Democrats, behold your perfect candidate!
Bruce Jenner recently got his meat-and-potatoes diced, which he apparently feels unencumbers him enough to qualify for public office.
And while I know reality TV is the new standard for choosing political candidates, Jenner feels his mental confusion makes him a more appealing choice for political work.
Appearing on “CNN Tonight” with Don Lemon, Jenner said:
“Yes, I would have to look, over the next year or two, look and see, can I do a better job on the outside or am I in a position now that I can do a better job for my community on the inside,” Jenner told host Don Lemon on Tuesday on “CNN Tonight,” referring to her foundation as another option for remaining involved.
“And if that’s the case, if I find us on the inside, I would seriously look at it,” she said, referring to public office.
Jenner was so starved for attention after being emasculated by the fangs of that den of Kardashian harpies, that he went to great lengths to find a group to identify with. Sadly, the only place he could find was a community that required he mutilate himself.
Interestingly enough, Jenner considers himself a Republican, and even voted for Donald Trump (who also oddly identifies as a Republican).
“My loyalties are not with Donald Trump. I will come after him and come after Republicans if they come after my community,” said Jenner. ”I’ve got a voice and they better listen, okay? I will come after them.”
Something about that reminds me of a “Portlandia” episode.
The transgender issue is not a new one, but it’s one where Jenner thought he could capitalize, so he’s appointed himself the protector of the tuck-and-snip clan.
Still, as scary looking as Jenner is, these days, Trump isn’t worried about him. Jenner revealed that Trump has recently asked him to go golfing with him.
“If I was publicly seen with him, my community would go nuts,” Jenner told Lemon.
Jenner is playing a role. I’ve never heard more fake, staged rhetoric in my life.
In fact, he has all the sincerity of one of Hillary Clinton’s forced accents in black churches (“I don’t feel no ways tard.”), with only half of Clinton’s warmth.
Yes, Jenner may say he’s a Republican, but he also says he’s a woman.
Politicos shouldn’t dismiss him, however. Identity politics have always been a liberal Democrat thing, but in this new age of politics, where people can get elected for the most preposterous, nonsensical reasons, it’s not far-fetched to consider a time when identity politics may become a Republican thing, as well.
— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) April 26, 2017