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That’s not the only record he’s set.  His approval ratings, in less than a year in office, are in the high 20s/low 30s—a world record performance.

The most difficult issue in writing this series, gentle readers, is the sheer scope of the stupidity out there.  For every example of incredible stupidity I include in each article, I have to bypass 20–or more.  So let’s get on with it:

What an incredible display of a lack of irony and self-awareness.  What’s next? Singing, dancing nurses in the White House?  Oh…

Yes.  Nurses in scrubs, dancing and lip-synching for masking and lockdowns and all the wonders of Biden Covid policy.  So what’s the irony here, you ask: these nurses work for a company that fired 1400 fellow health care workers for refusing Covid vaccinations not long before their White House ass kissing.  And speaking of singing nitwits:

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose eyebrows are somehow migrating into her hairline, invited the cast of Hamilton to sing a tune for the solemn occasion of January 6—via Zoom. 

She said all the singers were so grateful to be asked to sing for the occasion.  The Zoom performance was a recording.  It actually occurred in October of 2020, months before Jan. 6.

What would any edition of TSTS be without AOC?  A leading Covid response hoax proponent, and hater of Gov. DeSantis and Florida, where do you suppose AOC was recently seen vacationing, maskless?  

Cortes’ comment about the guy’s feet was a bit odd.  Then again, maybe not.  There is a website—wikifeet.com–where one can see the feet of well known folks, most female, of course.  Or merely google the name of the celebrity type you want to see, followed by “feet.”  Anyway, AOC explained why people disagree with her.  I mean, it’s obvious, isn’t it?

AOC is so attractive, so sexually irresistible, what other reason could there possibly be for any political disagreement with her?  Who in this world doesn’t want to have steamy sex with her?

Well, there’s that.

And that.  OK, but every other D/S/C luminary is completely normal, right?

That’s completely normal.  I mean, who doesn’t want to know the Secretary of State’s playlist?  I’m sure the Taliban, the Chinese Politburo and surely Iran’s mad mullahs are grooving to it.

Uh, at least 8 times?

Wow! Our secretary of state is rock star!  So OK, maybe the entire State Department and our foreign policy are unserious, even, you know, stupid, but at least they’re hip!  And at least our major manufacturers haven’t going completely crazy:

Oh.  Never mind.  CNN’s viewership has declined 90% in the last year:

You don’t suppose this sort of thing had anything to do with it, do you?  And on the never-ending Covid front:

We’re just not sufficiently smart or stable to take the truth, being so busy pining for AOC, after all.

I knew Covid was an aerosol virus, but a computer virus too?  I know what you’re thinking: what about Covid in Antartica?  The Victory Girls have the story:

Belgian researchers in Antarctica, at the most remote end of the earth, have tested positive for COVID.

The Belgians did it all, and I mean all the protocols for avoiding COVID, and still contracted COVID.

‘Two thirds of the staff based at Belgium’s Princess Elisabeth Polar Station have caught the Omicron variant… All staff passed multiple PCR tests, quarantining, and being fully vaccinated with one having received a booster shot.’

Who was careless? Who didn’t get a vaccine or a booster? Who didn’t wear a mask?

The answer: no one.

‘All 25 researchers were fully vaccinated and one had a booster shot. Before leaving for the station, they underwent a PCR test in Belgium two hours before flying to South Africa…In South Africa, they quarantined for 10 days and took another PCR test. A further test was needed when leaving Cape Town for Antarctica and a final one five days after that.’

It’s a pandemic of the vaccinated, serially tested, boosted, and very chilly then?  Dies Joe Biden know?  Oh.  Dumb question.

Here’s proof the universe has a sense of humor:

What’s funny about that?  Scanlon is a rabid “defund the police” mouthpiece.

I know the Germans have never been known for their sense of humor or irony, but wow!  And speaking, yet again, of a lack of irony and self-awareness:

The Air Force will allow members to put their preferred pronouns in their electronic signatures to become more ‘inclusive,’ despite some denouncing the move as ‘a joke.’

Odd. When I enlisted in the USAF, my pronoun was “airman,” and so was everybody else’s.

Air Force members can use the pronouns he/him, she/her, or they/them in their signatures during military correspondence, according to the Stars and Stripes . Undersecretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones applauded the changes in a statement on Monday, stating that ‘an inclusive force’ is a ‘mission-ready force.’

However, the move was denounced by some as ‘ridiculous.’

I would be among them, and so is Kurt Schlichter:

As a USAF veteran, I’m embarrassed, but I’m sure China is in awe of our inclusivity and diversity, and so is Russia, Iran and North Korea.  There’s nothing Islamist maniacs, Communists and other assorted despots fear more than inclusion and diversity.  To them, that absolutely spells “mission-ready,” but only if the mission is losing wars.

