Hi! How are you?
It's a Friday night and I'm posting. The Democrats put Attorney General Barr on the stand and grilled him. Why? Because the Democrats wanted the Mueller report to be released one little bit at at time and this way the Democrats could coordinate with the media companies, and make it seem like the President is a Big Nasty Man. But instead, the Attorney General released the entire report at once, foiling those plans.
I heard that Kim Foxx, prosecutor for cook county, she got subpoenaed by retired appellate judge, Sheila O’Brien, over Foxx's handling of the Justin Smollet hoaxed crime and blood libel against white people. We'll see what happens with that case. I doubt Foxx will do time unless there's some really good evidence. And even if Foxx does step down or whatever, Foxx can still insist on her own moral rectitude, get a book deal (or whatever), and still get invited to Hollywood parties because she let that asshole Smollett get off. I mean, I'd like to see Smollett go to the pen for several years for what he did, but that seems less likely every day.
I may yet be surprised, though. Crossing my fingers and raising a can of beer to toast blind lady Justice.
Anyway in this weeks' page of fun, the Princess does some more healing. I don't know why the henwife has such a mad-on for the Princess. I mean, the Princess healed both of her daughters, so why is the henwife telling the queen she's gotta do something about it?
The comment the other week, that "henwife" is a synonym for evil witch, makes sense here. I mean, if the henwife was an actual evil witch the story would have said so. But here, the henwife is an agent of change in the story, an older female in the same sense that the witch in Snow White was an agent of change. If the henwife didn't say anything there wouldn't be a story. So there's that to think about.
Okay, see you guys next week! Thanks for coming!
P.S. There's a new Weird Comic story up on the main site about a griffin, come see!