One Lump of Stupid or Two, Rep. Cawthorn?

THE CAPTION: “Vacation house of the Fuhrer. Seeing the Eagles Nest has been on my bucket list for a while, it did not disappoint. Strange to hear so many laughs and share such a good time with my brother where only 79 years ago a supreme evil shared laughs and good times with his compatriots.”

The Eagles Nest gift shop habitué Rep. Madison Cawthorn is calling for the 25th Amendment to be invoked to remove President Handsome Joe Biden, you know, because he must be incompetent.

It did not go well:

It’s not the case that everyone who is home-schooled is a drooling idiot, but it is the case that Madison Cawthorn is both a drooling idiot and a home-schooled enthusiast of the 3rd Reich.

(H/T eagle-eyed Scissorhead M Davis)

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9 Responses to One Lump of Stupid or Two, Rep. Cawthorn?

  1. Redhand says:

    Springtime for Hitler, huh? What an asshole.

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    • tengrain says:

      Hitlerjugend Cawthorn did not hire any legislative aids; his entire staff is comms people, and this is an example of the result.



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  2. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Mad Caw is a disease.

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  3. sos says:

    Dude needs a free lunch

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  4. E.A. Blair says:

    He didn’t sign his actual name to that letter. His real name is David M. Cawthorn. He probably uses “Madison” because it sounds snootier.

    It’s obvious he didn’t write that letter – except maybe for the quote from Treasure Island. Hoemskuled RepubliQan kids just can’t write like that.

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  5. roket says:

    Too bad this kid wasn’t around to see Raygun perform.

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  6. Bruce388 says:

    There’s nothing wrong with Maddie that some horse de-wormer couldn’t fix.


  7. CalicoJack says:

    Howdy y’all!

    I had no interest in reading Mad Cow’s letter to VP Kamela Harris — don’t these people use a spell checker? — until I saw that it quoted “Treasure Island.” I thought maybe there was a pithy line from the novel read in his boyhood that stuck with him that he used. No he used an unintroduced dialogue that made no attempt to explain its connection to the rest of the letter. A dialogue quoting Mr. Smollet begging a crew member to join him after the mutiny.

    Which role does Mad Cow think Harris is playing? Certainly everyone who ever fantasized about being in “Treasure Island” imagined themselves playing Jim, right? Wouldn’t Harris want to be Jim, but Jim isn’t even in the scene. Maybe Mad Cow didn’t include a scene with Jim because he knew Harris would fight him for the role and there was no way he a poor privileged white child could best a ghettoed black child? I’m just not following the plot here.



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