If you’re striving to reach peak wokeness, who do you absolutely have to attack?  PJ Media explains:

The Washington Post had a real scoop Monday: people in the 1940s held views that many would find racist and sexist today. It seems that Edward J.K. Gitre, an assistant professor of history at Virginia Tech, stumbled upon 65,000 pages of Army surveys from World War II in the National Archives. Wokescolds have now combed through them and are presenting the very worst of the ‘harsh views’ expressed, in a project called ‘The American Soldier in World War II,’ supported by Virginia Tech and the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Post breathlessly informs us that ‘a lot of it runs counter to the wholesome image of the war’s ‘greatest generation.’

Hmmm.  I dunno.  Folks were kind of focused on more important things back then, like saving the world and all.  I always cautioned my students about applying contemporary social philosophies and cultural norms and fads to the people of the past.  It denies the realities of history, keeping us from understanding and praising that which was admirable, and recognizing how we have improved on, or might improve on, that which was less than admirable.  It prevents us from seeing the realities of human nature, then and now.  But of course, I’m a white, privileged, systematically racist, insurrectionist, domestic terrorist, so the only possible response to me must be: “shut up.”  But what about the Climate Change Crisis?

Yup.  It’s going to destroy us any day now.  Just you wait and see:

From The Guardian—in 2004:

‘Climate change over the next 20 years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disasters..

secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world.

The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies. The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents.’

Any day now…any day. 

Riiiiight.  I’m sure criminals are consulting with their accountants even as I write this.  We’re in the best of hands.  So what, exactly, is “voter suppression?  We’re hearing a lot about that lately:

A left-wing activist with ties to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) nominated by President Joe Biden to be a federal judge has argued photo ID and proof of citizenship constitute ‘voter suppression.’

But of course!

Nancy Gbana Abudu, the deputy legal director at SPLC, was picked by Biden in December to serve on the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. The 11th Circuit covers parts of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. The vacancy came about upon the retirement of Judge Beverly B. Martin — a President Barack Obama appointee.

‘Obviously, we do a lot when it comes to voter suppression, which includes five priority areas: photo ID, proof of citizenship, restrictions we see when it comes to registration … early voting as well as absentee voting and the restrictions we see when it comes to criminal convictions. We also do a lot with student voting.’

Abudu said her ‘biggest concern’ as an ACLU attorney ‘regarding voter suppression’ was states ‘passing laws requiring voters to have photo IDs.’ She slammed South Carolina for not permitting students to show campus IDs to vote, calling it ‘restrictive.’

OK, let’s think about this: campus IDs do not establish legal residence, and people often attend college away from their home states, so with college ID, one could vote many times in many places, right?  Obviously, this is exactly the sort of person we want on the federal bench—if we’re not only insane, but particularly stupid too.   And speaking of more stupid:

Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have been chock full of posts over the last 24 hours or so from understandably angry folks in the Virginia/D.C. area who have either been stuck for hours on I-95 in the middle of freezing temperatures and snow on the roads or who have family members and friends who are.

As the frustrations mount and the insane clips and photos of what things look like continue to roll in, some have taken to the Twitter machine to blame Republican Glenn Youngkin, who I should point out is the Gov.-Elect and won’t be sworn in until January 15th. The blame was so predominant that as I write this, ‘Youngkin’ is trending on Twitter.

OK, but what about true conservatives, selfless people only concerned about truth and our representative republic?

For instance, Jonah Goldberg, who we have been reliably told is a truuuue conservative or something, said on Twitter that ‘If I was Glenn Youngkin I’d be flooding the zone to get this I-95 crap fixed. DC suburbs are vengeful about this kind of thing.’

When he was reminded Youngkin was not yet in charge of the state, Goldberg sheepishly noted that he ‘thought [Youngkin] was sworn in already. Tho grabbing his truck would be a baller move.’

A ”baller move”?  OK.  Stupid.  But this…

You got me: Kamala’s too easy, no matter how she pronounces her first name this week.  But surely everyone at the White House isn’t that stupid?

‘It’s incredible to me to listen to this White House and how inept they are at literally everything, Sean,’ [Governor Kristi] Noem continued. ‘They left me a voicemail on my phone. A senior advisor in the White House asking me if I needed any help in my home state of Montana. So they don’t even know what state I’m the governor of. There’s not a lot of us. There’s only 50 of us. So, you know, come on, guys. Let’s get something right. We would appreciate it. The American people are suffering because they’re so inept.’

Gov Kristi Noem and Mt. Rushmore, which is in South Dakota, not Montana
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Kristi Noem is the Governor of South DakotaCould this also be why CNN is circling the drain?

CNN dimwit just produced a Twitter thread all about his sudden realization people have been afraid to admit they had covid—until the Omicron variant struck.

Suddenly, he “realized” D/S/Cs have been intimidating people, making them think catching a respiratory virus for which there is no actual vaccine is a moral failing, a sign they’re not among the self-imagined elite.  Yup.  This is CNN.

And in the “stupid gift that keeps on giving” department:

Well, not that one.  

That’s easy:  just get them to stop smoking pot, committing burglaries, posting misogynistic gangster tweets, bragging about assaulting people and trying to beat innocent “what Hispanics” to death.

Too stupid to survive.