Bronco Bama to President Trump: “How hard can that be, saying that Nazis are bad?”
Answers from the Deplorables:
“How hard is it to say ‘Radical Islam’?”
“How hard is it to say, ‘I appointed a communist to head the CIA and also a communist energy czar, plus some others you don’t know about.’?”
“‘How hard was it to say the genocide in Syria was bad’? Obama fought the UN to prevent it being labeled genocide.”
Saint McCain had a cute line about Woodstock: “I was tied up at the time” referring to his POW days in North Viet Nam.
Likewise on the first moon landing I was too busy patrolling in South Viet Nam to notice much about it. But Hollyweird’s excising of the planting of the American flag from its new movie about the event is pathetic.
As Twitter user Stephen Miller said we should be grateful they didn’t have Neil Armstrong take a knee.
Gay Patriot (whose blog has closed down) on Twitter: “I don’t like an America that makes demigods out of our politicians.”
Especially shallow, class-less, vindictive Saint McCain.
So perfect that the crooked groper Biden eulogized him.
Via Gay Patriot
Reasonably so, yes, in the headline news segment of its app. Not the Alex Jones commentary which, of course, is commentary. The app is, curiously, still available at the Apple app store. I downloaded it to my phone in the interest of promoting free speech. You should try it, too.
Meanwhile, Twitter’s CEO says they haven’t deleted InfoWars and won’t until they see a violation of their service agreement. Which, alas, isn’t defined.
But of course. These Mediacrats are thin-skinned about their narrative. You can’t be free to say what you please about them. Not even at the Newseum. The very definition of Fake News.
UPDATE: Nevermind the 1A. The Newseum has caved: “The Newseum has removed the ‘You Are Very Fake News’ t-shirts from the gift shop and online. We made a mistake and we apologize. A free press is an essential part of our democracy and journalists are not the enemy of the people.”
Well, some of them, like the fulltime liars at CNN and the NYT, certainly are.
Via Jenn Imperato on Twitter
With a “high-capacity magazine,” no less.
A wheel gun with a magazine, huh? Too funny. And very stoopid.