This is what happens when “Florida man” votes Republican.
It’s unfortunate, but the only way to reach some people is to have the IQ of a pinecone. And with that in mind, does a candidate like this have a chance?
TV people will always be morons to me.
And they made an appearance on the Bob Ceska show.
Chris Cristie bends over hand hands the korrupt krimson klown a jar of Vasoline (according to the Rude Pundit):
In his upcoming book, I’m Finished, disgraced Trump lackey and terrible former governor, Chris Christie, is brutally honest about all the people who dicked him over when he wanted to be Vice President or Attorney General. Trump did offer Christie the position of “special assistant to the president in the White House,” or “ball-washer,” and, to his credit, Christie declined. But of the people surrounding Trump, including his miserable cockmite of a son-in-law, Christie writes that they’re a “revolving door of deeply flawed individuals — amateurs, grifters, weaklings, convicted and unconvicted felons.” And on many occasions, “the president was ill served by poor advice.” As for Trump himself? Christie is nearly worshipful: “The president is utterly fearless and a unique communicator, Christie writes – and his main flaw is that he speaks on impulse and surrounds himself with people he should not trust.”
If all you hire are idiots, motherfuckers, and assholes, then that’s because you are some combination of those. And if you don’t recognize when your family members are too goddamn naive to do a job, that’s on you. But Christie’s defense of Trump here is something along the lines that he’s just a good-hearted boob who didn’t realize who he was putting in his administration. The truth is that he wants lickspittles to nuzzle up to his man-tits and suckle there. Whether they are criminals or naifs doesn’t matter as long as they drink his orange milk. (Note: my brain is not a happy place.)
This sums it up pretty well:
I guess this explains the McConnell and babyman voters:
A state lawmaker says it’s finally time to outlaw sex with animals in Kentucky.
Kentucky is one of five states where bestiality is legal, but a measure filed in the state Senate this week would ban the act.
“Part of my frustration is that people think it is kind of a joke,” said state Sen. Julie Raque Adams, a Jefferson County Republican who is co-sponsoring the bill with Republican Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer.
“We need to find out who these people are and keep an eye on them,” she said.
Otherwise you end up with something like this: