Ever notice the ineffectuality of right-wing name-calling?
Let’s look at a few examples, shall we? Starting with – Silly little fagboy!
HOUSE Attorney who questioned Greene says her testimony ‘stretches credulity’
thehill ^ | 04/25/22 | MYCHAEL SCHNELL
Posted on 4/26/2022, 4:20:29 AM by MarvinStinson
The attorney who questioned Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene during a hearing examining her eligibility to serve in public office following the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot said her response to some questions “stretches credulity.”
Asked on CNN if Greene committed perjury, Andrew Celli Jr. said that determination will be made by a judge in the Peach State.
“But I will say it stretches credulity that this woman can make these kinds of statements, make them publicly on her Facebook page and then claim she doesn’t remember. It’s shocking to me,” he added.
Greene testified after a group of Georgia voters challenged her candidacy, claiming that her alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection disqualifies her from running for or serving in Congress. They are seeking to have Greene struck from the primary ballot for her reelection bid next month.
The voters are citing a provision in the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, known as the Disqualification Clause, that blocks people from holding federal office if they previously took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution but “engaged in insurrection” against the U.S.
They say she played a key role in stoking the riot and should be held responsible.
During her testimony, Greene said she did not remember the answer to a question a number of times, including if she spoke to government officials about planned protests on Jan. 6 and conversations she may have had with other lawmakers.
Celli told CNN, “Our work in Georgia was really just part of trying to enforce the Constitution. The 14th Amendment to the Constitution forbids someone engaged in insurrection from standing for election to federal office.”
“There are other investigations. There’s a federal investigation, there’s a congressional investigation, and this story has not played out yet,” he added.
Breitbart ^ | 04/27/2022 | Alana Mastrangelo
Posted on 4/27/2022, 5:09:07 PM by ChicagoConservative27Elon Musk took to Twitter, the platform he will soon own, to mock Donald Trump’s social media platform Truth Social. Musk tweeted that Trump’s platform has a “terrible name,” and “should be called Trumpet instead!” Musk’s criticism comes after he pointed out that Truth Social, launched as a Twitter alternative, has passed Twitter on a ranking of “Top Apps” in Apple’s app store.
Trump will eventually leave the dumpster fire of TruthSocial for Twitter.
Trump will eventually leave the dumpster fire of TruthSocial for Twitter.He never even showed up. He’s posted once, over two months ago, and that’s it.
He can do what he wants. And time will tell what he does.
Oddly, folks give him this adulation as if he invented Tesla and electric cars. He did not. Nothing more than a rich and possibly, hypocritical, venture capitalist.
More importantly are the millions that think a socialist like Musk who, while successful and “visionary” or whatever, was not able to do what he did without massive government help and, most importantly, SUBSIDIES for the rich folks that lines up to buy his 6-figure cars when they first came out. Yes he got a loan. Yes he paid it back with interest. But the government subsidies folks got for buying his cars helped him immensely.
Sorry folks, the millionaire from Buckhead, who can afford the novelty Sunday driver, $100k Tesla, doesn’t deserve $5k in tax breaks not more than anyone getting $7500 from
“By the way, I am actually a socialist. Just not the kind that shifts resources from most productive to least productive, pretending to do good, while actually causing harm. True socialism seeks greatest good for all.”
11:47 AM · Jun 16, 2018·Twitter for iPhone Elon Musk
Tesla was founded (as Tesla Motors) on July 1, 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning in San Carlos, California
The three went looking for venture capital (VC) funding in January 2004 and connected with Elon Musk, who contributed US$6.5 million of the initial (Series A) US$7.5 million round of investment in February 2004 and became chairman of the board of directors.