Area Woman Declares Donald Trump Is Hobby Lobby’s Greatest Customer

Madame Twizzler wants us all to know that sentimental slob Hair Füror is an ardent scrapbooker:

Man, that was like witnessing Michelle Duggar trying to do Kegels exercises.

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8 Responses to Area Woman Declares Donald Trump Is Hobby Lobby’s Greatest Customer

  1. roket says:

    Argle Bargle. Please note: Hillary’s 30K missing emails were not a precedent. The precedent was set by Bush43 who lost 22MILLION of them. NEXT!

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  2. *FelineMama* says:

    Keep talking, lt, Keep talking !! We want to hear ALL about your Daddy in LawLessness !!

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Richard Portman says:

    Who is this no-account Lara Trump and why should we listen to her? Evidently she is the wife of Eric Trump. Bad choice. Thoughts and prayers.

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  4. DAstronomer says:

    Look, both Lara and Michelle have questionable lifestyles, but the misogyny is, well, not great.


    • Richard Portman says:

      It is not misogyny. Lara Trump decided to do this. She chose this identity. She did not have to marry Eric Trump, she did not have to be yet another political wife apologizing for her husband.
      It is something they have in their culture. She may be a victim. She can still leave. It is never too late. We have a world out here, where she can live. Without being a slave on Fox News.


      • DAstronomer says:

        A swing and a miss — the misogyny aspect is the joke about Michelle Duggar doing Kegel exercises, the joke being that she’s had so many kids that it would presumably be as painful or more to watch as the clip of Lara defending her future felon-in-law. Needless to say, the joke hinges on equating vaginal tightness to the word salad spouted in the clip, which is….not great. Picking another aspect, like the Duggars defending their son’s sex crimes against his sisters, would have avoided misogynistic overtones, but alas and oh well.


  5. MDavis says:



    Yeah, I’m seriously doubt that “going through them properly” was part of their job description here. Their job, as I understand it, was to go and retrieve, by the authority of the warrant, the documents and boxes that had been subpoenaed and that had not been forthcoming. They had their chance to go through the boxes and documents (more chance than I would have thought appropriate) and refused. Now they are whining because the agents are doing their job.
    Eff em.
    If they had gone to a normal kindergarten or day care they might have been taught the lesson that there are consequences for your actions. Or maybe they were taught but refused to actually learn it.
    Eff em.


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