That’s not what you said before
More lying liars who lie
Blasts from the past … almost literally.
The company you keep.
“… questions raised by Monahan’s allegations continue to hang over his candidacy.”
“They don’t understand why they believe Dr. Blasey Ford but they do not believe Karen Monahan.”
“Are women to be believed except when they accuse certain powerful Democrats?”
Probably not, but it’s closer than you’d think
He’s a busy guy
“An allegation standing alone is not necessarily sufficient…”
“An allegation standing alone is not necessarily sufficient to conclude that conduct occurred”
How convenient. At least they won’t have to commute very far
Their lips say no, but their silence says yes
We don’t need any “believe the woman” nonsense around here
Dead heat in MN.
… no one’s taking it seriously.
“I don’t want an attorney general who beats and abuses women!”
Radio silence from the DNC?
“I never ruined your career. I didn’t choose to do the things you did.”
“So far no congressional Democrat has called for a House Ethics Committee investigation into Ellison…”
All about me, me, me
Two firsts on the way.
“I cannot vote for someone who is accused of domestic violence.”
Due process or don’t discuss?
Question the timing.
“It’s probably not going to happen, but it could theoretically happen.”
“Well, you are decrying bigotry. Louis Farrakhan is a pretty clear bigot.”
Well, most of you, anyway
“Vladimir Putin, I love that Vladimir Putin”
But not “money for sitting around”
“Contrary to recent reports, I have not been in any meeting with him since then…”
“We don’t have affirmative action when it comes to bigotry.”
“…needs to provide a better explanation for what he was doing in Farrakhan’s hotel suite in 2016”
“If you go to work tomorrow and your bosses are Jews, don’t tell them where you’ve been.”
Rep. Keith Ellison, the deputy chair of the DNC posed with a pro-Antifa book on Twitter Wednesday, saying the book …
Franken the biggest loser in Alabama?
“I’d just like to see a bit of civility come back to it, you know?”
“People didn’t use to use the word embarrassing about Seattle, but they use it a lot now.”
“It’s not about me.”