1. Donald Trump
Combines the ethics of Nixon with the competence of Harding. On the bright side, his lack of coattails in the gubernatorial races in Kentucky and Louisiana suggest the public is no longer buying what he’s selling
2. Kim Jung Un
More missile tests. Trump’s visit really paid off.
3. Vladimir Putin
4. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
On the bright side, did not have any journalists decapitated this year. On the other hand, still engaged in indiscriminate slaughter in Yemen.
5. Nicholas Maduro
6. Jair Bolsanaro
7. Xi Jinping
8-13. Annual Mass Shooter Round-Up: Brenton Tarrant (Christchurch, NZ, mosque); DeWayne Antonio Craddock (Virginia Beach); Santino Legan (Gilroy Garlic Festival); Patrick Crusius (El Paso Wal-Mart); Connor Betts (Dayton, Ohio); Seth Aaron Ator (Midland-Odessa, Texas)
14. William Barr
Turns out he was mistaken when he testified during his confirmation hearing that he understood the difference between serving the United States and serving Donald Trump.
15. Devin Nunes
The ranking Republican in the Trump impeachment inquiry is a SLAPP-happy conspiracy theorist. And judging from his frequent contacts with Rudy Giuliani and Lev Parnas, quite possibly an active participant in the activities that the committee was investigating.
16. Mitch McConnell
17. Rudy Giuliani
18. Jeffrey Epstein
19. Kristjen Nielsen
The good news: the architect of the administration’s policy of tearing children away from their parents resigned. The bad news: she resigned because Trump wants someone tougher on immigration. God knows what the next DHS Secretary will do. Waterboard the kids?
20. Debra Messing
Blacklisting actors in the 50s for having left-wing views was stupid. Blacklisting actors now for being pro-Trump is not an improvement.
21. Rep. Steven King
22. Lindsay Graham
A McCain-wannabe, who unfortunately lacks a spine. (Check out how quickly he caved over Trump’s withdrawal from Syria.)
23. Tucker Carlson
Declared white supremacy a ‘hoax’ the day after a mass shooting by a white supremacist
24. Boris Johnson
25. R. Kelly
26. Bill Cosby
Declared himself a political prisoner. No. Nelson Mandela was a political prisoner. You’re a serial rapist.
27. William Rick Singer
28. Alex Jones
29. Jussie Smollett
30. Wilbur Ross
The Commerce Secretary who couldn’t ‘quite understand why’ federal workers going without pay during the government shutdown were patronizing food banks
31. Prince Andrew
So detached from reality that he was actually pleased with the interview where he shot himself in the foot repeatedly
32-33. George and Kellyanne Conway
Answering the unasked question: What would James Carville and Mary Matalin have been like after dual lobotomies?
34. Adam Silver
For his initial attempt to throw Daryl Morey under the bus after Morey ticked off the Chinese government by tweeting support of pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong
35. Hunter Biden
Granted, his exploitation of his father’s name and connections are no more unseemly than those of Jared Kushner and Donald Trump Jr., but that isn’t exactly high praise.
36. Donald Trump, Jr.
Complained about relatives of politicians cashing in. Resulted in more irony detectors overloading and exploding than any event since Henry Kissinger winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
37. Ralph Northam
38-39. Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin
40. AmIAnnoying.com Voters
1. Jessikka Aro
2. Jacinda Ardern
3. Syrian Democratic Forces
The Kurdish group that provided much of the intelligence for the raid against ISIS caliph Abu al-Baghdadi. For their reward, Trump withdrew US forces from Syria and let Turkey invade SDF territory.
4. John McCain
Continues to inspire outbursts from Trump posthumously.
5. Gayle King
6. Washington Nationals
7. Toronto Raptors
8. Greta Thunberg
Would rank higher if I thought there was a chance in hell of her actually changing the behavior of the world's leaders
9. Alex Trebek
10. Michelle Obama
post edited by C. Fishel - 2019/12/22 13:06:41