posted on Oct, 1 2019 @ 08:22 PM
a reply to: gallop
It's true. Especially on an ad-run/focused mediumlike "the news." It's fun to point and laugh at it. As a lifelong liberal guy I especially enjoy it
when its other local libs or progressives. The crowd that gathered last year at Corey Gardner's office to stand around screaming for one full minute
was hilarious. It's like they actually believed they were the wandering tribe and Gardners POV on the NRA and gun control was the walls of Jericho. I
still can't drive by there without giggling uncontrollably.
The framing on this one is pretty funny too, considering Jussy's response. Oh brother! It's cringe meme rising with this guy. Yes, I am aware that
saying so makes me a nazi. Point is I love it when it's a right-wing F-boi celebritard too. Joe Biden used his influence to try to draw scrutiny of
his son's business dealings in Ukraine, because -- of course he did.
I just wish that both the DNC and the RNC (and by extension, their horrible little fans) would come clean and admit that they are both part of a
secret world wrestling franchise because too many real people on both sides of the puppet show are pointing at their memes this week and thinking a
new "civil war" is inevitable. Those people need to be reminded that this is wrasslin' weer talking about here because if they take it too seriously,
they could end up killing someone over holiday dinner, and that's just sad.
None of this is that real, folks. Making us afraid that we can't tell the difference between their sport and our lives is a dangerous game that leads
to a lot of people getting killed over nonsense none of our heroes even believe in. They are laughing behind our backs while playing a round of golf
with their political enemies, talking about their wives and asking each other for a recommendation to a good private school for their own kids. The
only thing neither side will ever threaten is their own status quo. No one is allowed to openly question this system.