Rumor Has It That…

Rumor Has It That…
A crowd of Trump supporters marched on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, ultimately leading to the building being breached and several deaths. Photo courtesy of The Commons

Donald Trump recently stated, “I will do whatever I can to help the country.” A suggestion was made by several million people that admitting himself into a mental institution for the criminally insane and subjecting himself to a padded cell with an Armani-designed straightjacket and medicines with shock treatment would be a good start.

When asked by news reporters, “Why does Rudy Giulani continue to support Donald Trump, who has committed so many egregious crimes against America and its people?,” his psychiatrist responded, “The brown hair dye Giulani so regularly uses had soaked through his scalp and caused his brain to be dangerously discombobulated.”

After learning about the raid by the FBI on his house at Mar-a-Lago, Trump became so incensed and outraged that his family advised him to see a doctor to calm his nerves. His doctor, Mehmet Oz, advised him to “stimulate those phagocytes, release that flatulence and use more Preparation H.”

The Nike company says that it will give Senator Josh Hawley (R–Mo.) a new pair of tennis shoes as it believes his old ones were burned out during his escape run on Jan. 6, 2021.

Some time back, Fox News host Tucker Carlson was sued for slander on his show. The judge determined that “he could not be sued for slander because everyone who watches him knows he is lying.” Everyone who watches does not know he is lying, and the judge appears to be ignoring the fact that Carlson’s slanderous lies do indeed hurt people.

Why don’t we ask Congress to pass a law requiring TV slanderers to post a disclaimer on screen pointing out that “these claims are bald-faced lies and must be ignored?” The letter size should cover at least one-fourth of the TV screen during the entire period.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R–Ga.) recent foray into religious fanaticism might well be the result of her muscle-building routine having gone to her head. In a recent speech, she invoked the end times and said that “it’s time for Christians to stand up…We need God back at the center of our country.”

She also said that Jesus would return after a period of great suffering and that she would be delighted to serve as Jesus’s “escort.”

During Trump’s deposition hearing, the former POTUS continued to do nothing but repeat his defense of the Fifth Amendment more than 500 times. What was most significant, though, were the actions of his two defense attorneys. One was nodding his head and whispering while peering with his right eye directly into Trump’s left ear, while the other was nodding his head and mumbling while peering with his left eye through Trump’s right ear….It makes one wonder.

Now in All Seriousness…Regarding Kevin McCarthy

According to Section 3 of the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: “No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress…or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States or under any state, who, having previously taken an oath as a member of Congress…to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.” 

This section of the 14th Amendment states that anyone who swears an oath to the Constitution and then participates in an insurrection is disqualified from holding state or federal office. House Minority Kevin McCarthy (R–Bakersfield), along with Senator Lindsay Graham (R–S.C.), are staunch supporters of Trump.

Trump obviously supported the Jan. 6 insurrection attempt. McCarthy has been defending Trump’s actions and verbally attacking federal law enforcement agencies, not only for the insurrection attempt but also for their lawful recovery of stolen classified documents found at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence.

McCarthy’s conspiratorial rhetoric impugning the motives of the Justice Department and the FBI runs the risk of inciting threats of violence and actual attacks, fears that already have proven warranted.

McCarthy swore an oath to uphold the Constitution. He is obviously in contempt of that oath. As an active supporter of Trump’s recent treasonous acts against our government and its peaceful transfer of authority, McCarthy should be considered an accessory to Trump’s acts of treason and should be held legally responsible.

As a fellow patriotic citizen of the United States, I urge everyone to take this into consideration when going to the polls to cast your vote.

Regarding the Abortion Debate

Recently, a male Baptist minister, Rep. Danny McCormick (R–La.), introduced a bill stating that “a woman who receives an abortion should receive the same criminal consequences as one who drowns her baby.”

Under this bill, a pregnant woman could face murder charges even if raped or if doctors determined the procedure was needed to save her life. Doctors who attempted to help patients conceive through in vitro fertilization could also be locked up for destroying embryos, and certain contraception methods would be banned.

These lawmakers also wish to make having an abortion punishable by the death penalty. Lawmakers such as McCormick do not take into consideration the fact that many young women were not responsible for their pregnancy and are indeed victims of male depredation.

Young women who have not reached physical maturity will likely have their pelvic structure and lower abdominal organs damaged during the act of delivery, leading to severe malformations or even death. The truly evil and unthinking ideas of these overly religious and pompous politicians are leaning on the Old Testament’s punishment-oriented philosophies without forethought as to the feelings or physical situations of the victims.

Because of the overly aggressive actions of these lawmakers, abortion advocates should become equally aggressive. Bills should be introduced requiring any lawmaker who passes laws punishing those who receive or perform abortions, or those involved in enforcing those punishments be, in turn, indicted and prosecuted for the crimes of manslaughter if the mother should die, maiming or contributing to the maiming of the mother, and in addition, if the mother and child survive, should be held responsible for the health and maintenance of mother and child until the child has reached at least the minimum of age 18. After all…that’s only fair.


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