Beyond the dung of baby-like news on a Friday evening — the Twitter machine pops a good T-Rump dump — ugly to showcase the T-Rump in any form, but unhinged, asshole he is without doubt:
The last sentence of this is a doozy https://t.co/BoM10Uj4eY
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 30, 2022
And further a poser sign of the ludicrous-idiocy of our age:
For the conspiracy theorist who has everything, a Trump QAnon car decal. pic.twitter.com/6hb0lqEmx5
— Ron Filipkowski ?? (@RonFilipkowski) September 30, 2022
DeAnna Lorraine, who ran for Congress in 2020, and Lauren Witzke, who was the Delaware GOP's candidate for Senate in 2020, agree that Hurricane Ian is the deep state using "weather manipulation technology" to punish Gov. Ron DeSantis for not enacting a vaccine mandate in Florida. pic.twitter.com/uscJuROSqP
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) September 30, 2022
Along with that, the great political satirist Andy Borowitz in an interview this morning at Salon:
I went back in time and really focused on the last 50 years, which I call the age of ignorance. And I think that’s where, although we’ve always had dumb politicians in our country, ignorance has really reached critical mass. You don’t need to be satirical when you have comedians like Sarah Palin and Dan Quayle writing the jokes for you. You really don’t. You can’t top them, really.
Borowitz promoting his new book, “Profiles in Ignorance: How America’s Politicians Got Dumb and Dumber,” which has to be great. Supposedly, the book is unlike his way-great The Borowitz Report pieces in The New Yorker, but ‘…a stinging indictment of how the Republican Party has, by design, devolved from at least somewhat reasonable or coherent discussions of politics and policy to full-on celebration of idiocy.’
Finally, this is … crazy-amazing — watch the whole thing:
The Chicago Cubs put together a drone tour of Wrigley Field, and it’s guaranteed to be the most incredible thing you watch today ?
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) September 30, 2022
How do they do that shit?
Patsy Cline to crazy us out:
Twitter all night, yet once again here we are…
(Illustration out front found here.)