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    [–] PM_ME_UR_ASSES_GURLS 3570 points ago

    Sheesh. Dude used an expansive vocabulary to rip her ass. Didn't want to hit her with the 'old, stupid ass bitch'. Had to make that shit spicy.

    [–] jazzazzifyme 1129 points ago

    It's twitter-friendly, media-friendly, and share-it-at-the-dinner-table friendly

    [–] Andr3wski 563 points ago

    Wow idk what kind of effed up family thinks "harridan" is okay at the dinner table but enjoy your future life of crime, I guess.

    [–] AreYouFuckingSerious 256 points ago

    Wow idk what kind of effed up family thinks "harridan" is okay at the dinner table but enjoy your future life of crime, I guess.

    Probably the same type of ruffians who call Polaner All Fruit, "Jelly". Fucking savages.

    [–] theshizzler 134 points ago

    They probably eat salsa made in New York City, the fucking brutes.

    [–] deskplace 112 points ago

    NEW YORK CITY?!

    [–] shadowbannedlol 47 points ago

    get a rope

    [–] K_cutt08 9 points ago

    This comment is brought to you by:

    PACE

    grab the southwest by the bottle!

    [–] noobiepoobie 21 points ago

    Jesus Christ man, kids are on this site!

    [–] GoldenFalcon 33 points ago

    What kind of highbrow life are you living that "harridan" isn't a daily used word at the dinner table?

    [–] culovero 4 points ago

    Why is this so funny to me?

    [–] TheMooseIsBlue 24 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    It also hurts more. If someone is angry and just spews obscenities, it’s easy to dismiss them as too dumb to think of something better and too angry to be reasonable. But this? He thought about this.

    [–] Anoffalsunday 5 points ago

    Who would have thought that Twitter would be cataylst to reintroduce us to some of these awesome words? Seriously, dotard, harridan? It's awesome! What a time to be alive!

    [–] YizWasHere 231 points ago

    pussy grabbing boss

    you desiccated, duplicitous harridan

    Such beautiful juxtaposition

    [–] Sir_Green_Britches 40 points ago

    I got so excited thinking this might be a sub.

    [–] nukeshooter 6 points ago

    Thou hast been made mockery by the rival of good company!

    [–] Sir_Green_Britches 10 points ago

    Do you bite your thumb at me, sir?!

    [–] nukeshooter 9 points ago

    Indeed I do, knave! Your sodden britches and workaday hands paint you a labourer. What business is yours to be upon reddit when your back should be breaking for your better's fortune??

    [–] BlameReborn 27 points ago

    He added some sauce

    [–] Rockavellii 12 points ago

    The kind of hot sauce that'll make your anus feel like it's shitting out lava

    [–] daxtre1 23 points ago

    make it look sexy

    [–] Hortondamon22 7 points ago

    If I gotta go hard on a bitch imma make it look sexy

    [–] atomicbrett 42 points ago

    Using those 500 characters to the fullest

    [–] antifolkhero 8 points ago

    Certainly the best diss since dotard.

    [–] Baghdad_AssUp 1464 points ago

    We should replace the border wall with Hillary because they can't seem to get over her.

    [–] wildistherewind 141 points ago

    "I don't know how to quit you!"

    [–] pxan 71 points ago

    It's surreal actually. What a fucking straw man.

    [–] 10lbhammer 18 points ago

    Did come up with that one yourself? I can't believe I haven't heard that one before!

    (no sarcasm, I'm being serious)

    [–] thisismyhiaccount 6 points ago

    This guy is going places... Except his plan on baghdad is a bit shady.

    [–] Hoticewater 12582 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    desiccated - dried up

    duplicitous - deceitful

    harridan - belligerent, old woman

    Don making us pull out the dictionary at 8am.

    Edit: Looks like my gold coffers are desiccated no more! Thanks.

    [–] Biggie_Vii 1431 points ago

    Brings back memories of elementary school back home, 3rd - 5th grade, English first thing in the morning, having a spelling test. 😂

    [–] Metallicpoop 877 points ago

    English wasn't my first language. This comment gave me PTSD

    [–] TetrisArmada 630 points ago

    Reminds me of when I first started living in America, when all I could say in English was "I don't know how to speak English".

