Episode V is here. A lot has happened this week. Former CIA Director John Brennan has been sobbing like a little schoolgirl because his security clearance got revoked. It was deserved—and President Trump can do it. Sorry. Deal with it. Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) won his state’s attorney general primary but has been saddled with a couple allegations of domestic abuse. The Democratic National Committee has been silent for days, only recently suspending him from his deputy chair post pending a review of the allegations. The liberal sleaze pit strikes again.
Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo decided to say that America was never great, which is par for the course for Democrats because they hate America. Forget World War II and liberating the world from Nazism and Japanese aggression. Forget about how charitable we are as a nation, how we came together after the 9/11 terror attacks. America sucks in the eyes of progressives. They’d rather be Europe, which is saddled with fiscal issues and migrants running amok. Even MSNBC took Cuomo to the woodshed, noting how his remarks were poorly constructed and historically illiterate. History didn’t begin until Trump was president apparently.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-18) is running for New York Attorney General, where he feels the president’s rhetoric should be used against him, gone are the days of if they go low, we go high. We’re all in the gutter, which is what all politics is at the end of the day. He pretty much said Trump voters are a**holes and they can go f**k themselves. His congressional district went for Trump in ’16. If he loses the primary on September 13, he plans to defend his seat, which is why the question was pitched to him. Friendly reminder, folks—please vote in November. This is a key election. We have to win, even if the Republican is shoddy—he’s certainly better than any Democrat.
The Triggered Crew, along with Katie Pavlich decided to celebrate at the Trump Hotel in D.C. It was also Matt’s 30thbirthday. Apparently, we’re big enough to be followed by the Daily Beast, which was tracking who was going in and out of the hotel for events. Whatever—we’ll take the exposure.
*Correction: When discussing Maloney and supporting GOP candidate this cycle, even if they're not the best, the crew mentioned PA-18's special election and Conor Lamb. Lamb is a Democrat. Rick Saccone was the GOP candidate. Matt forgot to mention Saccone. That's on me (Matt).