Greg Kelly, Newsmax host
Thomas James, U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class and one of the Club Q guests who charged at the shooter, on why he did it and what the LGBTQ+ community needs to do:
“I simply wanted to save the family I found. If I had my way, I would shield everyone I could from the nonsensical acts of hate in the world, but I am only one person. To the youth, I say be brave. Your family is out there. You are loved and valued. So when you come out of the closet, come out swinging.”
Come out and fight to be treated equally in this country. Fight for your rights, fight for your lives, fight for a government that represents all the people.
Keep in mind that it doesn’t take a good guy with a gun to stop a bad guy with a gun, it takes a gay man with no gun who is tired of not feeling safe in his own country.
Michael Elizabeth Pence, former Vice President, says Thing 45 “demonstrated profoundly poor judgment” for dining with Nick Fuentes and Kanye West:
“[Thing 45] was wrong to give a white nationalist, an antisemite and Holocaust denier, a seat at the table and I think he should apologize for it. And he should denounce those individuals and their hateful rhetoric without qualification.”
Michael Elizabeth Pence clearly still has Mother’s balls and is clearly trying to run in 2024, because now he’s getting tough on his old boss., but while they were in office Pence followed the racist traitorous leader like a dog.
Jesse Watters, Fox News host, apparently suggesting women need to stop cutting their hair and being nicer to men:
“Women need men, and men need women. We need each other. And if you understand nature, you understand there is not a war between the sexes. We need to make love, not war. And you need to stop chopping your hair off and calling us ‘toxic.’ We are on a mission—yes, we peacock, but we peacock for your attention—so fall in love and let’s all live happily ever after.”
Watters admitted to wooing his wife, Emma—who was a younger producer working on his show at the time and he was a married man—by sabotaging her car.
“When I was trying to get Emma to date me, the first thing I did was let the air out of her tires. She couldn’t go anywhere. She needed a lift, I said, ‘You need a lift?’ She hopped right in the car.”
Sounds like a predator to me.
“The Republicans, had they won the Senate, they would be bringing me before the committee that Rand Paul likely would be chairing. That’s not going to happen because the Senate is not in the Republican control. But the Republican House has said that they’re going to—and that’s fine with me. I’m very much in favor of legitimate oversight. Absolutely. I mean, I’ve testified before Congress—given the 38 years that I’ve been director—literally hundreds of times, in many oversight hearings.”
Paul Ryan, former GOP Speaker of the House, blaming Thig 45 for Republicans’ Senate loss in the midterms:
“I was not a never-_____er, but I am a never-again _____er. Why? Because I want to win. And we lose with [Thing 45]. What we now know, it’s pretty clear is, with [Thing 45], we lose. I don’t mean this personally—it’s just evidence. It’s palpable right now. We get past [Thing 45], we start winning elections. We stick with [Thing 45], we keep losing elections, that’s just how I see it.”
Oh Paul, welcome to the right side of history … finally. And only after the losses of the GOP this month. To be clear, you pandering asshat, if any of Thing 45’s chosen candidates had won, you wouldn’t be saying this at all; you’d continue goose-stepping like you’ve always done.
Now, kindly fuck off.
“I think he has cut so many deals with bad people to get to this position that I think he’s not going to be a leader at all. I think he will be completely hostage to kind of the extreme wings of the Republican Party. And I, frankly, don’t think he’s going to last very long. Maybe he will prove me wrong. But it’s sad to see a man that I think had so much potential just totally sell himself. I have done this business for a while. And I will tell you, they’re just the ‘hope yes, vote no’ caucus. They vote no on everything, or now they’re only going to vote for the most conservative stuff.”
Greg Kelly, Newsmax host