Friday, April 19, 2024

I Didn't Say It ...

Alan Ritchson, actor, on how his devotion to his faith has led him to be critical of the former president and the Catholic Church!

"I'm a Christian quite simply because of what Jesus calls us to do. Love other people until death … [But] Christians today have become the most vitriolic tribe; it is so antithetical to what Jesus was calling us to be and to do. [Thing 45] is a rapist and a con man, and yet the entire Christian church seems to be treating him like he's their poster child and it's unreal. I don't understand it. [And] I can't for one second support the Catholic Church while there are still cardinals, bishops and priests being passed around with known pedophilic tendencies. It's worth saying that the atrocities that are happening in the church that are being actively covered up, even to this day with people not being held accountable, is repulsive.”

Spot on; nice to see a man who calls himself a Christian calling out the hypocrisy of those so-called Christians, or the pedophile priests and the cult  that supports them

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Alina Habba, today on Fox News.

“I think that we’re seeing a painful, unfortunately, jury selection because we’re in the state of New York, which is definitely by design. There is no question that Bragg bringing this in New York—look at the Fulton County D.A., and so on and so forth, Washington, D.C.—these venues are selected exactly for this reason. Judges admonishing the defendant like today, I’ve seen it time and time again. I’ve been admonished like that—it’s by design. It makes you appear to be inept, it’s to make you appear to be stupid in front of a jury. And don’t think that it’s not intentional. All the trolls, all the journalists, they’ll put that out there.”

Honey, you don’t need any help looking, sounding, acting, and litigating like an inept former contestant on America’s Next Top Model.

That’s all …

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Marc Molinaro, GOP Representative from New York, also bashing Moscow Marge on CNN:

“We have a bipartisan government, and the only way good policy is gonna be made better, the only way we’re gonna stand shoulder to shoulder with our allies—Israel and Ukraine—the only way we push back against evil like Putin, is to do it in a bipartisan way. And I want to be judged by my ability and willingness to work across the aisle with anyone who’s honest and earnest about solving the problems that face America and the people I serve. [Marjorie Taylor Greene’s] theater and this constant effort to hold the Congress hostage has to come to an end. I’m gonna have no part in it. And a good number of my colleagues—conservative and moderate—believe that enough is enough. It is time to move on and to move past this kind of nonsense.”

Finally. I love seeing more and more GOPers speaking out about the histrionics and showboating and lying of Moscow Marge. Now, if her constituents would do something about her …

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Eric Swalwell, on Thing 45 and Mike Johnson meeting at Mar-Illegal:

“It’s too rich that [Thing 45] and Mike Johnson are talking to us about election integrity. That’s like having to listen to a lecture by Bonnie and Clyde on bank security. I mean, it’s absurd considering what they did in the 2020 election to try and overturn it.”

The ignorance, hypocrisy, and ability to blatantly lie is what Hair Furor does, but Johnson, who paints himself as a God-fearing man doing the same is even worse.

God is watching Christian Nationalist Mike Johnson and She is not happy.

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Stephen Miller, on Fox News, running his mouth about … style:

“The most stylish president and first lady in our lifetimes are [Hair Furor and Melanie]. [He] is a style icon! He changed American fashion on The Apprentice. People spent the next 10 years trying to dress like [him]. So, if anybody deserves a puff piece on their sense of style, it’s [Hair Furor] and the first lady. Joe Biden looks like a walking corpse! The only style article to be written about Joe Biden is how you have mastered the art of looking embalmed because that is what Joe Biden looks like every single day when they jerk him up and he goes about his schedule.”

The idea that someone who looks like he’s living in Hitler’s bunker while looking like the love child of Voldemort and Gollum thinks he knows what style is, and picks the guy who spackles himself in orange putty with the wife who is drawn so tight her ears meet at the back of her head, is high-larious.

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Billy Porter, gay icon, delivering a powerful speech about the current challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ community.

