Quick! Time for all my fellow supporters of the Second Amendment (and heavily armed, I might add) to soil themselves in regards to threats of physical violence from a self-admitted “gender-variant” confused individual known to the world as “Emily” Gorcenski. Sarcasm, off.
As noted by American Thinker reporter Rick Moran, keep a sharp-eye opened for a Y-chromosome individual (obviously was born with outdoor plumbing) who goes by the nom de Twitter of Emily G.
This individual also happens to be calling for violence if and when Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the SCOTUS by the US Senate.
“If we want to talk about flatulence at age 16 on a yearbook page, I’m game.”– Judge Brett Kavanaugh
Is it just me, or does the junior senator from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations speak with more than just a bit of a lisp?
Anyhow, one thing I’m absolutely sure of is this – Sen Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) has his mind firmly in the gutter.
Case in point: As the senator grilled Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s comments made in the judge’s nearly 40-decates-old high school yearbook, Whitehouse asked for the definitions of the slang terms and inside jokes that were published in the aforementioned book of memories.
A handful of screamingly obvious holes in this public crucifixion of Judge Brett Kavanaugh;
Did a US Senator REALLY bring up 16-year-old boys farting… at the Senate Judicial Hearing?
Am I honestly expected to believe that someone who has a doctorate in psychology doesn’t understand the intricacies figuring out a GoFundMe account?
Am I honestly expected to believe that someone who has a doctorate in psychology has a self-admitted “fear of flying,” but has not much of a problem flying on a number of occasions to various South Pacific vacation hotspots?
Am I honestly expected to believe that someone who has a doctorate in psychology hasn’t have a clue how to contact her elected federal legislators?
Am I honestly expected to believe that someone who has a doctorate in psychology doesn’t know the wherefores and whys of who ponied up for her polygraph?
I’m sure every objective person reading this will also ask the same.
In a breaking turn on an already twisty road, the New York Post is reporting that two yet-to-be publicly identified men have notified yet-to-be publicly identified members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, that it was they that supposedly sexually assaulted Stanford professor Christine Blasey Ford well over three decades ago.
As noted by NY Post reporter Joe Tacopino, “Republicans on the committee released a timeline of events late Wednesday, which included details about their interactions with the two men who admitted to the attacks.”
Does the Senator from the Blue Hen State realize that his current job position calls for him to be the crafter of federal law?
I can’t help but believe that not only does Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) not only fail to understand the gravity of his station in life, this moron doesn’t understand the basics of American jurisprudence. Suffice it to say that I don’t give a rat’s ass that he’s a graduate of Yale Law.
But then again, it’s fairly obvious that Coons doesn’t really give a rat’s ass of his vaunted law degree, either.