Serving Suggestion From Utah

Don’t call me babycakes unless you mean it.

The q-spiracists have made it to Utah, the land of abundant and delicious white babies:

Provo • Utah County Attorney David Leavitt on Wednesday called for an outside investigation and the resignation of the county’s top law enforcement officer, saying Sheriff Mike Smith has dredged up outlandish allegations accusing the county attorney of “cannibalizing young children” and participating in a “ritualistic” sex ring…

…Leavitt and Smith have been at odds since the top prosecutor came into office in 2019, and the sheriff has endorsed challenger Jeff Gray in the county attorney’s race. The investigation, Smith said, has nothing to do with the election.

“This is not political,” he said. “This is something we take very, very seriously. This is some of the most egregious crimes that happen in our community, when our children are victimized at this level.”

I hope they find his emails, too, the bastard.

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2 Responses to Serving Suggestion From Utah

  1. Sheriff Mike Smith has dredged up outlandish allegations accusing the county attorney of “cannibalizing young children” and participating in a “ritualistic” sex ring…

    As one does in Utah…I did not know the Comet Ping Pong Pizza joint was a chain!

    The requirements for the basement sex dungeon and tunnel system must make it one of the more expensive franchises to purchase! Probably has a clause in the contract to buy a half-dozen fully stocked Wayfair cabinets, too!

    (back to reality, John Oliver did his show on the Subway franchising system and boy howdy! is it fucked up and shit! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDdYFhzVCDM There is a Korean soap opera that is essentially an ad for Subway, much like the old Saturday morning toy-based cartoons )

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  2. roket says:

    Is our Utah County Attorney David Leavitt projecting? It would be irresponsible not to speculate.

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