They are positively funereal.
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“‘Maybe it’s time’ for Trump assassination? Johnny Depp”
Add Johnny Depp to the growing list of unhinged Hollywood moonbats calling for the assassination of President Trump in the name of “tolerant liberalism.”
Depp, 54, is being widely slammed for an apparent drunken rant where he said “maybe it is time” for an actor to assassinate the president since “it has been a while.”
The last time that happened was 1865, when John Wilkes Booth murdered Abraham Lincoln in a theater.
While speaking at the Glastonbury Festival in England on Thursday, Depp said:
When was the last time an actor assassinated a president? I want to clarify, I am not an actor. I lie for a living. However, it has been a while. And maybe it is time.”
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I know. These are all isolated incidents. They are just part of a rising tide.
Be sure to check out some of those stories.
Happy Friday one and all. Covfefe continues to be weak this morning, a trend that has lasted over a week now. They may be back on their game next week but we never know if another cosmic kick in the balls is just around the corner. Here’s what we’ve got today.
Starting out with FOX…
The Covfefe Broadcast Service…
From Nothing But Covfefe…
The Covfefe News Network…
Lastly we have Mysterious Sources Nothing But Covfefe…
That wraps up another week in the world of Covfefe. We hope you are enjoying your week and are looking forward to an awesome weekend!
Trump says he doesn’t have any recordings of Comey discussions but doesn’t rule out the possibility of their existence.
With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information, I have no idea…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2017
…whether there are "tapes" or recordings of my conversations with James Comey, but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2017
Does this seem a little Clintonian to you? Sort of a non-denial denial? Or maybe he is just trolling. He seems to love to troll.
If I didn’t know better I would say that Ben Shapiro reads the Real Revo.
The youngest member of Team Walker is heading off to camp next week for seven days of archery, canoeing, swimming, horseback riding, campfires and general camp goodness. He goes to the same camp I went to as a kid and darned if it doesn’t look pretty much the same. I love the nostalgia.
This year, he asked me to take along one of my most prized possessions – the greatest piece of military equipment ever devised by man: The poncho liner.
This is a device that carried me through many deployments and many tough times. It was warmth at night, shade during the day and camouflage for gear. It is lightweight and compresses into a tiny package. Basically, it is a grunt security blanket. In fact, I learned from my older son that it is called a “woobie” nowadays by the hardened commandos of the First Ranger Battalion… and every other grunt for that matter.
The poncho liner is magic. It keeps you at the perfect temperature through some kind of infantry witchcraft. I have used mine in Alaska and in Panama. It added warmth at Camp Ripley, Minnesota in January and covered me during day-sleeping in a hooch on Cato Bay in Grenada.
If it is hot, it shades you from the sun. If it is cold, it fends off the freeze. When it gets wet, it dries quickly. The thing is so versatile I am told it can even be used to line a pancho! How does it do all of this? Magic.
The boy will soon experience the joys of the woobie at camp and I am sure I will need to pry it from his hands when he returns.
Reflecting on the joys of the poncho liner just inspired me to go purchase a poncho liner related piece of equipment that is nearly as awesome as the woobie: The Ranger Smoking Jacket. I can’t wait to get it.
This is wonderful news!
In a huge victory, a California court today dismissed almost all of the criminal charges abortion activists filed against the pro-life advocates who recorded undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood selling the body parts from aborted babies.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed 15 felony charges against both David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt. Becerra is a longtime abortion advocate with financial connections to the Planned Parenthood abortion company that the two pro-life Advocates exposed in the videos for selling body parts such as fetal brains and livers.
At the time, pro-life advocates said Becerra’s 15 felony charges were bogus charges meant to belittle the expose’ campaign and to cast aspersions on Daleiden and the organization behind the videos. They said the attempt was about drawing attention away from Planned Parenthood’s sales of aborted baby parts.
They are confident that justice will prevail against the final charge.
“We will now turn our attention to dismissing the final count. Sandra Merritt did nothing wrong. The complaint by the California Attorney General is unprecedented and frankly will threaten every journalist who provides valuable information to the public. This final count will also fall,” said Staver.
These charges represented an appalling abuse of power. This is good news not just for these honorable pro-life activists, but for freedom of the press.
It was mentioned earlier on the Revo. It is official.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he wanted to install solar panels on his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexican border, telling a crowd at a campaign-style rally that the proposal would save money.
Mr. Trump has privately discussed putting solar panels on the barrier, but the rally was the first time he mentioned the idea in public.
“Think of it—the higher it goes, the more valuable it is,” Mr. Trump said to several thousand people in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, of the solar-paneled wall. “Pretty good imagination, right?”