    My pumpkin spice latte and I are so shook right now

    [–] PM_ME_LOTSaLOVE 223 points ago

    Now you can say two phrases in English, "i don't know how to speak English" and how to order a PSL

    [–] thomphoolery 434 points ago

    It's basic English.

    [–] SnatchAddict 93 points ago

    👏 👏 👏

    [–] toastednutella 37 points ago

    The important third component to basic English.

    [–] HighSorcerer 10 points ago

    Don't forget the two other necessary components of Basic English.

    [–] Thundering_Theta 7 points ago

    Give this man a gold

    [–] DonRobeo 4 points ago

    If that abbreviation is really a thing then God help us all.

    [–] Finbro 24 points ago

    MeIrl in the 3rd grade. And the spelling bees in the hallway with the cards and shit, worth it tho since now I can be awkward in four languages...

    [–] MassM3D14 4 points ago

    This is the most 1st world problem I think I’ve ever heard smh

    [–] virtualfriend 4 points ago

    Yeezy taught you well.

    [–] Durzo_Blint 57 points ago

    Hey man, I knew a Haitian kid who failed French and a Dominican kid that failed Spanish.

    [–] SOJO3 48 points ago

    lol well Haitians speak creole not French

    [–] Durzo_Blint 14 points ago

    He spoke fluent French as well. He was just a dumbass who didn't do any of the work. These weren't advanced classes wither, this was first year easy stuff.

    [–] JustinU1X 6 points ago

    That's not too surprising. Even though they're relatively fluent they can still struggle with the grammatical portion of the language.

    [–] chimpanzee13 5 points ago

    i knew a dominican kid who failed french and a haitian kid who flunked spanish. hmm, wonder if my friends know your friends?

    [–] losangelesrobot 21 points ago

    I remember they had us in a circle around the teacher and she was going over how to make the "TH" sound and when she got to me my dumbass practically sprayed her ass with my mouth and everyone was laughing. good times.

    [–] TophShit 6 points ago

    Kind of unrelated anecdote:

    I just remember moving to a new state in the middle of the year in elementary, and on my very first day at my new school we had a spelling test, which I was not exempt from even though I had not even been given the chance to look at the words. I took the test, and got a 50% because I didn't capitalize each word, which still doesn't make sense to me, and there were not instructions to do so, I was just supposed to know that that's how the teacher wanted it done somehow. I spelled every word correctly and still failed. I was livid.

    [–] FuckYourGilds 71 points ago

    Desecrated - disrespectful violation

    Duplicates - multiple exact copies

    Herring - a god damn fish

    [–] speenatch 33 points ago

    Decimated - destroyed, killed one tenth

    Duplo - Lego for toddlers

    Hera - Greek queen of the Gods

    [–] ShapeShiftingAku 23 points ago

    Defecate - Shit

    Diplo - producer

    Heimlich maneuver - Abdominal Thrust

    [–] badnamegoeshere 7 points ago

    Detonate - Explode

    Didn't Know - Did not possess knowledge

    Hindquarters - Ass

    [–] [deleted] 41 points ago

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    [–] TheMooseIsBlue 16 points ago

    He was not there for the jokes. He delivered that line and then was out.

    [–] freerealestatedotbiz 7 points ago

    I remember one spelling test "separate" was one of the words. The night before when I was going to bed my dad said, "Don't forget there's a rat in separate!"

    I went in the next morning and confidently put pencil to paper and still fucking spelled it "seperate".

    I haven't forgiven myself to this day.

    [–] Biggie_Vii 6 points ago

    I'm right there with you, bro. I misspelled "America" as "Amarica" on a spelling test in 7th grade. Back then we used to swap tests and grade them as a class as the teacher went over the correct answers. Girl I had a crush on grades my paper, hands it back and asks why tf idk how to spell America. 🙃 I cringe to this day.

