1. You know, Chris, keep doing things like this and “Fredo” likely to stick. Incredibly, CNN dim-bulb himbo Chris Cuomo tweeted,
What a stupid and unethical tweet! 1) The term “Trumper” is per se evidence of bias, in the same category as calling Republicans “Repugs.” 2) The tweet endorses the cynical and unethical progressive practice of recruiting children to be your mouthpieces (if anyone can find an example of Republicans doing this, please alert me), so you can attack any criticism as punching down at a child. Thunberg has presented her self as entitled to insult and impugn adults in adult fora, like the U.N. She has waived any special consideration, ethically and logically.
Best of all, however, Cuomo’s employer, CNN, just paid a legal settlement for falsely attacking teenager Nick Sandmann, as many Twitter users gleefully reminded him.
Surely he knew this.
Maybe Chris just didn’t understand it.
2. Speaking of idiots...Are the Democrats really going to nominate someone who says things like this out loud? Heeeere’s JOE!…speaking about “Dreamers” at a campaign event.
“These kids have come, they’ve done well, most of these kids … there’s a lot of them, and they’re not just Hispanic or Asian Pacific Islanders … and they, in fact, have done very, very well. In many cases, they’re more American than most Americans are because they have done well in school. They believe … the basic principles that we all share. I think they should be, in fact … put on a path to citizenship.”
What—the HELL—is Biden trying to say? That if you’re here illegally and “do very very well,’ whatever that means, then you’re in the clear? Did Joe really say that if a citizen doesn’t “do well in school” he or she are less American than illegal residents? Is he serious that an illegal alien who does well in school is “more American” than they are?
How about Mexican, Canadian and Mongolian students—does “doing well in school” make them good Americans too? Do illegal immigrants believe in core American principles like “obeying the law?” I don’t see any evidence of that.
3. What the heck was Billy Joel singing about?
The Colson Center’s Joseph Backholm had a great idea: go to the women’s march and see how feminists and LGBTQ supporters twisted themselves into Mobius Strip pretzels trying to define “what a woman is.” This is a hypocrisy and fanaticism revealing test on par with “It’s OK to be white.”
Colson got answers like,
- “That’s a trick question.”
- “I think a woman is anything that she wants to be defined as.”
- “She’s an individual.” (PUNT!)
- “Like, we’re selling uterus pins, but that doesn’t mean that if you have a uterus, you’re a woman, or if you don’t have one, you’re not a woman.’
- “I think a woman is someone who chooses to express themselves … can be in the feminine way but also can be in the non-binary way as well.” (Gibberish alert!)
- “A woman is love and strength and power.” (PUNT!)
- “A woman is anyone that identifies as a woman, simple as that.”
- “I think a woman is, like, if you identify as a woman. If you want to be a woman, then you’re a woman.”
Here’s the video:
These women were protesting the so-called gender pay gap, but if it is impossible to define what a woman is, the concept of a gender pay gap means nothing. Like cults, this kind of progressive gobbledygook depends upon people being unable to think critically, or perhaps at all….like, say, Chris Cuomo and Joe Biden.
4. Stacey Abrams is NOT a dim bulb, so an explanation of this is welcome. During a speech at the University of New England in Portland, Maine this week, Abrams said, “We have to stop re-litigating past elections and have to start planning for future elections.”
Wait, who are you really?
Since her 2018 loss to Republican Georgia governor Brian Kemp, Abrams has hardly shut up about how she was robbed. She still hasn’t conceded defeat. Her statement was the equivalent of nailing a flashing neon sign to her head that says, “I am a hypocrite.”
5. Oh, heck, let’s have a fun poll: