Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Just another day in the land of the stupid

 In just a few minutes, Citizen Pampers is holding a press conference where he intends to announce he's suing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and his Facebook counterpart, Mark Zuckerberg, alleging censorship simply because America's Oldest Baby has been banned from both platforms. He's eligible to return to Facebook in January 2023, but that's not good enough for the Orange Onion.

"WAAAHHHH! I've been censored! WAAAAHHHH!"

Actually, no you haven't, Dumb Donald. You abused your privileges on those platforms, just like any other user. 

Former WWE CEO Linda McMahon, who knows a thing or three about dealing with the mentally ill, since husband Vince put on the act of being an insane demagogue for a few years, will be at the presser as well.
Empty-G was at it again on Tuesday.

Marjorie Taylor Greene, who apologized last month for comparing COVID face mask policies to the Holocaust of World War II, tweeted that the Biden administration's heavy push to vaccinate everyone in the country was being handled by "medical brown shirts".

I'd be interested in finding out if Empty-G could ever pass an IQ test against a box of hammers.
On his garbage hour on Fox Shmooze Tuesday night, Tabloid Carlson made some lame suggestions, as usual.

This time, he pushed the idea that cameras should be installed in classrooms to ensure that teachers don't use "critical race theory" as part of their curriculum. I doubt very seriously that Carlson even knows what he's talking about, but then, since his core audience is one flight above a box of hammers, well.....! He also accused Missouri Rep. Cori Bush of being "stupid".

Projecting much?

Ms. Bush has also been a registered nurse and an ordained pastor while Carlson, a trust fund baby whose education was probably centered at Toys 'R' Us as a child, blows hot air that could be sold at a balloon stand at a discount. So much for being "stupid". We reached out to his press secretary for a comment:

"No comment at this time." 

What a surprise.

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