Halloween on Twitter: Political Mayhem, Fake News Zombies and Belly Laughs

The Evening Campaign Update

(Because The Campaign Never Ends)

One of my Twitter followers sent me a private message today asking “how can you vote for some of these Republicans?” Seriously? You have to ask me that?

My answer was very simple: “Because they aren’t Democrats.” That was several hours ago, and I haven’t heard back from this person. Frankly, I expect she will un-follow me by the end of the day.

But look, why would I or any other thinking person ever vote for another Democrat? It’s a serious question. This is a political party that has over the last three years done everything it can to normalize the most reprehensible anti-American behaviors.

From shooting up Republican softball practices to accosting septuagenarians and their wives in restaurants to Antifa goons beating up people on the streets to CNN talk show hosts dog-whistling approval of potential presidential assassins to rounding up women to try to destroy the family and life of a Supreme Court nominee, if they think it might gain them even a momentary political advantage, Democrats are for it no matter how dangerous, destructive, depraved and despicable it might be.

I’m going to vote for that?  Really?  No, thanks.

Nor am I going to cast a vote to take this country back to the overregulated, moribund economy we had prior to November 9, 2016. I’m not going to vote to lop 25% off of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and 2% off of our economic growth rate. I’m not going to vote to put our country back into an irresponsible, un-American agreement with the Mullahs in Iran, or to re-engage us in a Paris “Climate” deal that was really nothing but a global wealth redistribution scheme targeting the American middle class.

Sorry, I’m not down with any of that, and I never will be.

And don’t try to convince me that I can vote for some particular Democrat for congress because he/she would get to Washington and be an “independent voice for Texas” or whatever other nonsense Democrats like Irish Bob O’Rourke are using in their campaign ads.  Give me a break here.  Irish Bob would get to Washington and become the third senator from California.  He’d be Chuck Schumer’s most reliable vote in the U.S. Senate.

Likewise, any Democrat who gets elected to the House of Representatives will be so bullied around by Nancy Pelosi within their first 2 weeks in D.C. that they’ll have literally forgotten where their congressional district even is, much less do anything effective to represent it.

Anyway, that was the bad part of Twitter today, but there was all sorts of fun on that platform as well.  Here follows a selection of the best examples of the day.

 

It’s a great question, and I’m glad Sara Carter asked it:

Speaking of great questions, Mollie Hemingway asks another one here…:

 

Hey, remember when Netflix signed that deal with the Obamas that allows them to produce series for its streaming platform?  Well, guess who their first target is going to be…:

And speaking of things nobody could have possibly seen coming…:

Desperate losing Sen. Claire McCaskill explains who she meant when she claimed in an ad to not be “one of those crazy Democrats,” and the crazy Democrat she specified responds in unambiguous and profane terms.:

Yikes. That particular crazy Democrat has some bite.

Speaking of moves being made by desperate losing Democrats, I give you Ed Donnelly of Indiana.:

There is literally no content too low and despicable for CNN to spew out onto its platform.:

By the way, Mr. Lemon’s boyfriend is white, and radical.

The Alexandria Ocasio Cortez parody account responds, but if you didn’t know it was a parody, you’d totally believe it was something she’d actually said:

 

No day on Twitter could ever be complete without making fun of the Creepy Porn Lawyer.:

Finally, while CNN and MSNBC were misleading their viewers into thinking President Donald Trump was greeted by nothing but protesters and haters on his trip to Pittsburgh to visit with Synagogue shooting survivors, you had to be on Twitter to see the truth:

Just another day of highs, lows and belly laughs on Twitter.

That is all.

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3 thoughts on “Halloween on Twitter: Political Mayhem, Fake News Zombies and Belly Laughs

  1. Willie William - October 31, 2018

    Not a single trick-or-treater in our neighborhood tonight. Kids can’t wear a Halloween costume now without being afraid of being called a racist or be accused of “appropriating someone else’s culture”. Thank you you slimy left-wing PC hate-filled thugs for ruining a fun holiday for kids. The democRATs and crybaby liberals ruin everything they touch. Get out and vote, get your Republican and Conservative friends out to vote and vote RED. NEVER vote for a democRAT again unless you willing to see everything including our traditions in this country destroyed.

  2. Jim McFarland - November 1, 2018

    I have been bombarded by Repugnican (Ryan, others) appeals for money. I guess they didn’t see the numbers of 2016: President Trump won because Americans were intent upon saving America, and went to the polls. A lot of small-money donors gave, but the victory was at the ballot box, not because of Big Money. Same will happen this time: the Libs have spent a lot of money, but the anger at their treatment of Kavanaugh and the parade of border-breakers, Constitution-destroyers and Aunty Fay will turn the Blue Wave into a yellow trickle. Note to Paul Ryan: leave gracefully.

    1. guidvce4 - November 1, 2018

      From my physical mailbox to my email inbox, I have been deluged with requests for money, too. I spend a lot of time just deleting and shredding the unwanted materials. There must be a bunch of folks out there who are doing the same thing I am, so I figured. I was right.
      The victory this time around will be because of the performance of President Trump since the ’16 election. Those who support him in his agenda will be the ones who are elected to serve.
      I agree with note to Paul Ryan. Move along to your new job with the Chanber of Commerce, or whoever.

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