Sunday, March 31, 2019

Baghdad Jake

Tapper: "I don’t know anybody who got anything wrong."

CNN: Home of the Whopper.

Looks like the night of the long knives has commenced in the Democrat Party

All of a sudden, Democrats have noticed that Joe Biden is creepy.

Sunday funnies

Who wore it better?

Super Don!

Don Knotts plays a medical products company executive who has to step in at the last minute to give a speech.

Dang, looks like the elevator is out again.

New, from Paco Promotions!

Saturday, March 30, 2019


Classic Firearms had this little beauty for sale a few weeks ago for $199, and I couldn't resist it. It's a military surplus M57 Tokarev, manufactured by Zastava in what used to be Yugoslavia (I believe the factory is now in Serbia). It was the standard Yugoslavian sidearm for decades, and the pistol is still manufactured for export (although mine was probably made back in the 1970s). The pistol is modeled on the Soviet Tokarev TT pistol, which came out in 1930 (the TT was, in turn, more or less a clone of John Browning's FN Model 1903). It's chambered in the round known as 7.62x25 Tokarev: a smallish, necked cartridge that is very high velocity (one of the biggest risks, in fact, is over-penetration). The pistol came with two 9-round magazines.

Surplus firearms can be a little quirky, and this one was no different. It came coated with cosmoline, so I had to completely disassemble the gun, including the firing pin, in order to clean all that gunk off. That thing was hard to get out, but even tougher to get back in. I tried for hours to reinsert the firing pin assembly, with no luck; however, Mrs. Paco, being both smarter and more patient than I, got it in on her fourth or fifth try. When I took it to the range, the gun consistently failed to eject spent rounds. I surmised (correctly, as it turned out) that the sticky slide action had something to do with the safety, which is installed (on older guns) by the importer in order to comply with rules governing the sale of these weapons in the U.S. (the guns were not originally manufactured with external safeties). Once again, Mrs. Paco came to the rescue, suggesting that I take a Drimel and mill the bar on the safety that extends from one side of the frame to the other. Success! The gun now works like a charm: shoots straight, fits the hand beautifully, and affords relatively little recoil. A fun shooter.

Seems bogus

"Australian Researchers have produced a study that has led them to believe the word 'cyclists' should be banned, because it 'dehumanizes' people who ride bikes."

Enh...really? As a public service, I invite readers to come up with another word (or expression) that describes people who ride bicycles - preferably something soothing and fluffy that won't hurt their feelings (or. more to the point, that won't stimulate the snowflake response in the kind of people who research this kind of thing, because I gotta believe cyclists, themselves, are thicker-skinned than this).

The last reasonable Democrat?

As a Democrat, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii is bound to be on the wrong side of some key issues (from my perspective); however, her remarks about the Mueller report strike me as diplomatic and constructive:
“[N]ow that Mueller has reported that his investigation revealed no such collusion, we all need to put aside our partisan interests and recognize that finding that the president of the United States did not conspire with Russia to interfere with our elections is a good thing for our country.”

Family business

Mrs. Paco and I went up to Mann's Harbor yesterday to meet up with my brother and Aunt Peaches to help my stepfather sort through some of my late mother's belongings, and Peaches - always a lively sort - told us a story about her brother, Calvin, I had never heard before.

Seems that when they were kids back in the Great Depression, they were walking home from school one day and passed by the home of one of the very few well-off families in the vicinity. Calvin saw a goose in the front yard and made off with it. Later, he wrote a ransom note demanding one dollar for the return of the goose and...signed his name. Got whacked pretty good for that bonehead move.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Happy Feet Friday

Indubitably, inimitably, unmistakably, Duke Ellington. Here he is from 1940, one of the most brilliantly creative years of his career, with the classic, "Cottontail".

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Throw that man an anvil!

Keith Olbermann has been drowning in a sea of failure for years, but every now and again his head bobs above the surface like a slowly disintegrating cork. This time, in between taking in gulps of air, he's trying to ignite a firestorm against a guy who legally hunted and shot a turkey.

Absolutely gag-a-maggot Mueller fan worship

Collected by the iron-stomached Daniel Greenfield at Front Page. Here's a nauseating sample from Vogue: “He can evoke shades of Humphrey Bogart and has mastered a nearly Zoolander-esque gaze”. Believe me, it gets worse, much worse.

