The progressive comic book Justice League superheroes have spawned a litany of mocking memes. One they/them's hero is another they/them's punchline. Justice me, baby! Progressive Superheroes pic.twitter.com/svJn1vSqeX— Ryan Long (@ryanlongcomedy) February 22, 2021
Ricky Gervais is a fearless comedian who rips into Hollywood arrogance like no other. His most recent hosting job at the 2020 Golden Globes was close to brilliant in that it upsets just about everyone, a rarity in today's culture of snowflake sensitivity. Self-important, politically condescending, private jet flying, hypocritical Hollywood elites had to sit stone faced on a live NBC broadcast and quiver as Gervais scanned the room, methodically lancing the oversized egos of these pampered crybabies. It was gorgeous. God Bless the blunt truth telling of Ricky Gervais. That's a joke, of course, because Ricky Gervais is an avowed atheist. For Hollywood elites, Gervais's mockery of religion is his only saving grace. (That's another religion joke, BTW). The Apple
Body shaming is not an equally distributed assignment. Man commenting on a woman's appearance = objectifying misogynist Woman commenting on a man's appearance = just truthing, crybaby This is an acceptable sentence from any person: Chris Christie is a big fat pig and Melissa McCarthy is a comedy genius.
With Steve Beshear out of office and Gov. Matt Bevin's administration overshadowing all things Frankfort, Ky. Speaker of the House Greg Stumbo has lost his mind. On election night, he railed about religion, Mary & Joseph, and Hillary riding a horse (or donkey) into Kentucky to save the Democrats. Now Stumbo is angry that the Bevin administration has courted a few Democrats to switch sides, maneuvers that the speaker says are illicit. What he is forgetting to mention are multiple examples of the Beshear administration doing the same thing in reverse, including clearing a path for Stumbo himself to work his way back into the legislature. I enjoyed reminding Stumbo of his hypocrisy on my radio show. Part 2 Famous gay basher Kim Davis,
Kim Davis is no pioneer in mixing bigotry and government. People have used Bible quotes throughout history to advance their bigotry du jour. In 2012, North Carolina pastor Charles Worley proposed putting gays and lesbians behind electrified fences "to die out." CNN's Anderson Cooper interviewed a member of Worley's flock to explain to her that concentration camps are no longer in vogue. Worley's original sermon may have violated federal laws when he spoke of voting strategies based on whether any politician advocates for gay rights. He has a history of outrageous gay bashing from the pulpit.