In the words of John McCain, “Allahu Akbar It’s Friday!” And of course that means it’s time for some conservative comedy. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend.
Members of the GOP are loudly complaining about Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe’s executive order to restore the voting rights of 206,000 felons who are (ahem) “likely Democratic voters” just in time for the general election in November. McAuliffe suggests that if the GOP is unhappy about this new voting bloc (or cell bloc), they need to “quit complaining and earn ex-felon’s votes,” perhaps by adopting Hillary’s inspiring proposals to get tough on cops, empty the prisons, and send convicted criminals to all-expense-paid colleges where they can use whomever’s bathrooms – or showers – they feel like.
Then again, perhaps in the heat of this tortuous election cycle Hope n’ Change is being too cynical. After all, it’s not like Governor McAuliffe has any suspicious political ties to Hillary Clinton. Well, other than being her Presidential campaign manager in 2008.
Jodi Miller at Newsbusted takes us into the weekend with these headlines: Obama visits Saudi Arabia, confusion at the Persian Gulf Summit, and Donald Trump wins New York primary. Additional stories include: Hillary gains new followers after winning New York, another entertainer threatens North Carolina, and George H. W. Bush throws out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers home opener. She wraps up this week with a story about efforts by the Klu Klux Klan to improve their image and Jennifer Aniston is selected as 2016 People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman.
How does a bill become a law? How does a law cause so much controversy like in North Carolina or Georgia. Why are the LGBTQAAI warriors so angry at the transgender bathroom bills? Trans-gender bill explains in this Schoolhouse Rock parody by Steven Crowder.
She was a gun carrying God-fearing Christian woman and you have some republicans rejecting her, and defending the democrat Andrew Jackson to stay on the twenty-dollar bill. AlfonZo Rachel thinks they are insane!
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Have a great weekend!