Dumbest Dum-Dum in Senate Has Dumb Idea

“I’d like to make 3 points…”

And here we are again

Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, has invited former independent counsel Ken Starr and attorneys in key battleground states to testify at a controversial hearing next week where he plans to probe the 2020 election that President-elect Joe Biden won.”

It seems like every couple of years someone in the Sedition Party brings Ken Starr out of the crypt to get his very learned opinion about rat-eff’ing. But you know, trust Starr: he’s an expert.

“…Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican who has not yet said if he’ll run for reelection in 2022, says his hearing is geared at “trying to restore confidence in the system” and says it is he who is “trying to debunk” questions about “suspicious activities” that occurred in the elections.

Oddly, no one will say what those suspicious activities are, that’s how suspicious they are!

“He also says the hearings will help him decide whether to join House Republicans to challenge the electoral results on the floor in January, as he’s met with one of those conservatives — Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan — to help prepare for next week’s hearing.”

Wait. What? He’s holding a hearing to help himself decide to pull a stunt with Jim Jordan? But wait! There’s more stupid to come:

“And then my next step is, I’m gonna try to debunk it,” Johnson said. “I’m going to say, ‘OK, so how do you explain this.’ Oh, there’s a reasonable explanation.”

To quote history’s greatest reporter, Bill-O, you cannot explain that.

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15 Responses to Dumbest Dum-Dum in Senate Has Dumb Idea

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  2. donnah says:

    I’m exhausted by this crap. It is absurd that this has gone on this long. It’s a shitshow that needs to be shut down. The trials have shown no fraud, the voters have spoken, and Republicans need to STFU and hand over the reins to Biden and his administration.

    We know that this prolonged nonsense is designed to keep donations rolling in for Trump, it keeps his clown face on the front page, and it throws red meat to his cult. But it’s divisive, dangerous, and a huge waste of time. Our democracy has been under assault for more than four years and we need to get these thugs out of the way.

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    • ali redford says:

      It’s probably important to note that we the people pay for at least a great deal of these stunts; I’d sure rather spend those dollars to feed people and to make sure the vaccinations we all await arrive safely, and in sufficient amounts.

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    • We know that this prolonged nonsense is designed to keep donations rolling in for Trump, it keeps his clown face on the front page, and it throws red meat to his cult.

      It is explicitly designed to attach a permanent whiff of illegitimacy to the Biden presidency, exactly like the birtherism was intended for Obama’s presidency: they’re trying to stick an asterisk on the whole thing.

      That is helps re-inforce that Biden only barely scraped his way in (which I’m hearing from left AND right, oh noes the dims in disarray!) instead of the historically large margin he won with; beating the incumbent running for re-election with more of the vote than anyone since FDR. (And the other time a D beat an R incumbent was 1992, when Clinton got a lot of help from a strong third party run by Ross Perot)

      (fer Dawg’s sake, HE FUCKING WON ARIZONA. ARIZONA hasn’t gone for a Democrat since 1996, and this is only the second time since 1948!)

      But the Villager Conventional Wisdom will be that Biden did not get any sort of mandate from the voters, that he has to kowtow unconditionally surrender ‘compromise’ with the MAGAt’s by abandoning all Democratic principles and throwing the Dem base under the bus forthwith…

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    When, oh when are they gonna investigate KY and SC? We should NOT have to keep enduring Moscow Mitch and Miz Lindsey. And there’s gotta be some way MM can be fired’ed, for not doing his job.

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    • purplehead says:

      Kentucky—the original real Kentucky none of that Pennsyltucky stuff the real deal—had a chance to fire that motherfucker, and didn’t. The Dem Party didn’t help much, running a meh candidate.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

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    • Has the wrong flag attached to it’s tail, pretty sure their standard is now the Traitor’s Rag.

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      • Sirius Lunacy says:

        Around here it’s usually a huuuuge American flag alongside a huuuuge Trump flag. Most often flying from the bed of a large jacked up pickup truck. Knocking a few more mpg off of their already abysmal fuel efficiency.

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      • MDavis says:

        That is the correct spot for that flag, seeing as the GOP is now, erm, shitting all over it and propeller-ing the resulting effluvia everywhere.

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    • spotthedog says:

      A Rightie would see that cartoon and think “Yeah!”, the word democracy bothers them due to its similarity to Democrat.

      In my part of the world the flag wavers are typically displaying a set of 3; US, Confederate, and tRump.

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  5. spotthedog says:

    Ken Starr is their link to, and reminder of, the good ol’ days when they like to think they had moral superiority; when p***y grabbing was an impeachable offense.

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  6. beckymaenot says:

    I too am so very tired of this shit. It’s why I have been slow to comment and not commenting much when I do. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck. Ok- Im going back off line. It’s not that I don’t love you guys- but I just can’t with this shit today. Maybe tomorrow when 45 finally understands he is out on his ass. But til then- you all have my love.

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