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WATCH: James Comer Gets His A*s Handed To Him In Less Than 2 Minutes By An NBC Reporter

NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Ryan Nobles made House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) look like a complete fool in what may well be record time during an interview on the topic of Comer’s efforts to impeach President Joe Biden.

Nobles began by telling Comer:

“So sir, there were the two checks: The $40,000 check and the $200,000 check that came from the president’s son and into the President’s bank account. There was also subsequent bank records, which were provided through the [Oversight] Committee, that demonstrate that there were also subsequent pieces of information that went from the President to the president’s son.”

Comer: “That is not true.”

Nobles then inquired, “So that you’re saying that that information has been made up then? Where did that information come from? That came from the Committee.”

“I don’t know,” Comer claimed. “We haven’t seen that information.”

“That is Committee information that is collected from the bank records that your committee has obtained,” Nobles added.

“Just show the check,” Comer insisted.

Nobles asked Comer if he had “a canceled check for every wire transfer that’s ever come into your account?”

“Yes,” Comer replied.

Nobles confronted the chairman with more facts.

“And that’s what has been shown, there is bank records that demonstrate an exact same amount of money. Are you saying, okay, sir, are you saying those bank records do not exist? That show the money leaving the President’s account and into his son’s?”

Comer: “They were money laundering. You see wires going all over the –”

Nobles pressed further:

“Sir, answer this specific question: Is there a bank record that demonstrates the exact amount of money that came from the President’s account into his son’s account that matches the checks that then went back to him? Does that exist? Yes or no?”

“No, no!” Comer raged “There’s money coming from a law firm.”

“That doesn’t exist? That doesn’t exist, sir?” Nobles noted.

Getting angrier, Comer said, “It does not exist. It’s coming from a law firm. Who put who put the money in the law firm? How do you know the money came from Joe Biden? It could have come from one of Hunter shell companies. You have no idea.”

Nobles: “Okay. So you are saying that that money that that money exists?That transfer does exist there in the bank records that you and your committee –”

“No!” Comer again shouted “You don’t know what that transfer is.”

Afterwards, Adam Cohen of Lawyers for Good Government, wrote on Twitter, “James Comer goes from checks that confirm harmless transactions between Joe and Hunter Biden ‘do not exist’ To ‘they exist, but we claim they might be suspicious.'”

House Republicans are the Keystone Cops of the political world, and James Comer is one of the biggest buffoons of them all.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene: Satan Hates Women Because He Can’t Get Pregnant

Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has an important message for women: They’re under attack by Satan because they can get pregnant and give birth.

Speaking at Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Conference, Greene gave the audience a taste of her twisted view of religion, telling them, “Ladies, you have a great enemy. And it hates you because of who you are. Because you’re a woman.”

“You see, if you pay close attention to scripture, all the way back in Genesis, it talks about the creation of everything we see, know, feel, hear, everything that exists,” she continued. “And it talks about the creation of man and woman. And in Genesis, the Bible tells us that God created us, man and woman, in his image he created us.”

God created women, Greene asserted, because man was very “lonely.”

“And when God noticed that man was lonely, he took a rib from the man, Adam, and created woman. Now, woman was different than man. Woman was not the same. Human, yes, but different in amazing ways. Woman Eve, she’s beautiful, absolutely stunning,”

Satan was very jealous of woman, Greene told the attendees.

“Satan, known to be a fallen angel, he was known to be beautiful as well. That was the thing about him. And that’s what gave him all the pride within himself, is he wanted to be the most beautiful one.”

“That’s why Satan hates you,” according to Greene. “There’s another reason why Satan hates women, is because women can do something Satan cannot do, and he wants to be able to do… Satan cannot create life, but women can.”

There’s just a few GIGANTIC problems with what Greene said.

First of all, in Genesis it’s the woman, Eve, who first eats of the forbidden fruit and is therefore condemned to suffer terrible pain in childbirth and to be subservient to Adam, supposedly for all eternity. If anyone had reason to be jealous, it’s Eve.

Additionally, since the Bible also teaches us that Satan can take any form, why would he be the least bit jealous when all he has to do is possess a woman and give birth that way?

Lastly, Marge has been accused of adultery and is divorced. Based on the same scripture she cites, she should be receiving the harshest punishment available in the Old Testament. Is she cool with that, too?


