Social Media WTF?!

Ad For MAGA Dating App Is So Incredibly Bad It Has Social Media Roaring With Laughter

The announcement was practically breathless, declaring, “The wait is finally over!”

The wait for what? For MAGA/conservative/right-wing dating app The Right Stuff, which announced itself to the world with an ad so terrible that Twitter can’t stop laughing.

Mediaite notes the seven women who appear in the ad say they really dig that “alpha male vibe.”

One woman says she is interested in a man who is “masculine,” while another wants a right-wing suitor who puts his family first.

“Personally, I like the alpha male vibe,” says one bachelorette looking for love.

Each agreed on one thing: absolutely, positively no Democrats.

The Right Stuff has this to say about what they’re trying to do with their app:

The Right Stuff brings people together with shared values and similar passions. Discover new people while swiping on our fun, full screen experience. Stop sweating the small talk, start with a date in mind. You can respond directly to amazing date ideas or create your own for even more matches.

Shared values? Does that include insurrection, rioting, and Klan rallies?

Women can join the site for free. Men have to pay for the “honor” of joining The Right Stuff, which of course is a direct steal from the title of the famous Tom Wolfe novel about the American space program.

The site also makes it clear it doesn’t want anyone from the LGBTQ community joining its ranks:

“And by the way, those are the only two options, ladies and gentlemen. You’ll start off by building your perfect profile, no pronouns necessary!”

How quaint and bigoted. As you’d expect from those who hate anyone the least bit different than them.

Twitter wasted no time leveling the karma of the new dating app.

Hard to decide which is worse, the app or the ad.


Right Wing Morons WTF?!

Michael Flynn Claims A State Governor Can Declare War: ‘We’re Probably Going To See That’

Disgraced former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn is now telling right-wing crowds that state governors can declare war and that “we’re going to probably see that.”

Flynn made his comments at a campaign rally for QAnon-supporting Arizona secretary of state candidate Mark Finchem, who has been endorsed by failed, one-term, twice-impeached ex-president Donald Trump, according to HuffPost.

“States’ rights. Did you know that a governor can declare war? A governor can declare war. And we’re going to probably see that.”

Of course, Flynn is 100% incorrect, because the U.S. Constitution clearly spells out in Article I, Section 8, Clause 11, only Congress has the power to “declare war” and “raise and support” armies. Also, the president is commander-in-chief of the armed forces and can federalize National Guard troops with the stroke of a pen, so any governor who declared war would find that he didn’t have any forces he could send into battle.

Frances Hill, a professor of law and dean’s distinguished scholar for the profession at the University of Miami also confirmed that Flynn is full of shit, telling Newsweek:

“Even though various and sundry interpreters of the Constitution have, from time to time, tried to argue that the states are sovereign as well…it is a different kind of sovereignty. They have sovereignty over certain elements of action within their own state—declaring war on anybody in their own state not being among those powers, I suppose I should add.”

Professor Hill also addressed the matter of troops:

“If the National Guard is to be used in a combat situation, that has to be done by the federal government.

“I just think that it’s very dangerous for people to go out…people who still have a voice and who will be covered to some extent, and make claims like this that are simply not true.”

Flynn also got a thorough mocking on social media.

Crime Donald Trump Espionage WTF?!

Former FBI Official Believes He Has Proof Trump Moved Classified Documents To Another Location

A former top official with the FBI said Saturday that new photographic evidence seems to suggest disgraced former one-term president Donald Trump deliberately moved classified documents from his Mar-a-Lago resort to his Bedminster golf club just three days after the federal government contacted him about failing to return requested materials.

According to Mediaite:

On Saturday morning, Meidas Touch posted an intriguing video from last year, writing “Video from May 8, 2021 shows Trump boarding a jet from Florida to Bedminster with multiple boxes bearing a strong resemblance to boxes of top secret materials found at Mar-a-Lago. On May 6, NARA had contacted Trump’s team saying documents were missing and may be at Mar-a-Lago.”

