Episode

1/31 Monday Night Massacre over the Muslim Ban & Dems Join Team Spine

January 31, 2017

No President Obama did not set the stage for the Muslim Ban and we debunk nonsense spin and lies. Sean Spicer says we aren’t doing anything “Extreme”, we remember when Trump called his policy “extreme” twice. Sally Yates gets fired for not defending the ban as acting Attorney General. The unique danger of Jeff Sessions. Sam Harris won’t take any responsibility for his support of horrific policies. Jeffrey Lord spins for the Muslim ban. Democrats start to finally play some hardball and Tom Price might be sinked at health.

On The Fun Half: How to resist. Paul Ryan complains about defending the Muslim Ban on a hot mic. Sean Spicer argues that a terrorist attack on a Mosque in Canada should mean supporting the Muslim Ban. Republican Congressman David Brat is amused that women know what the CBO is. Bernie Sanders condemns the Muslim Ban and your calls and IMs.

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