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Lauren Boebert Accused Of Shooting Neighbor’s Dog In Cold Blood

If there’s one thing we know about Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is that she obsessed with guns and firearms because she thinks the Second Amendment is absolute, despite the fact that the it begins, “A well regulated Militia.” Well regulated. Does that sound absolute?

But now Boebert is accused of being the lowest of the low by allegedly shooting and killing a neighbor’s dog in cold blood.

Shooting man’s best friend. Few things are more disgusting.

According to the neighbor, Yaritza Mendoza, Boebert killed her dog, Omega — a husky — because she thought he was “violent.”

Mendoza says the shooting took place in August, but she was afraid to come forward because Boebert is a member of Congress and has power the average American citizen doesn’t.

In a lengthy post on Facebook, Mendoza writes:

“I was scared of the arrogance that your head is filled with while you carry a gun. However, I am writing this now to let you know I am no longer scared of you.”

Be sure and note that Mendoza claims Boebert’s son “repeatedly” came onto her property to play with Omega, and was even welcomed into their home:

“We also welcomed him every single time: he even created a friendship with my younger cousins. You were aware of his actions yet never communicated with him to stop.”

Boebert denies the allegation, responding on Twitter:

That may well be true, but why would anyone believe a word that Lauren Boebert says? After all, she lies each and every day, be it on the floor of the House or Twitter. That’s the way Republicans are in the Age of Trump: They lie and then try to slag others when they get caught lying.

Maybe Boebert didn’t kill Omega. But ask yourself this question: Is she capable of such a heinous act?

 

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Twitter Smacks Down Jim Jordan After He Says Donald Trump Is The Victim For Hoarding Secret Documents

There are few Republicans who are more disgustingly sycophantic toward failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president Donald Trump than Rep. Jim Jordan.

So it should come as no surprise that ever since the FBI served a search warrant at the disgraced ex-president’s Mar-a-Lago golf resort on Aug. 8, Jordan has been saying and tweeting out all sorts of specious allegations, suggesting that the Justice Department is out to get Trump, the FBI is targeting the Donald, and somehow all of this is an extension of the Russia investigation which was looked at by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

But a tweet Jordan sent out today is getting him pelted with enormous social media blowback, mainly because he’s asserting that Donald Trump is the victim despite the fact that he’s the one who was hoarding top secret documents in violation of federal law.

Here’s the tweet:

Read that again and see if you can follow Jordan’s twisted logic. If there was someone at Mar-a-Lago who told the FBI Trump had thousands of classified documents, then “they” spied on Donald before he was president, while he was president, and after he left office. Does that make sense to anyone other than a mindless MAGA minion who thinks Trump is the reincarnation of Jesus?

Also, why is it a bad thing that someone decided to inform the feds about the fact that Trump had secretive papers he should have turned over before he left the White House? Isn’t that actually a very good thing because those files are now under wraps instead of floating around for a hostile foreign power to get ahold of and use against the United States?

Not to Jim Jordan. To him, it confirms his paranoid theory that “they” are out to get Trump. That, of course, completely overlooks the fact that if Trump hasn’t done anything wrong, he has nothing to worry about.

Let’s see what Twitter has to say about the matter.

Jim Jordan never runs out of ways to plant his foot right in his mouth, does he?

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Abortion Elections GOP

‘Women Against Matt Gaetz’ Group Growing In Leaps In Bounds With The Goal Of Defeating Him In November

Two days ago, a group of women who have dedicated themselves to making sure Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is defeated in the November midterm election formed a group under the banner of “Women Against Matt Gaetz.”

In 48 hours time, the group has grown to over 1,300 members and continues to expand as Gaetz’s recent comments regarding women and abortion are coming back to bite him right on his butt.

WEAR-TV reports:

“Women have had enough of him and had enough his mouth speaking derogatory to women who are simply expressing their rights,” Samantha Hope Herring, Women Against Matt Gaetz creator said.

A new Facebook group called “Women Against Matt Gaetz” is gaining followers by the hundreds.

“It has gone from us just creating it to like 1,300 in two days,” Herring said. “By speaking up, we can organize together to vote him out. That’s the number one thing we want to see happen. And we also are going to be asking Congress to censure Matt Gaetz.”

As you may know, Gaetz spoke last week at a conservative youth conference (we all know how fond Matt allegedly is of young girls) and made insulting remarks about those who are in favor of abortion rights:

“Have you watched these pro-abortion, pro-murder rallies? The people are just disgusting. Why is it that the women with the least likelihood of getting pregnant are the ones most worried about having abortions?”

“Nobody wants to impregnate you if you look like a thumb. These people are odious from the inside out. They’re like 5′2″, 350 pounds, and they’re like, ‘Give me my abortions or I’ll get up and march and protest.’

