Towering Leftid Hypocrisy: AOC

Democratic-Socialist congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a gown emblazoned with "Tax the Rich" to the 2021 Met Gala.

So they had a “Met gala” the other night in New York City, and socialist nincompoop Alexandria O-Cortez showed up wearing a “Tax the Rich” dress–this at a wing-ding whose tickets cost $30,000 each (

Just beautiful, ain’t it?

None of these mask fascists wore a mask, and the scuttlebutt is that AOC got in without having to pay. That is not hard to believe.

How, how, how did America ever wind up being governed by such a herd of jidrools? There must be something very wrong with our political system.

And that’s all the nooze I’m going to do today. It just makes me feel sicker.


My Newswithviews Column, May 9 (‘A Festival of Culture Rot’)

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The freaks parading around for the Met Gala can’t possibly represent America. A country full of goops like that wouldn’t last ten days.

A Festival Of Culture Rot

So I wonder what this is for: what they’re trying to persuade us to think.

But I also ask myself, “Am I sure I want to know?”

Who’s the Biggest Freak in the Freak Show?

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In case you were wondering just what a douchebag is…

People Magazine ought to change its name to Creeple.

The biggest freak at this year’s Met Gala, as covered by People, is some alleged celebrity I never heard of, Jared Leto, who supposedly won an Oscar once for something or other (  He showed up in a red Gucci robe carrying a wax replica of his own head in his arm; or maybe the wax head was on his neck and the real one was down there: it’s always difficult to tell, with today’s celebrities.

This is apparently a contest to see which ninny can wear the silliest clothes and waste the most money on them. What’s really scary to contemplate is the possibility that there exists an audience for this. It’s also possible that there is no audience and they’re all just doing it to impress each other.

Used to be, for 25 cents you could see the freak show at the Indiana State Fair. I’m sure it costs a lot more than that to see the Met Gala.