White House has paperwork ready for Joe Arpaio pardon

He must be waiting for Sweeps Week to get maximum tv ratings:

(CNN) The White House has prepared the paperwork for President Trump to pardon former sheriff Joe Arpaio when he makes the final decision to do so, CNN has learned.

An administration official said the White House has also prepared talking points to send to surrogates after he is pardoned.

One of the talking points is that Arpaio served his country for 50 years in the military, the Drug Enforcement Administration and as Arizona’s Maricopa County sheriff, and that it is not appropriate to send him to prison for “enforcing the law” and “working to keep people safe.”

Arpaio, an early Trump supporter, was found guilty last month of criminal contempt for disregarding a court order in a racial profiling case. He is scheduled to be sentenced on October 5.

Trump’s Morning TweetStorm

Sad that there’s no proof shown yet? Just wait buddy. Just wait.

Actually, I think the media loves when you tweet. It’s an unfiltered, unvetted look into what you’re currently outraged about. Democrats love when you tweet because you can’t stop incriminating yourself. You love when you tweet because you’re the supreme narcissist who needs constant attention and think that this is also a way for adulation from your base.

An admission that he is being investigated although it’s a bit muddled considering that I don’t think it was Mueller who told him to fire Comey, which means he’s confusing Rosenstein with Mueller.

Every tweet digs him in deeper. Never. Stop. Tweeting!

Trump’s Daily Twitter Meltdown

Trump was busy this morning. To sum up, the latest controversy is because of the “fake news” media, Hillary’s lousy campaign, the FBI/NSA and Obama.

My Mornings Start With Coffee and

I go online to see which individual the soon to be President of the United States is attacking like a spoiled five year old who just sniffed modeling glue. Today’s winner is Civil Rights icon John Lewis:


Slate is so incensed by Cinnabon’s tacky Princess Leia tweet that they actually ran an article on it titled: Twenty-Four Questions Raised By Cinnabon’s Regrettable Tweet About Carrie Fisher.

The tweet was stupid but do we really need to ask 24 questions about it?

Then there’s this: After Backlash, Steve Martin Deletes His Twitter Tribute to Carrie Fisher

I think we need to save our outrage for some more important stuff coming up. But I guess this is just business as usual on Twitter.