Trump Scores….story False

This article has been removed due to some people taking it seriously and not realizing that this is a fake news site connected to a Twitter account that shares this fake news.  We make no attempt to hide the fact that this site is fake but with people quickly clicking through stories, this one was too life like.  The editors meant to go fishing and see who would bite but did not realize how easy it is to spread completely made up news.


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After a few drinks, he admitted that “Trump is the P.R. position.  The truth is that the produce will grow better further north.  Man, this global warming thing is real.”

Trump Names Choice for Supreme Court-Judge Gonzalo Curiel.

In a move that has left many in shock, President-elect Trump has named Judge Gonzalo Curiel as his nominee for the Supreme Court.

This is the judge that Trump had wanted removed from the Trump University fraud case.  Trump had believed that the judge’s rulings were unfair and must be due to him being of Mexican heritage.

President-elect Trump wanted to make up for the “misunderstanding”.


Twitter Makes Huge Post Election Announcement-Edit Button


After years of many followers requesting an edit button, Twitter sends signals that there may be one in the future.

President-elect Trump’s staff has requested that he be allowed to edit his Tweets.  Twitter is rolling out a beta test for the President-elect.  Depending on how the trial works, Twitter may roll it out for all users.


KKK in Shock-members used for their vote, not their ideology.

KKK to Hold support meetings in multiple sites around the country.

Apparently members of the KKK have realized that they were used for their vote.  They had been under the impression the United States of America would now welcome them with open arms and would adopt their message of white power.  Klansmen were under the belief  that their mission of power and control in the United States had finally been realized.

Their disappointment was palpable as members speaking out against this “unjust” turn had tears in their eyes.  With Americans becoming polarized against their message of racism, they are turning to each other for consolation as they again must find their ways back to the shadows of society.




Congressional Leaders to the American Public: “We Hear You!”

Congressional leaders met early this morning to discuss how to move forward and put the negativity of the past behind them.  A high level source with knowledge of the meeting shared that some time yesterday, Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell contacted other leaders in the House and Senate to arrange this meeting.

A joint statement released after the meeting:

“We all came to Washington because we thought that we could help people.  We have become just as frustrated as the American people that we have been unable to work together to solve the problems that need solving.  None of us like spending so much time dedicated to partisan games and appeasing special interest donors.  We all recognize that this is not a game.  What we do or don’t do has real ramifications for the people that have honored us by electing us for office.

We are pledging to each other and to the American people that we will return to respecting the voters.  This will include respecting their votes and the people that they have elected to represent them.  We will continue to have differences of opinion on issues but we will endeavor to find the similarities first and then will negotiate in good faith to find solutions for areas that we differ.

There has been a slide into more partisanship and less productive work here in Washington.  The meeting this morning was to figure how we can improve the situation.  As a part of this effort, we will be contacting leaders of state legislatures and asking that they reexamine how districts are drawn.  The current districting trends seem to be eliminating all moderates from Congress.  We wish to earn back the trust of the people we represent.”

Republican and Democratic leaders of both the House and Senate emerge from an early morning meeting.

While details of the meeting are unclear, it has been reported to The Florida Herald that there was a very serious and prolonged discussion about how the American people feel that elected officials appear to care more about political games than actually improving the country and the lives of the citizens.  The nature of the recent election and several polls showing distrust with leaders seemed to have spurred the conversation.

A NYT/CBS poll reported by The New York Times demonstrated that 82% of people surveyed were disgusted by the 2016 election.

Rasmussen reported only 11% of likely voters believe that Congress is doing an excellent job.