Your Claim Chowder Is Served, Rick Wiles!

Hey guys remember last week when we told you about theocrat Rick Wiles prophesizing the violent overthrow of the Fourth Reich and the beheading of Prznint Stupid on the White House lawn?

You know, this:

Well, that 72 hours has passed us by and though it is hard to tell, Comrade Trump seems to have his empty mango-hued head still on his shoulders.

(Hat tip: Scissorhead Rocket reminded us to check)

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6 Responses to Your Claim Chowder Is Served, Rick Wiles!

  1. Jim says:

    I thought theocrats loved the mango-hued shitgibbon. Or is this the usual over-the-top, attention seeking ranting that wingnuts find so irresistible?

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  2. moeman says:

    If by ‘on his shoulders’ you mean ‘up his ass’, then yes.

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  3. ming says:

    And I thought that this was just my fantasy.

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  4. Art says:

    According to their own rulebook false prophets are supposed to be stoned to death. It is an opportunity for evangelicals to increase their standing in my estimation. The rule says he gets stones and they simply do it. I can respect that when dealing with their own.

    Hell … I’d settle for him standing on the courthouse steps and lighting up a joint. I guess this liberal is getting soft in his old age.

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  5. Well, you have to understand it’s 72 “Prophesy Hours” and those are extremely difficult to calculate properly!

    You have to multiply by 35 cubits, convert to hectares per fortnight, times the square root of Tennesee-legislated pi; then add the highest prime number in the average number of feathers in Renaissance paintings of Archangel Michael’s wings, then decode the numerological clues in all the odd-numbered verses in the Book of Two Corinthians (walk into a bar). mulitply them together and subtract.

    Times 60, because of course those calculations actually result in minutes.

    Oh, I forgot to mention: it’s all done in Base 12. so to start with, 72 is really 86 decimal Prophesy Hours.

    Complicated stuff, really, so I’m not surprised our unsophisticated minds cannot grasp the concept

    After all if Truth == !Truth, then thereby, ipso facto, ad homina-homina-homina, et Al Bundy, Time == !Time , so merely counting 72 hours from the moment he said “72 hours from now” is just wrongness fractalized, and a hopelessly naive way of looking at it.

    Why yes, I HAVE been trying to chase down weird logic bugs in a program today, why do you ask?

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  6. Kent Fossgreen says:

    OK, he missed it this time, but he’ll totally get the next one right.

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