TRUMP PRESIDENT NAAAHHH!!! and the Trail of Delicious Liberal Tears

KRSOne

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They are all BI, women can choose to be gay. Guys have no choice rather gay or straight.
 

Begbie

Wackbag Generalissimo
Holy crap...so much salt this morning, thanks to this tweet:


They are going nuts.






Where are all the Russia COLLLUUTSHHUN tweets? When did we go from that, to now, YOU'RE LAZY TRUMP!" That's all they've got now? Trying to insist he doesnt work hard? I don't get it?
 
Holy crap...so much salt this morning, thanks to this tweet:


They are going nuts.






Where are all the Russia COLLLUUTSHHUN tweets? When did we go from that, to now, YOU'RE LAZY TRUMP!" That's all they've got now? Trying to insist he doesnt work hard? I don't get it?
He's busy not building a wall. :haha7: :oops: :action-sm
 
Fox News host Pete Hegseth: 'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years'

USA TODAY


Washing your hands after using the restroom seems like a given, right? Not so fast, says Fox News host Pete Hegseth.

On Fox and Friends Sunday morning, Hegseth told his co-hosts, Ed Henry and Jedediah Bila, that he didn't believe in the sanitary activity. The admission was prompted by Bila calling out Hegseth for eating leftover day-old pizza on the set.
"My 2019 resolution is to say things on-air that I say off-air," Hegseth said to his co-hosts. "'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years."

As Henry and Bila laughed at this proclamation, Hegseth doubled down: "I inoculate myself," he said. "Germs are not a real thing. I can't see them; therefore, they're not real."

Hegseth even took his stand against hand-washing to Twitter. Following a tweet by user @smittymhs's defending the Fox News host, Hegseth retweeted the post, adding "#DontWash."

Though Hegseth doesn't think washing hands is important, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highly recommends that people do wash their hands. As the nation's health protection agency notes, one gram of human feces, which is about the weight of a paper clip, can contain one trillion germs.

The CDC states that the routine washing of hands with soap and clean, running water is crucial in battling against sickness and the spread of diseases.

If you stop washing your hands, it will have an affect on your health and the health of others around you, according to Jamin Brahmbhatt, a physician at Orlando Health.

"Washing your hands is the easiest way to protect yourself and others from spreading bugs that can live on your hands," Brahmbhatt previously told USA TODAY. "We can get germs on our hands by touching other parts of our body, sneezing or coughing, touching other people or things like animals or meat."
 

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Fox News host Pete Hegseth: 'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years'

USA TODAY

Washing your hands after using the restroom seems like a given, right? Not so fast, says Fox News host Pete Hegseth.

On Fox and Friends Sunday morning, Hegseth told his co-hosts, Ed Henry and Jedediah Bila, that he didn't believe in the sanitary activity. The admission was prompted by Bila calling out Hegseth for eating leftover day-old pizza on the set.
"My 2019 resolution is to say things on-air that I say off-air," Hegseth said to his co-hosts. "'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years."

As Henry and Bila laughed at this proclamation, Hegseth doubled down: "I inoculate myself," he said. "Germs are not a real thing. I can't see them; therefore, they're not real."

Hegseth even took his stand against hand-washing to Twitter. Following a tweet by user @smittymhs's defending the Fox News host, Hegseth retweeted the post, adding "#DontWash."

Though Hegseth doesn't think washing hands is important, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highly recommends that people do wash their hands. As the nation's health protection agency notes, one gram of human feces, which is about the weight of a paper clip, can contain one trillion germs.

The CDC states that the routine washing of hands with soap and clean, running water is crucial in battling against sickness and the spread of diseases.

If you stop washing your hands, it will have an affect on your health and the health of others around you, according to Jamin Brahmbhatt, a physician at Orlando Health.

"Washing your hands is the easiest way to protect yourself and others from spreading bugs that can live on your hands," Brahmbhatt previously told USA TODAY. "We can get germs on our hands by touching other parts of our body, sneezing or coughing, touching other people or things like animals or meat."
This is the scandal that will bring down Trump.
 
Third time's the charm.

It's a closing in bombshell of walls that close in at the end of Trump's ending beginning again.
So that is the third time this guy has tried this... hmmm I guess his district must be in tip top shape with no crime or homelessness etc... brb lets see what district he represents.
 

Pigdango

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Fox News host Pete Hegseth: 'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years'

USA TODAY


Washing your hands after using the restroom seems like a given, right? Not so fast, says Fox News host Pete Hegseth.

On Fox and Friends Sunday morning, Hegseth told his co-hosts, Ed Henry and Jedediah Bila, that he didn't believe in the sanitary activity. The admission was prompted by Bila calling out Hegseth for eating leftover day-old pizza on the set.
"My 2019 resolution is to say things on-air that I say off-air," Hegseth said to his co-hosts. "'I don't think I've washed my hands for 10 years."

As Henry and Bila laughed at this proclamation, Hegseth doubled down: "I inoculate myself," he said. "Germs are not a real thing. I can't see them; therefore, they're not real."

Hegseth even took his stand against hand-washing to Twitter. Following a tweet by user @smittymhs's defending the Fox News host, Hegseth retweeted the post, adding "#DontWash."

Though Hegseth doesn't think washing hands is important, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highly recommends that people do wash their hands. As the nation's health protection agency notes, one gram of human feces, which is about the weight of a paper clip, can contain one trillion germs.

The CDC states that the routine washing of hands with soap and clean, running water is crucial in battling against sickness and the spread of diseases.

If you stop washing your hands, it will have an affect on your health and the health of others around you, according to Jamin Brahmbhatt, a physician at Orlando Health.

"Washing your hands is the easiest way to protect yourself and others from spreading bugs that can live on your hands," Brahmbhatt previously told USA TODAY. "We can get germs on our hands by touching other parts of our body, sneezing or coughing, touching other people or things like animals or meat."
Joke's on you - Hegseth doesn't poop either.
 
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