The Stupidest Man In The Senate Speaks!

“I’d like to make 3 points…”

🎵 Clowns to the left of me,
Jokers to the right… 🎶

Besieged on all sides, Ron Johnson says his probe ‘would certainly’ help Trump win reelection

“Sen. Ron Johnson this week said his probe of Obama-era intelligence agencies would help President Donald Trump win reelection, igniting fury from Democrats who say it was an explicit admission he’s using his committee to damage Joe Biden’s candidacy for president.

“‘The more that we expose of the corruption of the transition process between Obama and Trump, the more we expose of the corruption within those agencies, I would think it would certainly help Donald Trump win reelection and certainly be pretty good, I would say, evidence about not voting for Vice President Biden,’ Johnson said in a little-noticed Tuesday interview with Minneapolis-based radio hosts Jon Justice and Drew Lee.

“Democrats compared the remark to comments made in 2015 by House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy, who boasted that the Republican-led Benghazi investigation was successful because it had helped tank Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers. Facing sharp criticism, McCarthy later walked back those comments.”

Honest-to-Dawg, are all the idiots saying the quiet parts out loud to the press? Is this a new fad, or does the American Psychiatric Association need to update the DSM  for Republicanism?

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12 Responses to The Stupidest Man In The Senate Speaks!

  1. Czippie L'Shimp says:

    While not in the DSM, Right Wing Authoritarianism (RWA) is a well documented pathology, and is often sprinkled with Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) for added spice. It is generally accepted that RWA exists in about 26% of the population worldwide, and predetermines those individuals to accept, or seek out authoritarian leadership. This would explain the unshakable base for “conservatives” worldwide, and rest assured, their handlers know this very well.

    The research on those who seek authoritarian leadership is mixed – some display RWA themselves, but it would appear that most tend toward more dysfunctional anti-social behavior (think sociopathy, – psychopathy).

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    TSMitS award is one that vacillates from Ron to Tom (Cotton,) to miz Lyndsey, almost on a regular basis, with minor, meandering excursions to such folk as Devin (don’t forget the cow,) and Kevin (McC), sort of like a tourist bus schedule that makes surprise stops and side visits occasionally, to the delight of the passengers. (Yeah, right.)

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  3. MDavis says:

    This is a disturbing development. The confidence level they have, the support that has been put in place for them, very disturbing. Are they as safe as they think they are?

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  4. Honest-to-Dawg, are all the idiots saying the quiet parts out loud to the press?


    They ARE gonna indict Biden come October; this is what all this shithead and fuckwad Barr are working towards.

    If we manage to eke this one out, NO MERCY, NO QUARTER. Traitors like Rojo and Barr NEED to be held to account for their crimes. None of this “we must look forward, not back: bullshit this time.

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  5. ali redford says:

    Yes, yes, and yes.

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  6. roket says:

    Now that the yutes of today are washing the virus over us I expect the GOP to change their tune about mail-in voting. Especially when they realize us libs have figured out that you can drop off your ballot instead of using snail mail. Woe to the republicans.


  7. I hate that he is my Senator.


  8. laura says:

    All this criming in plain sight better lead to the Biden justice department spending all the hours and all the grand juries to prepare for the mother of American Nuremberg Trials.


    • purplehead says:

      That’s why I want Katie Porter to be AG. Pretty please! She is smart and fearless and prepared.


      • Czippie L'Shimp says:

        I enthusiastically second your nomination of Katie Porter. Though I would like to see her as our Senator soon, AG is a great segue to that. I’m proud to say that Congressperson Porter represents my community, I also recognize that she is unlikely to be doing so for very long (Yes, we’re stupid by and large). Thus this, or any other pathway to long term service will be heartily endorsed. She is a wonderful, brilliant, empathetic and energetic person.


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