Never ends well
“We are at a tipping point now.”
“Now the plaintiffs can request access to internal Google documents…”
“I hope my father is seeing me from up above, fighting.”
The scandal takes a new twist.
“Law enforcement.” You keep using that phrase but I’m not sure you know what it means
If you’re not paying for it …
Sort of the reverse of law enforcement
“The one thing we do know is he struggles with telling the truth.”
A twisted tale
“It’s just so outrageous, preposterous. Where do you even begin?”
Cojones of solid brass
Wrong jurisdiction for justice
“would likely cause severe and irreparable harm to a wide variety of non-parties, including those implicated in the conduct…”
Filed in the Court of Public Opinion.
Now it’s a case of illegal “marketing”
That beats the $500 billion lawsuit. No, really.
“…totally irresponsible, completely negligent and, in our view, subject to punitive damages.”
Slander, harassment, and sexual discrimination, too.
Revoked three years ago.
“That is something I’ll be raising in a civil lawsuit I’ll be bringing against the Department of Justice.”
“We want to teach people a lesson.”
Brees rips Goodell: “We don’t hear a peep for 10 days.”
“When they go low, Melania Trump calls her lawyers.”
“Thank you, Mr. President, for watching our segment and our show today!”
Will other outlets follow up?
“The Department of Justice declined to comment on…who was notified about it and whether an internal investigation was launched.”
“At worst, career employees in the State and Justice Departments colluded to scuttle public scrutiny of Clinton…”
Come on, man.
Bad blood, bad bluff.
Calling someone by name is no longer good enough
“If you see anyone on the list who is no longer missing please contact us…”
A long overdue challenge
“Secret Service passes for working White House journalists should never be weaponized.”
Everyone’s a winner.
That’s not how any of this works
“Let’s talk about Jesus’ point of view about women. Let’s talk about it.”
“…concentration camps are different from death camps”