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Roger Ailes has died. 

WaPo reports that Roger Ailes has died at the age of 77. 

BiFF’s SOP is if you have nothing good to say, say nothing. So, I won’t. 

Betcha that won’t stop Donald Trump from memorably memorializing his friend. 

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  1. Tonight may be a good night for having a bellini, or a champagne cocktail, or a kir royale.

    This op-ed from the NYT looks at Repugnant voting. It’s more interesting than my description.

  2. Cue the genuine Murkan wingnuts–and the unemployable Lower Slobbovians whom Putin pays to masquerade as genuine Murkan wingnuts–to start accusing the Clintons of the death of Ailes in 5…4…3… 😛

  3. Not Ailes-related, but I just found this pic. 😈

  4. Condolences…Even the devil is “loved” by someone.

  5. Also not Ailes-related.

    The forthcoming cover of Time is a picture worth a thousand words.

    Click here.

  6. That fucker Erdogan (personally, he is there ordering and watching — watch the video) brings his murderous thuggery to US soil. This can only happen because of Trump. How shameful! Bad guys are emboldened and Trump dreams about doing this same thing to us in this country.

    • “Trump dreams about doing this same thing to us in this country.”

      In turn, Cheetolini got elected (or got close enough for Putin to steal the election, whichever is the truth) because his hardcore authoritarian fans dream of doing the same thing to all those people they don’t like. 👿

  7. I could not remember the correct phrasing until today. There is a line from Shakespeare’s Scottish play that is appropriate to Mr. Ailes.

    Nothing in his life became him like the leaving it.

    The words “became him” was a reflection on the character, or the lack of it, of the person to whom the actor referred.

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