Our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters are now scolding us for referring to the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago as a raid. We’re not supposed to call it a raid. Which means, of course, it was definitely a raid.
We still don’t know what they were looking for during this raid. Or do we?
Nuclear documents? What, like launch codes? Schematics? Locations? What are we talking about here?
What did they think the guy was going to do with this stuff? Is any of it even current? Don’t they change the launch codes every day? And nobody missed these documents for 18 months? What’s the danger here?
Call me a RINO cuck turncoat all you want, but I don’t trust the government, no matter who’s running it. I had to learn that the hard way when the State Department crippled me for life and then lied their asses off about it. That’s what bureaucracies do. They protect themselves at all costs, and the truth is the first thing to go by the wayside.
Sounds like that’s what’s happening here. They really screwed up this time, and now they’re panicking.
It’s been seven years since You-Know-Who rode down that escalator and threw his hat into the ring, and the Democrats have learned absolutely nothing. The more they try to hurt this guy, the more they end up helping him. Now they’re galvanizing the right behind him. Even traitors like me, who think 1/6 was bad and probably wanted Hillary to win, are incredulous that they’re abusing their power like this.
It’s already backfiring, but at least the libs can still air out their bloodthirsty fantasies:
They really do believe that’s what he did. They really do believe that’s what will happen to him. Or at least they’re willing to pander to their insane followers on social media.
I’m just really, really, really, really tired.
Breaking news at this hour:
It’s been over 30 years, but a fatwa is forever. Now get ready for the “Muslims Fear Backlash” stories.
Good news, everyone: Twitter is protecting the integrity of our elections.
And I know just where Twitter can start repairing civic integrity:
Did somebody say “misleading claims that may undermine public confidence in election outcomes”?
I’m sure Twitter will do something about this blatant disregard for the truth. The rules apply to everybody, even their own comrades. Right?
Listen up, peasants:
It’s as simple as that. Just spend a year’s salary or more to buy a toy car you need to charge up every few dozen miles. Stop whining, you commoners!
Have you heard about this? Did you know about the Fauci effect?
That’s not the Fauci effect I’ve seen. In the real world, the Fauci effect is when you’re too short to reach a doorknob and you lie about everything.
Okay, so Fauci is insane, right? Sane people don’t say things like this. He sounds just like... well, you know.
This is nicely done:
Part of me is repulsed by those two. Another part of me is like: “Awwwww!”
I’ve been wracking my brain(s) to predict what will happen on the final episode of Better Call Saul, and I have no idea. It does seem unlikely that Jimmy and Kim are ever, ever, ever getting back together. But who knows? Somehow, this show keeps going in directions nobody predicted, yet it all makes sense in retrospect. The characters behave in ways that have been well established. And it’s well established that both Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler are insane.
We know Bryan Cranston will make one last appearance, so presumably we’ll get another flashback that will inform Gene’s actions years later. The Breaking Bad cameos have been surprisingly effective so far, and now they just need to stick the landing.
The writers are promising that this won’t be like any series finale we’ve ever seen, so presumably Kim won’t write “GOODBYE” with rocks on the ground as Gene flies off in a helicopter:
And Gene won’t wake up in bed next to his real wife, Janeane Garofalo:
I can’t wait to find out. And you can’t wait for me to shut up about it already!
Today’s DALL·E Robot Art
What I typed in: “Incredible Hulk hosting a cooking show”
What DALL·E spit out:
I’ve heard of muscle shirts, but this is ridiculous.
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“There’s no reason you have to pay $4 or $5 for gasoline when you can have an all electric vehicle.”
"There's no reason you have to pay $65,000 for an electric car when you can have an all gas-powered vehicle."
See? It sounds just as dumb that way, too.
"And Gene won’t wake up in bed next to his real wife, Janeane Garofalo"
I don't know how old you have to be to remember, the last episode Newhart with him waking up with Suzanne Pleshette beside him, "I just had this crazy dream..."
That was ingenious.