If you want to just skip the mind-numbing rant from this writer and cut to the class and and elegant offering from the extraordinary Wynton Marsalis clip at the end of this post…well, probably a good idea!
When you live in an Asylum, whether it’s your home, town, city, state, country or even the world at large…if you venture out from your friendly Asylum confines, you’re bombarded with fruit loops of idiocy from the multitude of morons given a public platform. They come in all styles, shapes and colors and are there simply to distract you from anything that has even a scent of the truth. Why? Because they simply have no soul.
First off tonight – we have the former presidential mental heavy-weight, “W”, weighing in with an update to his Iraq “weapons of mass destruction” type guano with the latest fantasy rummaging through the empty space between his ears:
George W. Bush says there is “pretty clear evidence” Russia meddled in Election – via that ever trusted news source – CNN.com
Former President George W. Bush said Thursday that there is “pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled” in the 2016 presidential election.
“It’s problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system because democracy is only as good as the people trust in results,” Bush said at a Milken Institute summit in Abu Dhabi, according to The Independent. He added, “There’s pretty clear evidence that the Russians meddled.”
“Whether they affected the outcome (of the election) is another question, but they meddled, and that’s dangerous for democracy,” Bush continued.
There it is, folks – “pretty clear evidence”. Well, that settles it! Thank God “W” weighed in and put all this election meddling stuff to bed. Who cares there still hasn’t been a shred of evidence to back up his hallucinations. But if he’d just read the friendly but boring posts from this website, he would have known that Russia Insight had all this election meddling nuttiness nailed over a year ago.
But fruit loop hallucinations are in abundance right now. Cast your ear outside your asylum and listen…here they come:
Jim Carrey Wants You to Delete Your Facebook…because of Russia – via theduran.com
It seems that Jim Carrey believes that Americans are so selectively naive that they will just up and vote for whatever they see an ad for on social media. Oh, and the only ads they will put their absolute faith in are those that are designed or purchased by a foreign agent, as it seems the immensely larger amount of political ads and posts on Facebook have little to no effect on the voter population whatsoever.
Voters will make up their mind to vote for a given candidate not because of what they know, what they believe, or what they feel about public policy and the best interests of their nation, or even themselves, but because they happened to see an ad that was allegedly placed by foreign interests, totally unknown to them, to influence the election outcome. Apparently, only the Russian social media marketing is truly effective, while all of those digital media marketing firms hired for big bucks by political campaigns are worthless. As The Duran reported a few months ago:
“the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign spent 1000x more in Facebook ads than the measly $100,000 from accounts that are somehow linked to Russia (now under the scrutiny of the US Congress), and she still lost. “
Never let the facts get in the way of hallucinations. It makes for an unpleasant day.
And ending the trio of bird-droppings for the evening…
Senate Bill Will Force Universities To Protect Free Speech on Campuses – via yournewswire.com
Wait…doesn’t the 1st amendment to the United States Constitution already “guarantee” this?
Somewhere in the vast expanse of whatever universe, grand experiment or bad sit-com we find ourselves living in, God (whether He, She, It or some derivation thereof) is enjoying a cocktail. It’s still early Saturday evening at the Asylum… what other choice do we have but to find a little jazz sanity and partake! Cheers!
Wynton Marsalis & The Young Stars of Jazz – “Take the ‘A’ Train”
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