It's like ipecac syrup for the reality-based, so have your buckets ready.

The only upside to this article is that all the hero-worship has now turned to ashes in the mouths of his worshipers.

Horrible case of stalking

I don't think I've ever heard of anything quite like this: "An 'extreme stalker' has a Utah family's home under siege".

Hope they catch the person - or persons - responsible soon.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

You know what the belief in Trump/Russia collusion was, don't you?

Updated and bumped: Robert Mueller delivers his report, NeverTrumpers respond (Greenstreet's line at around 2:42 - "Yes, it's the Russian's hand, no doubt about it" - is priceless in this context)...

Victory dance (H/T: NEO)...

Well, maybe, not so fast

There just might have been some fraternizing with commies...

Ya want your socialism fast or slow?

Update (off-topic): I guess Max Boot experienced some kind of "lost weekend"; total memory loss of the last few days.

Today's math question

How many illegal immigrants can cram into a stolen Ford F-250?

So, John Brennan's not a vicious, Deep State political hack...

...he's just a guy who was mistaken.

If, as friend and commenter Jonah says, Hillary ought "to be hunted like Roy Earle in High Sierra", then John Brennan should get the Cornel Wilde treatment in The Naked Prey...

Update: Another hilarious take on Brennan.

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Monday, March 25, 2019

"If you hold the Mueller report up to your ear, you can hear the sound of Hillary losing again."

I mentioned this Facebook comment by W.J. Lundy in the previous post (thanks again, Deborah; good spotting!), but it's so great I thought it deserved its own post.

Update - Jonah, in the comments:
Now I want her to live long enough to be hunted like Roy Earle in High Sierra.

Couldn't have put it better, myself

"The Real Threat to Our Republic: The Democratic Party".

Update - Friend and commenter Deborah spotted a couple of hilarious takes on the Mueller report:

Two gems from Facebook: Mike Flippin commented, "Liberal tears result in flash flooding. Mass hysteria follows Mueller report."

W. J. Lundy commented, "If you hold the Mueller report up to your ear, you can hear the sound of Hillary losing again."

Yeah, we haven't had enough of that

In a speech full of prime bull s**t, Rep. Omar (D-Khalifate) urges Muslims to "raise hell".

"Stand back, I think she's gonna blow!"

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Trump vindicated!

I'm sure the Dems and Vichy Republicans will find something else to get hysterical about, but for now, I'm just savoring the outcome (as is Ace of Spades).

Much more from Legal Insurrection.

Sunday funnies

Have you ever tried to get through to a leftist? It's kind of like this.

(via Tastefully Offensive)

From Powerline's "The Week in Pictures".

Everything's bigger in Texas, including pets.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Pretty anticlimactic

Robert Mueller went on a grand fishing expedition and netted a handful of minnows. Thank you, Hillary, DNC, John McCain, James Comey, et al for wasting two years and untold millions of taxpayer dollars on your busted coup. And all you Democrats running for president can now focus on marketing your party's platform for the next year and a half: socialism, infanticide, anti-Semitism, open borders, all that cool stuff that the American people really, really want.

Good lord, not Rudd, again!

Forgotten, but not gone, Kevin Rudd materialized briefly, just long enough to smear Breitbart as part of the "alt-right", and thus, partly to blame for the massacre in New Zealand.

I know Kevin's fond of eating his own ear wax, but I think he's now actually digging into brain tissue.

Hey, we may joke sometimes about "slap fights", but it's serious business in Russia

Admire the handiwork of Dumpling, world champion!

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Happy Feet Friday

The one and only Louis Armstrong, with "Blues in the South".

Bonus item! Now, Armstrong, like many musicians of his day and age (and, for that matter, like many musicians in every day and age since) liked to smoke a little weed from time to time. He once came close to getting caught in Customs, but was inadvertently saved by, of all people, Richard Nixon. Read all about it in this hilariously titled old post from The Daily Caller: "WHEN TRICKY DICK MULED WEED FOR AMBASSADOR SATCHMO".


