Beto O’Rourke, former Texas Representative and candidate for governor, taking on a heckler at a rally who laughed as he described the gun used to murder 19 children and two teachers in Uvalde:
“It may be funny to you, motherfucker, but it’s not funny to me, OK?”
O’Rourke rightfully fired back at the laugher, who was standing among a small group of supporters of GOP asshatted Governor Greg “I don’t care about dead kids” Abbott.
Dan Patrick, Texas GQP Lieutenant Governor, saying the US Constitution was literally written by God:
“We’re a nation founded upon not the words of our founders, but the words of God because he wrote the Constitution. We were a Christian state and lost that for many years.”
No, asshat, we were never a Christian nation and Texas was never a Christian state, which is what we have Freedom OF Religion, and Freedom From Religion.
God wrote the Constitution? I haven’t heard such ridiculous ignorance in a looooong time.
Mick Mulvaney, former acting chief of staff for Thing 45, saying that the reported informant who tipped off authorities about where those classified documents were stored at Mar-a-Lago would have to be “very close” to the former president:
“This would be someone who was handling things on day to day, who knew where documents were, so it would be somebody very close inside the president, my guess is there’s probably six or eight people who had that kind of information. I didn’t know there was a safe at Mar-a-Lago and I was the chief of staff for 15 months.”
Rumors fly that Melanie wants no part of a second term in the White House and maybe she’s the one who squealed.
I kinda believe that.
Lindsey Graham, South Carolina GQP Senator and former Junior Miss, on same-sex marriage:
“I think states should decide the issue of marriage and states should decide the issue of abortion. I have respect for South Carolina. South Carolina voters here I trust to define marriage and to deal with the issue of abortion. Not nine people on the court. That’s my view.”
Graham said he believes the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision to legalize same-sex marriage would not be overturned, but that doing so “would be up to the court.”
Yes, the lifelong “confirmed” bachelor is anti-marriage equality probably because there isn’t a gay man alive who’d put a ring on it for Miss Lindsey. And that poor dear frets so much about always being a bridesmaid and never a bride, that she forgot that South Carolina legalized same-sex marriages in November 2014, before SCOTUS did in June of 2015, so we were ahead of national curve you pandering queen.
Come for my marriage, ma’am, and see how that works for you.
Traitor, after stating his name, pleaded the Fifth while being deposed by the New York Attorney General, and then said when asked to answer a question:
“Same as before.”
He said that 440 times, even after saying only mob bosses plead the Fifth.
For once he and I agree: he’s a criminal.
“With regards to informing parents with most important decisions about their children, I think everybody knows where I stand, parents matter. Parents should be at the forefront of all of these discussions. And I firmly believe that teachers and schools have an obligation to make sure that parents are well informed about what’s happening in their kids’ lives. And one of the things we learned last year during the campaign is that parents were tired of being pushed to the background in their child’s education.”