Because We Love A Good Correction


Pride of Tennessee, Professional Liar Marsha Blackburn


Staff of U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn says she misspoke by calling Biden ‘president-elect’

U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, a stalwart supporter of President Donald Trump, on Friday referred to Joe Biden as the country’s “president-elect,” a comment her staff later said was a mistake…

“I have not spoken with the president-elect,” Blackburn said. “We did have the vice president come to the floor, the vice president-elect come to the floor this week to cast a vote. I was presiding at the time. Didn’t get to speak with her.”

Blackburn’s office really issued a correction for rightfully calling Handsome Joe Biden the President-elect? I’ve read that the White House Staff will not say “President-Elect” around our toddler-in-chief out of fear of a tantrum and summary You’re Fired’ing, but a Senator?


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11 Responses to Because We Love A Good Correction

  1. Martin Pollard says:

    Marsha Blackburn, yet another Profile In (Lack Of) Courage™.

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  2. This is the true danger that trumps coup attempt is creating. Sowing doubt far and wide.

    Going forward it will be recieved wisdom that Biden somehow cheated his way to barely eking out a win; certainly nowhere near enough to have any sort of ‘mandate’ from the voters.

    The ENTIRE GOP top to bottom is complicit in this. A third of our country’s eligible voters believe this. I can only hope that any realists in the Biden administration are paying fucking attention because ‘bipartisanship’ is not a suicide pact…

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    • MDavis says:

      When (If) the desperately needed lawsuits start against all the felonies and criminal behavior, this storyline will be what drives the LDN faithful into the streets to protest and wave their armament around in a threatening manner.
      I hope that little prediction doesn’t stop the desperately needed investigations. Caving would be negotiating with terrorists and hostage takers.


  3. roket says:

    It’s like the Monty Python skits are writing themselves.

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  4. Dennis Cole says:

    If it wasn’t so unjustified, angryfying and just plain unsettling, it would be rather sad, to observe someone in such a deep state of denial. How do these people function in daily life? They must have enough lackeys to do their bidding, and act on their every whim, to remain insulated, cocooned, or embubbled (sp chk didn’t even blink at that one,) to such a degree.

    And I would like to propose a new definition of Insanity: Counting the same votes over and over, expecting different results.


  5. julesmomcat says:

    MB does NOT represent us THINKING Tennesseans!

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  6. Infidel753 says:

    Republican senators easily out-coward even the lowliest staffer. How often have any of them stood up to Trump or to any of his outrages over the whole last four years?

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  7. FELINE MAMA says:

    So staff fears Bunker Baby will have a trumph tantrum, or of getting fired!!!???? Really? So lying is an employment necessary requirement. Even if it isn’t lying?!? You all must have so much pride. And, so, being fired from Liar in Chief is a BAD thing? And so WTF does it matter if THE Orange Freak has a tantrum. !? Afraid of tweets? WOW!!!!

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    • MDavis says:

      I suspect that part of the vetting process for prospective staffers involve checking for a certain kind of abusive upbringing. Evangelists appear to have a pretty good record of training their kids to agree to anything daddy wants, deny any of his wrongdoing and be terrified of upsetting daddy. Goes with the patriarchal religion.


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