Jeff Pearlman

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Ha! Ha! Ha! We’re assholes! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Laugh it up, dickwad.

Laugh it up, dickwad.

I always think it’s impossible for Donald Trump to hit a new low.

Then he hits a new low.

Tonight, at a rally in Mississippi (aka: yet another safe space he never showed any interest in until he realized these were the suckers who buy his bullshit), the president went out of his way to mock, ridicule, scorn Dr. Blasey Ford, who testified last week about an alleged sexual assault. Here’s the clip, if you feel like vomiting …

And, really, while the viciousness struck me, what truly caught my attention were the three men behind Trump, just chuckling their heads off as the orange dolt went to town, basking in the guffaws of these deplorables. Here, take a gander …

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They laughed and laughed and laughed. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha—get it! Trump’s giving it to the whore who made all this stuff up! High fives! Low fives! Awesomeness! Finally, someone speaking our language! Yeah, boy! Let’s go drink some Miller and fuck some cows! Wee-ha! Yeah! Woo-hoo!

Three men.

One.

Two.

Three.

I have to think at least one has a daughter. I also have to think, at some point, that daughter faced the sort of situation women regularly encounter in this country. Assault, perhaps. Or maybe just ugly comments. A pinched rear. Accidental knock into the breasts. Something. Maybe the daughter let it go. Why stir up trouble? Why bother? Why speak up?

Haha.

Funny stuff, Mr. President.

Fucking funny.

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Once again, Jeff Pearlman has produced an exhaustively researched, elegantly written book that re-creates one of the most colorful and memorable teams of the modern era. No basketball fan's bookshelf will be complete without it.

— Seth Davis, author of Wooden: A Coach's Life