LINN: My Thoughts For This Week

Written by Andrew Linn on January 24, 2022

  • In the aftermath of Joe Biden’s disastrous press conference, he apparently now plans to ditch Washington, D.C. and travel across America in an attempt to gain support for his agenda. Good luck on that.  Wherever he goes, people should be asking him what he plans to do about the supply chain crisis.  He also can’t understand why people think he is mentally unfit to be President.  That would be because he is a stereotypical, senile old fart.
  • If someone calls Joe Biden an old fart, would that be ageism? Would the Cancel Culture go after that individual?
  • The other day, the Right to Life March took place in Washington, D.C. I presume Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were not present despite being Catholic.  Of course, AOC has tested positive for Covid-19, even though she is fully vaccinated and boosted (which puts both preventive measures into question).  It should also be noted that AOC believes Planned Parenthood is responsible for saving many lives.  Obviously, that is not true.
  • AOC got defensive when people criticized her when she was not wearing a mask while spending New Year’s in Florida with her boyfriend by saying that Republicans were mad because they couldn’t date her and that they had a fixation on her due to deranged sexual frustrations. I can’t believe anyone would want to date her, considering how unhinged she is.  In fact, what does her boyfriend see in her?  Does she wear the pants in that relationship?
  • AOC also once tweeted the following about the transgender issue: “Trans, two-spirit, and non-binary people have always existed and will always exist. People can stay mad about that if they want, or they can grow up.”  If there is anyone who needs to grow up, then it should be her, considering how she is always throwing a hissy fit over some issue.
  • Jen Psaki has told Democrats in the aftermath of Biden’s disastrous press conference to get a margarita over the weekend before continuing the fight. Given the current inflation and the supply chain crisis, such a remark reminds me of the Margaritaville episode of South Park, which reflected the global recession from 2007 to 2009.
  • Fauci says he represents science, and thus questioning him would be to question science. First, it is unsafe not to question the experts in the field of science.  Second, he does not represent science, nor is he the expert he claims to be.
  • Speaking of South Park, it seems that life imitated art in reference to the episode Night of the Living Homeless, in which South Park is overrun with homeless people, who, as it turns out, were sent there from the town of Evergreen. It turns out that Evergreen had been overrun with homeless people because they had been sent there from Texas.  So a plan is hatched to send all the homeless people in South Park to California.  And for the past few years, the number of homeless in California has significantly increased, with San Francisco turning to a cesspool.  Meanwhile, it turns out that the wildfires throughout the state are the result of the homeless who were doing a poor job in maintaining campfires.
  • Apparently, whenever the Tennessee Titans are the number one seed in the American Football Conference, they wind up taking an early exit in the playoffs. It happened in the 2000 season (when they lost to the Baltimore Ravens), in the 2008 season (when they lost to the Ravens again), and this season (after losing to the Cincinnati Bengals).  I’ve also noticed that although the Ravens win at Tennessee in the playoffs (which happened in the 2000, 2008, and 2020 seasons), the Titans emerge victorious at Baltimore in the playoffs (which occurred in the 2003 and 2019 seasons).

And those are my thoughts for this week.

 

Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to examiner.com and Right Impulse Media.