Where Did This Nooze Story Go?

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“What, me worry?”

I scan a lot of nooze stories, during the course of a day. Late yesterday afternoon, I jotted one down for use today.

Well, it ain’t there anymore. Can’t find it anywhere.

It seems our (ahem!) “president,” SloJo Biden, has said that “Republicans are an existential threat to our democracy.”

What does he propose to do about it? I don’t know: the story disappeared before I could study it. I thought it’d be here for me, somewhere, this morning. I can only think that once again Our Free & Independent Nooze Media has run interference for their fair-haired boy. In this case, by erasing the story. “Never happened!”

Well, Joe-Joe, the feeling’s mutual. I see you as an existential threat to our republic. You’ve already done major damage. Imagine what you could do with two more years in office. God forbid. (I mean that literally, as a prayer.)

I don’t expect this particular nooze story to be brought back. Sort of like that video footage of Palestinians dancing in the streets to celebrate 9/11. Millions of us saw it, but we are told it never happened.

And this will never have happened, either.


Comedy Time–with Joe Biden

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He wants to be president. Leader of the free world. But he’s only Joe Biden.

Campaigning in New Hampshire this weekend, Goofy Joe fielded a question from a 21-year-old college student about his poor showing in the Iowa caucus. Always up for a challenge, Biden confused the young woman by asking her if she’d ever been to a caucus. Not sure what to answer, the student only nodded. And Joe dipped into his bag of witticisms for all occasions and called the kid “a lying dog-faced pony soldier” (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7987957/Humiliated-student-Joe-Biden-called-lying-dog-faced-pony-soldier-speaks-out.html). She’s probably lucky he didn’t moon her.

But what the devil was he talking about? Biden aides claimed he was just humorously quoting a John Wayne movie. Wrong. Actually it was Tyrone Power in a film called Pony Soldier (1952), in which a disgruntled Native American applies the epithet to Power. How the epithet applied to this student in New Hampshire is, shall we say, not clear.

When he’s not scaring the pants off gang leaders or having his hairy legs rubbed by children in a swimming pool, Joe can usually be found wetting his beak in corrupt and dirty deals that sting the American taxpayer.

And he wants to be our president.

The Democrat Party–put them out of business before they put America out of business.