Eiron Shakes Her Head in Sorrow

All that glitters…

Eric (the spare and not the heir) Trump went on Fox News to tell us that the Slaughter in the Synagogue is NOT political:

Got that? When asked if this could be political…

“Listen, there might be, and there might not be. At the end of the day, this is a very sick, sick, deranged human … subhuman.”

One wonders if this ninny has ever looked up the history of the word subhuman.

Eiron, the goddess of Irony, just started sobbing.

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9 Responses to Eiron Shakes Her Head in Sorrow

  1. E.A. Blair says:

    “Listen, there might be, and there might not be. At the end of the day, this is a very sick, sick, deranged human … subhuman.”

    Enough about your father. What about the guy who shot up the synagogue?

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  2. RWW says:

    He already said that his father’s liberal critics aren’t even people so this wasn’t a big leap for him.

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  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    A political party screams about a fake ‘Soros-funded invasion caravan’, then some nut, claiming that a Jewish-backed invasion caravan is coming to kill white people, murders eleven Jewish people. Hell, yes, this is political!

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  4. donnah says:

    I just watched a few minutes of Face the Nation where John Dickerson was actually asking two Senators whether the president’s rhetoric hasn’t contributed to the violence. I expected the Republican to deny and gloss over it and he did, but then the Democrat said the lines for placing blame were blurry and I turned it off.

    The lines are not blurry. The lines are extra clear and they all point back to Trump and to Stephen Miller and all of the hatemongers and Nazi sympathizers in this administration. Jesus, people! Stop asking who we should blame! It’s obvious and it’s clear and we need to stop the hate being shoveled out by these monsters.

    I voted yesterday. I am taking my mom to her polling place next week. If we don’t tip the scales back in midterms, it’s going to be increasingly difficult to do it later.

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    • purplehead says:

      Which fucking mealy-mouthed Democratic Senator said the lines are blurry regarding Dotard’s inflammatory, treacherous speech? I could think of, oh, 40 or so.


  5. roket says:

    Forget the thoughts and prayers. Go with the death penalty. True colors are shining through.

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    • MDavis says:

      Who was that “eye for an eye” guy, who suggested that a mass murderer should be killed as many times as the people he killed?
      A quiet death penalty for this might be a good idea, reenforcing the idea that people were killed here, with an extra kick for hate crime. Martyrdom will be wrung out of it, though, in some circles. It could beat a ticker-tape parade, though.
      I am not typically pro-death penalty. But what else can you do here? Imprison him and there is the risk that he is released with full pardon and a medal of freedom. Who else wants a medal?


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