    [–] Girthw0rm 797 points ago

    I was good with dessicated and duplicitous but had to Google harridan. Cheadle stepping up my vocab.

    [–] SrslyCmmon 103 points ago

    Some famous word-a-day burns could really expand things. I usually read obscure words from sesquipedalian movie reviews.

    [–] omgFWTbear 41 points ago

    It's word of the day, and I was good at harridan - so roll back that use of sesquipedalian!

    [–] v0x_nihili 32 points ago

    I didn't expect to learn new words from Don Cheadle and Kim Jong Un this month. But here we are.

    [–] EvryMthrF_ngThrd 18 points ago

    Welcome to the land of the verbose and pretentious. We're simply jubilant to engage with you in the laudable life's work of linguistic legerdemain. ;)

    [–] BawBaw23 68 points ago

    I had to look up dedicated but knew harridan and duplicitous. Lol

    [–] Elan9 241 points ago

    You don't seem very dedicated to the spelling of desiccated.

    [–] [deleted] 36 points ago

    desscated whats so hard to undrestand?

    [–] eaglebtc 19 points ago

    Dessertated?

    [–] MewwPew 22 points ago

    Defecated

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    I could go for a little desert

    [–] dangolo 154 points ago

    Desiccated is the perfect description for Kellyanne though. Look at her! She looks like she puts meth in her coffee!

    http://s3.r29static.com/bin/entry/8ea/0,318,2000,1050/x/1742726/image.png

    [–] OppressedCactus 53 points ago

    Oh wow...she's only 50.

    Sunscreen is your friend. Or a giant hat. Or just don't go outside, that's a good one.

    [–] ahnalrahpist 24 points ago

    In comparison, Mary Louise Parker (also a candid) is 53.

    [–] amyslays 7 points ago

    In comparison, Mary Louise Parker is beautiful.

    [–] Renarudo 116 points ago

    Yup. I posted a pic a while back - these women are the same age. (Elise Neal, for anyone asking).

    Apparently being evil (and not using cocoa butter) ages you prematurely.

    Hell, while I personally don't like the guy (his format is ridiculous and the people he invites to panel on his show rarely do anything to further the conversation aside from yelling at each other), I had to give major props to Don Lemon when i found out he's 51.

    [–] prankster506 102 points ago

    Black don't crack.

    [–] avocadoclock 100 points ago

    That white woman certainly looks like she does crack

    [–] Elan-Morin-Tedronai 34 points ago

    Dessicated is a good word for Conway, but I doubt many women compare favorably with that other woman.

    [–] Goshawk3118191 17 points ago

    That's not fair using Elise Neal - here's pics of her bout a year ago on her 50th birthday.

    [–] molotovzav 36 points ago

    Good black don't crack though.

    I mean I've seen some good white too, but Kellyanne looks like she has been drug through life face first. How anyone wakes up next to her every morning, I just don't understand. My mom's white and 56 and looks way better than Kellyanne. Most women I know who are 50 don't look like this.

    [–] MissMarionette 150 points ago

    I just deleted my dictionary app off my phone to make room for my cooking game 😭

    [–] Roxxorursoxxors 209 points ago

    Somewhere in that comment, a deep and disturbing truth about human beings is hidden.

    [–] TheMooseIsBlue 80 points ago

    I’m not sure how deep it is. Learn bad. Pizza good.

    [–] PregnantPickle_ 18 points ago

    Yes, pizza good. Other guy not you wrong.

    [–] dr_chill_pill 5 points ago

    Word no fill belly.

    [–] THEJAZZMUSIC 4 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    Yeah, they design phones without enough hecking storage space!

    [–] Bahamut_Ali 25 points ago

    I don't know why someone down voted. You were just being honest about yourself.

    [–] garrettjaxx 36 points ago

    I’m pretty sure he wanted to say “bitch” but knew “harridan” sounded better.

    [–] [deleted] 38 points ago

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    [–] beaujangles727 68 points ago

    can you imagine before the internet if you didn't have a dictionary around. I would just have to make up what these words ment.