Outstanding summation of the case in favor of the electoral college by Tara Ross (scroll down at link). I'll add my own analogy, which I think I've mentioned before: getting rid of the electoral college and adopting a simple majority vote in presidential elections is like awarding an NFL championship to the team that scored the most points in a season.

Oh, I'm braced, Rush, I'm braced!

John Nolte commits triple plus badthink!

Of course, if the Democrats had their way, this clown would probably be able to vote in our elections.

A "pirate primer".

The evolution of the pocket gun.

Operators are standing by! "Georgia Dems Introduce Bill That Would Require A Man to Report to Authorities When He ‘Releases Sperm From His Testicles’". The bill was submitted by one Dar'Shun Kendrick. I assume the apostrophe is used to make a contraction, the omitted letters being something like "idiot" or "femtard".

Another thing about illegal aliens: no man's cow is safe.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

That cat's too old hat, daddy-o

Or perhaps I should say, too old beret: "Resurrected Che Guevara Announces 2020 Run, Democrats Quickly Criticize As 'Too Moderate'".

Update: An oldie but goodie -

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Haw! Great venue for a cigarette ad.

Monday, March 18, 2019

Rare-species rustler apprehended!

Here's a guy who committed a crime that can only be done in my neck of the woods: "NC man accused of poaching Venus flytraps faces 73 felonies".

From the article: "The small, carnivorous plants only naturally grow in one spot on Earth: a 70-mile radius around Wilmington."

What would have made this story much more interesting would be if the Venus flytraps had ganged up and devoured him.

So, this makes Trump a gang-buster, right?

"Suspect in mob boss hit flashes pro-Trump slogans on hand".

And on the general topic of professional hits...

So, what's going on in Nashville?

It must look like a set from Road Warrior out there: "Police officer dragged by ATV as 100 off-road drivers illegally take over Nashville streets".

Sgt. John Bourque is doing ok; he suffered minor injuries and has been released from the hospital. But, seriously, what prompted all these people to take over the streets? I know! It's Trump's fault, isn't it?

As noted in the comments, Tim Blair is now behind a fire wall

"Hey, Paco, look here! Tim's got a column in the paper!"

"Well, hand it over when you're done, Greg. Me and Jeff would like to read it, since we can't see it on the internet anymore. Bruce might be interested, too. Say, where IS Bruce, anyway?"

"Said he saw a dead possum out on the road and went to fetch it."

"Hallelujah! We've got meat for our stew tonight!"

Yeah, looks like the old gang has fallen on hard times. But we're happy for Tim, and we raise our bottles of Thunderbird in salute.


Sotheby's is auctioning off this 1957 El Dorado Cadillac.

Dual 4-bbl carbs, suicide doors in the back, gorgeous paint job, a stainless steel roof...Outstanding! Old Paco once told me that Cadillacs were the bootleggers' car of choice because of the big engines and the large cargo capacity. Used to break his heart, he said, to see some moonshiner driving one of these at high speed down a gravel road or through a field in order to avoid apprehension (but avoid apprehension they frequently did, so I guess it was worth it to them).

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Shame on me!

It's St. Patrick's Day, and instead of wearing green, I inadvertently put on black and tan - a particularly bad set of colors on such an Irish Catholic Day!

Anyhow, hope yours is good!

Sunday funnies

I'm not sure the blueberry-to-waffle proportion in this blueberry waffle is quite right.

Save me a seat, boys.

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day.

Sometimes, a swimming pool is not a strong selling point.

In addition to playing his many beloved characters in the movies, on radio and TV, Mel Blanc also recorded several popular novelty songs. Here's one called "Money".

T-shirt of the week (courtesy of Bad Idea T-shirts):

From the (barely) satirical site, The Babylon Bee: "Exasperated Olive Garden Waitress Asks Bernie Sanders If He's Just Gonna Sit There Eating Free Breadsticks All Night".

Friday, March 15, 2019

Da Nang Dick knows who's really responsible for the mass shootings in New Zealand

It is, of course, You Know Who.

I am sorry for the people who were killed, and for their families, but the responsibility for this hate crime lies, as the responsibility for hate crimes always does, with the people who committed the outrage.

The most vicious dog in Mueller's kennel is departing... order to take a job at NYU to teach a class in, get this, "wrongful convictions".