Mr. Trump has insisted that the wall, a core promise of his presidential campaign, will be built to prevent illegal immigration and drug smuggling, and that Mexico will pay for it. After Mexican leaders pushed back against the idea, the president-elect backtracked in January, suggesting the U.S. would pay upfront for the wall and Mexico would return the money later.
Why would any company want to put solar panels on an exposed, linear wall far from where electricity is needed when it would be far more effective to simply create a properly engineered solar facility? I don’t think any power company would. They would opt to create proper solar farms in the desert close to where the power is consumed. There is no reason why any power company would bid to put solar panels on the wall.
Or is the government going to get into the business of selling electricity? That raises questions about government funded competition with the private sector.
Of course the competition would be pretty poor. Electricity produced on distant, exposed, difficult to maintain wall panels will be far more expensive than that produced in more efficient, secure, densely engineered that are close to population centers. Wall sites panels will, therefore, require a significant taxpayer subsidy.
So that’s the plan? Build government funded solar panels in an inefficient, exposed, difficult to maintain manner that, naturally, increases the cost of production? Then, in order to sell electricity into the grid at market rates, create a permanent taxpayer appropriation to maintain the wall panels?
DEM OPERATIVE QUOTE OF THE DAY: “We no longer have a party caucus capable of riding this wave. We have 80-year-old leaders and 90-year-old ranking members. This isn’t a party. It’s a giant assisted living center. Complete with field trips, gym, dining room and attendants.”
Today marks one week since the makers of Covfefe were thrown off their game completely. The downturn began on the morning after the shooting at the Baseball Park. They haven’t figured out how to deal with that yet and it was followed by a second traumatic blow in the form of special election results. There’s a lot of self-examination going on right now but they know that the show must go on, so here we are.
Starting out as per normal with the Covefe News Network…
From Nothing But Covfefe (Hat Tip to Mr_Bill)…
From the Covfefe Broadcast Service…
Finally from Multiple Source Nothing But Covfefe…
That’s all the decent Covfefe that I could find this morning.
Have a happy Thursday!
The word has been out for a couple of hours now about a Cop getting stabbed in the neck at the airport in Flint, Michigan.
I wonder if the assailant is from Dearborn.
He will be appearing two blocks from my office today. I will be out of town on business.
President Trump supporters have been lined up outside since Tuesday night eagerly awaiting the president’s arrival for Wednesday’s 7:00 p.m. rally.
A large protest against the rally is also planned along 1st Avenue around 5:00 p.m.
Cedar Rapids Police say unless you’re going to the rally or going to protest, you should do everything you can to avoid 1st Avenue.
That’s means there will also be increased police presence in downtown Cedar Rapids on Wednesday.
Police in Cedar Rapids are getting ready for the crowds expected to head downtown.
They say law enforcement from all across eastern Iowa will be on site.
They should remember that Hunger fuels Revolutions.
Is there actually an end to money though as long as there are people to tax?
Oh yeah, that’s right. Illinois is losing taxpayers at a high rate.
Normally Wednesday is weird, wacky or wild. Given the election results last night and the resulting weakness in the Covfefe this morning, I decided to call today Winner Wednesday. As per usual the Democrat supporting mainstream media told themselves what they wanted to believe, then once they actually believed it they tried to get others to believe it. They did their part, told us all about the impending victory of the “Trump Slayer” up in Georgia. This morning it looks like they will have to find that young man a new nickname. So sad.
From the Covfefe News Network…
The Covfefe Broadcast Service…
Bringing up the rear we have MSLSD…
I’m wishing everyone here a Winner Wednesday!
There are only a couple of radio talk show hosts who I will quote here on this forum. Currently my favorite is Mark Levin. That’s because I actually get to hear his show. It starts at 6pm on the East Coast. I might be able to catch the last of the Michael Savage Show after work, before Levin comes on. Savage is moving into Alex Jones territory just a little bit here lately. He’s getting a little crazy. I get to hear Rush Limbaugh at Lunch, if I get one. I used to get to listen to Laura Ingraham years ago but not since the start of 2013. There is no real purpose in quoting radio talk show hosts here. All they are doing is commenting on current events. We are perfectly capable of doing that ourselves.
Tonight I am providing a link to a story about recent remarks made by radio talk show host Erick Erickson.
The last time I published anything on this subject was as part of the longest publication this site has ever hosted, which was back on Palm Sunday. It was toward the end, in the section dedicated to emerging internal threats to the future of our fragile Republic. In it I point toward two political movements, each of them having ever increasing momentum and mass. Each of them are destructive to the future of the United States.