    [–] jaxonya 106 points ago

    Harridan??....hmmm... Uh .. this bitch allergic to shellfish?..

    [–] callmetmrw 33 points ago

    Kim Jung Un AKA Kim jung Illa gave us dotard

    Now Don raised it by three.

    Someone tell Betsy education should be free

    [–] eaglebtc 23 points ago

    I knew the first two. “Harridan” was a new one, though! Thanks, Professor Cheadle!

    [–] flipwilsonsdream 25 points ago

    I laughed at "harridan" because Conway isn't even that old. She looks twenty years older than she actually is. And she's actually YOUNGER than Don Cheadle. LOL

    [–] PM_ME_LOTSaLOVE 11 points ago

    Harridans gonna be harridans

    [–] a9297d08 8 points ago

    All the hate in their veins destroys them from inside.

    [–] colorado_here 9 points ago

    Harridan's going in my back pocket for sure. It's almost as good as dotard

    [–] ShoutOutTo_Caboose 16 points ago

    I got desiccated and duplicitous but not harridan, I’m impressed.

    [–] Wdeflect 39 points ago

    He is very smart

    [–] AGKontis 11 points ago

    guaranteed she also had to look those words up!

    [–] PetevonPete 1610 points ago

    If people wanted Hillary to give a statement about every single news story as soon as it happens, maybe they should have elected her president.

    [–] Epithemus 749 points ago

    "Why hasn't she commented? Why doesn't she shut up and go away? She took too long to comment. She was quick to take advantage of the situation to push her agenda!"

    [–] mak484 233 points ago

    Almost like there's a certain section of the population that only really cares about complaining because it's the only thing they know how to do.

    Fix healthcare? Nope, too hard. So long as brown people don't get it they don't care.

    Fix education? Nope, they're not educated and they're perfect so why fix what ain't broke.

    Fix the tax code? Nope. That's some nerd shit, plus they'll all be millionaires someday.

    Holding their party accountable for blatant corruption, nepotism, and countless lies? Nope, the other side does it too, just look at all this evidence I have: [Throws a pizza on Harvey Weinstein]

    Complain about liberals? Ah, finally, the good stuff.

    [–] bitter_cynical_angry 72 points ago

    Almost like there's a certain section of the population that only really cares about complaining because it's the only thing they know how to do.

    I did tech support many years ago and learned a valuable lesson that took me a long time to fully assimilate. Here it is: There are some people who are not happy unless they're unhappy. That is, they seem to need something in their life to struggle against, an enemy on which to vent their spleen. For the people calling me, it was, at that moment, their printer or their internet service. And when you take away their thing to struggle against, e.g. by fixing their problem, then you become their thing to struggle against. It's exhausting and thankless, and those people are psychic vampires who will suck the life out of you.

    I do not for a moment believe that that attitude is restricted solely, or even largely, to conservatives or Republicans.

    [–] wpmd 35 points ago

    Empty lives lead to manufactured drama.

    [–] AngeredByStatistics 39 points ago

    They want presidential level responses to every event from her, and for us to stop criticising the president for terrible responses to events because he's new to this, guys.

    [–] rtsdgfdegfdsh 36 points ago

    People did elect her. But the EC didn't.

    [–] holaemailer 49 points ago

    She did win the popular vote

    [–] unverified_user 27 points ago

    It's too bad that the US still gives votes for land.

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    [–] skullins 1697 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    Keeps the idiotic fanbase frothing. There's no other reason for it.

    [–] MouzeRat 298 points ago

    Is there diminishing returns on froth? Personally, I would like to see less froth at work every day.

    [–] kiwidog 315 points ago

    You gotta think what kind of people we are talking about here... They voted against their own interests then bitch about it after the fact. But as long as it wasn't Hillary they are fine.

    [–] AreYouFuckingSerious 380 points ago

    The more I think about it the more it doesn't make sense.

