Hillary Clinton, on that ALLEGED SCOTUS Roe v Wade opinion:
“Any American who says, I am not a woman, this won’t affect me; I’m not gay, that won’t affect me—once you allow this extreme power to take hold, you have no idea who they will come for next.”
It won’t always be a ‘them’ they come for; one day it might be you.
“[Jen Psaki] will now be replaced by Karine Jean-Pierre. We know nothing about her other than the most important things—she’s a Black lesbo. “And for that, she’s got the gig. Very exciting. She’s also married to a CNN anchor. You can’t make this stuff up. She’s married to Suzanne Malveaux who’s a CNN anchor. I did not know Suzanne is a lesbian. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. You would think in terms of optics, if you were bringing in a new White House press secretary, you could possibly find someone who wasn’t married to a CNN anchor. Do you think that would be possible? But the impossible is possible with these people.”
Melanie _____, former model and current grifter, pitching a hissy fit because Vogue featured Dr. Jill Biden on the cover:
“[Vogue and Anna Wintour are] biased and they have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious. And I think American people and everyone sees it. It was their decision, and I have much more important things to do—and I did in the White House—than being on the cover of Vogue.”
Funny how someone who doesn’t care seems so upset, but maybe it’s because First Ladies Jill Biden, Michelle Obama, and Hillary Clinton have all appeared on the cover of Vogue and even Vice President Kamala Harris got the honor.
Sorry. Melanie, but Vogue wanted First Ladies not First Nude Models.
“If you’re gonna get an abortion, you do have to get banged. So all of the blue-haired pro-choice protesters don’t need to worry much about abortions. I’m sorry, I just had to say that. It’s easy to give something up when you don’t have it. It’s easy to give up shopping when you’re broke, like we all are under Joe Biden. So for everyone saying they’re going on a sex strike, were you getting any to begin with, ma’am? Cuz it doesn’t look like it. It looks like you’ve been in the drive-thru. Not in the drive up to his house category, more in the ‘I’ll take a ten-piece fried chicken.’ That’s where it looks like you’ve been.”
Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Democratic-leaning Maryland and a possible 2024 presidential candidate, calling on the GOP to extricate itself from Thing 45:
“We won’t win back the White House by nominating [Thing 45] or a cheap impersonation of him. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.”
Ah, but Larry, the way the GOP goosestepped to protect their Hair Furor after the insurrection, proves the party is insane.
Adam Kinzinger, Illinois GOP Congressperson, saying he “would love” for former Vice President Mike Pence to voluntarily appear before the January 6 Committee:
“I would hope and think that the vice president would want to come in and tell his story because he did do the right thing on that day. If he doesn’t, then we’ll look at the options we have available to us if there’s information we don’t already have.”
I don’t think Michael Elizabeth Pence will testify unless Adam agrees to meet him in a YMCA sauna wearing nothing but a tiny towel.
Just sayin’. And keep in mind, Pence doesn’t want people to remember that he was threatened with murder on January 6 by his own party at the request of Thing 45 because he’s a lying hypocritical POS.
President Biden, calling out Republicans for their attacks on teachers and books:
“Today, there are too many politicians trying to score political points, trying to ban books—even math books. I mean, did you ever think—even you younger teachers—did you ever think, when you’d be teaching, that you’d be worried about book burnings and banning books, all because it doesn’t fit somebody’s political agenda? American teachers have dedicated their lives to teaching our children and lifting them up. We got to stop making them the target of the culture wars. That’s where this is going.”
The GOP wants a generation of uneducated, ill-informed, unaware voters because when voters are stupid the GOP wins.