Kremlin crap from the usual comrades, shameless stunts that are just plain sad, and Democrats fudging their histories a tad — all on This Week in Bullshit.
Politicization, Sentence Forming Station, and Distrust Nation
Graham, Meadows, and Bloomberg
Republicans on Pelosi, Collins on Trump, and Biden on Iowa
Starr, Bondi, and Buttigieg
Cipollone, Shelby, and The New York Times
Esper, Senate Republicans, and 2020 Dems
This Year in Bullshit
Cruz, Graham, and Lavrov
Weber, Zuckerberg, and Carlson
Perry, Haley, and Fox News
Nunes, Grisham, and Gabbard
Jordan, Haley, and Clinton
Biden, when asked if other Dems could beat Donald Trump: “I'm not the only one who can beat him, but I will beat him.”
Biden slams extreme GOP “playing chicken with our national security,” and vows to address “broken immigration system.”
President Biden urges Congress to approve aid to Ukraine: “Russian forces are committing war crimes.”
Gov. Tony Evers (D-WI) vetoes a bill that would have outlawed gender-affirming care for minors in the state.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), former Speaker of the House, says he will resign from Congress at the end of the month.
Historic: DOJ announces war crimes charges against 4 Russian-affiliated soldiers for torturing an American in Ukraine.
Karen Smith, the new Central Bucks school board president in PA, was sworn in on a stack of frequently banned books.
Awkward: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. admits he travelled on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet twice.