Delusional Donald Trump Blames ‘Computer Outages’ For People Being Detained At Airports Over The Weekend — Yeah, Right!

This rotting tangerine will blame anybody but himself!

Donald Trump blamed “computer outages” (LOLz!!!) at Delta for the detainment of dozens of people, many of whom were legal, permanent residents, at various airports around the country over the weekend.

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We guess he figured computers were as good a scapegoat as any! His tiny brain will believe anything. (We’d also like to know which genius in his camp came up with that pathetic excuse.)

The Tweeter-In-Chief took to his favorite social media platform to rail against the airline computer systems Monday, looking even more disturbed than ever. As if such a thing were possible!

Mhmm, “computer outages.” Sure, Don.

People from banned Muslim countries who had green cards and were only WEEKS away from their citizenship ceremonies were detained. How does that make any sense?

If Drumpf’s ego wasn’t so bloated, he’d understand that his executive order was grossly unfair, unconstitutional, and very poorly executed on top of that.

But how do you explain anything of reason to a petulant child???

[Image via WENN.]

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Ben Affleck & Jen went to dinner: ‘They are working hard, enjoying being friends’

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Another day, another paparazzi outing for our favorite divorcing couple. On Sunday night, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner went to sushi restaurant Nobu, where we’ve seen countless photos of celebrities. (You can see the photo of Ben and Jen on E! Online.) Nobu is not a low key hole in the wall, is what I’m saying, although we know by now that’s not their style. Earlier that day these two went out with their kids to the farmer’s market, where they were photographed looking happy. Then that night they went out to dinner with family, where they also looked at ease. Then they told E! how it’s going with their divorce. Rinse and repeat. People ran a story about their date night too, but they used old quotes.

“They are working hard and enjoying being friends,” a source tells E! News of pair, who are parents to three children, Violet, 9, Seraphina, 6, and Samuel, 3. “Ben wants her to be happy and vice versa.”

“Just because they are getting divorced doesn’t mean they cannot be supportive friends,” the insider tells us. “They will have their good and bad days like everyone else.”

[From E! Online]

What is their end game here? Because from this side it looks like it’s all about public image. They definitely have that in common. Both are image obsessed to an obvious degree. So far, apart from the nanny blip, this divorce seems to be playing out how they planned. It makes me wonder what’s really going on behind the scenes. Are they just not able to quit each other, are they pushing this “happy family even while divorcing” angle or is it a little of both? How do their public personas bleed into their relationship? Their breakup seems inevitable to those of us in the cheap seats. They’re like a reality show couple in that way.

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market

Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner Take Their Kids To Church After The Farmer's Market

photo credit: FameFlynet

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Ben Affleck Full of Intense Regret After Not Being Allowed to Direct ‘Homeland’

During his acceptance speech at the Aritos Awards in LA on Monday, explained how he was set to direct Homeland but didn’t because Jennifer Garner wouldn’t let him. *Makes whip cracking sound*

“It’s true! I was going to do Homeland,” he explained, after the show’s casting director, Libby Goldstein, jokingly called him (and Garner) out during her remarks. (“She had gotten a film/With some sort of thing/And she wanted him home/Well, she does have the ring!” Goldstein rhymed during her speech).

“I liked the show. I signed on. The guys were ready. I don’t want to blame it on ‘her,’ but my wife and I have an arrangement where when she works, I don’t work and when I work, she doesn’t work,” Affleck shared. “She said, ‘I have this movie, it’s 10 weeks, it’s in Atlanta.’ I said, ‘Okay, forget it. I’m sure nothing will happen with it anyway.’”

“Let me tell you something: I hate that f—ing show,”Us

Now Ben Affleck is bitter and full of a regret so intense it’ll eat at him until he explodes in a fit of rage at the most random moment. Like when Jennifer forgets to put ham in his sandwich. “There’s no ham. There’s NO god damn ham! Ahhhhhhhh!” *Throws glass of juice at Jennifer’s head*


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