Quote of the Night Last Night, Today!

Hair Füror last night campaigning for [checks notes] fellow grifters Loeffler and Perdue:

“I hope Mike Pence comes through for us … He’s a great guy. ‘Course, if he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him quite as much.”

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4 Responses to Quote of the Night Last Night, Today!

  1. Tomorrow is gonna be a “clowns throwing shit pies” show in Congress…and the next two years in red states will be a staggeringly open and racist exercise in re-establishing Jim Crow on a national level. I’ll wager that by the time they’re done, Atlanta will have one polling place for all elections. And it’ll be in beautiful downtown [consults map] Nahunta Georgia, next to the Piggly Wiggly Grocery store, and open from 7 AM to 7:01 AM on election day.

    And John Roberts is just fine with that so long as they don’t actually say “This is to prevent Black people from voting”

    Because the intent of the Voting Rights Act was to make voting a Right thing only.

    It’s right there in the name, people!

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  2. donnah says:

    These numbnuts have convinced themselves by the process of repetition that Pence has a miracle Get Trump Re-Elected Card in his back pocket. They somehow twisted some law or rule into a potential stopgap block to certification. It’s more shameful than it is funny, and it’s extremely dangerous for them to challenge the certification, as it damages our confidence in the democratic process.

    They’re not patriots. They’re criminals.

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    • Trump was raised to believe in Norman Vincent Peale’s “The Power of Positive Thinking” which is merely a palatable-for-polite-normie-society 1950’s version of the modern “The Secret” woo-woo.

      It’s nothing more than a cargo-cult ritual; one might even say pagan, although it’s the foundation of the Prosperity gospel…

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      • Dennis Cole says:

        BDR – besides, as well, there was Napolean Hill, with Think and Grow Rich, and Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People.

        I much preferred the John Birch Manifesto.

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