Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America return with three crazy martinis. First, they shake their heads as President Trump tweets that those who died for our country would be really proud of his economic record. They also roll their eyes as liberal politicians and media figures express outrage over images of illegal immigrant children being confined to cages – until they learn the images are from 2014 during the Obama administration and then delete their tweets. And they react to California scrambling to find records for tens of thousands of voters who were mistakenly enrolled twice, all of this just a week before primary day in the state.

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  1. Penfold Member

    I’m reminded of a local homeowner who filled his yard with anti-war, anti-George Bush, anti-big oil, pretty much anti-everything between 1/20/2001 and 1/20/2009. Then, mysteriously, all the signs disappeared 1/21/2009. Apparently that was the first day of the new utopia.

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    • May 29, 2018, at 12:37 PM PDT
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