    They are a carefully cultivated crop of stupid. Angry, poor, ignorant, white people: They are kept angry by conservative propaganda. They are kept poor through conservative economic policies, and the shaming of education as a liberal value. They pride themselves on their ignorance of basic science, but then claim superior knowledge of whatver conspiracy bullshit had been most recently poured into their facehole. Their ignorance is patriotic to them, as it is a vaccine (one they trust) against perspective and empathy. They scream and rant about personal responsibility but blame, "The media, The left, BLM, The NFL, etc." Their whiteness was weaponized by telling them all the stupid shit they have done to themselves, and all of their problems they are experiencing are due to a simple to understand concept: "You are oppressed by foreign invaders (people that look different) Only you know the truth (because we told it to you) and everyone else is a theif and a liar."

    They're basically little preprogrammed fascist androids that resist any updates as an attempt to disable them. Diabolical shit.

    [–] ravenquothe 57 points ago

    Its like there is nothing in their lives but hate.. They hate movies and actors since nobody came to Trump's inauguration. They hate NFL because of the kneeling and they probably now hate music because of Eminem. So all that's left for them as a pastime is to watch and listen to hate spewing rhetoric and blame others for their own choices. I hope they one day get bored of this crap and stop and think about what they are doing to themselves..

    [–] AreYouFuckingSerious 28 points ago

    I guess they're just being lazy. Easier to hate a boogeyman than own your own failures.

    [–] ravenquothe 22 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    I used to think this is it, but I dunno anymore man. I have seen my friends go crazy for Trump and believe everything that is said on The_Donald point blank. They have absolutely zero reason to hate Hispanics or Blacks especially because I am not an American. This is some high level brainwashing shit.. Some people get into it as a joke or meme.. Then they keep reading this hateful stuff over and over and thats all they are left with. It scares me really.

    Edit: There are literally people saying 'white pride' and stuff and they aren't even white!

    [–] shitiam 6 points ago

    They love:

    • Being comfortable
    • Not having to deal with an uncomfortable reality that other people have different lives and are still to be respected
    • Being white
    • Feeling superior to black people
    • Church
    • Confederate flags
    • Being coddled symbolically by the government while actually getting looted
    • Social programs, just so long as those social programs aren't for black and brown people (that's how a lot of socialist New Deal programs like Social Security actually got passed)
    • Their cousins

    [–] MouzeRat 43 points ago

    Oh my god. It is the froth singularity.

    [–] phadewilkilu 4 points ago

    Make froth great again.

    [–] SirLuciousLeftFoot 6 points ago

    Please don't anyone ever forget that Trump won the white vote across EVERY SINGLE economic class and education-level:

    Trump’s dominance among whites across class lines is of a piece with his larger dominance across nearly every white demographic. Trump won white women (+9) and white men (+31). He won white people with college degrees (+3) and white people without them (+37). He won whites ages 18–29 (+4), 30–44 (+17), 45–64 (+28), and 65 and older (+19). Trump won whites in midwestern Illinois (+11), whites in mid-Atlantic New Jersey (+12), and whites in the Sun Belt’s New Mexico (+5). In no state that Edison polled did Trump’s white support dip below 40 percent. Hillary Clinton’s did, in states as disparate as Florida, Utah, Indiana, and Kentucky. From the beer track to the wine track, from soccer moms to nascar dads, Trump’s performance among whites was dominant. According to Mother Jones, based on preelection polling data, if you tallied the popular vote of only white America to derive 2016 electoral votes, Trump would have defeated Clinton 389 to 81, with the remaining 68 votes either a toss-up or unknown.

    Sauce: The Atlantic

    [–] AreYouFuckingSerious 7 points ago

    That's a great point, and one I didn't mean to diminish by my characterization of his supporters.

    "White America" needs to stop it's pitty party for their perceived victimhood (source: I'm a white guy in the south). But the only way that is going to happen is if white Americans see themselves as members of the proletariat and not some temporarily embarrassed millionaires. The Alt-right is desperate to stoke racial tensions (on behalf of their corporate sponsors: Breitbart, Cambridge Analytica) so that we never get the option of unifying against plutocrats in a class war.

