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What a week it was. The “man size” Kleenex story was a potential inclusion here, but since one of our FP writers ran the story in much better detail, I STILL managed to find seven inane, insane and crazy stories from our friends on the Left.
Loon of the Week
Sure to be a regular in the future here, and the future of the Democratic Party, the weirdly bug-eyed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night cryfest. Doing her best imitation of a valley girl or perhaps auditioning for a role in a future remake of Clueless, in three minutes of talking, she managed to use the word “like” 11 times, “yeah” an astonishing 20 times, and even trotted out “for sure” three times.
Prince Charming is a Rapist
According to Hollywood moonbat actress Kristin Bell in a recent interview in Parent magazine, she finds “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” problematic for children because the sleeping heroine is awoken by a kiss from Prince Charming. The problem is not that Snow White is apparently poisoned by an apple, or even that seven little dwarfs living in the forest seem to take a liking to our heroine. Instead, it is that unwanted kiss from a misogynist prince while Snow White lays in a poison-induced coma Bell finds troublesome. Strangely, Bell does not question what those seven lonely men may have done with Snow White while she laid unconscious. Personally, I think we need Diane Feinstein and Kamala Harris to demand an FBI investigation.
Speaking of Hollyweirdos
It seems that the Hollywood rage against Trump isn’t gaining much traction, so some have taken to attacking California Congressman Devin Nunes. As said so eloquently by Guns ‘n Roses frontman, Axl Rose, recently: “F*** Nunes!” By the way, Rose looks like the illegitimate love child of Sam Kinison and Ethel Merman. And he is not alone. Mark Hamill donated a whopping $300 to Nunes’ opponent. Jim Carrey has created an unflattering piece of art, while such has-beens as the creepy George Takei, Barbra Streisand, Rosie O’Donnell and Tatum O’Neal have also chimed in with derogatory…you guessed it- Tweets.
And Thanks Go Out to Taylor Swift
Swift, who largely stayed away from politics, recently entered the fray by endorsing Democratic candidate Phil Breseden for the open Senate seat in Tennessee. Invoking leftist talking points against Republican Marsha Blackburn involving LGBTQ+A whatever rights, since her October 8th endorsement, Blackburn has surged into the lead. Even more embarrassing is the fact Breseden was caught on tape admitting he is trying to appear more moderate than he actually is in order to grab votes. Suggestion for Ms. Swift: Shut up and sing.
Thou Shalt Not Support the Police
Executive director of the Allegheny County Democratic Party, Mark Salvas, was recently asked to resign over social media posts where he showed support for a police officer, expressed patriotism, and made the ultimate no-no in Democratic circles- expressed a Christian worldview. Seems the Democratic Party has a problem with the police, patriotism and Christianity.
Hurricane Michael Causes Al Gore to Surface Again
Nothing brings out the climate change alarmists like a good hurricane. Reacting to a UN report that warned of dire consequences should developed countries not become the equivalent of a poverty-stricken third world country, he said he warned the world years ago, apparently believing he is Nostradamus and predicting major hurricanes to strike the United States. He said that because Hurricane Michael intensified as it reached the coast- something that rarely happens- this was proof that his crystal ball was accurate after all.
Schumer Looks for Something…ANYTHING… Now to Rail About
Now that Chuck Schumer and his Democratic allies failed to derail the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, he has to look to something else and he found that something in Hurricane Michael. He recently took to the Senate floor to launch into a diatribe about the dangers of climate change and not doing anything. Well, you can’t fault a dolt for trying. Incidentally, climate change lands about at 8th place or lower among the concerns of voters.
That’s it for this week. Be sure to join me next Tuesday for another edition of the follies known as the culture wars.