Wednesday, April 3

Some of you gals need more bounce and volume. Just sayin’.

Some of you gals need more bounce and volume. Just sayin’.

  • Rocked by backlash over his career-long tendency to get handsy with the ladies, former Vice President Joe Biden released a short video explaining that he now understands why unwanted neck-kissing and hair-sniffing is generally frowned upon.  Biden also hinted toward a campaign announcement sometime in the next month.  Nowhere in the two minute vid did Biden actually apologize.  But he did offer some tips on conditioning and blow-drying.

  • Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams just won’t go away.  Although she lost by nearly 60,000 votes, and her claims of “suppression” have been debunked, Abrams told a convention of the Al Sharpton-led racist hate group National Action Network that she wuz robbed last year: ““I have one very affirmative statement to make: We won.”  <narrator: no, they didn’t.>

  • Abrams isn’t just about refusing to accept election results.  The 2018 loser also announced her support for a threatened boycott of Georgia’s burgeoning film industry.  Led by former sitcom actress Alyssa Milano, a group of Hollywood actors and actresses want to crush Peach State production as revenge for the passage of the “heartbeat bill” which guarantees children who survive abortion don’t end up getting killed anyway.  Threatening the livelihoods of the people she wanted to govern.  That’s a bold strategy, Cotton.

  • Milano took her war on Georgians a step further.  The self-styled politico invaded the Peach State this week, even throwing a tantrum after her demands to speak to Governor Brian Kemp were brushed aside.  The Hollywood D-lister didn’t take kindly to being reminded that she’s not a Georgia resident.  If you’re fighting this hard to kill babies, you’re doing it wrong.  If you’re letting “Sam” from “Who’s the Boss” lead your army, you’re doing it stupidly.

  • Former San Antonio Mayor and HUD Secretary, and current Democrat Presidential candidate, Julian Castro thinks he’s solved the immigration crisis.  Castro wants to decriminalize illegal border crossing by eliminating the 90-year-old law making illegally sneaking across the border a federal crime.  Hey, that’s brilliant.  We should try that on all the laws.  Imagine the drop in murder prosecutions if murder isn’t illegal anymore.

  • Twitter may be silencing conservative voices, but they’re letting the islamofascists and anti-Semites enjoy free reign, as evidenced by this winner from racist flamethrower – and rising Democratic Party voice – Louis Farrakhan: “God does not love this world. God never sent Jesus to die for this world. Jesus died because he was 2,000 years too soon to bring about the end of the civilization of the Jews. He never was on no cross. There was no Calvary for that Jesus.”  The Son of Man released this response: “I bet Satan will dig that story, No-Jew Lou.”

  • The ACLU popped up in the sports world Wednesday to fight back against the increase in outrage over men and boys claiming to identify as women, and then dominating women’s sports.  According to the far-left group, “FACT CHECK: Supporting trans athletes hurts no one.”  Except for the actual women who lose their sport to dudes in drag.

  • While Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has used his membership in the Democrat Party to escape consequences for his dalliance with blackface, his sidekick, Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax, may not be far behind him.  Virginia Democrats are blocking attempts by Republicans to open hearings into the multiple allegations of sexual harassment against Northam’s number two.  Out: Believe All Women! In: Believe Some Women, Silence The Rest.

  • And, Democrats howled with rage after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell detonated the “nuclear option,” limiting time spent debating President Donald Trump’s nominees in an effort to move the confirmation process forward.  Former Senator Harry Reid, who first set off the debate nukes to cheers from Democrats, remained unavailable for comment.