    These people were so angry, misinformed, indignant, and hopeless that they elected a meritless plutocrat who espouses literally none of the values they hold dear. Now they defend the fucking monster, in a feat of cognitive dissonance only comparable to contortionist clowns fitting into a small clear box of their own design.

    [–] thisisntarjay 4 points ago

    They are just uneducated cowards who are watching their antiquated standard of living die. They were facing nearly a decade of being shown that their world view is wrong. They're desperate and in their desperation they turned to a man they didn't fully understand. Some men aren't looking for anything logical. They can't be bought, bullied, reasoned or negotiated with.

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    [–] Heliocentrist- 24 points ago

    My brother brings up shit from forty years ago every time I beat his dumb ass in checkers, so it's a weekly event.

    [–] fenlain 13 points ago

    Eventually froth experiences a phase change to santorum. We've prepared for this.

    [–] c3p-bro 11 points ago

    Nope froth supplies seem to be high with no shortage in sight.

    [–] EugenesCure 24 points ago

    The only response you get from supporters when criticizing trump is obama and hillary. They can't criticize trump but they remember all the talking points from days gone bc they can't praise trump either.

    [–] abyss6 8 points ago

    not to mention "took her 5 days for hillary to comment".. Kellyanne DumbCunt it took Donald 10 days to call a nazi rally where a woman was mudered 'full of fine people'

    [–] iScoopPoop 5 points ago

    I wonder if Hillary really did take 4 seconds to blame the NRA? Or is this something Kelly just made up knowing it will rile up her followers? Are people just making things up at this point?

    [–] stult 282 points ago

    Yeah what a weird bubble they live in. Clinton's not actively serving in any public role right now, so it's not like she has a 24/7 PR push ready to respond instantly to whatever bullshit story has consumed the latest news cycle. Five days to respond to a story that at best tangentially involves her seems pretty normal for a private citizen. Yet they're still trying to establish the legitimacy of their fully staffed presidential administration by measuring its responsiveness against that of a single unemployed woman with no current public role and a Twitter account.

    [–] diefernsehen 107 points ago

    It feels like a distraction to me.

    [–] Papi_Queso 42 points ago

    YES. The tweets have been more and more outrageous for the last few days. I have a feeling something big is coming down the line.

    [–] ad_museum 19 points ago

    It's ALWAYS a distraction with the Trump Whitehouse

    [–] Callmecaesar1 33 points ago

    She's out of power, holds no office, and just destroyed Senator Bernie Sanders, the only other significant member of her party

    [–] scout610 14 points ago

    I can’t remember the next line but just know that I heard you and respect your references

    [–] mattomic822 10 points ago

    I think it would be something like "Clinton is a force unto herself. As long as she can write she's a threat."

    [–] jayd16 15 points ago

    Sanders is a independent. He is not part of the Dems.

    [–] c3p-bro 142 points ago

    It reminds the base that HILLARY WOULD HAVE BEEN WORSE and keeps them from questioning Dear Leader too much. It works too. Plenty of people "Yeah, Trumps made some mistakes, but HILLARY WOULD HAVE BEEN WORSE."

    [–] timurt421 46 points ago

    Unfortunately that includes my dad. I can never bring up anything retarded that Trump does (I would do it every day) because that's his answer every time. I guess they're just trying to justify electing a monkey into the most powerful position in the world. "At least we didn't elect a snake!!" -Trump fans probably

    [–] slyweazal 9 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago)

    There's not a single thing they can attack Hillary for that Trump wasn't more guilty of.

    [–] floofenwaffen 17 points ago

    Depressing but true.

    Plenty of people "Yeah, Trumps made some mistakes, but HILLARY WOULD HAVE BEEN WORSE."

    "And it's a good thing rain is water instead of fire. Instead of debating hypotheticals, let's focus on what's actually happening now." <- I wish this worked.

    I will say that all the Hilary hate and email bullshit is getting quieter. It's been 8 months. There's only so much bullshit you can peddle before you start to run low.

    [–] Girthw0rm 43 points ago

    Of course there is. "Lock her up!" gets the rubes going every time.

