No Hillary,No Ma’am!


 

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Mrs Clinton I am a fan.  I was hooked, from the moment you let the world know you weren’t going to be a smiling first lady standing by beside the President.  I have always believed you are one of the great political minds.

I’ve voted for you three times and own most of your books.  But I wont be purchasing your next novel.

Clearly your not over losing the election.

Your understandably Bitter

All of your predictions were spot on.  The world is sitting on the edge of our collective seats  living out this nightmare of a presidency.   “He has the codes”

You want us to re-live your candidacy, to hear the inner workings of your mind.

No Ma’am!

We’ve seen it.  First the the live “debates’ which was on a constant loop on the news cable channels. Then again on Saturday Night Live ( No one plays you better than Kate McKinnon with Alec Baldwin playing your rival) which was repeated on the cable news shows (we’ll maybe not Fox) then repeated again on the morning shows.

The only one who wants to re-live this is you and you want us to pay $29.95 to do so!

No 2 da Ma’am! 

While we’ve heard you blame James Comey and others for damaging your campaign, I still waiting to hear your contribution to the failure of your campaign, that’s a bit Trumpian don’t you think?

 Perhaps a walk with Oprah, a smoke with Snoop or a few sessions withDoctor Phil’s.  Knitting, aroma therapy, what ever it takes to get you off this Bitter Betty Tour.

  Mr’s Clinton you are an undeniable force.  You’ve inspired me to work ,to get more women elected to office.   Your male colleagues have made it clear their erections are more important than women’s health care and this wont happen until more women are elected to office.

Both Political parties are lost.  One party is waiting for poll numbers to drop and the other party is waiting for an impeachment. Meanwhile Americans are force to watch this reality themed shit show. We could use a hero.  Do you know anyone?

 

CityFella

 

 

 

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Can SNL topple 45’s administration?


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By: Dean Obeidallah/CNN

Saturday Night Live is clearly no longer content to just comically fillet 45 As we saw again in this Saturday night’s episode, they are increasingly going after key members of his staff. And if recent media reports are accurate, this seems to be rattling Trump and causing dissension within his administration.

When I worked on the production staff of SNL for eight seasons, we never knew if the politician or the celebrity the show would be mocking that weekend would be watching. But of course with Donald Trump, we do know. It appears he can’t help hate-watching the show. Trump has taken to Twitter on multiple occasions to slam the iconic comedy show, even demanding back in October that it be canceled because he was outraged by the way Alec Baldwin and the show depicted him.
Baldwin hosted the show this past Saturday, and if the sole goal of SNL was to drive Trump to Twitter to lash out, they could’ve featured many sketches with Baldwin lambasting the President. After all, Trump offers comedians an abundance of material. But instead, the show made a decision to focus more on key members of his administration like Sean Spicer and Kellyanne Conway.
The show opened with Melissa McCarthy reprising her hilarious role from last week as Spicer. This time Spicer tried to remain in control but as time went on he lost it. Soon Spicer was hawking goods for Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, which Nordstrom pulled this week for poor sales. And Spicer even comically commented on the racist underpinnings of Trump’s “extreme vetting” plan by using a white Barbie doll who easily walks by TSA security agents before a brown skinned “Moana” doll is immediately subjected to a pat down.
Assuming the media reports are accurate that last Saturday’s SNL depiction of Spicer got under Trump’s skin since a woman was playing Spicer, then the next moment of the cold open must really have angered Trump. That’s when his newly sworn-in Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, entered the sketch, played by the amazing Kate McKinnon. And she delivered a great comic line, touching on Session’s alleged racist past, “We all know there are two kinds of crime…regular and black.”
In the span of a few short minutes, SNL had again undermined Spicer, depicted the “Muslim ban” as racist, and spotlighted Sessions’ controversial past. That’s great political comedy.
But SNL was far from done with Trump’s team. Next came an entire sketch about Trump’s senior advisor Kellyanne Conway, which began with CNN’s Jake Tapper, played by Beck Bennett, commenting on how he didn’t want Conway on his show because of her peddling of fictitious stories, including “The Bowling Green massacre” that never happened.
Moments later when Tapper arrives at his apartment, he’s confronted — in a loose parody of the classic film “Fatal Attraction” — by an angry lingerie-clad Conway played by McKinnon. She declares she’s “not going to be ignored” by Tapper or any in the media because, “I just want to be part of the news.”
It wasn’t until the Weekend Update segment where Trump really became the brunt of the jokes. One of the most cutting came from Update co-anchor Michael Che when he commented that Trump looked miserable as President and noted that Trump was eating a truly unhealthy diet of KFC fried chicken. Che wryly added that Trump should quit now as President, “I mean, Donald, is this really how you want to spend the last two years of your life?!”
And finally, one hour into the show, we saw Baldwin as Trump. This time it was in a People’s Court parody of Trump appealing the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision. Sure, it was funny — especially when Trump calls as a character witness a shirtless Vladimir Putin — but clearly, SNL had made a conscious decision to not use Baldwin as Trump in sketch after sketch in this highly anticipated episode.
Giving comedic airtime to parodies of Sessions, Conway, and Spicer instead of wall-to-wall Baldwin was both funny and an important commentary on the volatile first weeks of the Trump administration. Obviously SNL alone can’t undermine the credibility of a presidential administration. But it can play a key role. (Hence Trump lashing out at SNL.) And given that SNL is at a 22-year high in ratings this season, the show is off to a good start. Its reach has not been this great in decades.
So in a time when polls show many Americans distrust the mainstream media, it may just take SNL and comedians to be the voices of reason. Here’s hoping that week after week SNL helps make America laugh again at Trump — and his administration.
Dean ObeidallahDean Obeidallah, a former attorney, is the host of SiriusXM radio’s daily program “The Dean Obeidallah Show” and a columnist for The Daily Beast. Follow him @deanofcomedy. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.

Kate Kills It!


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Its difficult to upstage Alec Baldwin, but Kate Mckinnon does.

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While most people know McKinnon  for her work on Saturday Night Live . She has performed throughout New York as a comic.  She was a cast member on The Big Gay Sketch Show for three seasons.

The 32 year old  has had several roles as a voice over actress “Family Guy” “Robotomy” Finding Dory and “The Angry Bird Movie”.  This year, she was along side Melissa McCarthy and SNL alums Leslie Jones and Kristen Wlig in “Ghostbusters”.    She was also in Masterminds and this fall she will appear along side Jennifer Aniston in “Office Christmas Party: .

A few months ago, Kate McKinney joined the likes of Vivian Vance, Valerie Harper,Betty White, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Allison Janney Winning the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

 

 

 

 

Kenye West is a God! (At least in his mind)


He’s 53 million in debt.  A GOD!  An internet phenom, married to Kardashian and a man who clearly has a problem with Taylor Swift.

In an audio clip exclusively obtained by Page Six, Kanye can be heard repeatedly yelling at “SNL” production staff, “Don’t f–k with me,” before branding Swift — who he claims on his new album he made famous — a “fake ass”

This recording was made last Saturday.  Before his performance on Saturday Night Live.  To be fair they made a last minute change to the set which is unnerving to any artist.

He said his rant was taken out of context. Much like the other rants (SMH)

During his rant he said  he was“50 percent more influential” than legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, Pablo Picasso, Paul the Apostle — who was handpicked by Christ to deliver the gospel — and even the notorious drug runner Pablo Escobar.

He who lives by the Net…….

Kanye has an ego (right) see the best of his rants, he’s a god.

(click the link below)

http://pagesix.com/video/kanye-is-a-rant-god/