Whoa boy - Phil Mudd weighs in on Hannity's show last night:
"You got that dirt bag telling me that one of the most storied FBI directors ever is a crime boss? ... Facts are facts: Mueller's an American legend, the president is a dirt bag. Idk what to tell you, I'm pissed off" pic.twitter.com/gzqgifCZxU
A Republican Congressman has let loose and expressed his true feelings about President Donald Trump to Erick Erickson, a far right wing pundit. Erickson is a former Fox News contributor and was the editor of RedState. He will not identify the GOP lawmaker who is from a “very Republican” district for obvious reasons, writing the Congressman “is happy to be quoted, so long as I don’t name him.”
“If we’re going to lose because of him, we might as well impeach the motherf**ker,” the unnamed Republican Congressman we’ll call “Rep. X,” supposedly said to Erickson.
Erickson says Rep. X continued his rant, saying, “dammit he’s taking us all down with him. We are well and truly f**ked in November. Kevin [McCarthy] is already circling like a green fly circling sh*t trying to take Paul’s [Ryan] job because nobody thinks he’s sticking around for Nancy [Pelosi]. She’s going to f**k up the cafeteria again too. [Lord’s name in vain], at least I’ll probably lose too and won’t have to put up with that sh*t.”
(Speaker Ryan announced today he is retiring at the end of his term.)
“It’s like Forrest Gump won the presidency, but an evil, really f*cking stupid Forrest Gump. He can’t help himself. He’s just a f**king idiot who thinks he’s winning when people are b*tching about him. He really does see the world as ratings and attention. I hate Forrest Gump.”
The article goes on to say that this congressman publicly defends Trump on Fox News.
A Quiet Place stars real-life wife and husband actors Emily Blunt and John Krasinski in an unconventional horror film that has almost no spoken dialogue.
Much of humanity is dead, and the Simmonds family is hiding on a farm somewhere in New York. Blind creatures that react viciously to sound have killed almost everyone on the planet, so it's essential that no one in the family makes any noise lest they be instantly pounced and mauled by gigantic oozing monsters that resemble t-Rex-lobster hybrids. Fortunately, one of the Simmonds kids is deaf, so the family knows how to communicate using sign language. But staying quiet can be difficult for young children and especially difficult if you're Blunt's character and you step barefoot on a nail while running down a staircase because you've suddenly gone into labor and need to deliver the baby in the soundproof crawl space in the basement. Sounds ridiculous, I know, but this film is taut, gripping and well-acted.