I find it a little hard to get worked up about a photo shoot when this kind of nonsense is happening constantly.
He tells NPR that hate incidents — including bomb threats to religious institutions, racist graffiti and white nationalist flyers — have spiked in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election.
Naive? Nope. Fear of Obama snooping? Please. Syria? Come on.
There’s simply no innocent explanation for that. Not naivete, no fear of Obama snooping, not plausible deniability. The only explanation for that level of secrecy and security, that level of collaboration with an adversary foreign power is that they were doing something wrong, something that had to stay secret. What it was I don’t know. It wasn’t innocent.
“I have a feeling God finds us pretty funny,” he told New York magazine. “But that’s all the speaking I should do for God — he doesn’t go around talking about me.”
The next morning before I got up, they were playing with the snake,” Goff told WJAX. “One boy said, ‘I’m going to kiss it in the mouth,’ and the snake bit him in the face.
Speaker Ryan responded: ‘What’s said in the family stays in the family.’ GOP leaders now cast exchange as ‘an attempt at humor.’