Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went on Fox “News” Monday evening and did his best impression of Henny Penny, declaring that the sky was definitely falling if disgraced former president Donald Trump wound up being indicted in the state of Georgia for trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Appearing with Fox host Jesse Watters, Graham whined that the legal problems facing Trump were “unfair.”
As HuffPost notes, many couldn’t help but wonder if Graham fully appreciated the irony of his words.
Users on … Twitter said deciding Trump’s fate at the ballot box was “sorta the point here.”
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is not very bright. After all, she needed three attempts before she was finally able to pass the GED exam, which she tries to spin as a positive thing, suggesting that she got a lot more education by having kids at a young age and marrying a man who got caught flashing his penis at underage girls in a bowling alley.
And now Boebert is admitting she’s so intellectually challenged that she needs at least five days to read any legislation before she can vote on it, posting this video online:
Granted, bills should indeed be read, but does it take five days to do that? Perhaps if Ms. Boebert spent less time on Twitter and making appearances on right-wing podcasts, she’d have more time to sit down and actually do her damn job.
Also, if the job is too tough for Lauren, then why in the hell is she running for reelection? Probably because her beloved gun-totin’-themed restaurant, Shooters Grill, has now closed and she needs the money and benefits a government job provides.
But wait a minute! Isn’t Boebert one of those “small government” right wingers who thinks we need to cut back on everything? Apparently that only applies to others, because she damn sure insists on getting paid, courtesy of taxpayers, naturally.
Five days to read legislation? What good will that do when Bobo can’t even prove that she knows how to read in the first place?
Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has things so bad (according to her) that she can tell Democrats in the House of Representatives are trying to “trigger” her and make her angry.
During an interview on right-wing schlock “network” Real America’s Voice, Greene said she was upset with comments made by Rep. Dan Goldman (D-NY) made shortly after Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter Biden’s, had failed to connect President Joe Biden to any crimes or wrongdoing.
Even worse, Greene continued, is that Goldman often speaks immediately before or after she has made her remarks during committee hearings.
“For some reason, they always schedule it to where Dan Goldman is usually speaking after me at some point or possibly right before me,” she complained. “And I think that’s, I think that’s part of the plan.”
Then came the comment about Democrats attempting to “trigger her.”
Poor poor pitiful Margie! She can’t get an word in edgewise without a Democrat doing a fact-check on her and making her look like the lying insurrectionist she is and will always be.
If Marge hates her job so much, why doesn’t she resign and go back to bedding every man who walks through the door of her sweat-infested gym in North Georgia? After all, at least she was good at being a serial adulterer.
Proving yet again that the biggest snowflakes on the planet are those on the political right end of the spectrum, they’re in full meltdown mode over at Fox News because an article from the Daily Beast dared to refer to Casey DeSantis, wife of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis who is also seeking the 2024 GOP Presidential nomination as “Walmart Melania.”
Katie Baker wrote this about Mrs. DeSantis, and quite frankly, it’s on-point in more than a few ways:
The First Lady of Florida showed up on the campaign trail in Iowa this weekend wearing a ghastly black leather jacket—American flag on the front, an alligator and the silhouette of her state on the back, with the sneering words, “Where Woke Goes to Die”—that brought to mind nothing so much as the racks of a Red State big-bin store where it would be retailing for $24.99.
To be fair, Casey DeSantis wore the bomber to a charity biker rally and I’m sure the campaign intended it to be a viral moment, like Melania Trump’s infamous “I Really Don’t Care” coat that the former First Lady donned to check out the border crisis.
But it was the title of Baker’s article, “Casey DeSantis is the Walmart Melania” that drew the ire of the gang at Fox’s “Outnumbered,” where the discussion soon turned to how it was yet another attack on average Americans, though they failed to explain what’s “average” about either Ron or Casey DeSantis.
According to Emily Compagno, who was one of the guests on “Outnumbered,” Baker’s article was a slap at every American who struggles to make ends meet and therefore shops at Walmart.
“This is why it is so repetitively disheartening to open up the paper and read what people actually think of us. Us. We are the ones who put food on our table. We earn our income. We fly the American flag. We wear clothes from where we can afford proudly, and rightly so.”
“We disgust the elitist left. We disgust them by existing and by being proud of being American, being proud of being modest and humble and coming from humble beginnings and moderate ends.”
We? Who in the hell is Compagno trying to pretend she is? Because the truth is that she’s a wealthy attorney and TV host who can afford to shop anywhere she wants and probably doesn’t hang out around Walmart very much. After all, she has a net worth of millions.
Casey DeSantis, by many reports, is a conniving and cutthroat spouse who protects her husband because she sees herself getting ahead as a result of being his wife.
But here’s some free advice for Casey, Ron, and the gang at Fox: You’d better grow some thicker skin because the barbs are only going to get sharper from this point forward.
Or, as Harry Truman once wisely advised, If you can’t stand the heat, get the hell out of the kitchen.