Mueller's Initial Indictment Expected Tomorrow; CNN's Cozy Relationship With Fusion GPS
By: StaffOctober 29, 2017
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Mueller's Initial Indictment Expected Tomorrow

Special Counsel Robert Mueller, whose team of lawyers has been looking into Russian involvement in last year's election, will reportedly announce his first indictment tomorrow.  Although there has been no official announcement, some of Mueller's lawyers were spotted at the federal courthouse in DC on Friday, where they filed the requisite papers.

CNN's Cozy Relationship With Fusion GPS

CNN correspondent Evan Perez is apparently extremely close to the founders of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm hired to dig up salacious dirt on politicians.  Fusion is the company that created the notorious anti-Trump "dossier" that was funded in large part by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party.  CNN, coincidentally or not, has been accused of treating Fusion GPS with kid gloves while regularly hammering President Trump.

A Primer On That "Dossier"

For anyone wishing to know more, much more, about the endlessly-discussed "dossier," The Hill has a comprehensive rundown of what it contains, how it was funded, by whom it was compiled, and the shady role of some major Washington players. 

Houston Astros Player Busted By PC Cops

Houston Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel, now playing in the World Series, defected from Cuba's repressive regime just last year.  This week he was introduced to America's repressive regime of political correctness.  Gurriel, unaware of our (over?) sensitivities, made a stupid anti-Asian gesture Friday night after blasting a home run off an Asian pitcher.  As punishment, he will be forced to sit out five games next season, meaning he will lose nearly $300,000 in salary.  If it's a lesson in racial sensitivity, it sure is an expensive one.

Kneeling Baseball Player Busted By Real Cops

Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell garnered some much-wanted attention as the only major league baseball player to take a knee during the recent National Anthem protests.  He is now garnering unwanted attention after being arrested for pointing a gun at a woman who was making a food delivery.  He has been arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct.

Emergency NFL Meeting Tomorrow

Houston Texans team owner Bob McNair ignited another racial controversy in the National Football League with his recent crack about "inmates running the prison."  The team is reportedly planning a pre-game protest today, perhaps with the entire squad taking a knee.  Meanwhile, players have called for a special meeting tomorrow in Philadelphia, which will reportedly include McNair, commissioner Roger Goodell, and unemployed quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Catalonia: Spanish Loyalists Fight Back

There are two wildly opposed factions in the Spanish region of Catalonia and its largest city, Barcelona.  While many Catalans are clamoring for autonomy and while the region has issued a "declaration of independence," others want to remain in the fold of Spain's central government.  Thus far the competing protests and demonstrations have been mostly peaceful, but a few radicals on both sides are predicting violence and promising a "fight to the death."

Juicy Dirt in JFK Files

Researchers continue to sift through thousands of JFK-related documents that were made public last week.  The papers confirm long-alleged cooperation between the Kennedy-era CIA and mafia dons, who plotted to murder Fidel Castro.  Another document claims, without corroborating evidence, that President Lyndon Johnson had once belonged to the Ku Klux Klan.

Maxine Mesmerizes Motown

Congresswoman Maxine Waters, reveling in her new role as the face of the anti-Trump resistance movement, spoke to a convention of women in Detroit this weekend.  She gave her usual rousing speech and had the ladies on their feet chanting, "Impeach 45, Impeach 45."  Frequently named one of the most corrupt members of Congress, "Auntie Maxine" has nevertheless become the far left's favorite politician.

Resort for Plus-Sized Vacationers

The doors are wider, the beach chairs are doubly reinforced, and the buffets are never, ever skimpy.  A resort in the Bahamas caters to people who are extremely obese and aren't comfortable being surrounded by bikini-clad skinny folks.  The resort comes with a big fat price tag - $16,400 for six days – but rest assured that three hefty meals a day are included.

Retort for a Plus-Sized Lefty

President Trump is having some fun with left-wing agitator Michael Moore, whose one-man Broadway show has not been bowling over audiences.  The president felt obligated to point out that the production was a "TOTAL BOMB and was forced to close."  Moore's show, which was widely panned by critics, closed last week after disappointing at the box office.  Even the New York Times called the show "shaggy and self-aggrandizing."  Actually, that sounds like a description of its writer and star!

White Supremacists' Epic Fail in Tennessee

There was supposed to be a "White Lives Matter" rally in Murfreesboro, Tennessee this weekend, but it was called off due to lack of interest.  While a handful of white nationalists did show up, they were vastly outnumbered by counter protesters.  There were no arrests, just a few Nazi salutes and lots of overtime pay for cops.

Trump Pal: No Tweets For You!

Donald Trump supporter and self-proclaimed provocateur Roger Stone has reportedly been permanently banned from Twitter.  Stone spent much of his Friday evening sending profanity-filled messages about CNN and its erratic anchor Don Lemon.  Stone was apparently set off when CNN reported that special counsel Robert Mueller is about to file charges.

But Will They Get An Employee Discount?

Walmart will soon be using robots to scan the shelves at many of its outlets.  The machines are able to move up and down the aisles and determine which items are in the wrong spot or need to be replaced.  The retailer insists that the new technology will save human-variety employees time and energy, but will not cost any workers their jobs.

Man Spends Night Locked in Beer Cooler

A Wisconsin man named Jeremy Van Ert got locked inside a walk-in beer cooler at a convenience store last week.  He drank a beer, had a few cans of malt liquor, and waited until employees showed up the next morning.  Unfortunately for Van Ert, he was on criminal probation at the time and police didn't buy his story that he was locked in the cooler "accidentally."  He was arrested for theft and tossed in jail, where there is no beer, no malt liquor, and certainly no assurance of being freed when employees show up in the morning.

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