Thursday, July 12, 2018

Thursday Evening Round Up

Thunder's booming and roaring overhead, the dog's asleep on a Moslem rug and you can smell the rain on the Texan wind.

Stormy The Prostitute

In other exciting news, Stormy The Prostitute was arrested, in a strip club no less and then released. Meanwhile, President Trump had the sheer, brazen, unashamedly fascist effrontery to suggest that the US taxpayer shouldn't pay for European defense; defense against what, the Kremlins? 

May The Traitor

Trump's also slammed Britain's notorious traitor, Theresa May, for failing to deliver on Brexit. Think about it, Traitor May. What's better, a deal with Germany or the US? America or Germany? And while you're at it, how popular will you remain if you ignore the 17.4 million who voted to leave. Don't say Peasants' Revolt.

Regardless, Melania touched down in the UK, looking good to an RAF honor guard. The Queen has apparently organised a parade at Windsor Castle to welcome a President that isn't Obama and we can all look forward to some martial pomp and pageantry. 

Melania Looking Awesome

It'll make for a pleasant alternative to watching bolshevik teenagers running around howling for open borders and a tofu burger on every plate.

Speaking of Great Britain, a Christian Pastor, Richard Smith,  was elected Mayor of Ferryhill in County Durham in May, but had to resign because of a hate campaign led by a local drag queen called Tess Tickle. No kidding, you can read all about it here.

A Typical FBI Traitor

Then there's bizarre case of FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who's been trying to tell Congress that he's a patriot despite being a traitor. Tricky. And lest we forget, there's a new nominee for SCOTUS, thus sealing the left like a doomed djinn into a bubble of impotent rage for decades if not millennia. 

Weird, isn't it, how the progressive, comsymp, NWO elite, Illuminati stooge, MillSoc left went from anguished grief about The Children to shrieks of pro-abortion, kill your kid in the womb mania in the space of a SCOTUS nomination. 


Thoughts on fauxtrage running skin deep aside, here at the Compound we have to ask. Would an impartial observer question the progleft's love of children?

Last but by no means least, England lost to Croatia but not before some 20 million pints of beer were drunk.

Don't say theater of the absurd, say roll on the parade.

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LL said...

I don't even know where to begin. Save the children and kill the babies has been a refrain for the looney left for a long time. I have no idea how you could possibly reconcile the two, but I'm not "progressive".

Poor Stormy. People forgot about her. Until she was arrested. The life of a prominent whore is not an easy one.

The Europeans don't know what to do with President Trump. They long for the old days when America gave them money and didn't ask any questions.

The FBI longs for the days when their corruption wasn't on the TV every single day too.

When you shine a light on the roaches, they scuttle for darkness. Such is the nature of a swamp.

LindaG said...

More annoyance than I can handle this weekend.

Even hubby had to admit that Melania looked fabulous. :)

You all have a blessed weekend, Parson. Go get those fish!

LSP said...

It's got to be difficult for the FBI, LL. I don't think they figured on their skulduggery ever being brought to light. Speaking of skulduggery, why hasn't Rod "Weasel" Rosenstein been fired?

As for The Children, was there ever such brazen hypocrisy?

LSP said...


Linda, you make an excellent point.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

Ah yes. Abortion. The sacrament of sacraments for the leftist cult.

Catholics have the Eucharist. Libs have abortion. The sacrament from which all their power flows.

LSP said...

Who was it, Infidel, that said abortion's a sacrament? Let's see, Gloria Steinem, just for starters. Then there's the Episcopalien priestess Carter Hayward. And let's not forget lesbian Rev. Katherine Ragsdale, onetime head of the Episcopal Divinity School. "Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done" was her war cry.

But a sacrament of what? John 8 springs to mind, "He was a murderer from the beginning."