What stupid thing did the GOP say or do this time? Episode 3!

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Nevermore

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Well, Marjorie Taylor Greene is definitely brown on the inside.

With "brown" being a shorthand term for people with a certain socio-political position that is derived from the color of the uniforms of a certain political movement that was in charge of Germany a few decades ago.
 

Wheelimus

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I want to see Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader - All Republican Edition
 

wonko the sane?

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I'm going to refer you to a suicide hotline, wheels. Cause that is NOT a happy mental health statement.
 

Wheelimus

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Nah, I just want to see Boebert, Greene, and all their ilk get schooled on everything by 5th graders.
 

wonko the sane?

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So you either expose the blatant hypocracy, or rampant idiocy of the republicans rep. Either they are lying their asses off, or they actually ARE that stupid.

And they're the government. They're legilators.

And when they lose to fifth graders, either because they are THAT dedicated to the lie, or just outright that ******* stupid: they go back to their PR people, to facebook, to twitter, and any other source they haven't been banned from and they start threatening fifth graders.
 

Wheelimus

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*Democratic attack ads defending 5th graders saves us from a bloodbath in the 2022 midterms*
 

The Mighty Mollusk

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You can't beat a Republican in a debate, because they're not even debating. They're just yelling really loudly until you give up and go away, and then they claim they won.
 

Rust

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When the wind runs out, there will be more pressing concerns to address than simply "Where will our energy come from?"

But in all seriousness, the former President is a man in his mid-70s who well and truly believes the Human Body contains a finite amount of energy and elevating the heart rate "burns" that energy faster, thus resulting in a shortened lifespan.

Is it any actual wonder that the people he surrounded himself with also consider every energy source a finite one? Not just Wind guy here, I remember a Congress person who opposed Solar power because it was "stealing energy from our sun".
 

Nevermore

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So there's currently a story about extreme right-wing Republican Madison Cawthorn (that's the same guy who thinks women are "earthern vessels") getting a divorce from his wife after less than a year of marriage.

Conspiracy theorists have rediscovered a video in which he tells the story of how he met was introduced to the woman that would become his wife, which involves a vacation in Sweden and Norway, a ferry trip to Russia that makes little sense geographically, a trip to a casino in Saint Petersburg where gambling is illegal, him meeting an American Army captain at said casino, said captain staying in touch with him and later inviting him to a Crossfit competition in Miami that turns out to be a sham and was only an excuse to introduce him to the woman who would become his fiancee.

A lot of people are pointing out that this sounds like a classic honey trap story, and his soon-to-be ex-wife might actually be a Russian spy, with him as the target. And he denies all of that.
 
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KidTDragon

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You call that a conspiracy theory? Where's the lizard people? Where's the Clinton-sponsored pedophiles? Where's the Deep State™? This is too grounded in reality to be a proper conspiracy.
 

wonko the sane?

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See, here's the thing, aside from the fact that it's entirely too mundane to be a conspiracy: it can't be a conspiracy if that's what actually happened. This is straight up intelligence op for somebody, and if they can figure out WHY cawthorn, then they can figure out for whom it was done.

But honestly: I wouldn't be surprised if this ends with outing trump as a russian agent.
 

Coglestop

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It's still technically a conspiracy, an actual, factual real one, if that's what happened. Real conspiracies happen all the time, they just don't have some giant, world dominating scope that the conspiracy theorists love.
 
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