Madison Cawthorn Doesn’t Understand The 1st Amendment

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC)
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC)
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC)

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) told Newsmax viewers that he plans to sponsor a bill in Congress that would reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act which protects publishers from being sued over what users post on their sites.

Congressman Howdy Doody has somehow conflated users being kicked off Twitter or Facebook for violating the terms of service as violating folks’ First Amendment rights.

“Greg Steube and I are leading a charge to reform that terrible Section 230 that gives them basically this full-on immunity where the American people are unable to go after Big Tech when they assault out First Amendment rights,” said Cawthorn.

“If our bill passes, and we know the Democrats are not going to allow us to do that because this is one of their greatest weapons, but when our bill passes in the next Congress, you’re going to start seeing Facebook, Twitter, Google, Amazon, all these big tech companies start answering for their crimes,” he added.

Ahem, the 1st Amendment says, “CONGRESS shall make no law…” It doesn’t say anything about Facebook, Twitter, or big tech companies.

There is NO constitutional right to be on Twitter or Facebook.

Conservatives (and others) get kicked off Twitter when they blatantly LIE and spread disinformation.

Trump Jr. Calls Joe Biden A ‘Pedophile’ On Social Media

Donald Trump Jr.

From the New York Times:

President Trump’s eldest son on Saturday posted a social media message suggesting Joseph R. Biden Jr. was a pedophile, an incendiary and baseless charge that illustrates the tactics the president is turning to as he attempts to erase Mr. Biden’s early advantage in key state polls.

Donald Trump Jr., who is one of his father’s most prominent campaign surrogates, put on Instagram a picture of Mr. Biden saying: “See you later, alligator” alongside an image of an alligator saying: “In a while, pedophile.”

When a reporter shared the Instagram post online, the younger Mr. Trump, echoing one of his father’s tactics, wrote on Twitter that he was only “joking around” and noted that he had included emojis of a laughing face.

Junior also restated his accusations of ‘unwanted touching’ by the former vice president using a collection of photos picturing Biden hugging children.

But the pics, primarily from swearing-in ceremonies, were taken out of context when actually he was greeting lawmakers and their families.


Fox & Friends Host: ‘More Testing Might Find More Positive Results, That A Good Thing?’

During this morning’s episode of Fox & Friends, co-host Pete Hegseth wondered aloud if more testing might find more positive results, and if that would be a ‘good thing?’

“Data is a pesky thing too. Because what if we start testing more and as a result of more testing we find more positives? Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

“And if the leaders say we have more positive tests, therefore, we need to delay even further — that doesn’t make sense to people. Maybe those are the same amount of people that had it before. We just weren’t testing.

“So data can be the type of thing that leaders can also manipulate as we try to get forward and past this.”

“Is that a good or a bad thing?” Well, Pete, adequate testing would help answer that question.

But what would be really bad is go just close our eyes and hope for the best.

Shopper Goes Cray-Cray Over Face Mask Rule “False Flag Fake Pandemic”

A shopper in Florida went totally cray-cray when he tried to enter a Publix grocery store located in Miami Beach but refused to wear a face mask due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

His profanity-laced rant was captured by a code enforcement officer’s body cam.

“This is a false flag fake pandemic,” the man screams at the enforcement officer. “You are in violation of my f**king constitutional rights and my civil rights. I’ve already f**king warned you. F**king expect it. I’m filing a f**king class-action lawsuit. You can take your fake f**king global terroristic false flag attack and shove it up your motherf**king ass. You’re terrorists. You’re in violation of my constitutional and civil rights. Fuck you, motherf**ker. There’s no pandemic. I’m filing a f**king lawsuit. I have a right to buy groceries without being forced to participate in your f**king terrorism. F**k you.”

“Excuse me – you need to wear a mask,” asked the officer as the man turned to go. “Do you understand that – to come in the store?”

“You’re violating my constitutional rights,” shrieks the man.

“Well, this is private property,” replied the officer.

The idiot continued his conspiracy theory screed: “This private property has food. I have a right to buy food without being forced to participate in a fake global false flag pandemic. There’s no pandemic. F–k you. You motherf–kers are going to get f–kin’ mass arrested and f–kin’ executed for f–kin’ terrorism. F–k you!”

The local CBS affiliate spoke to Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber about people not following safety guidelines.

“I get that people are getting antsy, frustrated. I’m sure there is economic burden also that is feeding that kind of frustration,” said Gelber. “But you should never just scream, curse.”

“They’re only trying to keep communities safer by let people know what’s in their best interest to keep their families safer,” he said. “We shouldn’t be screaming, we should be thanking them, complying with these very clear regulations because they’re intended to save lives.”

Hannity Wants Armed Guards Surrounding Schools & Shopping Malls

Fox News pundit Sean Hannity says the answer to gun violence is to have retired police, secret service or military service members surround schools and shopping malls.
Fox News pundit Sean Hannity

Fox News pundit Sean Hannity says the answer to gun violence is to have retired police, secret service or military service members surround schools and shopping malls.

“I’d like to see the perimeter of every school in America surrounded, secured by retired police — which you are — retired Secret Service — which you are — military, and I want guys to donate 15 hours,” Hannity told guest Dan Bongino last night. “I think we could cover every school, every hour, every day. Add a metal detector, and I think we’re going to have safer schools.

“Have one armed guard on every floor of every school, all over every mall, the perimeter, and inside every hall of every mall,” he explained. “Now, that gives us an instant response opportunity that we normally wouldn’t have.”

