Michele Bachmann Crazy Overdive is livid, just livid over the fact that she was introduced on Jimmy Fallon’s “Late Night,” with the band had playing a snippet of a 1985 Fishbone song entitled “Lyin’ Ass Bitch”. (And she got no applause as she entered to boot. Bwahahaha!)
“This is clearly a form of bias on the part of the Hollywood entertainment elite. If that had been Michelle Obama who had come out on the stage, and if that song had been played for Michelle Obama, I have no doubt that NBC would have apologized to her and likely they could have fired the drummer, at least suspended him, none of that happened from NBC and this is clearly a form of bias on the part of the Hollywood entertainment elite but it’s also I think it’s sexism as well.”
Oh please, you lying ass bitch. It’s bad enough Jimmy Fallon apologized the first time to you because he should be apologizing to us for giving you any airtime to plug that lousy piece of shit book that you are trying to sell the American public.
And as for Michele Obama, she was recently booed by your teatard zombies at a NASCAR race. Do you see HER whining about it? Of course you don’t because she’s got class, is honest, and is open to scrutiny unlike you..
You got off easy. If I were Fallon’s bandleader. THIS is the introduction you would have gotten with NO apologies afterwards.
There have been rumours for many years around Capitol Hill of John Boehner (R-OH) having affairs for years,on top of his alcoholism and finally someone is beginning to drop hints publically about it. And that man is Keith Olberman!
“You know what’s next, right?” Olbermann asked Fallon. “Something with John Boehner. Boehner. B-O-E-H-N-E-R. You know what his nickname is? Is — is ‘boner.’ He answers to that.”
Boehners infedelity is being investigated and both the Enquirer and the NY Times are in a race to nail down all of the details. The Times bailed in early 2010 when the conservative media pushed back ahead of the anticipated release. But now after Anthony Weiner…..
What a night on SNL lkast night as Robert Smigel’s “Ambiguously Gay Duo” finaaly went from 2D studs to star-studded live-action thanks to an out-of-control “flesh ray”. (Live GAY ACTION starts at about the 2 minute mark)
Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm played “Ace” and “Gary” and their nemeses were played by a who’s who of comedy that included Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, and host Ed Helms.