In response to this:
The NAACP Board of Directors issued a travel advisory Saturday for the state of Florida, urging people to avoid the state.
…Knuckledragger said this:
“Looks like Miami will be peaceful during next year’s Spring Break.”
…only if you’re ignorant of the statistics, honey.
“No matter what the crisis of the moment, the left’s solution is always to make ordinary people’s lives worse.” — Glenn Reynolds
Nothing that can’t be fixed by simple methods.
“The very people opposed to fossil fuels are mysteriously hostile to the best-known form of carbon-free energy production, which tells you what’s going on. The ‘climate cult’ rejects nuclear power because it might be too good at addressing their made-up climate crisis.”
— Vivek Ramaswamy
The guy should run for President. Oh, wait… he is.
From this lying asshole:
“I don’t know what the gunman’s problem was, but it wasn’t mental health that killed these people. It was an automatic rifle with bullets.”
Errrr no. Absent the goblin’s finger on the trigger, there would have been no deaths. Had he pulled a machete, started hacking away at everyone at random and killed the same number of people by decapitating them, we wouldn’t now be blaming the fucking machete, would we?
From Rob Morse:
“We have never had a mass-murder at a school that had a program of trained and armed school staff.”
And he has lots more.
In France, food prices rose by 65% between 1770 and 1790 but wages increased by only 22%. Price increases were attributed to government failure to prevent profiteering. Poor harvests throughout the 1780s, culminating in the most severe winter for decades in 1788/1789, created a rural peasantry with nothing to sell, and an urban proletariat whose purchasing power had collapsed. The other major drag on the economy was state debt.
Indeed it is. Not that I’m suggesting anything, but lately I’ve noticed quite a few writings on Teh Intarwebz that include sentiments symbolized by things like this:
Cometh the time, cometh the mob. Just sayin’.