Tweet Of The Day: Mars Is NOT Part Of The Moon

The Twitterverse is scratching its head over a tweet from Donald Trump (I know, not really a rare occasion) in which he says the Moon is part of Mars.
Using this photo because it makes as much sense as Trump saying the Moon is part of Mars

The Twitterverse is scratching its head over a tweet from “Extremely Stable Genius” Donald Trump (I know, not really a rare occasion) in which he says the Moon is part of Mars.

Note: the Moon is definitely NOT a part of Mars.

“For all of the money we are spending, NASA should NOT be talking about going to the Moon – We did that 50 years ago. They should be focused on the much bigger things we are doing, including Mars (of which the Moon is a part), Defense and Science!”

Trump Junior: “There Are No Crimes, Only Things People Did In ‘Past Lives'”

During an appearance on Fox & Friends this morning, Donald Trump Jr. repeated his father's claim that the Mueller investigation is a 'witch hunt' and said folks like former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort were 'regular guys' who couldn't afford large lawyer fees.
Donald Trump Jr.

During an appearance on Fox & Friends this morning, Donald Trump Jr. repeated his father’s claim that the Mueller investigation is a ‘witch hunt’ and said folks like former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort were ‘regular guys’ who couldn’t afford large lawyer fees.

He added that ‘no actual crimes’ have been found by the investigation, only “things that people did in past lives.”

“I’ve been hearing this for two years — everyone is going to jail. Meanwhile, they haven’t actually found anything that relates to this. What they did was put incredible pressure on regular guys that couldn’t afford a million dollars in legal fees, and got them to slip up, say something incorrectly. They pretended they were their friends. There are no actual crimes. There’s only things that people did in past lives, in 2006 before we even thought we ever get into this crazy world, and that’s what it is. They’re touting these things as victories — it’s not; and it has been a total farce, the greatest witch hunt in American history.”

I’m not really sure what ‘past lives’ he’s referring to, but if you broke the law, you broke it. And they have found crimes, and folks have pleaded guilty to them.

And the dates of these crimes range from the mid-2000s to as recent as 2016. So, ‘past lives’ sounds a lot longer ago than reality shows.

Plus, if the mid-2000s is too far back to consider crimes, why do the Trumps keep bringing up Bill Clinton’s alleged affairs in the 1990s?

Financial experts say Manafort is worth upwards of $50 million, so I don’t know that I would call him a ‘regular’ guy who can’t afford his legal fees.

Junior also claimed there are “more hoax hate crimes” than there are actual hate crimes.

News Round-Up: November 28, 2018

• Hottie Dave Marshall is an openly gay pro-wrestler in Australia who uses his OnlyFans account to raise money for suicide prevention after his dad took his own life last year.
Dave Marshall and Ronnie

Some news items you might have missed:

• Hottie Dave Marshall is an openly gay pro-wrestler in Australia who uses his OnlyFans account to raise money for suicide prevention after his dad took his own life last year.

• Openly gay super-producer Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story, Pose, GLEE, Assassination of Gianna Versace) is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

• This far-right pundit says women become lesbians because they’re too ugly to love. By that logic, he must be a screaming queen.

• Cher showed up at her own Broadway showThe Cher Show – last night, and the crowd lost its mind.

• Judy Sheindlin, more famous as TV’s Judge Judy, made an astounding $147 million last year before taxes making Sheindlin the world’s highest-paid television host. The lion share of that was for selling the rights to her 5,200-episode library, as well as future episodes of the show, to CBS for an estimated $100 million.

• A man was brutally beaten, robbed & humiliated during an Instagram hook-up.

• A gay Virginia firefighter got married in 2014 and suddenly became the ridicule of not only fellow firefighters but his superiors. He was eventually filed for early retirement after being told he would be fired if he didn’t resign. He’s now suing for lost wages and benefits.

• Check out Upsahl’s new music video, “The Other Team,” about unrequited feelings and crushing on people that don’t like you back.

The lyrics focus on those folks who are swinging for somebody else’s ‘other team,’ so there’s lots of missed connections between characters throughout the video. Definitely has some ‘Breakfast Club’ vibes, so it really takes you back to high school and the whirlwind of emotions that go with it

Trump Rants At Reports His Chief Of Staff Calls Him “An Idiot”

Donald Trump

Earlier today I shared that NBC News had spoken to several folks in the White House that say Chief of Staff John Kelly has referred to Donald Trump as an “idiot” on several occasions and could depart his position as soon as July.

As the story began to dominate the evening news, the Trumpster was clearly disturbed that anyone might view his administration (where people quit or are fired on a weekly basis) as anything but “smooth.”

Calling the story “unhinged,” Trump got in a swipe at the ongoing investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller (“witch hunt”) while bragging about “great Energy and unending Stamina.”

Classic Trump.

And hey – it’s just Monday!

Rick Santorum: These Kids Should Learn CPR Instead Of Protesting

Eternal douche nozzle Rick Santorum told a panel on CNN today that kids are “looking to someone else to solve their problem” when they should be taking individual action like “taking CPR classes.”

It’s worth noting that, while CPR is useful for heart stoppage, the shooting victim of an AR-15 with multiple holes ripped through their body would probably lose even more blood faster if someone started pumping on their heart.

In late February, during another panel discussion on CNN Santorum pointed to “broken homes without dads” as being something that is “common in these shootings.”

Host Jake Tapper pointed out a flaw in Santorum’s theory, as far as the Parkland shooting was concerned. “His dad had died,” Tapper told Santorum. “It wasn’t a ‘broken home.’”

#idiot

It’s so strange to me that conservatives, who used to champion rising up and taking a stand, all seem so opposed to these students raising their voices.

Watch below.

Twitter jumped on the comment including Parkland senior Emma Gonzalez who trolled Santorum in righteous fashion: