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Jeff Sessions Lied His Little Elfin Ass Off Under Oath

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2017 |

By Lainey Bobainey | Pajiba Love | July 21, 2017 |

YES, now it’s Friday. Good lord, I was starting to think I had imagined Fridays and that they really didn’t exist.

You guys remember when Kamala Harris started asking Jeff Sessions a lot of quickfire questions, and he got super annoyed? It was a total prosecutor move. You know why she did it? To get Jeff Sessions on the record. You know why she wanted to get him on the record? Because she could nail him for perjury when those lies came back to haunt his elfin little ass. Like, say, when intelligence agency intercepts prove that Sessions did have substantive policy discussions with the Russian ambassador, contradicting his lying ass. (WashPo)

The showdown in the next few days should be fun: Does Trump fire Sessions? And if so, does Sessions turn on Trump?

In health care bill news: Ooops!

Tori mentioned Halle Berry chugging booze at Comic-Con, but the accompanying video is pretty delightful. Channing Tatum and Pedro Pascal are suitably impressed. - (Lainey)

None of us want Bieber, but China actually told him, “Yeah, no. Your dumb ass ain’t welcome here, son!” I mean, they might have said it slightly nicer. Or more diplomatically. But maybe they didn’t! - (Dlisted)

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Duchess Kate wore some designer in Germany. Who cares? A Girl met A Man. SHE MET JAQEN H’GHAR! - (Celebitchy)

Birds, planes, and smiling 4-year-old Prince George! Plus, some other royal stuff and whatnot. - (GFY)

Speaking of planes, when are airlines going to realize how bad it looks when they keep kicking ticketed passengers off of their flights? Especially when that ticketed passenger is an unaccompanied minor? - (Inc)

Cannonballer kdm was wary of picking up another YA book, but the movie Everything, Everything sounded intriguing. She wanted to read Nicola Yoon’s book before watching the movie. The book exceeded her expectations. She loved the intimacy of the writing, the characters and the way Yoon made controversial topics part of the conversation, but not the point of the plot. Have you seen or read this one? (Cannonball Read 9)

Have a lovely weekend! Try not to melt. Or freeze. I don’t know where you’re located.

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