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Jessie's Great Escape

This is the story of how we rescued Jessie (a foster cat who had only just given birth to three kittens the day before) after she disappeared down an air conditioning vent on Good Friday leaving three helpless and hungry kittens behind.

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Trump, You’re Fired: Trump Becomes First U.S. President Impeached Twice

For the first time in American history, an American President has been impeached twice. And the moment it happened, I was standing in front of Congress, holding up Article II Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution. It's important to hold Trump accountable for what happened January 6th, and here's why...

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Trump, You're Fired! (Reprise: Finish him!)

The Saturday following the Election Day, a stark realization had come over Peter, which is that all the states he had "snapped" in Biden's favor with his personal Infinity Gauntlet had announced their support for Biden... so Peter returned to the White House with his Infinity Gauntlet to snap a few more times... just on the off-chance that his projected thoughts were actually shaping the outcome of the election snap-by-snap! 🤣 😉 🤣   Follow-up Note: It worked.

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Americans, Assemble: Count All the Votes!

On November 3rd, 2020, Election Day, Peter Dennis headed down to the White House wearing his 'Americans for Impeachment' sweatshirt, and with his bullhorn in hand, and proceeded to "snap" America onto a better trajectory. Then... November 6th, just three days later, director and filmmaker John Handem Piette released a political parody clip on Facebook titled, "Americans Assemble" If you're wondering why Trump hasn't conceded yet, the answer is simple: Peter hasn't yet returned to Black Lives Matter Plaza to snap a couple more times 😉 ... but rest assured, once he does, Pennsylvania and Georgia will formally lock Biden in as the 46th President of the United States. 

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And that's the story of how I ended up in my first TikTok

On November 3rd, 2020, the day of the 2020 Presidential Election, I woke up half an hour before dawn and drove down to the White House. After parking my car, I grabbed my bullhorn, a few handfuls of "Trump, You're Fired!" bumper stickers and post cards, and started walking towards the White House.  That's when it happened.  I saw a TV camera.  I didn't know if they were live or not, but I looked down at the bumper stickers in my hand, and then held them up to the TV camera, then continued on my merry way.

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