"I was 16 years old at the beginning of the AIDS crisis. We didn't have the luxury to hide. We didn't have the luxury to not be active. We had to go straight to the front lines to fight for our lives, and that's exactly what we did. We came together as a community, we fought back, and we succeeded in. Yes, the world changed because we came together. [And] we're now in a position where we must come together again. We must fight the forces of evil that are trying to destroy us. The one thing that I do know, and the one message that I try to exude everywhere I go, is that the change has already happened. We don't have any time for fear ... There's no need for fear. There's no room for silence. We speak, we write, we do language. This is how civilizations heal. I'm an artist; the only way I know how to do it is through my art. I am grateful that I can do it through my art. I am grateful that the people are receiving that, that you are receiving what it is that I'm trying to do. … Coming from the civil rights movement, you know, there's a song called 'A Change Is Gonna Come.' I love that song, but the change came, and the change went. What are we gonna do now? It's time for all of us to come together and figure out what 'going high' looks like in this new world order. It is not 1963. We cannot use the same tactics. I am not a politician, so I don't know what the answer is. But it's not what we're doing now. It's time to re-engage. It's time to pay attention again. It's time to get in these streets again. This is not a parade, it's a march. That's what it was when we started. This march [is] political."

And the march goes on …

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25 comments:

  1. There are Christians turning against him, I know several. And Habba? I've had better conversations with bricks. I do think the hard line conservatives, the Freedom caucus, that group founded by Newty Gingrich, have pretty much shot their wad. Their dysfunction is publicly shredding them. Good Riddance.

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    1. There are even some members of the GOp speaking out against Hair Furor, Johnson, MTG and Gaetz. Maybe the tide is turning.

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  2. If only the GOP reps with some morals and common sense would band together and put Moscow Marge and her crew in a coatroom and lock the doors.... Or, better yet, since she and her dunces think the Dems are communists, deport them all to Russia, or Cuba --- without any money or assets.

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    1. I think that since so many of them are Team Russia, perhaps they could be exported to Putin's house.

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  3. Hubbub is the one who prefers to be stupid and pretty - it's easy to make her look stupid, cos that is exactly what she is and proves it by giving a train wreck of an interview with Fox.

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    1. She really is an idiot with the things she says. But I imagine Hair Furor didn't hire her for her legal talents.

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  4. My grandmother would tell you that Alan Rictchson is the definition of a true Christian.

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    1. Your grandmother would be right.

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  5. Hahaha Mar-Ilegal! Dead.
    And you know the xtianists are anything but. Good for Alan for calling them on this. As for Alina, poor idiot. Hey at least she got some plastic surgery out of all of this...


    XOXO

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    1. Luckily, Alan has already come for those so-called Christians and isn't here for them.
      Alina needs to do porn ... maybe then Hair Furor will cut her a check, too.
      xoxo

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    1. If the name fits ... ūü§£

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  7. Anonymous11:25 AM

    the dog's mother
    Good chortles!
    xoxo :-)

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    1. I'm always up for a chortle.
      xoxo

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  8. Cleora Borealis11:29 AM

    Um...Alina Hubba Habba ūüė≥ūü§Ę...the cases are being brought in those jurisdictions because That's. Where. The. Crimes. Happened.!!
    ūü§ó✊ Hooray for Billy Porter! Now is an important time to be out and proud and vocal!! And, to my fellow allies, YOU TOO!! How dare you be timid or silent!! ūü§®

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    1. I think she practices law only in her make believe world and doesn't really know how it works.
      Porter is not shy about speaking out; no one should be with what the right is tryin g to do in the country.
      LGBTQ+ people and women,a dn their allies need to speak up!

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  9. Steve Miller suggesting anyone looks like a corpse is pot and kettle in my opinion.
    That silly lawyer lady is an idiot.
    One does hope that the GOP finds a way to shut down MTG and her ilk.

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    1. Miller is a fool who thinks he's relevant.
      Habba is just a fool.
      MTG is a fame-whore.

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  10. As anybody with half a brain knows - there is no God. Even so, I applaud Alan Ritchson for pointing out the moral bankruptcy of professed Christians who bat for Trump with complete disregard for his devilishness. In Trump's world, the only "god" he acknowledges is the ugly monster he sees in the mirror.

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    1. It is nice to see a Christian being Christ-like these days

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  11. I just spent a couple of minutes trying to find just one complete English sentence in Alina Habba ramble. I do better than that when I talk in my sleep.

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    1. She really is the Sarah Palin of Lauren Bobert of Sydney Powell.

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  12. 1. Onward Christian soldier.
    2. Oh, honey, you need no help looking stupid.
    3. A republican i can disagree with on issues and still respect.
    4. Bonnie and Clude on bank security. LOL
    5. The Undead talking about fashion icons?
    6. Proud and grateful to have him in the march.

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    1. Nice summary; concise, yet cogent.

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  13. I LOVE Billy Porter. Stephen Miller, on the other hand, can fall off the planet as far as I'm concerned.

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