Libtards To Be Totally Pwn’ed Today

Keep on fappin’

Hey guys, remember the convoy driving to DC to protest against the federal pandemic mandates (that don’t actually exist? And I might add wistfully “if only!”) – it’s heading to the beltway today:

[M]embers of a truck convoy were seen leaving Hagerstown, Maryland, Sunday morning and organizers say they’re planning to drive around the Capital Beltway to protest COVID-19 mandates.

“Beltway here we come,” the group said in a Facebook post. A long line of vehicles is departing from the Hagerstown Speedway and driving in one lane of Interstate 81.

Organizers say the People’s Convoy group plans to drive onto the Capital Beltway/Interstate 495 on Sunday morning, circle the interstate twice then return to Hagerstown…

…The group said it will travel along Route 40, Interstate 81 south, Interstate 70 east and Interstate 270 south to reach the Beltway.

Because everyone knows that inconveniencing people on a Sunday is a winning strategy, and giving everyone your route ahead of time is, uh… brilliant?

Wasting fuel driving around to protest something that doesn’t exist, that’ll totally pwn the libtards!

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11 Responses to Libtards To Be Totally Pwn’ed Today

  1. Fucking ‘ell, I’m a little surprised they’re not announcing that they’ll be rolling coal the whole time. And do they plan on doing it in all lanes? Because I can see the Maryland and Virginia staties doing their ticket-writing hand warmups now.

    Have fun paying your next insurance bill, yah hosers!

    (note, they’ll probably blame Biden for that too)

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    • MDavis says:

      It’s state-by-state, so, yeah, totally Biden’s fault, just like rising gas prices and worldwide inflation. Also, racism because Biden was a senator back in the day when policies seen as racist today were an improvement over what was in place then and he had the gall to vote for them!(riffing, here, I don’t really know what all Biden voted for during his (checks Wikipedia) 36 years as a U.S. senator. But Biden has shown he is capable of learning stuff, so I’m pretty sure some votes during that time won’t have held up well to societal changes since then.)

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    • H-Bob says:

      Wasting fuel driving around to protest high gas prices, that’ll also totally pwn the libtards!

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  2. roket says:

    This would have made a great Seinfield episode since it also was a show about nothing.

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  3. The pointless fuel wasting gesture makes about as much sense as dumping Russian vodka that’s already been purchased.

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    • MDavis says:

      It can serve as a demo of how to deal with states passing laws that protesters blocking traffic can be run down without penalty to the run-downers.
      Just drive a big truck. It doesn’t have to be a tractor/trailer rig, just a big truck. Load the bed up with something nasty (but legal) if you want to put any attackers at risk. Just let the lege try to make it illegal, in a rural or farming area, to haul manure around. Gotta fertilize the fields somehow, right?


  4. Martin Pollard says:

    I know that I feel totally owned. Gonna have to lie down and take a nap to recover from all this ownage. Might even have to call in sick the next few days.

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  5. Aurora Silvermane says:

    According to local news (yes, I am a local, and sadly, used to live in Hagerstown), they’re not showing:

    This part was pure gold:

    “Bowles said that, outside of the general sentiment of ending COVID-related mandates, she saw [b]signs supporting “pro life[/b], pro military [and] pro Trump” positions.

    “John Deitzel from York, Pennsylvania, said [b]he supports the convoy because he doesn’t want a select group of people making medical decisions for everyone else.[/b]”

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    • MDavis says:

      I kinda liked the part where the reporter tossed in an aside that they were protesting mandates that have already been lifted. Other than that there was little to no pushback on this group’s messaging.


    • spotthedog says:

      Maybe John Deitzel from York, Pennsylvania should get some random guy in a MAGA hat carrying a Confederate flag to check his prostate.


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