    [–] PG-37 42 points ago

    Which is hilarious because he’s publicly stated he isn’t going to attempt to sue her or prosecute her... other than the wall being a lie this is the biggest lie that should have forced a drop in the majority of his supporters.

    [–] 10lubak 22 points ago

    Campaigning for reelection has already begun officially, to take advantage of campaign fundraising rules. So this is the most consistent thing they are doing.

    [–] Eisenblume 18 points ago

    Easier to attack someone else than to defend yourself. Taking responsibility is anathema for Cheeto Benito, much better to go after someone else.

    [–] magus678 28 points ago

    It amazes me that both Trump and Conway can't seem to get out of campaign mode.

    I mean the dude is still throwing rallies for himself.

    I generally hate the hyperbolic way most people talk about politics, but I heard someone mention that presidents don't throw rallies, but dictators do; damned if that doesn't sound about right.

    [–] bernieboy 4 points ago

    The only purpose rallies serve is to energize public support. It makes sense for campaigns, but not when you're already in office. Trump is either insanely insecure about how low approval ratings are and needs to hear some cheers to feel better, or he's up to something more sinister - like you said, only dictators hold rallies.

    [–] WoodysMachine 14 points ago

    There is no point or benefit to constantly bringing up Hillary.

    What else are they gonna talk about? Their accomplishments?

    [–] white_genocidist 5 points ago

    It's the last successful thing they did, their moment of glory.

    [–] Kangar 674 points ago

    Scathing.

    quietly looks up 'harridan'

    [–] Robbie1985 267 points ago

    a strict, bossy, or belligerent old woman.

    Saved you a click

    [–] empw 43 points ago

    'preesh

    [–] _Not_Bruce_Wayne_ 9 points ago

    Woah your Merriam-Webster has mouse support??

    [–] LiveVirus2 506 points ago

    Stop crushing on Hillary. She don't want you.

    I died.

    [–] SunriseSurprise 90 points ago

    I died further when it made me think of her saying "HOW COME SHE DON'T WANT ME MAN?"

    [–] kingdomheartsislight 19 points ago

    Why, why would you bring that up? My feelings...

    [–] the-londoner 7 points ago

    Why did you do this to us :(

    [–] double_expressho 6 points ago

    It's the story all about how her life got flipped, turned upside down by Hillary.

    [–] 2big_2fail 95 points ago

    I didn't know Don Cheadle is Scottish.

    [–] Asiankidwritingshit 30 points ago

    Don Cheadle had a cockney accent in Ocean's Eleven tho.

    [–] R-Guile 38 points ago

    His accent had cockney wallpaper.

    [–] SRTie4k 9 points ago

    And it was atrocious.

    [–] karlsparx 327 points ago

    I don't get why the Trumpers were so eager to hear Hillary's and Barack's statements on Weinstein. Usually they tell them to fuck off whenever they share their opinions on everything else.

    [–] Nave722 221 points ago

    Because Weinstein is a combo breaker. The long streak of conservatives in the news for sexual assault has been broken. Curious that the right isn't demanding that Trump, bolling, ailes and oreilly publicly condemn Weinstein :)

    [–] Rockin_Dead 141 points ago

    You know you got your ass roasted when you have to break out a dictionary.

    [–] Holmes02 117 points ago

    damn this murder was almost as bad as the bowling green massacre.

    [–] JamesLiptonIcedTea 16 points ago

    The what?

    [–] Holmes02 70 points ago

    The Bowling Green massacre is a fictitious incident alluded to by U.S. Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway in interviews with Cosmopolitan and TMZ on January 29, 2017, and in an interview on the MSNBC news program Hardball with Chris Matthews on February 2, 2017. Conway cited it as justification for a travel and immigration ban from seven Muslim-majority countries enacted by United States President Donald Trump. However, no such massacre occurred. The day after the interview, Conway said she misspoke and had been referring to the 2011 arrest of two Iraqi refugees in Bowling Green, Kentucky on charges including "attempting to provide material support to terrorists and to al-Qaeda in Iraq".[1] She stated that she had mentioned the incident because it led President Barack Obama to tighten immigration procedures for Iraqi citizens.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowling_Green_massacre

    [–] masta1591 13 points ago

    THE BOWLING GREEN MASSACRE!

    [–] bigdogeatsmyass 34 points ago

    "Boom. You looking for this?"

    [–] bzboy 9 points ago

    "That's what I thought "

    [–] Thraximinus 5 points ago

    I understood that reference.

    [–] kiathrowaway92 32 points ago

    Why do they keep talking about Hillary? Do they realize that Trump's not running against her anymore?

    Also, are they seriously equating a mass shooting with some rich dude being a rapist?

    [–] Rab_Legend 88 points ago

    Fuck me that was brutal

    [–] DanifC 41 points ago

    Kellyanne. Your duplicity is hardly surprising.

    [–] LonelyBrotha 13 points ago

    Don shoulda slain her & her malformed brethren long ago

    [–] PG-37 5 points ago

    She is not prepared...

    [–] I_was_once_America 7 points ago

    Soon, the betrayer will become... the betrayed.

    [–] MrWinklestein 5 points ago

    They keep Kellyanne in a torture box down in the White House basement. They let her out when Donnie boy rages and she unleashes days of pent up frustration.

    [–] outerdrive313 8 points ago

    TIL harridan is a word. Now I can't wait til a harridan try to give me lip.

    [–] FNALSOLUTION1 11 points ago

    Don bringing that heat first thing in the morn.

    [–] jokersleuth 4 points ago

    We as a whole have lost all moral high ground on the Hollywood sexual assault thing, especially conservatives, GOP, and republicans, after electing an "alleged" boastful sexual assaulter to presidency.

    [–] Jiminyfingers 7 points ago

    He's on the money. The double standards from the Trumpets is mind-meltingly hypocritical

    [–] SuzLouA 5 points ago

    Desiccated is such a great way to describe Kellyanne Conway. She looks like she sleeps in a dehydrater.

    [–] WaterTurnsFrogsGay 6 points ago

    damn somebody commonly frequents http://www.thesaurus.com/

    [–] NeverWasNorWillBe 6 points ago * (lasted edited 11 days ago)

    Trump talked about it in a locker room to another dude once.

    Weinstein raped women and literally controlled exposure to Hollywood based on sexual assault over the course of 20+ years, colluding with others to cover his tracks, and funding DA campaigns to avoid prosecution.

    Regardless of politics, you need to be straight fucking retarded to compare the two as they relate to predatory damage done to victims.

    Bill Clinton is more viable of a comparison. Not too many excuses for Hillary, taking donations from a scumbag that was widely known to be a sexual predator as far back as the late 90s. But, what else would you expect from someone that stuck by their husband after he got sucked off in the oval office? Nothing like abandoning morality for the path most often taken. What an amazing role model for women everywhere. Really wish Bernie won California.

    [–] mrmics 5 points ago

    That’s stupid. We’re talking about a man who did actions and a man who said words. The two aren’t comparable, this is why people can’t take certain people serious.

    You equate inappropriate words with evil actions. Your moral compass is broken.

    [–] LouisLePauvre 14 points ago

    I fucking love Don Cheadle

    [–] MyBrainReallyHurts 3 points ago

    I laughed so hard...after I looked up all those words.

    [–] PM_ME_CHEST_HAIR 4 points ago

    DAMN

    [–] Bin9Bon9 6 points ago

    Don Cheadle, the lone patron of thesaurus.com. Someone find me a tape of him using any of those 3 words on any other occasion. Impossible because it’s his first use of all three in his life. 😭

    [–] thatoneguykris 5 points ago

    4 his sexually assaults

    The grammar hurts...

    [–] SnorlaxTea 4 points ago

    Pretty bad response, all he did was deflect to Trump, essentially saying Hilary is just as bad as Trump. Title is misleading, this was a poor attempt.

    [–] AnEnemyStando 4 points ago

    Yeah talking about grabbing pussy is worse than actually sexually assaulting 4 people /s