That video was taken exactly three days after Trump had been notified he needed to return the documents he had in his possession:

May 6: National Archives and Records Administration contacts Trump’s team to say some high-profile presidential documents appear to be missing. “We know things are very chaotic, as they always are in the course of a one-term transition,” Gary Stern, the agency’s chief counsel writes to Trump lawyers. “But it is absolutely necessary that we obtain and account for all presidential records.”

The resurfaced video led Peter Strzok, a former FBI agent and official, to weigh in on Twitter.

Then others shared their thoughts on the video and the timing of when those boxes were being moved.

Andrew Weissmann, who served as lead investigator for Special Counsel Robert Mueller during the Russiagate probe, noted:

To paraphrase a line from the classic 1975 film “Jaws,” You’re gonna need a bigger search warrant.


Donald Trump Jr. Social Media WTF?!

Don Jr. Calls The Democratic Party A ‘Cult’ – Twitter Reminds Him Who The Real Cultist Is

Donald Trump Jr. is absolutely furious that President Joe Biden dared urge Floridians to get vaccinated for COVID as they prepared for Hurricane Ian, and he wants us to believe that encouraging vaccinations for COVID means you’re in a cult.

In a video he made and posted on social media, a clearly agitated and perhaps wasted Don Jr. went on an extended rant, remarking:

“Is this a cult? What does it have to do with anything? There are so many more important things to dealing with a situation, an emergency situation, that could arise from a hurricane that being vaccinated is not one of them, folks. Not even, like, remotely, not even pretend. I’m gonna say that this is my opinion because I know that someone will try to fact-check me for it, not based on actual science, but they’ll have a couple of people who agree, and they wanna push their crap upon us, and so they’ll say I’m spreading misinformation, so this is just my opinion.”

He then added:

“It literally has no bearing on the situation at hand. If you’re dealing with 150 mile an hour winds, I assure you your vaccination status means nothing to you, your family, your friends.”

Oh, and while he was at it, the gun fetishist that lives inside Don Jr. also suggested firearms were more needed in a hurricane than anything else.

It’s a cult if you encourage people to get vaccinated? That’s pretty rich coming from a man whose father has openly courted the wackos from the QAnon movement who think Satan-worshiping pedophiles control all of the world’s governments and feast on the adrenal glands of children in order to stay eternally young. In other words, it’s a variation on the anti-Semitic trope that claimed for centuries Jews used the blood of children to make matzah. It’s wrong, it’s disgusting, and it’s dangerous.

It would be interesting to see if Junior believes the bullshit pumped out by the QAnon nutjobs, but he refuses to sit for an interview with a real journalist who would ask him such a question and hold his feet to the fire until he gave a yes or no response.

Twitter wasted no time reminding Don Jr. of his own hate speech and cultism, and obsession with weapons of mass murder.

Oh, and there’s also the fact that President Biden didn’t say what Don Jr. claims.

Nice try, Junior, but less drugs and more actual research would help.

Congress Donald Trump Impeachment WTF?!

Trump Thought He Could ‘Sue’ Congress For Daring To Impeach Him: Report

After the House of Representatives voted to impeach failed, one-term former president Donald Trump in 2019 for pressuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate Hunter Biden, the son of his Democratic presidential rival, Joe Biden, the clueless Trump wanted to sue Congress for taking such an action, even though impeachment is clearly spelled out in the U.S. Constitution.

That, according to HuffPost, is one of the revelations in a new book from New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America.

“I’ll just sue Congress. They can’t do this to me,” Trump said, according to excerpts from Haberman’s book.

And that’s not the only head-shaking moment in Haberman’s book.

There was also a scene in debate prep when Trump humiliated himself, which seems to be the only thing he excels at.

The book also details comments by Trump during preparation for a debate in which former Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus ― while pretending to be a transgender student ― asked the then-candidate if she could use the girls’ bathroom, CNN reported.

“I have a question, cocked or decocked?” Trump reportedly asked before receiving “blank stares” and making a “chopping gesture.”

“With cock or without cock?” he continued.

Confidence Man will be released on October 4.