From the debate to the dog pound — and most points in between — it’s time for a look back at the week that was. Personal Liberty Digest® presents: The WIRE!
Hillary Clinton fans were furious over rumors that Donald Trump had invited one of Bill Clinton’s victims to the opening presidential debate, apparently forgetting Nana’s directive that “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed and supported.”
“Hold up there, Hilldawg. Let’s not get crazy.”
Prior to the fight, the candidates’ spouses managed to meet without incident.
“Thanks for suspending the restraining order, Mel. I really didn’t want to watch this from the parking lot.”
Hillary really wants Trump to release his tax returns. For his part, Trump said he’d get right on it — after the old girl releases some documentation of her own.
Maybe he can email them to her.
Hillary is outraged — outraged, I say! — by reports of Trump’s connections to thuggish dictators. Like that time he sold Russia 20 percent of U.S. uranium and laundered the loot through his fake charity.
Hillary touted a future energy plan which includes “billions” of solar panels.
Maybe the coal miners she plans to put “out of business” can live under them.
Democrats attempted to seize on stories that Trump was mean to former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.
“Sounds rough.” – Broaddrick, Willey, Jones, et al.
Speaking of body-shaming, Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill says “The D women Senators have talked and we’re concerned about Donald’s weight. Campaign stress? We think a public daily weigh-in is called for.”
The “D women Senators,” huh? Lemme know when someone worth listening to “weighs in.”
The New York Times justified their endorsement of Nana the Doddering Democrat by stating “Donald Trump is a man who dwells in false promises.”
“If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.”
Attorney General Loretta Lynch told reporters this week that they may “never know” Islamic terrorist Omar Mateen’s “true motivation” for his homicidal attack on an Orlando nightclub.
Yeah, that’s a real mystery, Matlock.
Despite early “reports,” the Cascade Mall Shooting was not committed by a white guy but by a Turkish immigrant named Arcan Cetin. Meanwhile, the murderer in Houston was a South Asian man named Desai.
The media was devastated over the death… of their narrative.
Cetin — who isn’t even a citizen — has apparently managed to vote on multiple occasions.
He might not be a citizen, but he’s clearly a Democrat.
Democrats say “it never happens,” but investigations have revealed multiple dead people registered to vote from Colorado to Virginia, as well.
Dead Votes Matter
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill this week eliminating the statute of limitations on rape cases.
“Lessee; did I rape anyone in Cali?”
Obama took advantage of CNN’s fealty, holding a “town hall” in which he pretended to care about veteran’s issues.
Plenty of vets watched. Not like he’s given them anything better to do…
Obama consigliere Valerie Jarrett claimed this week that Obama “took action to ensure that if you are in the biz of selling guns, you must register and conduct background checks.”
But giving them to Mexican narco-terrorists for free remains kosher.
Trump picked up the endorsement of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, a union representing more than 5,000 immigration and customs enforcement personnel.
Not surprising, since all they got from the Democrats was funerals.
And The Washington Post broke new ground this week when they asked the question “Is your dog’s Halloween costume sexist?”
Why not just ask a dog? Its answer is bound to be smarter than the question.
And that’s your week in review! For the Personal Liberty Digest®, I’m Ben Crystal saying “See you next week, on The WIRE!”