Good News August 24

Good News from the Resistance: We’re trying hard, oh so very hard not to gloat. But after last Tuesday, we bet all the rubles in Paul Manafort’s bank accounts that even our beloved Michelle O dipped just a tiny bit down into the “low” she warned us against. (We’re smiling at the thought of Michelle and Barack doing a fist-bump while watching Don Lemon deliver the news on CNN). At long last, after 579 days, the criminal enterprise known as the Trump presidency is getting its due. Trump’s worst hour as president (so far) was one of our country’s finest. Suddenly, Auntie Maxine has a lot more people listening when she dares to utter the “I” word.

Good News seekers, we have much to look forward to in the wheels-of-justice pipeline. A fourth judge just ruled that Mueller’s witch hunt, a.k.a. investigation is constitutional and legitimate. And it’s full steam ahead on Manafort’s upcoming money laundering and foreign lobbying Trial #2. Scheduled to start in 3 weeks, it’s promising to be a blockbuster.

Wait, there’s more! In the wake of Michael Cohen’s squawking, the Manhattan DA is considering charges against the Trump Organization for falsifying financial records; Judge Fernando Tapia ruled that our Thug-in-Chief’s security team must face a jury for punching and choking protesters outside of Trump Tower; Omarosa (and other former White House prisoners) is likely to be on the speaking circuit with more tales of palace intrigue, as Judge Arlene Bluth ruled the Mobster-in-Chief’s mandatory employment NDA (non-disclosure agreement) didn’t prevent an employee from spilling the beans on everything that goes on in the White House; the contents of the Russian pee-pee  tape got closer to seeing the light of day (and CNN) when U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta ruled the FBI has to obey a Freedom of Information Act request from the press that will unseal documents related to their investigation into the Steele dossier; and the National Enquirer CEO was granted immunity in the Michael Cohen case, so it’s likely we’ll soon find out how many papers a pickled Pecker can protect. It’s all Good News.

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WE JAMES CORDEN’S GOSPEL INDICTMENT SONG

In the character of Robert Meuller, Corden hands down Manafort’s indictment in song, with a Gospel choir backing him up. “If I may be candid, I caught you red and dirty-handed.”

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WE THAT THE ANIMALS ARE FINALLY FREE

Our favorite non-governmental, non-political news of the week. Thank  you, Nabisco.

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WE THIS IF-TRUMP-FIRES-MUELLER EMERGENCY PLAN

From the halls of Congress to streets across the U.S., there are plans.

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WE ADOPTING DOGS FROM TSA

Who wouldn’t want a pet that failed a government employment test for being “too nice”?

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WE AGREEMENT ON PRINT-AT-HOME GUNS

Democrats and Republicans agree: they’re a bad idea.

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WE READING WHAT DUNCAN  HUNTER (R-CA) SPENT CAMPAIGN MONEY ON

CNN published the highlights. Turns out it’s expensive to appear rich.

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WE NUNS ON A BUS IN MAR-A-LAGO

Remember the corrupt tax law? Social activist nuns do, and they’re traveling to Trump’s Florida playground to tell him what they think about it.

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WE CHANGING THE FACE OF CONGRESS

One midterm outcome is certain: Congress will be more diverse.

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WE INTRA-MARITAL GOP DISCORD

During the election we wondered how Kellyanne could have so completely sold her soul. As it turns out, her husband is now wondering the same thing.

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WE TAKING ACTION: WATCH THIS VERY FUNNY SCOTUS AD AND ACT

Planned Parenthood nailed it with this 3- minute video. Watch to the end, and just do it!

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