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GOP Lets Companies Sell Your Internet Data, Trump/Nunes Tale Gets Weirder – Seth Meyers

GOP Lets Companies Sell Your Internet Data, Trump/Nunes Tale Gets Weirder - Seth Meyers

GOP Lets Companies Sell Your Internet Data, Trump/Nunes Tale Gets Weirder - Seth MeyersSeth Meyers takes a closer look at Trump’s record low approval rating and the GOP’s plan to allow Internet companies to sell our personal internet data, while Russian investigations refuse to just go away!
Still smarting from a self-inflicted ‘health care’ wound, the White House has a winning strategy for pulling Trump’s record low approval rating out of a nosedive,all the while continuing to meddle in the investigation of Russian ties.

Republicans, the party of small government, are raising your taxes, while lowering taxes for those at the top. Weirder still is the White House plan to stop the Trump nosedive by passing a bill that I sincerely hope pains them more than kidney stones. The GOP is wiping away FCC internet protections, making it legal for your ISP provider to sell your personal browser history without your knowledge or permission – ALL of it!  Expect that everything you do and see is being watched, including your geographic location!
The Grabber in Chief plans to sign the bill, although he is ignorant of the implications. Unlike millions of with-it grannies, Trump doesn’t even know how to use email. Pushed for a reason, he claims email “ruins marriages.” Pause for a chuckle – and a count of his email-free marital flops. You can bet that Trump’s marriage is safe from Google, NPR, BBC – or even YouTube where he could see his own face..An irresistible pull, if only he knew.   Trump is a loyalist twit.

Several of Trump’s loyal supporters and voters give their input during the segment. At last,they are asked; ” Do you trust the President?” There is a long pause. It is as quiet as a bug fart, as silent as a pin drop, as hushed as a gnat gasp and a still as a yard gnome.
Maybe former President G.W. ‘Dubya’ Bush’s comment applies here too. According to New York Magazine, after Trump’s  inaugural address, Bush  commented: “That was some weird s*&%t.”

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