Conjunction Misfunction

As he usually is, Clay Jones is spot-on once again. Thanks, Clay, for setting the record straight. Now if only the Republicans would listen!


Silicone Valley Bank crashed Saturday with $212 billion in assets. It’s the second-largest bank failure in history. This prompted Cocaine Bear, I mean Donald Trump Jr, to tweet, “I don’t remember banks collapsing under Trump.”

Seaway Bank and Trust Company, Proficio Bank, First NBC Bank, Guaranty Bank, Fayette County Bank, The Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Argonia, Washington Federal Bank for Savings, The Enloe State Bank, Louisa Community Bank, Resolute Bank, City National Bank of New Jersey, Ericson State Bank, The First State Bank, First City Bank of Florida, Almena State Bank all collapsed during the Trump administration. In case you’re counting, that’s 15 banks that collapsed during the Trump administration. Just because Sniffles Jr doesn’t remember something doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Ten years from now and he won’t remember dating Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted, “They give money to Silicon Valley Bank. They give money to…

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7 thoughts on “Conjunction Misfunction

  1. Jill, just as taking Senior at his word is a fool’s errand, so he is doing the same with Junior. The apple did not fall far from the tree on this one. Keith

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  2. It appears that the British HSBC bank is about to take over SVB. Makes me wonder if they engineered the failure in the first place to get it cheap. Never trust a banker!
    Best wishes, Pete.


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    • Exactly so. The politicians, however, seem to believe their loyalty lies with the wealthy, not the people who elected them. Sigh. Let’s run away to Switzerland and live in a small village where we can breathe fresh air, sip wine and coffee, and live in peace.


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