Malaka Of The Week: Clay Higgins

Gret Stet Congressman Clay Higgins is a fanatic, liar, and dumbass. He’s the creator of a new conspiracy theory that made its debut last week. And that is why Clay Higgins is malaka of the week.

I’m NOT going into all the stupid things Higgins has done and said since being elected to Congress in 2016. I’m writing a post, not a book. Instead, I’ll focus on the latest damn fool thing this damn fool said:

“Mysterious white buses unloaded dozens of FBI informants near the Capitol on the morning of Jan. 6, according to a new conspiracy theory from Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.).

During a hearing with FBI director Christopher Wray on Wednesday, Higgins displayed a picture from inside the Union Station parking garage on Jan. 6 and asked if Wray was familiar with ghost buses.

“A ghost bus?” Wray said. “I’m not sure I’ve used that term before.”

Higgins, an Army veteran and former police officer, said ghost vehicles are used for “secret purposes.” He pointed to the picture of buses in the garage and noted they were painted “completely white,” as though that were an unusual way for buses to look.

“These buses are nefarious in nature and were filled with FBI informants dressed as Trump supporters deployed unto our Capitol on Jan. 6,” Higgins said. “Your day is coming, Mr. Wray.”

All aboard the ghost bus.

The FBI director has never heard of ghost buses because they don’t exist. Clay Higgins made them up. He’s a liar and fantasist who lives in a world of heroes, villains, and ghost buses. Is this the bus he had in mind?

You can’t have it, Clay: “I want it, I want it, I want it…”

Higgins’ baby conspiracy theory confused House members on both sides of the aisle:

“Even among people steeped in conspiracy theories about Jan. 6, the ghost buses are new. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss..), the former co-chair of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol, said he had never heard of them.

“In all our work, we never even came across that term,” Thompson told HuffPost, adding that he had never even heard someone claim there was a bus full of FBI informants.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.), chairman of a House subcommittee investigating alleged deficiencies of Thompson’s investigation, also said he’d never heard of ghost buses. He initially thought a reporter was asking about “Ghostbusters,” the movie franchise.

Loudermilk said he believed there were “federal agents” in plain clothes present on Jan. 6 because that’s normal practice for law enforcement during any large political protest. His only question was whether they were present before help had been requested by the Capitol Police and what information had prompted them to attend.”

There were no buses full of federal agents on the Hill during the Dipshit Insurrection. The rioters were feral Trumpers, not federal agents carrying out a false flag operation.

All aboard the ghost bus.

The ghost bus phantasm is the latest variation of the BIG LIE about what happened that dreadful day. It’s part of the post J6 plan to flood the zone with so much bluster and bullshit that the truth will disappear in the haze.

The Gret Stet of Louisiana’s Congressional delegation is full of creeps, nuts, and hardcore MAGA maggots. I’m not even certain Clay Higgins is the worst of the bunch: Mike Johnson and Steve Scalise are slightly worse because they’re intelligent and powerful. Clay Higgins is neither. He’s a dumbass who only has the power to shoot off his big fat bazoo and make shit up. And that is why Clay Higgins is malaka of the week.

All aboard the ghost bus.

The last word goes to Lucinda Williams.

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