Friday, May 4, 2018

Smokey and the Dumbit

White House Press Briefing w/ Sarah Sanders - 5/3/18


17:00.
SARAH: Brian.

BRIAN: A couple quick questions. Does the president believe he's above the law, and...

SARAH: No.

BRIAN: ...and does he prefer to sit down with Kim Jung-Un [vacant stare and pregnant pause from reporter who forgot where he was for a second, probably due to drug abuse] ...before or after?

SARAH: I'll answer the first question. No. Go ahead.

BRIAN: Thank you. And does he prefer to sit down with Kim Jung-un versus Bob Mueller?

SARAH: I certainly think that the president feels like stopping a nuclear war and helping to protect the safety and security of people across the globe [Blade's edit: as opposed to sitting down with an out-of-control prosecutor who is off the rails and working directly for the democrat machine in trying to lay groundwork for a bogus coup Impeachment] would certainly be the number one priority of the president of the United States, and certainly I would think be the priority that most Americans would share and support the president doing.

6 comments:

Z said...

Dontcha just LOVE her? "Dumbit"...excellent!
And, wait...isn't she actually "Smokey EYED!"? :)

Jess said...

I think she's too polite. My answer? "Brian, you're a worthless, two-faced bag of rat feces. Eat crap and die!"

cube said...

I love that she's direct, but also her "killing with kindness" approach does flummox the reporters.

Kid said...

I hate these bastards so much. Random un-associated people need to confront these assholes on the street and beat the piss out of them. They operate with impunity and by Grapthar's Hammer, that just ain't right. The Son's of Warvan need to step it up. Never Surrender !! Never Give Up !!!

DaBlade said...

Z, YES! Sarah is awesome. Now I want to dig up and watch Smokey and the Bandit again. Breaker, breaker for the Bandit!

Jess, That would be satisfying, but ultimately play into their hands. As I'm sure you'll agree, today's so-called reporters WANT the story to be about them. Instead, Sarah just goes "street" on them and they slink away rubbing their ouchies.

cube, uh huh. I couldn't do it. Reminds me of a few years ago when I was substitute teaching kindergarten. (the unruly children play the part of the reporters in this scenario). I ended up carrying 'Brian' down the hall and all the way to see the principal , with him wailing all the way :)

Kid, It is enough for me just to whoop their asses in the arena of ideas day in and day out.

Kid said...

That's all we got I'm afraid.