“A few of them need to get up and march — they need to get up and march for like an hour a day. Swing those arms, get the blood pumpin’, maybe mix in a salad.”

Kathy White, Okaloosa County Democratic Women’s Club president, said she’s also upset that Gaetz voted against a bill this week that would have helped combat human trafficking, the very same crime he’s suspected of having committed with multiple underage girls:

“Women all feel strongly about their rights being trampled on and having no respect even Matt has a mother. Can you imagine how embarrassed she is? All people have mothers and all mothers are women.”

A spokesperson for Gaetz later released a statement which reads:

“Hundreds of women for Matt Gaetz showed up to rallies today in real life. Woke activists sharing hate online aren’t our focus. Matt Gaetz is pro-life and wouldn’t have it any other way.”

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GOP Supreme Court U.S. Senate

Ted Cruz Haughtily Declares ‘I’m Not A Moron’ And Then Proves Otherwise

Even though he’s an arrogant asshat of a human being, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) wants us all to know that he’s “not a moron.”

Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill, Cruz insisted that the draft Supreme Court opinion reversing the Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania vs. Casey decisions was leaked by a liberal law clerk working for one of the three progressive justices, though he’s also said he suspects someone in the office of Justice Sonia Sotomayor without providing a shred of evidence to support such a serious accusation.

“They wanted to put heat and they wanted to invoke politics to try to get them to change their vote. And by the way, if that left-wing law clerk succeeds, it would be the most grotesque politicization of the Supreme Court in the history of our nation.”

During a appearance on Fox Business, Cruz laid out his unsubstantiated conspiracy theory, telling host Stuart Varney:

But, when he was confronted by reporters and asked to provide substantiation for his claims, Cruz turned into a snotty little douchebag.

A reporter asked the senator:

“Senator, why do you think you know this was a liberal clerk who leaked this? Do you have information that suggests that?”

Cruz huffily replied:

“Because I’m not a moron. Because I live on planet earth. Because this is obviously an attempt from someone who is unhappy about the direction the Court is going, to put political pressure on the Justices to change their outcome. That is the only reason this gets leaked, and you know that. Come on, you’re a reporter in Washington DC.”

That led the reporter to inquire about the possibility that a conservative might have leaked the opinion because “they supported the original [Roe] decision and want to lock them [the Justices] back in. That’s a completely reasonable scenario, isn’t it?” 

Cruz:

“You know what, I, I, I, find that ludicrous. But if it’s the case, maybe you’ll win a Pulitzer for that.”

The reporter countered:

“Well you’re saying you have no evidence.”

That led Cruz to retort:

“I think it’s obvious what’s going on here. And, and, and, we’ve all seen leaks often enough in this town, just not at the Supreme Court. This has never happened in any case ever, and it is truly horrifying.”

 

Actually, it has indeed happened in another case. Ironically, the 1973 Roe v. Wade opinion which gave women the right to make their own reproductive choices was also leaked.

If indeed it can be proven that a conservative leaked the draft, someone needs to play today’s video for Cruz and get his reaction. He might just cry.

Oh, and Ted Cruz is indeed a moron. His own words indict him on that count.

 

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Abortion Congress GOP

Marjorie Greene Gets Hit With Angry Backlash For Saying Anti-Abortion Forces Have ‘God’ On Their Side

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) wants us to know that those opposed to a woman making her own reproductive choices have God on their side, and that’s why the leaked Supreme Court draft document that would strike down Roe v. Wade is on the verge of becoming the law of the land.

Greene started her “Christian” victory dance on Monday evening, right after Politico published the draft opinion penned by Justice Samuel Alito, attacking a sitting Democratic senator, Raphael Warnock (who also happens to be an ordained minister) for a tweet he posted:

“As a pro-choice pastor, I’ve always believed that a patient’s room is way too small for a woman, her doctor, and the United States government. I’ll always fight to protect a woman’s right to choose. And that will never change.”

That led Greene to call Warnock a “fraud.”

“There is no pastor ordained by God that would support killing God’s creation in the womb. You are a liar. A fraud. And a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Shame on you.”

Greene later posted a photo from an anti-abortion rally held outside the Supreme Court along with this message:

“Our God is bigger.”

Our God? There’s more than one? There’s a Republican/Insurrectionist God and another one that frowns on attempted coups to overturn a free and fair election?

Also, how does Ms. Greene’s god feel about her alleged extramarital affairs with men other than her husband? In the Old Testament, that sort of thing was punished by stoning the guilty parties to death.

Or how does the Greene god feel about lying under oath or saying you can’t recall when asked a direct question under oath? Pretty sure lying is a sin no matter who your god happens to be.

For her arrogance and ignorance, Greene was hit with plenty of online backlash: