+ Steve West, Republican nominee for Missouri state representative:
“Hitler was right about what was taking place in Germany. And who was behind it.”
+ John Fitzgerald, Republican congressional nominee in California:
“Everything we’ve been told about the Holocaust is a lie.”
+ Arthur Jones, Republican congressional nominee in Illinois:
“Nazi ideology is the ideology of the average American white person, but they don’t know it.”
So this is where the Republicans seem headed:
The moderates are the ones in the sheets.
News Headline: “Youth voter registration skyrockets across the country after Parkland High School massacre.”
Youth registration is up 2.16 percent.
Add skyrocketing to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
A man in Thibodaux, La., called 911 to ask if there were any warrants out against him and was told there were no warrants but he was now charged with unlawful use of an emergency phone system.
The Welsh town of Chepstow has celebrated declaring itself plastic-free by hanging a large plastic banner at a town entrance.
News Headline: “Trump’s not a liar. He’s a madman.”
There is always multi-tasking.
News Headline: “A man is in jail after assaulting another man with a watermelon.”
It happened in a seedy part of town.
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News Headline: ” ‘Roseanne’ reboot holds a mirror to America.”
There are bookshelves with books in Roseanne’s TV living room.
Must be a mirror to somewhere else.
News Headline: “Why is Trump so quiet?”
He has finally said everything that could possibly be said about anything.
At least twice.
+ There were 10,329 vegans in Slovenia in 2008.
+ Iran is four times the size of Iraq.
+ Dr. Seuss intended his name to rhyme with “choice.”
+ James Madison’s last words were: “I always talk better lying down.”