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Lauren Boebert: There’s No Need To Use Birth Control – ‘It’s Cheaper To Have A Kid’

It’s been clear for quite some time now that Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) isn’t exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, but something she said during a House Oversight Committee hearing on the price of prescription drugs, the Colorado Republican uttered what may well go down in U.S. history as one of the dumbest things ever said by a member of Congress.

According to Boebert, “I left a prescription at a pharmacy once. I went to get birth control, and I was there at the counter and went to pay for it, and the price was very, very high. I said, wow, is this a three six-month prescription? ‘No, ma’am, this is one month.'”

“And I said, it’s cheaper to have a kid. And I left it there, and now I have my third son.”

Just for shits and giggles, let’s take Bobo’s bullshit comment and do a quick fact-check on it.

According to a 2022 Washington Post report, it costs about $17,000 a year to raise a child.

Raising a child is expensive. From the day your baby is born until the day they turn 18, your family will spend about $310,605 — or about $17,000 a year, according to a new Brookings Institution analysis of data from the U.S. Agriculture Department.

The exact amount will vary depending on how much you earn and where you live. Families in the urban Northeast typically spend the most, for example, while those in the urban Midwest and rural areas spend the least. And while families with lower incomes spend less overall, government studies show they devote a larger share of their budgets to their children.

The cost of birth control, on the other hand, can run as high as $2,000 a year, with Healthline noting, “It’s no secret that birth control is expensive. Whether you go with the pill, the ring, the patch, or another method, the cost of birth control can range up to $2,000 per year.”

Let’s see: $17,000 a year vs. $2,000 a year. That’s one hell of a difference, and it easily disproves Bobert’s moronic statement that she found it cheaper to raise a child than pay for birth control.

Twitter also had some mockery for Boebert.


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WATCH A Biden Administration Official Humiliate Lauren Boebert For Asking Dumb Questions

During a congressional hearing, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) once again proved just how unfit she is to be an elected representative while also burnishing her credentials as a complete imbecile.

White House Budget Director Shalanda Young was testifying when Boebert’s time to ask questions came and she let rip with this:

“How long will you be ceding the southern border to the cartels?”

Young politely pointed out that the Trump administration had recklessly diverted funds from the U.S. military to use for border control, which was a mistake:

“We are returning the billions of dollars that were taken from our men and women and troops in uniform for the southern border work. So this administration is returning Department of Defense money that bipartisan members decried.”

Boebert frantically told Young:

“Reclaiming my time! We’re not talking about the funding that was taken away. Right now, we are paying contractors to not build [the border wall]. I asked you how long will you be ceding the southern border to the cartels? That is my question to you, Director.”

Once more, Young calmly explained the situation to Boebert:

“Given the bipartisan concern, I thought it was important to highlight that. And to also highlight that we are moving away from an unsustainable border wall that has not worked to technology — as you pointed out…”

Boebert rudely interrupted:

“Reclaiming my time! I need you to answer the question that I’m asking you. This is my time. How long will you be ceding our southern border to the cartels?”

That’s when Young managed to completely shut down and humiliate Boebert by telling her:

“That’s not a question with an assumption I’m going to assume. So we can certainly talk about the reassessment of the border.”

All Boebert could do at that point was whine:

“My time is up!

If only Lauren Boebert’s time in the U.S. Congress was up, too. Voters in her district can rectify that in next year’s election.

Here’s the video of Lauren Boebert making a horse’s ass out of herself:


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Marjorie Taylor Greene Floats Her Plans For The Future: ‘Is It Possible I’ll Be VP?’

Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says that her political future may include being named as a running mate for Donald Trump or seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Greene was furious with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) for declaring that the 2020 election had been fairly decided and Trump had lost both the Peach State and the presidency.

“His message should have been against this, not arguing with President Trump about the election and making it about his own ego and pride over Georgia’s election,” Greene remarked. “That’s a bad statement, and I was very upset over it.”

When the topic turned to her plans for the future, Greene had this to say:

“I haven’t made up my mind whether I will do that or not. I have a lot of things to think about. Am I going to be a part of President Trump’s Cabinet if he wins? Is it possible that I’ll be VP?”

How’s that for a terrifying future scenario? Just imagine for a second the thought of Marjorie Taylor Greene being a heartbeat away from having control of the U.S. nuclear arsenal.

If you need a reason to vote like your life depends on it in 2024, look no further than the specter of Marjorie Taylor Greene in higher political office.