Well, Andrew Weissmann certainly has had enough experience in that type of thing. This is truly an awful man who has ruined countless lives with impunity and, apparently, with no pangs of conscience, a wanna-be Beria who never should have been permitted near the halls of justice.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Happy Feet Friday

Awhile back I posted Tommy Dorsey's version of "Yes, Indeed!", which featured the arranger, Sy Oliver, and Jo Stafford on vocals. Today, I've got the version with Bing Crosby and Connee Boswell, backed by brother Bob Crosby and his Bobcats (I believe that's Billy Butterfield with the cool muted trumpet). This is a more laid back version, and there's considerably more banter between Crosby and Boswell than there was between the singers in the original. From 1940.


Friend and commenter Jeff wrote to say that he had tried to link one of my posts on Facebook, but that it had been blocked; seems that my post goes against their commie "community standards" (it was the one below about the U.N.).

This pleased me no end, and positively made my week! Paco: enemy of the people! What can I say?

Of course, I can afford to revel in my infamy; I am perfectly content with my group of 12 or so regular readers, have never commercialized my blog, and blog only as a hobby. But I can see how this would be a problem for someone with a big following and a lot of influence who may depend on social media for getting the word out - and it would be bad for the country if these voices were deplatformed, which seems to be the goal of outfits like Facebook, Twitter and so forth.

But for now, permit me to relish my outlawry.

How corrupt is the U.N. ?

This corrupt: "UN Appoints Iran to Women’s Rights Committee the DAY AFTER Regime Sentenced Female Activist to 148 Lashes and 38 Years in Prison".

Why are we still a member of this thing?

Wanna-be Latino has tossed his sombrero into the ring

Robert "Beto" O'Rourke has joined the lowing herd of Democrats running, or rather, shambling for president.

Meh. Just another empty suit. Or maybe I should say empty shirt; I don't think I've ever seen him wearing a suit. Very unimpressive guy. Plus, check out his photo at the link; he looks like a freakin' pelican. His chin looks like a stalactite formed by the steady drip of nonsense that's been oozing out of his mouth all his so-called adult life.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

An inconvenient truth

Something Glenn Reynolds found on Facebook:

In case you missed it

Ace of Spades on cry-bully Kathy Griffin: "[She] looks like a homeless man who ran out of money halfway through his sex reassignment surgery..."


Well, what have we here?

Hmmm. Looks like a computer case.

But, say, that doesn't look like a laptop.

Why, bless my soul, it's a Kel-Tec Sub-2000 folding carbine, chambered in .40S&W!

Yessirree. My dear friend - whom I love as I do myself - has a neat little firearm, there. Accurate, reliable, and very little felt recoil. Take it practically anywhere. It would make an excellent truck gun or camping gun or home defense firearm. It also comes in 9mm, and has different configurations that accept Glock, Beretta, S&W and Sig magazines.

"Lucky" doesn't begin to cover it

A man thinks he's having accuracy problems with a firearm; turns out, the bullets are never even leaving the barrel.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Disgraceful, but also guffaw-worthy

A handful of gnats propose to take down a lion: "Victor Davis Hanson Responds to The Bulwark's Attack on Him; A Day After Charlie Sykes' Attack Site Smears His Colleague Hanson as a Nazi, The Very Virtuous David French Appears on Sykes' Podcast".

The Bulwark is beneath my notice, I never did more than occasionally dip into the Weekly Standard when I had nothing better to do (and even that "dipping" ended years ago), and the National Review has become an unreliable mess, afflicted with a schizophrenic conflict between mostly light-weight NeverTrumpers whose completely ineffectual efforts in the service of conservatism do not seem to have instilled any humility, and one genuinely learned and wise intellectual who, for the most part, sees Trump as something more complex than a mere cartoonish egotist, understands how we got him, and acknowledges his victory over Clintonism as an inarguable blessing.

The Trojan horses within the walls of the Shining City on a Hill are really starting to pile up.

Update: This gave me a huge laugh. In a rambling, rollicking interview with Breitbart, President Trump referred to "almost deranged...poor bastard" George Will.

George Will, upon learning the news...

A "Sad Sack" among SJW's

Poor Alyssa Milano. The "actress and activist Democrat" is always attempting to display team spirit, but keeps getting called out by her own side for, basically, being a doofus.

Update: Debra Messing is also having trouble negotiating all the byzantine protocols of the crazy-quilt left (Oh, and btw: vagina cupcakes? That's a bad idea, I don't care who you are or what you're trying to say).

Voting our liberty away

Pat Buchanan discusses some pretty frightening trends in voting laws.

When democracy ultimately reaches the point where it is routinely a foe of our traditional constitutional freedoms, things are going to get really ugly. At least, I hope so; I'd hate to think that America is going to vanish with nothing more than a whimper.

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Monday, March 11, 2019

Rummaging through my files

Veeshir hasn't posted to his blog in ages, but his genius lives on. Remember this? More timely than ever (click to enlarge).

So, wait a minute. Which group are they saying pledges its allegiance to a foreign power?

Seems to me Rashida Tlaib has some 'splainin' to do. Which, no doubt, she'll never have to because her loyalties will be explained away for her by her Democrat pals and the (selectively) tolerant media.


J.J. Sefton at Ace of Spades has a new moniker for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Chiquita Kruschev.

Also via Ace, a YouTuber who goes by the name of Mr. Reagan offers up a theory that AOC is truly a plant from left-wing central casting:

Update: Just so many good things at Ace's place. Oregon Muse (a/k/a Gorilla Pundit) perfectly sums up the Democrats' 2020 election platform: "We hate you, we *really* hate Jews, we hate babies, we hate America, and we want you to starve. Now give us all your guns."

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Sunday funnies

Genius or wiseguy?

Nice try, buddy.

Pitch meeting for Bird Box:

"Ilhan Omar Withdraws Support From Bill To Save The Earth After Learning That’s Where Israel Is".

Saturday, March 9, 2019

Ok, baby...

...Let's rock!

100% spot on

NEO: "When a party devolves into a bunch of entitled ethnic groups, and judges a person’s worth by his or her place on the hierarchy of victimhood, clashes are inevitable among those groups. You’ll see some unite against others in a power move, and the party will stick with the ones it thinks will bring them more advantage, and the ones who frighten them the most in terms of possible retaliation. Thus we have the current state of affairs in the Democratic Party." And what's really getting interesting is the fact that the traditional chiefs are losing control of their tribes.

As Kurt Schlichter said somewhere, tribal politics are ugly, but if that path is forced on us, I'm fighting for my tribe without compunction.

Friday, March 8, 2019

You'll have to pry the hamburger from my greasy, dead fingers

This is my hill to die on: "Cory Booker Tells Meat Eaters Their Days Are Numbered".

I will fight the veganarchy on land and sea, on the beaches and in the mountains, in the supermarket and the convenience store. Give me Five Guys or give me death!

Don't let this man get his hands on your meat!

Like so many toxins injected into our society....

...knee-jerk anti-white prejudice also got a big boost from Obama.

Update: It's one thing to diss Jews - the Democrat Party increasingly appears to be ok with that - but to criticize Obama, that's something else. And for murder, yet! Lol!!

You'd think that food shortages, alone, would have scared Michael Moore away from socialism...

...but this ambulant Port-O-John continues to wax sentimental over recollections of Hugo Chavez.

It almost slipped my mind

Friend and commenter Gregory wrote to remind me that today is International Women's Day (check out his blog for a couple of celebratory entries).

And here's an update to Happy Feet Friday to mark the day:

Update: Hilarious feminist anthem from National Lampoon (H/T: Gregory).

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Happy Feet Friday

Here's bandleader and tenor saxophonist Buddy Banks with some s-m-o-o-t-h post-war R&B, playing the "Banks Boogie" (1947).

Bonus video! You may think you know saxophones, but you don't know saxophones like Dr. Paul Cohen. In this video, four members of the U.S. Army Concert Band visit Dr. Cohen, who has what must be the largest private collection of saxophones in the world, featuring specimens from all the odd corners of saxophonia, including a slide saxophone and the gargantuan E-flat contrabass saxophone which, believe it or not, was originally intended for use in marching bands.

For all of its self-congratulatory twaddle about being progressive and forward-looking...

...the Democrat Party seems perfectly willing to embrace ancient evils, including infanticide and anti-Semitism. How these people can dare stand in front of an American flag and pretend they're talking about the same country I grew up in, and love, is mind-boggling.

I'm thinking that the U.S. textile industry could revive itself by focusing simply on the production of inexpensive brown shirts; looks like demand is going up.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

The mind reels

Barack Obama: " 'If we could form a network of those young leaders, not just in the United States, but around the world, then we got something, ' he continued before adding, ' if we can train a million Baracks and Michelles [gasps and clutches chest - Paco] who are running around thinking they can change the world,' hope is attainable."

What a positively stupefying level of self-regard, what towering arrogance, what mega-narcissism! Jug-head McHopefulpants and his spouse have placed themselves beyond parody.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Almost missed it!

Today is Dead Stalin Day! Celebrate accordingly.

Time to give this another whirl...Take it away, Ray!

I'm sure she'll explain it away to the satisfaction of her Democrat peers

AOC and her chief of staff appear to have gotten a little confused about campaign cash flow.
A Federal Election Commission (FEC) complaint the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) filed Monday accused Cortez chief of staff Saikat Chakrabarti of using two PACs (Political Action Committees) he founded to funnel around $1 million to two of his private companies, according to the Washington Examiner. The companies may have been used to hide what funds were spent on.
Brad Smilo of Paco World News Daily (PWND) caught Rep. Ocasio-Cortez leaving her office yesterday and asked her about this issue. Here is her response:

Update: Socialist dating (with a heaping helping of Iowahawk!)

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Monday, March 4, 2019

Well, that's ok, then

"Joseph Stalin Posthumously Identifies As Strong Woman Of Color To Deflect Criticism Of Socialist Policies".


Ouch! "Greenpeace Co-Founder To Ocasio-Cortez: You’re a ‘Pompous Little Twit’".

Haw! How about some AOC-themed children's books?

Victor Davis Hanson does the unpleasant math in connection with California's tax base.

Remy has the goods on Venezuela's socialist paradise:

Former white-collar crime investigator Renato Mariotti puts on a more energetic performance than the late Ann Miller in tap-dancing around Robert Mueller's failed investigation of President Trump.

Dr. Seuss was racist because of course he was.

Interesting perspective: Daniel Greenfield at The American Spectator says Governor Gavin Newsom of California wants to use the state's National Guard essentially as enforcers for the state drug "cartel".

Powerhouse combo:

Looks like the Vichy wing of the GOP is going to need more office space.

Hey, who's up for a little transformation?

"Bernie Launches Campaign with Vow of 'Winning Not Just an Election, But Transforming Our Country'".

"Hey, comrades, did he say 'transformed' or 'transported'?"

Update: Seriously, socialism is now all the rage in the Democrat Party (I mean openly so, of course).

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Sunday funnies

Spring is just around the corner; time to wash your yard.

Maybe that yarn about drop bears in Australia is true, after all.

Street art.

"Oh, wait! I'll just run inside and get a hammer!"

Can't wait until candidate Amy Klobuchar becomes the boss of America!

Related (from Powerline's "The Week in Pictures"); click to enlarge this message of support from some of Klobuchar's former employees:

I might - might - be able to beat one of these guys:

Friday, March 1, 2019

Oy, Canada!

Canada's PM is in some deep merde. Can he recover? Ezra Levant thinks not.

Quite possibly the best definition of die-hard NeverTrumpers I have ever seen

"Here are people who are not clever enough to be academics, not disciplined enough to practice law or any other useful profession, with no particular skills except writing things that no one agrees with who have still ended up rich."

Of course, not all of them have actually become rich; I suppose the desire to be so fuels the desperate dreams of Goldberg and Hayes as they embark upon this dubious venture.

(H/T: Ace of Spades)

Don't cry for Bernie Sanders

Looks like grandpa's campaign is off to a fine start: "Bernie Sanders hires illegal immigrant to be press secretary".

The immigrant in question is a woman who was brought to the country illegally from Argentina by her parents when she was six years old. I believe Paco World News Daily (PWND) has a file photo of her around here somewhere...Yeah, I think this is it:

"Viva Sandernismo! Abajo con Trump!"

Update: Meh. Bad as she was, Evita at least had more class than Belén Sisa.