1. Donald Trump
Whether he was dismissing his own administration's report on climate change or mocking a sexual assault victim, it's nice to see that he maintained his established standards for truthfulness and class. In the mitigating factors department, when reporters piss him off he merely bans them on dubious grounds rather than killing them. Which leads us to...
2. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
3. Vladimir Putin
4. Nikolas Cruz
I could probably cram in another dozen mass shooters this year, but keeping track off them has gotten way too depressing
5. Alex Jones
6. Kim Jong-Un
7. Chuck Grassley
The guy who as Senate Judiciary Committee Chair ensured that there would never be a vote on Merrick Garland got downright apoplectic over the idea of delaying the vote on Brett Kavanaugh until the FBI could investigate the sexual assault allegations against him. Bonus points for explaining the lack of Republican women on the committee by suggesting that it was too much work for them.
8. Mitch McConnell
Declared that getting Kavanaugh confirmed (by ramming his nomination thru the Senate without a proper investigation) was his 'proudest moment' as a Senator. It makes one appreciate the honest cynicism of Donald Trump's "We won and that's all that matters" sentiment.
9. Michael Avenatti
The Kavanaugh hearings were enough of a circus without a media whore thrusting himself into their midst.
10. Diane Feinstein
For thoroughly mishandling Christine Blassey Ford's allegations
11. Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Spinning events is standard operating procedure for a press secretary. Backing the President's take on events with a doctored videotape is a new one.
12. Kristjen Nielsen
We are not separating children from their families. Please ignore reality, other members of the Trump administration, and my cabinet department's webpage.
13. Laura Ingraham
Mocked one of the Stoneman Douglas survivors, whined when it resulted in an advertiser boycott
14. Jack Kingston
15. Dan Snyder (Redskins owner)
Domestic violence, sign 'em up. Protesting during the national anthem, stay away.
16. Cindy Hyde-Smith
Lynching jokes are so
17. Roseanne Barr
"Black people look like monkeys" jokes aren't an improvement. Bonus points for using the "I was on Ambien" excuse. (Apparently, they need to add "may cause racism" to the warning label.)
18. Paul Ryan
19. Betsy DeVos
20. Brett Kavanaugh
Even without the sexual assault questions, there's the whole turning into a rabid conspiracy theorist during his defense aspect. (Although for Trump, that probably qualified as a feature, not a bug.)
1. Dennis Mukwege
2. Peter Wang
3. Anthony Borges
4-8. Cameron Kasky, Alex Wind, Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg, Jaclyn Corin
9. Robert Mueller
10. Jamal Khashoggi
11. George Soros
Given the alt-right's hysteria over him, he must be doing something right
post edited by C. Fishel - 2018/12/03 19:36:05