True Story

Apparently Rep. Frederica Willams (Communist-FL) was on her way to a speaking engagement when she discovered she’d forgotten to brush her teeth.  She stopped at a Walgreens on the way, and sent her assistant into the store to get her a toothbrush.

“Can I get a toothbrush for Congresswoman Williams?” she asked the clerk breathlessly.
The clerk thought for a moment, then replied, “Sounds like a fair trade.”

OMG — I think I’m going to be arrested for that.


  1. I think was the Honorable Congresstwit Williams fails to realize is that joking, complaining about and insulting our elected officials is EXACTLY what our First Amendment protects. We can criticize our lawmakers without fear of reprisal, because that’s one way to keep our elected officials in check (the other involves decorating the trees and lamp posts).

    I’d also note that I doubt she has any problem with people joking about, criticizing or insulting President Trump. Because reasons. Had someone with an R after his or her name suggested prosecuting people for insulting Trump, or Bush (either one), or Reagan there would have been riots.

    She is cordially invited to extricate her cranium from the terminal orifice of her alimentary canal, perform an anatomically improbable act of self copulation, then to consume excrement and expire. A lot.

  2. I don’t believe this joke is even remotely fair.

    A toothbrush is actually *useful*.

    1. And when you have no further use for it, a toothbrush fits in the trash much easier than Frederica Willams.

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