Barack Obama, former, and greatest, president of my lifetime, gave a speech to 2020 graduates at the Graduate Together: High School Class of 2020 Commencement broadcast:
“This pandemic has shaken up the status quo and laid bare a lot of our country’s deep-seated problems—from massive economic inequality to ongoing racial disparities to a lack of basic health care for people who need it. It’s woken a lot of young people up to the fact that the old ways of doing things just don’t work; that it doesn’t matter how much money you make if everyone around you is hungry and sick; and that our society and our democracy only work when we think not just about ourselves, but about each other. It’s also pulled the curtain back on another hard truth, something that we all have to eventually accept once our childhood comes to an end. All those adults that you used to think were in charge and knew what they were doing? Turns out that they don’t have all the answers. A lot of them aren’t even asking the right questions. So, if the world’s going to get better, it going to be up to you. Do what you think is right, [because] doing what feels good, what’s convenient, what’s easy—that’s how little kids think. Unfortunately, a lot of so-called grown-ups, including some with fancy titles and important jobs, still think that way—which is why things are so screwed up.”
That’s how a president speaks. Inform and encourage; educate and uplift.
I miss that.
Eric _____, or as I call him, The Dumb One, which says a lot, told FOX News asshat Jeanine Pirro that the coronavirus is a hoax cooked up by Democrats in order to defeat his father in November and it will “magically disappear” after election day:
“Listen, Biden loves this. Biden can’t go on stage without making some horrible blunder. Even from his basement, he’s making awful gaffes every single day. His campaign is thrilled that he’s not going out there. They think they’re taking away Donald Trump’s greatest tool, which is being able to go into an arena and fill it with 50,000 people every single time. So, you watch, they will milk it every single day between now and November 3rd. And guess what, after November 3rd, coronavirus will magically all of a sudden go away and disappear and everybody will be able to reopen. They’re trying to deprive him of his greatest asset, which is the fact that the American people love him, the fact that he’s relatable, and the fact that he can go out there and draw massive crowds. Joe Biden can’t get 10 people in a room. My father’s getting 50,000 in a room. Make no mistake, to a lot of them this is a very cognizant strategy that they’re trying to employ. It’s sad and it’s not going to be allowed to happen, and we’re going to win in November.”
Seriously. Is he drinking the bleach? Biden says dumb things? Listen to Daddy, you fucking ignorant moron …
_____, at an Owens & Minor distribution plant, telling employees in a speech that testing is overrated.
“It could be that testing’s frankly, ah, overrated? When you test, you have a case. When you test, you find something is wrong with people. If we didn’t do any testing we would have very few cases.”
How fucking dumb is this guy.
Yeah, we find more cases of cancer when we test for cancer so let’s stop that testing and cancer rates will fall.
Says the fuckmonkey who gets tested every single day.
Meghan McCain, blaming Obama for _____:
“We have to start talking to each other in the middle, and we have to start talking about the faults on both sides, because he was not a perfect president. And I don’t think a perfect president would have ushered in the era of _____.”
Oh Meghan, take a good long seat. You cannot blame _____ on a good honest decent man. The GOP, which stood by and did nothing to stop him—and this includes your father—are to blame; the Bernie Bros who sat out the election are to blame; Hillary, for all her foibles, is to blame.
But to blame this divisiveness on a man who was never divisive shows your complete lack of reason.
Sebastian Vega, Argentinean professional basketball player, coming out as gay:
“When I started to feel attracted to a man, I had a very bad time. I felt shame, guilt, a lot of rejection, but at the same time the desire to be with someone. I was really scared, but the fear didn’t paralyze me, I felt truly free: it had been a long time since I’d walked without such a heavy weight on my shoulders. Unfortunately, [homosexuality in sport] is still a taboo topic. It’s very difficult to say you’re gay ... you have to be masculine to not be [seen as] less than.”
Vega is the first openly gay professional basketball player in Argentina’s history and so it it with great LGBTQ+ pride that we send him the Official Coming Out Toaster Oven™ and copy of the Gay Agenda.