I blame …

Yesterday, Ronna Romney-McDaniel stated publicly while being interviewed on CNN: “I’m blaming the Democrats”.

This answer certainly triggered CNN Anchor Wolf Blitzer, but Ronna Romney-McDaniel repeated her accusation. She even remarked the GOP hasn’t got a majority; it is a few votes short and this is why Trump has problems pushing his agenda through.

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Setting up shop and making buckets

There are still people in Puerto Rico, waiting for FEMA relief. FEMA is now of course headed by a Trump-buddy. Small surprise FEMA was caught red-handed, polishing up and alternating facts. Guess the world should be surprised it was not caught making buckets from Puerto Rican misery.

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Can’t ignore? Then silence!

Trump has ensured another headline again: can’t ignore a woman, then silence her. UK Independent’s reporter David Usborne is in Puerto Rico. He gave his paper an exclusive today: the now famous mayor of San Juan was invited by the White House.

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More May-hem

UK PM Theresa May is in trouble again. Need one why: Brexit, of course! May’s relation with many European leaders was already choppy? Now the European Parliament is causing mayhem.

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A right versus a privilege?

When faced with events in Catalonia and Vegas, as well as the ongoing disaster in Puerto Rico, it seems best to remain silent for a day or so.

Now, like many on the internet, re Vegas I’ve got unanswered questions:

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Shallow?

Some broad told the world, Puerto Rico is a good news story. The people hit by hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico begged to differ. This use of their misery to promote fake news and highly twisted alternative facts, is simply too much to swallow for Puerto Ricans as well as the rest of the world.

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Totally, utterly priceless

The story Politico told the world is totally, utterly priceless. Another member of the Trump administration caught wasting US taxpayers’ money!

This time it was Trump’s now ex-health and human services secretary, Mr. Price. Biggest surprise: it took Trump less time to fire Mr. Price once the scandal broke – than decide to lift the Jones Act for aid to reach Puerto Rico for the next ten days.

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Can’t cope? Won’t cope!

It simply beggars belief. This is not a case of cannot cope! The current US admin won’t cope. It simply refuses to help Puerto Rico.

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Those odd registered voters

A couple of months ago, Trump made one of his many weird claims. It concerned claims about voter fraud and voters registered in more than one US state. Media did some research and concluded it was one of Trump’s many bogus claims, alternative facts, fake news.

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Strange things happen

Alabama is the place where strange thing happen right now. For starters, one dotard dude promoted a political candidate called Luther Strange. The cause for the election campaign was caused by none other than Jeff Sessions being promoted.

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