eric Schneiderman. At least she is able to call out bullshitters and be believed. Not everyone is that fortunate. Most just want to coddle and enable them. They take the easy way out.

As a bonus, I added a Late Show with Stephen Colbert clip. It was perfect.

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Last Week Tonight: Rudy Giuliani

In this edition of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver shows the clueless people that Rudy Giuliani’s unhinged behavior has been evident since before 11 September of 2001. Rudy the ghoul used the rotting corpse of “9/11” to maintain popularity and relevance. Reminds me of the needy, desperate attention-whores on Face-Twit-o-Gram and in the blog-o-sphere!

I love the way John has bought various domain names. Others do similar things for more sinister means.

They make navigating the internet an interesting experience. One has to look out for spam sites along with spam email notifications.

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Last Week Tonight: The Presidential Pardon of Joe Arpaio

In this newest installment of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver talks about the presidential pardon of Joe Arpaio, and what precedent it sets while this regime is in power.

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